Reina Madre Hostel Reviews
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This hostel is just great ! There's no flaw in this hostel. Lovely living room with balcony, super helpful and well-considered staff (When I find some information like how to get to the fluvial terminal etc., I could get a very helpful information in detail from the counter and it was just as he said !) and cleanly maintained restroom in abundance etc. I was fully satisfied with this hostel !
Fine hostel near Palermo, Recoletta and Downtown.
Way too many stairs, but overall it was good.
Really enjoyed our stay, ended up extending! Place was spotless, breakfast wasn't just bread an jam like every other South American hostel so that was nice :) staff were really helpful and location felt really safe an was reachable by subway! Definately be back here, thankyou xxx
This was a really comfortable hostel close to the Pueyrreddon and Aguerro Subte stations. You can easily walk to most of Recoleta (the cemetery, etc.) and parts of Palermo (the Alto Palermo mall, etc.). The hostel itself is like a giant house. It's basic, but clean and safe. The breakfast was simple, but good and the staff are super friendly and helpful.
Super nice family run hostel with the best showers of whole South America. Very clean, nice breakfast, very helpful staff. One thing you should know though: there are many people (students) wh actualy live there so there is not much of a travel scene but I would recommend this place anyways and always go back there again.
Staff are lovely and incredibly helpful. Communal areas clean and organised. Simple but adequate breakfast. A great place to stay in B.A. Only downsides were a female dorm virtually taken over by longer term residents (no free hangers etc.) and a broken door on the locker.
Reina Madre Hostel is a great family owned hostel with clean facilities in a convenient location near many subway and bus lines. It´s definitely not a huge party scene, but if you´re looking for a comfortable stay and interesting people, this is THE place. Alberto, the owner, is the man. Knows a lot about Argentina and will help you practice spanish. Great hostel, wouldn´t recommend it enough.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)