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La Ventana Tango Show

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La Ventana Tango Show

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La Ventana Tango Show with Optional Dinner in Buenos Aires
$66.70 per adult
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bmick1920 wrote a review Sep 23
Fort Mill, South Carolina40 contributions1 helpful vote
An interesting evening. Lots of entertainment. Some traditional tango, which I enjoyed, and some more modern dancing...worth a visit
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kim G wrote a review Apr 2020
Toronto, Canada805 contributions119 helpful votes
We had a rough start to our evening. We waited at our hotel for our pick up which never came. Hotel reception called to find out they didn't have a reservation for us so not sure what happened as we had booked through an agency. We ended up taking a cab to the location which cost us out of pocket even though we had paid for the transportation. As a result we were sat at the very back which was extremely disappointing. We had two people sit at our table who spoke no English so there wasn't any opportunity for us to chat. The waiters are relatively efficient but seem run off their feet with the number of people that they need to serve. It is really packed in this place. Our food was good but some of it was served after the show started so a little difficult to eat in the dark. The dancing and show was amazing. Very talented dancers and band. As well as an amazing performer who did phenomenal rope tricks. Really entertaining. Perhaps it would be best to come for the show only since the chaotic part seemed to be during the dinner service. Another point that I wish the management would address is the use of photography. It is announced at the start that there is no filming or pictures but a lot of people had their phones out and raised up high so they were blocking he view of those in the back. I think they should control this better.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Linda G wrote a review Apr 2020
Stony Mountain, Canada50 contributions22 helpful votes
We attended this performance with the dinner included. Food was excellent. Great show in the San Telmo district - birthplace of the tango (or so we were told). An older venue than some of the shows in town but the performance was much more intimate as you are seated close to the stage. The variety in the acts was also very good. We thoroughly enjoyed the evening. Hotel pick-up service was also vey good although a bit chaotic after the show.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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kmnhanna wrote a review Mar 2020
Washington27 contributions13 helpful votes
La Ventana was a fantastic venue and show. We were well prepared for some kind of cheesy touristy show but were amazed at the quality, talent and massive all out effort of the band and dancers. Every act was outstanding and we had a wonderful variety of South American music and dancing. The venue was beautiful with dark woods and lighting. Very intimate. Did I say the band was incredible? . We opted only for the show and the staff were very respectful and accommodating and did not push for us to eat. Bottle of wine included. Picked up at our cruise terminal and dropped off afterwards. All timely and pleaaently done. Highly recommend this venue.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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AlpinerHut wrote a review Mar 2020
Chantilly, Virginia964 contributions203 helpful votes
LOVE A van picked us up at our hotel and, after a few more stops, dropped us off at the show. Prompt, comfortable. The route our van took allowed us to see Puente de la Mujer lit up at night (see my review, “Mysterious woman”). LOVE We were quickly seated (about two-thirds of the way back in the large basement hall), and our waiter took our order right away. We were among the first to order. HATE We sat, packed like sardines, for more than an hour. Food was being served, slowly, but not to us! Our meals came just before the lights went out and the show started. LOVE Our steak was very good. HATE We had to choose: eat the meal in the dark and miss the show or skip the meal and watch the show. I ate half the steak like a ravenous wolf, then watched the show. LOVE The tango dancing was very good, as was the performance by “native” artists playing pan flute and doing rope tricks. HATE The show seemed very disjointed: tango, then gauchos, with an Evita tribute mixed in. Why? Some explanation of tango and pan flute would help. HATE Have to admit I spent most of the evening thinking about fires in crowded nightclubs that kill hundreds of panicked people. Patrons are packed shoulder-to-shoulder here, in the dark, with one public exit (a cramped stairway) that I could see. CONCLUSION: The management is more concerned with the quantity of patrons, not the quality of their experience. If you want an easy way to see a tango show, this works. But there are many other options (including street performers).
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