We stayed for the World Cup so prices were greatly inflated. The dorm was very squished for 6 beds, a tiny room with no space for bags. The shower facilities there were good though, hot water and very clean. Breakfast was ok, the usual Brazilian brekky of ham, cheese and bread, with cake a some fruit. Then we moved to a private room with private bathroom, which was in an apartment in another building. The room was big and airy. But the shower was literally just a trickle of warm water.
This was a really nice hostel. Lots of space in rooms and common areas. Nice kitchen and eating area and had a good system of helping yourself to the beers from the fridge and paying later. Also had a computer available for use and music all day. The room and kitchen/common areas were really clean. There is a policy of no food and drink on the rooms which is fine. But the policy of not allowing alcohol to be brought in is a bit annoying if you don't want to drink beer.
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Free dinner is always a bonus! Staff we're attentive and the place was clean. It is pretty noisy at night though and there were only two showers for a large number of people.
The staff were great. Gave us some really valuable advice for two travellers just arriving to the country and basically opened our eyes to the do's and dont's of argentina and helped us with any questions that we had.