Awesomest hostel in Iguazu! The staff is extremely welcoming and friendly, and André will definitely meet you with a big smile. It has the best breakfast ever, with eggs, sausages, beans, fruits, juice, coffee, cake, etc. Atmosphere was always live, and the bartender makes the best drinks ever. Staying at Hostel Bambu is definitely a must if you are going to Iguazu!
Really awesome hostel at a great location in Rosario. The staff is extremely friendly and will do anything to make your stay better. Their facilities have a really nice and artistic taste, and by far the cleanest hostel I've seen. Breakfast is very complete, and they even got us eggs when we asked if they had any. These guys are really putting an effort into their customers, and we definitely appreciated it. We are glad to be their first HosteWorld customers. Totally recommend!
Great place to stay at if you enjoy nature and the beauty of the Andes. Chris, the owner is a great guy and will help you out with anything. They also have many tour services at a really good rate (we went horseback riding and it was really good). Breakfast is pretty awesome too, and includes eggs. Also you will probably never see so many stars in the sky as in Uspallata. Totally recommend!
Hostel is awesome, and you really feel at home with the staff. The breakfast is unreal, common areas are big, beds are already done (and with a lot of blankets), and you can bring in your own alcohol. Only downside from what I can remember was that the toilets aren't very strong, so watch out if you take a load in there! Totally recommend this hostel though!!!
Nice hostel, and extremely spacious (except for the washroom upstairs - if you can manage to fit in the shower, you must be a very small and skinny person). Bed was uncomfortable and pillow felt like it was made of cork. Apart from that, I'd still recommend it.
Best structure possible in a hostel. It's a huge house with plenty of room to do anything you want, and an awesome backyard. Kitchen was great, rooms were extremely well done, washrooms are very decent, and beds were done when we got there - which is always a plus. One of the owners, Pupy, is a great guy and will do anything to make your stay even better. And he cooks the best barbecue ever - get your meat and your wood though. If you like a chill place in a beautiful city, Pupy is where its at!
You just have to stay at Milhouse. Best spot in Buenos Aires by far. Their credit card system is bad though, so plan on having cash on you.
Atmosphere was extremely awkward - just a bunch of older people who couldn't afford hotels in the city, so they went there to save money. Beds were really comfortable. I was there during low season, so can't tell how the peak season is like.
By far the best hostel I've been to in South America. First, the environment is awesome - for partying, relaxing, touring around, meeting people, and not to mention - the friendliest staff ever! The owners are awesome and they will make sure to do anything to make your stay the best - because customer service comes first for them. Picky about cleanliness, price, and location? They have it all figured out. If you weren't planning on Ubatuba, you might want to add Green Haven to your itinerary!