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  • A really nice place

    "We had a wonderful time at this beautiful penthouse apartment. There was a lot of space and comfort for two couples. We loved the kitchen and the amazing wrap around balcony. The contemporary furnishings and architecture were perfect. Diego was our savior and was always available with helpful advice and local knowledge. Be sure to bring US cash, because Diego can be very helpful with exchange issues. The neighborhood, Palermo Soho, is the best place to stay in town. It was convenient to the subway (Green line goes straight downtown) and so nice to be in a neighborhood with great restaurants (best steak ever just a few blocks away at Don Julio Parilla!) the neighborhood felt very safe to walk around at night. Be sure to check out the shops and restaurants around El Salvador and Armenia, a short walk away. We can't wait to get back to Buenos Aires and to stay here again!"
    Guest: Steve Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014
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  • Magnificent!!!!

    "My wife and I are nearing the end of a 2 1/2 month stay in this fabulous apartment. This was our third summer stay in BA, and was by far the best. The location is great; never a problem getting a cab. Several bus stops right outside the front door, although we didn't use the buses because cabs are so cheap. The apartment itself is large, very comfortable, and beautifully furnished and equipt; dozens of books on architecture and art. Plenty of hot water. Only 5 apartments in the building; in 2+ months only saw two people in the lobby. Only negative is the noise in both bedrooms; the buses stop just feet from the bedroom windows and the sound of their brakes penetrates the double glazed windows and the silent motorized shutters. A white noise machine handles the traffic noise, but not the buses braking. We tend to be heavy sleepers, so the noise wasn't a major problem. Marcella is super; we had no serious problems during our visit, but she was most responsive in giving us advice and resolving a couple of minor issues. The official conversion rate is currently 8.4 pesos to the dollar, but the "blue" rate is 15.1 peso to the dollar, so we recommend that you carry high denomination dollar bills. Brits and Europeans might well consider carrying US Dollars to convert at the blue rate; The current official rate for euros is 11 pesos; sterling is 13.7 (NO BLUE RATE>>!). We highly recommend this beautiful apartment and we hope to return next summer."
    Guest: DAVID G. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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  • Couldn't be happier!

    "Two couples from the US stayed at the apartment for 7 nights in early January. It was a beautiful space and was everything we could have hoped for. Staying in the apartment was so much nicer than a hotel. We felt like real Portenos! Great neighborhood, walking distance to the cemetery, shops, great restaurants, grocery store, "blue market" money exchange, etc. We felt very safe at all times. Beautiful, old building, classic caged elevator, very well-appointed interior. Actually more space than we needed, although so much room was much appreciated. Very quiet. Good wi-fi service. Washer and dryer came in handy. Martin and Martine (?) were very helpful, giving us suggestions for good gelato stops and other conveniences, and going so far as to bring us four new umbrellas to use on a couple of rainy days. Would happily stay here again on a future trip and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to other travelers."
    Guest: Michael Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 27, 2015
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Buenos Aires Travel Tips

Buenos Aires Vacation Rentals Make Hotels Secondary

If Buenos Aires, Argentina in South America is not on your list of top vacation destinations, it should be. Buenos Aires is a magnificent city filled with a mixture of cultures and modernity that will amaze you. Hotels are not required when you visit the capital city because you have every ounce of luxury you could desire in Buenos Aires vacation rentals at reasonable prices. Buenos Aires is not a budget destination, as flights can be anywhere from $700 to over $2,000, depending on the time of year you visit. However, the Buenos Aires villas can be on your budget. With private rentals by owner through VRBO, Buenos Aires apartments and homes can be found for as little as $65 per night. You also have more luxurious accommodations for $300 to $600 per night. Yet, they are all reasonable if you have a large party.

Buenos Aires Villas in the City

All of the Buenos Aires villas will be located in the Recoleta area which is the historic district of the city. Numerous Buenos Aires apartment buildings, hotels, and places to visit will be within walking distance or a subway trip. You are also located near the Atlantic Ocean, allowing for watersports and days at the beach. Buenos Aires's climate is opposite that of North America’s in terms of seasons, so December through March is really the height of summer. When you walk along the streets such as Florida Avenue or sit in one of the many outdoor cafés, dancers will be in the streets and on sidewalks offering you a look at the tango. Anyone is encouraged to give the tango a try and it is almost an insult not to partake in this dance of romance.

Buenos Aires Apartments for Adventure in the Capital of Amor

Depending on the Buenos Aires apartments you rent, you might be a slight walk from the subway. The subway will take you anywhere you want to go in the city, including such sites as the Famous Recoleta Cemetery with its amazing tombs and headstones. Another ride will bring you to the Alto Palermo shopping mall or Vicente Lopez Park for a romantic walk along the green space with ancient trees dotting the land. The French influence of Buenos Aires presents a plethora of French-style buildings including the Alvear Palace Hotel which is decorated in the turn of the century French style. You do not have to stay at the hotel to admire its magnificent architecture. Museums and cathedrals of Buenos Aires should be on your list, such as the Latinoamerican Art Museum or Historical Museum Sarmiento. After a morning indoors, consider a walk through the Japanese Garden. Scuba divers will need to take a trip out to the Faena Hotel District as it sits on a little island leading to the ecological reserve which is underwater. The park spreads from the tip of the island down to the bottom where it curves out into the Atlantic. Dolphins, tropical fish, and more can be spotted during a snorkel or dive here.

The Perfect Retreat Near French Bistros in San Telmo

Buenos Aires is a large city with little sections assigned their own names like San Telmo. The Recoleta is perhaps the most popular district but San Telmo is a close second with its French flair. In this part of the city, you have sidewalk cafes, gelato shops around the corner from some of the Buenos Aires vacation rentals, and a French Bistro within walking distance. Every night you can walk to your chosen restaurant or shop at the fresh food markets during the day for your evening meal. A number of the rentals present outdoor barbecue pits for freshly grilled fish or steak. If you stay in a penthouse dome, you can sit out on the terrace overlooking the city for a magnificent sunset before settling at a café for espresso and a show. The cuisine will run the gamut from Spanish to North American specialties.

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