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Humberto Primo 466, San Telmo, 1070 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Show map
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Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Business Center
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 210 reviews
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Mundial features contemporary orange and white rooms in downtown Buenos Aires, 2-blocks from 9 de Julho Avenue. Surrounded by restaurants and boutiques, it is half a mile from the Colon Theatre.
Score from 1550 reviews Good
Set in a picturesque Tango themed house, Hostel Carlos Gardel offers free Wi-Fi and breakfast in San Telmo. It is only 350 metres from Dorrego Square, where every Sunday an Antique fair takes place.
Score from 86 reviews Good
Just 2 blocks from Rio de Janeiro subway station and half a mile from the mythical Tango café, Homero Manzi, the hotel has modern style accommodations with simple décor and private bathrooms.
Score from 204 reviews Excellent
Comfortable rooms with shared or private bathrooms are offered in Buenos Aires only 200 metres from 9 de Julio. A daily breakfast is included and guests can book tango lessons and tours.
Score from 21 reviews Review score
If you pay in argentinian pesos they will charge you more than in usd. The wifi doesn't Work properly The rooms and toilet are in bad conditions. The hotel is not clean! From the reception to the room. It's not possible to cook their!
Super friendly owner, she stowed out luggage for free for a few days even though we only stayed there one night and we didn't know if we would stay more. Room is small, but clean and beds are fine.
Shower is in the same small room as the toilet.
Location is perfect, just beside the Plaza San Telmo, a lot of cafe and nice restaurent surrounded, and the price is cheap compare with other hostel. I love that area and stay there for one week.
There is no service at all, the staff doesn't speak english and always no staff at the front desk, u can't find them usually. They do have kitchen but in the kitchen there is nothing for u to use, u have to ask for the pan or anything everytime u wanna cook, but u might not find any staff in an hour.
I liked the location very much and the people from the hotel were very nice and friendly. For one night it was perfectly fine.
the people from the hotel did not speak english, which would have helped. Also there were no towels in the hotel room. And the bathroom was very poorly constructed (the shower hit the toilet) and it smelled a little bit like old blankets in the room.
- The location - Very quiet and clean
- The staff is not at the office so it can be difficult to reach them sometimes - Shower falls on the toilet (in our room with private bathroom)
Friendly staff, great location
Wifi and location
Very noisy rooms, no sleep. The pressure of the water was minimal, and you either get real hot, or real cold showers. Nothing in between
Staff don't speak any English Bathroom is not fit for showering and rooms are very cold!
very simple but ok, central and very cheap
staff, very helpfull big room price, good value for money place safety
Its cheap and close to the center, bus to the airport just 4 blocks away
Cold at night
Great location, atmospheric traditional old building, staff very sweet and smiling, plenty eating/drinking options all around the hotel
No English spoken so was hard to ask any questions, could be a little noisy as area quite lively, but BA as a whole is a fairly noisy city anyway!
The location is good.
Nothing in the kitchen, it's just empty room.
The wifi didn't work for the first 3 days but then on the last night it worked. We just used the cafés for Internet..
It's a great place to stay if you're looking for a cheap place to stay in a great neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. A very friendly lady, clean but very basic accomodation.
-large rooms with high ceilings -very central
-internet didnt work -you dont feel any personal treatment
Location is great. Bed was comfortable
The wifi wasn't working when we stayed. Although the manager tried to help us with any questions she didn't speak a word of English. Kitchen is very limited. Overall it was cheap so can't complain
The receptionist was very nice and helpful- we had to leave at 3am and she organized a taxi to the airport. The location and price were very good
The room didnt have a window, the door was facing a reception hall so it was very loud -you could hear every person getting in and out and the light from the hall was getting through the door all night
Its an ok location but be vigilant as always when travelling in the parts of the world. Staff do not speak any language other than Spanish....so be prepared for some frustrating conversations...but ultimately i found all the staff very friendly. The premises aren't for the faint heart ed, the place is good for the price.
Right at the Plaza in San Telmo, nothing beats the price. Great value for money
If you like places like San Telmo itself - artistic and bohemian, I would definitely recommend this place! It's simply old, the facilities are old, you can feel it in all aspects of what we describe as comfort, but it has some irrestistible charm and amazing localisation.
I didn't really mind anything, but here are somethings that might be important for other travellers: - Staff don't speak English (but wants to communicate) - Sometimes there was no hot water - The smell in room - somehow strange, but as I mentioned, it's all quite old, no big deal
Quiet and tidy, spacious rooms.
Lack of equippment in the kitchen,
the showers were open to the rest of the bathroom, and the drain was in the middle of the floor...I didn't shower there. It seemed unsanitary. It was noisy
Plain authentic hotel. Unbeatable price, 50% less than a hostel on the same street. Cleaner than a hostel on the same street.
Lack of community. Hotelier can be awkwardly stubborn.
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