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We had a lovely stay here - the owners are super friendly and helpful and the place is full of charm. Well located in San Telmo so you can walk around and can get by foot to the centre and metro. Lots of restaurants nearby...More
We stayed here one night. The room was lovely, the bathroom clean and the really cool part of this place is the communal space you have. The kitchen is big, the corridor is large and next to that there is a big living room. The...More
Very nice old fashioned guesthouse. Clean. charmed. Very good location near puerto madero. Very nice and funny host.
The breakfast starts too late (9am). Unfortunately we could not enjoy a real breakfast because we had to leave at 8:30.
We arrived without any luggage, our bags were still in Madrid, and for three days Martina our fantastic host helped us track down our missing bags and organize for them to be delivered. Such amazing help. On top of that we stayed in a really...More
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The Posada de la Luna is a first floor apartment with several rooms of various sizes and a front room overlooking Peru Street. Not much airconditioning (bedrooms only) but the air breezes through from front to rear along the corridor. Rooms are individual, mine -...More
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Response from PosadaLuna565, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Posada de la LunaResponded March 18, 2016
Hi, thank you so mucho for your comment. For us is very important the opinion of our costumers!
It has been a pleasure known you!
Martina and Julian
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