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Awesome room with a Queen size bed, large closet, breakfast table and a balcony to the street.

This is the biggest room, with cable TV, super fast WiFi, AC, heating, toiletries, and all the comfort you deserve!

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The Space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bed type: Real Bed
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Room type: Private room


Extra people: $5 / night after the first guest
Weekly discount: 0%
Cancellation: Strict


The Space

Welcome to my Bed and Breakfast, at a beautiful french building at fancy Recoleta.

This is the biggest room. With its own breakfast table!

With price you have included a Porteño breakfast, with coffee or tea, milk, croissants and orange juice


There are three rooms to choose, this is the Large one. Look for the Medium and Small ones under my other properties

This room features,
- 1 Queen bed, sommier and spring mattress. Both are top quality, with mattress cover, cotton sheets, and hypoallergenic pillows.
- Shared bathroom.

- Air conditioner
-´Wi Fi
- Towels and robes
- Toiletries (soap, shampoo, conditioner, vanity kit, tissue paper)
- Armchair
- Huge closet, to keep your room organized.

- 3 day gym passes upon request.

Each morning you ll enjoy our home made breakfast, and when back your room done.

- For breakfast, you have included a Porteño breakfast with coffee or tea, toasts, croissants and orange juice. Continental Breakfast available with a surcharge

Has a nice window with lots of sun, and a curtain, as well as shades for maximum darkness!!

I am located in beautiful, Recoleta. The "C" and "D" trains are 3 block from the building.

At a leisurely pace I am a 15 minute walk from the Recoleta Cemetery and Recoleta Mall, Palais de Glace, Patio Bullrich, and the Museum of Beaux Arts
About another 5 minutes of walking to Santa Fe Avenue and the shops. The same for restaurants, bars and shopping in the area. Short subway rides to Downtown and San Telmo and other wonderful areas like Palermo and Belgrano

If hungry don t worry, Mc Donalds, Burger King, Subway, Starbucks, Donuts, Chinese Food, Vegetarian Food, and a dozen of other places are just two blocks from the appt!!!!

Pharmacy, convenience stores, bakeries, everything to make your stay comfortable!

You have about 30 bus lines to go everywhere. A metrocard is available for your convenience.

For working out, a gym free pass is available upon request.

**ALL fees included in the number you see here on the website! Nothing additional once you arrive!**

Thank you for looking and I hope to hear from you!

***My acceptance rate is slightly skewed by the fact I give the first person to contact me about dates the right of first refusal if someone else tries to book with me. I have never turned down a reservation request if the dates were open and not already inquired about.***

I own other properties, but here, you ll enjoy the comfort of a home, but with the service of a hotel, and you know what ........


So, go ahead, choose a room, and book it. I ll be here, waiting for you!

Gus & gus

Guests can access the kitchen, and terrace, as well common areas

Whatever you might need, I m there, to help.
I can give you directions, suggest tours, buy tickets, make restaurant reservations, exchange currency, and all you might need during your stay

Recoleta is the most exclusive neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Bars, Restaurants, Boutiques, Shopping Mall, movie theaters, Museums, leather goods, everything is in our beautiful area, with tree lined streets, nice people and excellent transportation!

The Recoleta neighborhood is the hub of the city's aristocracy, where old-money families live in pricey apartments along avenues with soaring French architecture. Men in ascots and tweed jackets sip espresso at shaded sidewalk cafés, and women with heavy fur coats walk tiny dogs.

Begin your stroll at the Recoleta Cemetery and lose yourself among the gorgeous family mausoleums. Look for former first lady and Argentine icon Eva Perón's final resting place—admirers always leave flowers and other tributes—but be sure to wander the other corridors.

Next to the cemetery at Junin is the Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basílica, which was built in 1732 by Jesuit architect Andrés Blanqui. Many of the original altarpieces, structures, and art are impeccably maintained. Next door is the Recoleta Cultural Center , featuring several interesting local and international art exhibits in its 27 exposition rooms. Beyond that, browse in Buenos Aires Design mall, one of the city's fancier malls—known to locals as “shoppings"—where stores sell high-end leather furniture, appliances, and art.

During the week, the nearby Plaza Francia is a quiet park were kids play on swing sets, but on weekends the plaza fills with dozens of artists peddling paintings, mate gourds, hand-knit clothing, and other products of varying quality. Snuggling couples and picnicking families recline on the grass and watch rock bands and puppet shows. Across Avenida del Libertador, you can visit the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes for free. Just beyond the museum is the monument to General Carlos María de Alvear.

Head back toward Avenida Quintana toward the Recoleta neighborhood. Just beyond the gnarled branches of an old gum tree, stop at the notable cafeteria La Biela (corner of Avenidas Quintana and Roberto M. Ortiz) for a strong (and overpriced) coffee and top-notch people watching. The café is the historic anchor on this strip of restaurants and bars along Avenida Roberto M. Ortiz that serve moderate quality food, but have great patios for dining outdoors on a sunny day. At the end of Ortiz sits the city's best movie complex, Village Recoleta.

Amble down the Quintana into a neighborhood of treed sidewalks, French balconies, grand marble facades, and pricey brand-name stores. The Un' Altra Volta ice cream shop at Quintana and Ayacucho serves decadent Buenos Aires–style ice cream. Turn left on Ayacucho and walk to Avenida Alvear, a street lined with beautiful apartment buildings and hotels. Among the gems: Alvear Palace Hotel (corner of Alvear and Ayacucho), in a 1928 building, the Ceasar Park Hotel, and the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires —all elegant spots to enjoy brunch, an English tea, or a glass of tinto, red wine. A quick detour down Ayacucho to the gorgeous Posadas street will bring you to El Sanjuanino where you can sample piping-hot empanadas and other traditional Argentine dishes or the Confiteria La Rambla (corner of Ayacucho and Posadas), where harried waiters serve amazing lomito sandwiches. End at the Palais de Glace, a former ice skating field turned museum and exhibit hall.

Subway stop is just 3 minutes walk, and buses are at the doorstep!
D line station is AGUERO OR PUEYRREDON
B line station is CARLOS GARDEL

Guest Access

You ll have access to kitchen to fix a salad, prepare a sandwich, reheat a pizza or things like that. NO cooking is allowed, since there are 3 rooms and if I let you cook, everybody will, and its a mess.

Getting Around

You have D line just four blocks from the apartment. PUEYRREDON AND AGUERO STATIONS

Buses: you have more than 10 lines going everywhere, across the street, 1 block from here and on Santa Fe and Cordoba Ave.

You ll have a metro card to use the transportation system!!!

Other Things to Note


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House Rules

No smoking in room or public areas.
Be quiet at night.

1. Treat other guests as you'd like to be treated.
2. Use an "indoor voice" when you're inside.
3. Mind your manners.
4. If you open it, close it. (Close your windows before you leave the house.)
5. If you turn it on, turn if off. (Turn off the lights and ceiling fan.)
6. If you break anything, just tell me, we´ll sort it out.
7. If you borrow it, return it. (In the same or better condition, put it back where you got it)
8. If you value it, take care of it.
9. If you make a mess, clean it up. (Dishes, pots, pans, popcorn, crumbs, etc.)
10. If you move it, put it back. (chairs, TV, etc.)
11. If it belongs to someone else and you want to use it, get permission.
12. If you don't know how to operate it, read the instructions, or ask someone to teach you.
13. Be respectful of private spaces.
14. Keep your things and room tidy (not spotless but tidy).

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About the Host, Gustavo

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Member since July 2010


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