Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.4 Room cleanliness
1.8 Service & staff
1.6 Room comfort
1.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from New York, NY
Stay away from this "hotel"Posted Sep 10, 2014
This is the worst experience we had. The "hotel" is actually worst than hostel. The sheets in rooms are dirty, the rooms themselves are old and desolate. The worst thing are bathrooms - there is a toilet and a shower in the form of a tube sticking out of the wall. The whole floor and toilet seat are all wet after somebody takes a shower, because this "shower" is not separated from the rest of the bathroom. I suspect that the good reviews here are fake. The "hotel" does not look like the pictures - I think there must have been a lot of editing on these pictures. And the picture of the bathroom is just a plain fake. We just decided to find something else for the night and did not ask for the money back, because we don't know any Spanish and we did not want to argue with the guy on reception. He did not look very surprised when we turned our key in and checked out either. I suspect that it happens a lot of times, that people just go to another hotel or hostel the very same day when they check in.
for Personal Eventby Aussies from South Australia
Posted Jul 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location was perfect for what we wanted. Last time we were there the room was much bigger and brighter but the location was the best part, Staff were friendly, Towels could have been changed more often, otherwise we enjoyed our stay,
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel is located near to the centre in an old building. That means, the rooms, corridors and bathrooms are quite old. It was winter during our stay and there was no heating in rooms / bathrooms. Hot shower was OK. They promoted price in US $ on this site however charged in Argentinian Pesos on arrival with very bad exchange rate (might have been 20% worse than average), that was really a negative surpries on arrival. Staff was not able to speak English at all. It is a cheap and quite well located place for 1 night stay, for anything other consider some of the better options.
by A verified traveler from Miami, FL
Posted Oct 16, 2011 on Hotels.com
by A verified traveler from Manhattan, NY
Avoid at all costs.Posted Apr 13, 2011
I have had very good luck in Europe and North America using 'lower end' hotels, even going as down market as a hostel. However, this 'hotel' is an intolerable dump. Upon arriving, they will not take credit cards as payment. I only had enough cash to pay for one night, and this turned out to be a blessing. I went to the room, and the sheets and blankets on the creeky old bed made a refugee camp look accomodating. I always request a private bathroom, which this room did indeed have. However, the shower consisted of a pipe sticking out of the wall - no shower, no area on the floor to hold the water in - the water just sprayed all over the whole room. Whatever, I could deal with that. Next, trying to wash my hands. There is no hot water, and the cold water comes out as a trickle. Whatever, I can even ignore that. Heading to take a pee, I see an insect crawling out from behind the toilet. Whatever, I killed it. However, then a lot MORE INSECTS start crawling out, like 5 or 6. What if the whole room is like that, what if they are crawling all over you in the night??? I had had enough. I grabbed my bag and left, not even asking for my money back for the 10 minutes I spent there. I wandered the streets of Buenos Aires until I could find another 'brand name' hotel. Certainly didn't end up saving money, but also didn't end up with bugs crawling around in a soaking wet washroom. BEWARE!