It doesn't look like a hostel. There is no kitchen and you can't bring your own food. The cleanliness is poor. You have to pay for everything, to use the laundry, to use the soap to laundry, to dry your clothes. The drinks are expensive, even a bottle of water in vending machine. The staff is not sympathethic, just some of them. You have to leave money as guaranty even to use iron during 5 minutes in a room close to them. Besides, kids are allowed and you can see some running in the corridor.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (4 reviews)
Beautiful ancient building. Excellent location, Clean rooms, but few restrooms and bathrooms. Good vibe and scandinavian interior design.
This is a great hostel in the best neighborhood of Buenos Aires. The staff is the best of all hostels I have been. There are so many restaurants, bars and clubs around, so you can get just walking some blocks. The neighborhood is safe and easier to get the Metro or Bus to City's highlights. The only thing is the hostel has one bathroom, but it's very clean and there aren't so many people. It's a good hostel to be safe and chill out, not big and good.
The hostel is good, there are OK bathrooms and good bedrooms. It's cozy and beautiful indoor. The location is close to Obelisk, but as downtown region it's not that safe tonight and there aren't so many bars and clubs. I prefer Palermo region.