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V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires

Viamonte 887, Buenos Aires Argentina
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#34 of 609 Specialty lodging in Buenos Aires
V&S Hostel Club is housed in a renovated 19th-century French-style house and offers budget accommodation in Buenos Aires, just 400 meters from the Obelisco. Lima Metro Station is 200 meters away. It has a shared kitchen. The private rooms of V&S Hostel Club are spacious and bright. They have floor with carpet or porcelanain, private bathroom. Shared rooms have a shared bathroom. Guests can make use of the shared and equipped kitchen. We offer a terrace in the city and a reading room where you can enjoy a coffee or tea. Each guest has lockers available in each shared room and we offer a deposit with private lockers. Before check in or after check out the guest can leave their luggage in our deposit at no additional cost. The property offers free city maps, free walking tours, free bike rentals. At the reception it is possible to book tickets for art exhibitions, tango shows, bowling and football matches. The property provides laundry facilities and luggage storage. V&S Hostel Club is 400 meters from the Obelisco and 200 meters from Florida Street. Ezeiza Airport is a 45-minute drive away. We offer the transfer service to Ezeiza or Jorge Newbery Airport by regular or private bus.
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Paid private parking nearby
Free breakfast
Bicycle tours
Walking tours
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Dry cleaning
Parking garage
Board games / puzzles
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish


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Sammy P wrote a review Sep 2018
5 contributions4 helpful votes
My friend arrived before I did and got our keys to the room, but not from someone who worked there and knew what was going on...it seemed to be someone who was doing the hostel a favor and did not know a thing about the hostel. We were never told an hour for breakfast, and as we had to leave around 7:30 for a tour, everything was still closed and we had no way of contacting anyone. As I was arriving late at night, my friend was going to let me in, but the sound of the doorbell was so low that I was out there for at least 10 minutes on the street before anyone realized I was ringing the bell. I personally never saw a single worker at the hostel, it was mostly empty of people all together. Upon leaving, we again found no one, so we were forced to leave the keys under the pillow, but not before we walked down the three flights of steps so I could use the keys to open the door to get out. I held the door open while my friend ran up to put the keys on top of our bed (so we wouldn't be charged). If I had been alone, I would not have been able to get out the door without leaving the keys just randomly strewn in the entrance way. It was just an overall really bad experience. Maybe on the on-season it is better. One thing that was nice is that it did have heating.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
ignacioscosceria wrote a review Jul 2018
London, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
The rooms are great, the staff is very thoughtful, and the location is perfect, you are in the very center of the city, or a bus away from eveywhere! I highly recommend this hostel, I had an amazing time
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled solo
Kristīne V wrote a review Jan 2018
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Ever since my arrival I was greeted by the friendliest members of staff and my roommates became good friends during their stay here. As a volunteer in Buenos Aires for 2 months, it was important to stay at a place that ticks all the boxes, and V&S really does! The central location allowed me to move comfortably through the city via public transport (subte and buses are super cheap and very useful). As a vegeterian it was important that I have a place I can prepare my own meals (although there are many veggie friendly food places around, and veggie empanadas, of course!), so the kitchen here, compact and simple, provided me with all the utensils I needed for creating an enjoyable dish (even the lack of oven didn´t stop me for creating nice food). When the meal is ready, the common room is a great place to enjoy it! With an authentic atmosphere is perfect for it all - having a peaceful meal/reading a book/having a movie night or relaxing on the refreshing patio during jamming sessions or beers with the new found friends. The rooms are very cozy and clean - the sheets and towels are getting changed on a weekly basis and the whole room and the bathrooms are cleaned regularely. Air conditioning is an extra bonus on a hot summer day, so the comfort is guaranteed! The showers provide both hot and cold water, are light and airy and even provide a hairdryer, and there´s plenty of shower rooms on every floor, so there will not be a need to wait for long to get your chance to shower. There´s also laundry service available for 120 pesos per laundry bag full of clothes, which is very handy for long stays! As I mentioned - the staff here are awesome and always welcoming you with a bright hola! Always willing to help and give advice and vouchers for different events around the town (trust me, there is something happening pretty much every night!) So all in all, I really appreciate this hostel being my home for 2 months and I´ll certainly miss the good vibes and people I´ve met here.
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Date of stay: December 2017
Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: every floor has it´s bonuses. The first floor is my favourite - very charming and the room I...
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MontfortOaks wrote a review Nov 2017
Toronto, Canada565 contributions271 helpful votes
We took a risk because reviews seemed to be either good or bad for this property but we liked the location. Unfortunately it was the worse accom we had in our 16-day South America trip. The good: - Excellent location (very close to Teatro Colon and pretty much walkable to everywhere). - Beautiful and tidy common area - Decent breakfast - Seemed like a quiet place (if you like that) The bad: - Staff only works certain hours and you will be left dealing with your own problem outside the time. Though we knew this before booking - Elevator also works certain hours. Problematic if you have heavy luggage. But we also knew ahead, so not big deal. - Communication can be sporadic. Received timely responses most of the time until suddenly it stopped for many days. Not very professional. - The private room had poor air flow. The only window in the room opened to an indoor air chute (felt cramp). No bathroom mat provided and the stream never seemed to go away after shower, so the floor was slippery and got dirty quickly. Also no lockers in the room (only one luggage table) and it's hard to keep the room tidy with all the backpacks we had. The ugly: - The pillow was brown & full with dark circles (see pic). It's irresponsible and mean for any hostel to still use that kind of pillow for its guests. You just have to wonder about the bed, the toilet, the food, etc (we didn't want to check anymore). - 2 rusty nail stuck out from the bathroom wall (see pic). Slipping and sweeping your hands on the wall will guarantee you a visit to the hospital. A good hostel would not leave this potential hazard unfixed. - Dirty bathtub with dark spots (see pic). Shower curtain was rusty. I realize it's a hostel and not a 5 star hotel, but I'd never been to any hostel with this kind of rundown condition. - We had to leave early on the last day and the staff promised to return our key deposit in the room the night before. Well it wasn't there, so gone with our disappointing stay was the deposit. Note that we didn't get to check out the dorm room and it might be better (still, stay at your own risk) and didn't have a chance to raise those issues when we were there. I really hope they do something to improve those as I think they have a great location.
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Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Don't take the private ensuite room
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rosiekateburns wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom111 contributions45 helpful votes
This hostel ticked all the boxes. It was extremely clean, the rooms were very spacious compared to other hostels and the common area was really big. The staff were also very helpful and accommodating. The location is absolutely perfect, a short walk from all the main city sites and right next to the train station. Highly recommend!!! :)
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
$29 - $41 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ArgentinaCapital Federal DistrictBuenos AiresMicrocentro / San Nicolás / El Centro (Downtown)
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Frequently Asked Questions about V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires
Which popular attractions are close to V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Nearby attractions include Teatro Colon (0.2 miles), Centro Cultural Borges (0.2 miles), and Santuario Virgen Maria del Rosario de San Nicolas (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, airport transportation, and dry cleaning.
What food & drink options are available at V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Yes, a parking garage and paid private parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Conveniently located restaurants include Santos Manjares, Parrilla Cero 5, and Tomo 1.
Does V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires have an airport shuttle?
Yes, V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to V&S Hostel Club Buenos Aires?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Recoleta (1.1 miles), Museo Nacional De Arte Decorativo (1.7 miles), and Basilica de Nuestra Senora Del Pilar (1.2 miles).