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Staff was friendly and even though they don't exchange money, they did exchange some for us to pay the cabby. The hotel is within walking distance to the subway, main streets and attractions. Breakfast was poor, little variety, you wouldn't be able to eat the...More
When I booked the room, they had a different name, it was a "Hostel Americano". Well, it's not a hostel at all, it's a real hotel with a reception desk, conference room a.k.a. breakfast hall etc. A really cool place to stay in Buenos Aires...More
As the title, the staff asked me to pay extra money for the room because the number of persons in our booking is 1. But that's a double room. we have paid the double room fee. Price should be charged according to the type of...More
The room was very dirty! The carpet had ALOT of stains, we also found a stain at one of the sheets. To mention some things.
In addition there were no wifi connection in the rooms.
The location was ok and the staff helpful. Still I...More
We were looking for a cheap place and we found it in Hotel Americano. The location is not the greatest, but not bad either. It takes a bit of a walk to reach the center but there's also a Subte (subway) not far from it....More
$36 - $68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Immersed in the sound of honking horns and the footsteps of busy office workers, the Microcentro area of San Nicolás is where visitors will encounter the true hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires, walking down streets lined with office buildings and banks. The financial district is well-known for its vibrant atmosphere and unstoppable rhythm during office hours. After dark, the hubbub migrates to Corrientes Ave.,
where theater lovers might start their evening at a play and end it in one of the many traditional pizzerias nearby. During the day, Corrientes is known for its many bookshops and classic cafés, which are located just minutes away from some famous landmarks, like the Obelisco, Avenida 9 de Julio, and the Teatro Colon.