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Sabatico Travelers Hostel Reviews

Mexico 1410, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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274 Total Reviews
  • 89%Value For Money
  • 92%Security
  • 82%Location
  • 94%Staff
  • 88%Atmosphere
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 85%Facilities

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most of the room windows overlook a narrow corridor, hence everyone (intentionally or not) looks into your little room. Consequence: no intimacy whatsover, especially when your room is opposite to the toilet/bathroom. There are external blinds, but with a non-air conditioned room, you'll get quite sweaty quickly. Very annoying.


Great place. Staff friendly and helpful. Asado was delicious. Clean. good breakfast, good facilities.


Nice hostel, air-conditioned rooms and a nice athmosphere.


Staff very friendly and accommodating allowing us to continue to use the facilities even after checking out.


Great breakfast, staff were helpful and always available, good atmosphere wirh bbq night saturday and pizza night wednesday. Overall not a bad place to spend a few nights in Buenos Aires.


One of the best hostels I have stayed at so far. Very cosy and really friendly and relaxed atmosphrere. There is some event happening every night. All members of staff are great and very welcoming! A bit more of a walk to places like avenida de mayo or San Telmo than other hostels but it is still pretty much in the centre of Buenos Aires.


Good breakfast, staff helps really well when having questions. Only thing I didnt like was the neighbourhood.


One of that hostels, where owners give a sh*t about own guests. Would be nice to have more power sockets in dorms thought ;) Everything was great!


Pretty much classic backpackers hostel. Location: far away from everything. For the staff: beds are wobbling a little bit. Not enough power sockets.


Stayed 4 nights in Sabatico and had a really good time there. They aranged a Christmas BBQ for us which was great and perfect to meet people. Met some great people there with whom I had a really good time. Liked it, that there was not just the younger crowd around. Location is good, in walking distance to San Telmo. The facilities are great, comfy beds, kitchen and rooftop terrace. But best of, is the staff. Thanks to Mercedes for helping me with my postcards. :)


Decent location, with very helpful staff. The female worker was especially friendly and helpful about any enquiries we had! Only downside was that the WiFi was not very good inside our particular room but it was usable and it worked very well in the common area anyway.


I enjoyed staying at Sabatico Hostel. It's well located, had good facilities and overall feels quite welcoming. While there we had an outstanding Christmas Eve dinner and found it a good way to meet people. All in all, I would recommend Sabatico as a friendly place to stay in a good part of Buenos Aires.


Consider a second cleaning of the bathroom and shower areas in the evenings. They get nasty.


A big hostel in a nice and quiet location - beautiful old building. Breakfast was sumptuous and the staff was helpful, especially the owner Sebastian. I stayed in a four-bed dorm which was comfy. Recommended.


Perfect place to meet other travellers!

  • 11th Dec 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Friendly staff. Amazing breakfast (eggs, pastries, cereals/milk). Location is OK, not far from a subway station and within walkable distance of both the microcentro and San Telmo. Stayed there twice, so obviously it's not bad at all.


Best place Ive found in Buenos Aires. Good location for most of the touristy stuff, not the best if you want to go out in Palermo though. Nice staff and really nice rooms, good breakfast, nice atmosphere. Lots of cool people there but not really a party hostel.


Nice hostel, good breakfast, nice terrace (don't expect a view though). Only downside is the location, but BA is big and the highlight areas are scattered, quite close to the metro. No party hostel, but social with evening activities.


This was the first hostel I had ever stayed in, and was absolutely excellent. There was a wonderful atmosphere all the staff were friendly and very helpful, would tell you the safe and not so safe areas in BA and also recommend the things to do during the day. I actually enjoyed it so much there I added an extra two days. Breakfast is decent, bread, jams, fruit, and eggs for you to cook however. There is also a special every day. The wifi works well throughout the hostel including the rooms.


Unecessarily charged a late checkout fee by the owner. Very quiet hostel, not very socialable. Nobody heading out for drinks. Not enough showers. Breakfast was good however.

Owner Comment (Hide)
dear guest: check out time is at 11. its writen everywhere plus you were told about that by the morning receptionist, and didnt mind about that. you checked out and gave back your room key after 16hs! the cleaning lady had already left, so there was no way I could use that bed. and I think is childish to say you already made your bed, when you know that sheets must be changed on every check out...

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