This small hotel is run by the descendants of the people who built the original home. It is a welcoming oasis of calm in an otherwise busy and vibrant city and is proof that brass, glass and marble are not what makes any hotel great. What is more important is personal care and…
Thibaut and Gabriela were so nice, friendly, and helpful. The B&B is an old but really nicely renovated. The neighborhood had some good restaurants and is quiet. Transportation is easy with the help of the hosts.
Stayed for three nights in Dec., 2016. Pros: Excellent at getting us transportation to the airport. Allowed me to borrow a phone charger. Owner's son Marcus was kind and helpful always. Cons: The courtyard is open to the sky and the entire dining area, courtyard, and kitchen…
We did booking.com. They communicated well prior to stay. Our room was very clean. The courtyard is nice for sitting outside and they have an inside area. You can have drinks in the common area. Reasonable walk to subway.
Posada Gotan is a very nice place to stay a couple of days or more. You can really escape here from noisy and smelly Buenos Aires. Clean, well organized, comfy private rooms and peacefull. A home away from home. The courtyard is lovely, common area too. Thibaud, your host, is…
"I never saw or felt one mosquito during my stay, but in some locations it's a good idea to pack a can of insect spray just in case."
"Try to get a room on the first floor so that you can avoid the flight of stairs."
"Ask for the large room overlooking the inner court yard. Good location if you don't mind riding the subway."
"All the rooms are good. No worry about street noises."
"Contact the owner - Thibaud - directly for best value and room selection - this is very small B&B and all rooms seem excellent with some larger rooms available for a small additional payment."
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