Bo-Bo Hotel is close to the main streets of the charming Palermo Soho - a garantee of very nice cafes, shops and restaurants few blocks away. You don't have to take taxis to have dinner in some of the best restaurants of Buenos Aires, like Crizia or Casa Cruz. And more - it seemed as a safe place to walk at nights. The hotel itself is small and very confortable. We stayed in a room called "suite ecletica", with a king size bed and a jacuzzi. Clean, confortable and plenty of silence at night. Our room faced the back of the hotel, where there is a school. If you plan to wake up late at weekdays, ask for rooms facing the street. Breakfast ok, but just it. There is also a restaurant in the hotel that seems good, but we had not eaten there. They offer a very useful concierge service that we had used to book restaurants and a transfer from/to the airport. People there are very kind, even if in sunday morning breakfast the people in restaurante seemed in a bad mood. When we arrived late at night from Sao Paulo, we asked the room service for a snack and the recepcionist didn't know what to do, claiming that the restaurant was closed (even if it was written inside the bedroom that the room service were 24 hs...). But she decided to make herself nice sandwiches for us, delivered with a smile. This is a good example.