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Recent Argentina reviews

  • Fabulous location in Buenos Aires

    "My husband and I stayed in the loft for 10 days and loved it. We wanted to experience BA as if we were Argentinians, not tourists in a generic hotel downtown and were not disappointed. Las Canitas is a wonderful and safe neighborhood with dozens of great restaurants. Staying in Las Canitas gave us an idea of what how the Argentinians love to enjoy life, but was also close to all the sights we wanted to see. Plus, the loft was removed from the noise, so we slept well. The loft has everything you could possibly need from pots and dishes, to Wifi, TV (English channels, too), etc. I would highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to experience the true BA."
    Guest: Ja Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 30, 2014
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  • Simpy the BEST.

    "Our group of three business men enjoyed an amazing 10 days from 30 August to 8 September. Janet could not have been more accommodating to our schedule and so very helpful in getting arrangements and details worked out. The place was everything that was promised and more. So many thoughtful details (110 volt, washer and dryer, larger refrigerator, dish washer, lots of hot water, wiFi, Vonage to call clients and home etc.). The location is fantastic to get to transportation as well as the market (Quilmes 6.9, cheese, fresh fruit and vegetables), amazing food, beverages, coffee etc. etc. are all around. The balcony is a great perch to sit and watch the goings on of the neighborhood each evening after our days of travel throughout BA. It was always our location to enjoy appetizers before going out (sociably late) for dinner at local restaurants eating the best rib eye ever and drinking the best red wines and visiting with locals. And the added bonus is of course Ruben. We had him fix a meal for us one night and take us to the best steak house in town on another. To be honest, Ruben beat the steakhouse for the most amazing meal. The combination of a meal never to be forgotten and his remarkable knowledge of South America makes for evenings of lively conversation and a much greater depth to your travel experience. Don’t miss the opportunity to have at least one private dinner by Ruben and do it early in your stay because you will likely want to do it again. Ruben steered us to the best leather shops to get gifts for our wives (the European leather in the best shops is amazing and resulted in many smiles upon our return). Also the places for empanadas, pasta and even travel to Colonia (and what to look for while there). He also was incredibly helpful with money exchange (best rates anywhere). In short the combination of a great place to stay, exceptional personal assistance and the current exchange rate made for the most amazing stay. We’ll be back with family and friends in the future!"
    Guest: Jon M1 Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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  • Highly recommended......great location.....great space....friendly hosts!

    "My aunt and I stayed here for 5 nights and used it as our landing zone for our adventures in Buenos Aires. Renter and her father are very good - and EXTREMELY helpful. Recoleta Cemetery is very close as is the subway station on the green line which gives you easy access to many other areas in the city. We took the subway way more often than taxis while we were there and we always felt safe on the walk back to the apartment. Doormen are very friendly. Can't say enough about this place. Would stay there again if I went back to Buenos Aires and would certainly recommend it to anyone heading there."
    Guest: Susan M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 9, 2014
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  • Great Apartment, Great Location!

    "My husband and I visit our family in Argentina approximately twice per year and routinely rent apartments there whenever we visit. Out of more than 25 different apartments that I've rented in Buenos Aires, I can say that the process for renting this particular apartment was the easiest and most efficient. I really appreciated that. I also appreciated the ability to pay via credit/debit card without additional fees or hassle. Most Argentine owners or agencies require you to pay in cash with only a small down payment permitted via credit card. This is a huge hassle and a security risk (traveling with so much cash), so this made a great impression. I also really appreciated the helpful emails I received from the owner and apartment manager. Everyone was on top of the booking, check-in, and check-out process, allowing for a smooth visit. As for the apartment itself, I think the description listed on VRBO sells it short. It's advertised as small, but I wouldn't really say that. It may not be enormous, but it's plenty big enough for two guests. I wouldn't recommend it for more than two people, but my husband and I had plenty of space. The bed was very comfortable and I appreciated the higher-end sheets and towels that the owners brought from the US. We don't know much about furniture or design, but I could tell that the owners have put a lot of thought (and money) into those elements. We enjoyed them even if we couldn't really appreciate them for what they are. The location of the apartment was great for our purposes as our family lives in Palermo. All our trips outside the neighborhood were fast and easy using taxis. The location next to the zoo was kind of fun because we could hear the monkeys and even the elephants when standing out on the balcony! If you have never visited Buenos Aires and don't speak Spanish then you might want to consider staying in a hotel with a concierge and English speaking staff to assist you for your first visit, but otherwise I highly recommend this apartment as a fantastic "home base." It is MUCH cheaper than staying in a five star hotel (which run about U$S 500-750 per night) and is honestly just as nice. Just as a tip, if you enjoy that type of luxury then don't miss afternoon high tea service at the Alvear Palace Hotel or the spa at the Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau. You can combine the benefits of your own private apartment with a five star hotel stay! Thanks to the owners for a great visit -- we will be back!"
    Guest: Justin Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 27, 2014
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Argentina Travel Tips

Things to See near Argentina Vacation Rentals in Buenos Aires

A great attraction of Argentina is the vibrant culture. Music, dance and theater have strong traditions which have their origins in the Spanish colonial era. Buenos Aires is home to one of South America’s most impressive opera theaters. If you are able to get a ticket for a performance during your stay, you will not be disappointed. If you visit any one of the many nightclubs, bars or restaurants, it is likely you will be able to see a performance of the famous tango dance. There are many tango clubs in the city and even if you don’t know how to dance, the locals will often show you a move or two. Dining out in Buenos Aires is also an experience. Argentina is famous for its beef exports and if you enjoy meat, you will be able to appreciate the high-quality steaks available. There are many historical sites and museums that provide insight into Argentina’s rich history.

Traveling to Argentina Villas

The main travel hub in Argentina is Buenos Aires. There are three airports in and around the city but the primary international airport is known as Ministro Pistarini Airport. It is located in the suburb of Ezeiza and often referred to by locals as Eizeiza Airport. The airport hosts a wide range of international airlines, including ones from North America, Europe, Africa and other parts of Central and South America. There are regularly scheduled commercial flights that provide daily connections with most major destinations across the Atlantic. The Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport is located in the Palermo district and serves the domestic and regional market. From here, you can get flight connections to other cities in Argentina such as Cordoba or Bariloche. There are also frequent flight connections to cities in Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.

Visitors to Argentina Apartments

Argentina has a rich diversity of attractions. It is the second largest country in South America and has widely varying landscapes. To the northwest are the towering peaks of the Andes. During the winter months, this is a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders. There are many first-class resorts that offer excellent skiing. The tallest mountain in South America lies just inside Argentina’s border with Chile. It is a challenging technical ascent of 6,960 meters. Mountaineers from all over the world come to take on the challenge of climbing one of the seven summits. The central and southern parts of Argentina are mostly rural with large cattle ranches making use of the wide pampas. A major attraction for many visitors is the eastern coastline and the vibrant city of Buenos Aires. The home of the tango, the city has a vibrant nightlife which attracts visitors from all over the world. Whether you are a Latin dancing expert or a complete novice with two left feet, you will soon find yourself caught up in the pulsating Latin beats of Buenos Aires.

Best Time of Year to Travel to Buenos Aires Vacation Rentals

Buenos Aires has a humid sub-tropical climate which makes it a popular year-round destination. Rainfall occurs throughout the year and hailstorms occur on occasion in the summer months. During the wintertime, the temperatures have been known to drop below freezing, although snow rarely falls in the city. The most popular time of year to visit is during the warmer summer month from October through May. The peak travel season is December to February. Many people from Europe and North America enjoy being able to escape from freezing winter climates to see the sights and sounds of Argentina.

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