Great little place. It was a quiet week when I stayed, so I can't comment on the usual atmosphere, but the owner was very accommodating and helpful. I also got a free room upgrade, which I was delighted with. The place is fairly centrally located, lots of restaurants/bars/other amenities close by.
Relaxed but fun hostel. I stayed here over a week and it'll definitely be my first choice if I return to Buenos Aires. There's a great roof terrace, spacious enough rooms, and the staff are all great. Federico was extremely knowledgeable, and knew absolutely everything that was going on in Buenos Aires. Stay in this hostel and find out about all of the cool spots!
Ahh, Milhouse. Less hostel, more strict institutionalised fun. The people it attracts tend to be very nice and sociable, though the in-house parties each evening have a very awkward-school-disco-with-pants-music feel to them. They have the awful squeaky metal bunks! The staff were quite helpful, and the recommended club nights were worth checking out. Though, it seemed a bit much that you get your wrist grabbed at the door after checking out so they can cut off your band. Or was that just me?
Pretty cool hostel, nice big rooms with high ceilings and lots of room to move around. The pool is also a nice touch, and the staff are very willing to help with queries. The only downside was the under bed lockers, they weren't very secure and could be accessed by simply moving a bed and going around the back.
Spacious rooms, high ceilings, polite staff. Great hostel, I'd come back!
Very clean place, with spacious bright rooms. The bar/pool area is gorgeous, though the breakfast is a bit lacking. The staff were very helpful, especially Lincon, even on the topic of non day trips. They were able to inform us about all the options of everything there was to do locally. This is definitely the best place to stay on the Brazilian side of the falls!
Nice hostel, if a little cramped. The staff were all very helpful, and the place is located in a very good spot in Vila Madelena, nice and close to lots of good bars and restaurants!
This is one of the coolest hostels I've stayed in! You feel like you've been welcomed into someone's sitting room. Great atmosphere, this place seems to attract a cool and laid-back crowd. The breakfast is by far the best I have seen, a gigantic long table filled with a huge selection of food. The nights when they put on a group dinner option were also all great. And check out the kayaking if you have the time!
There were no lockers in our room, we had to use ones next door in a sometimes-locked dorm. The hostel is at the back of the town (town is small enough that this doesn't really matter). The lady running the place was nice, but we did have to ask a few times before we got basics like pillows and covers sorted. There wasn't a breakfast included - though the hostel was a little cheaper, this made it a little unworthwhile.
Room was very cramped, 6 under-bed lockers facing each other in such a way that only one person could really be accessing theirs at a time. Receptionists were fairly disinterested in what was going on, it was a little disheartening to see how seldom they bothered to answer the phone. Dinners were excellent, but the cocktail bar was never opened.
This place was really big, with a constant stream of travellers checking in and out - maybe not the kind of place to meet other people. The bar's atmosphere was a little lacking. Rooms were very nice, bright and clean and had an en suite.
- Avid Traveller
- Mixed Group, 25-30
- (14 reviews)
Clean, spacious room and in an ideal location.
Irina was a welcoming and helpful hostess, thanks for receiving us! The hostel is located very centrally - but can be a bit difficult to find initially, there isn't really a sign for it apart from "hostel" spraypainted in black on a wall outside. If you are coming up from Independence Square, and see an Adidas shop, you are almost there :)
- Avid Traveller
- , 25-30
- (14 reviews)
The good: Roof bar is great, as is the ground floor computer/common area. The breakfast buffet is delicious and good value (40 per person for all you can eat). Location & facilities good. The bad: Rooms are a bit dark and dreary, could also do with a fresh lick of paint. The common areas are not properly washed, I wouldn't recommend walking around in your bare feet inside the hostel. Rooms are not made up during your stay, which means reception visits each time you run out of toilet paper.