Room with private bathroom, nice atmosphere and independence, in a theater and restaurants district/neighbourhood. Very well located and connected with lots of buses 30mts across the street, subway 2 blocks away.
This is my home, where I open a room for travelers. It is a large house (1st floor apartment) recently redone, very comfortable in an old building in Almagro neighbourhood.
There is a room upstairs for 1 or 2 (double or single bed) with prived bathroom and air conditioning. It is furnished with shelves in the bathroom and placard to keep your stuff.
Downstairs there is also a 4x4m studio room where I work, and you can do as well, as there are two huge desks to study, work, flip, or whatever.
The kitchen and laundry, very spacious and usefull, with a window-wall and the door to balcony (entrance).
Also there is the violet toilet in this level, for everyone to use.
There is also a large 8x4mts space where I have my own space, room and bathroom. So this part is closed when I sleep or need my space.
It is silently located at Corrientes Av (but not facing the street), that is the main theater and obelisco street, in the neighbourhood of Almagro.
It's 15 minutes away from the city "microcentro" (subway 2.5 blocks away), 10 min from Palermo area, an super well connected by busses, subway and bike paths.
The apartment has been recently redone by me, spaces redisigned. There is wifi internet 3mb, a desktop computer that can be used when I don't (I usually work with it, but can lend you an ipad to check e mails if you need), hair drier, microwave, washer, a great kitchen, aircon in the livingroom.
I provide towels, sheets, shampoo, soap, etc...
It is very comfortable, aprox 80mts2, Quite a lot of sunlight all year all day and very well located. Beautifull It's a small building (only 2 floors) and it has a huge roof top to use. Balcony with growing garden and small orchad with compost composer.
There is a person of trust that comes to help cleaning once a week.
Really close to: cinemas, art circuit, many many theaters (huges and smalls), bookshops, shopping abasto, supermarket, Ciudad Cultural Konex, Almagro square food fair, etc etc
I work on theatre lighting and photography so there is also a dark room to use.
For PHOTOGRAPHERS: I have a dark room with 2 amplifiers (6x9 or 35mm negatives) and fully equiped. (tell me before just in case, since i'm not using it now)
Guests have access to free wifi internet, kitchen, washing (I rather set the machine when you ask), private bathroom, air-con, studio area, balcony hammoc, maps and magazines about BsAs, and bla bla bla.
Interaction with Guests
It depends on my schedule in life, but I generally tend to be friendly and wellcoming. I like guests that keep their own schedule and have an independent mind, free to investigate the city life.
With some, I had some Asado with friends, with others breakfast chats, even one joined me on a demonstration, who knows! Free flow, if it flows.
Almagro, the theater district of Buenos Aires, has a lot to investigate. Tango places, Bars, Restaurants, Shopping Abasto, Konex Cultural Center, "La Catedral del Tango", art galleries, studios, and much more.
It is located strategically to get everywhere easily by bus, subway, taxi or bike. It is safe to come and go all day, and there are plenty of shops and supermarkets all arround, still keeping the "neighbour" feeling.
Lots of buses, "Medrano" Subway station line B, bike line, taxis, etc...
House rules... house rules... love it as i do, enjoy it, live along.
Take care of the house, you can invite people if you want, no problem.
The washing machine can be used but I set it on, so you can let me know when you want to use it and I will set it for you.
I have a compost container that you can use as well for organic recycling, and I separate garbage and recyclings in two cans, but that is no rule if you can throw your garbage as you wish :)
I guess that is it with the house rules.
Nadia is a great host! She's knowledgable, friendly and speaks English well. The apartment is very comfortable and in a good neighbourhood. I would definitely book with her again. Highly recommended. Thanks for everything Nadia!
Todo genial, desde la comodidad de la cama, hasta la disponibilidad de transportes en la zona. Pasamos lindo de principio a fin!
Great place! Awesome location in a bohemian area close to all the best parts of the city. A real unique apartment with an open feel. I'm best friends with Fernandez the cat now as well
Nadia was an experienced, friendly and helpful host. Great communication, flexible with checkin and checkout times. The apartment is in a great location in a lovely neighbourhood, close to the Subte and many bus lines. The room is small but clean, comfortable and easy. Recommended.
Nadia's spot was perfect for my week in Buenos Aires. She welcomed me warmly into her home, giving me advice about activities to do and sharing her maté with me on the morning I arrived. The apartment's location is great, just off of a bustling and centrally located street only a block from the subway. The neighborhoods surrounding are less touristy than others, and I would highly recommend a stroll down their leafy streets. Nadia went above and beyond, even taking the time to share some of the history and politics of Buenos Aires with me during my visit. Anyone who chooses to stay with Nadia will not be disappointed.
Nadia's place is great!
Convenient location in a safe neighborhood; Line B subway station just two blocks away; a number of bus lines just right around the corner; grocery stores and a number of food places downstairs within one-minute walk. Many people had their power and water cuts for a few days in this December. But not in her place, I only got it once for couple hours.
The room itself is clean, tidy and with good natural light. Not spacious in the eyes of North American but adequate for me. With access to the study room and living room I felt at home.
Nadia was not around when I was there but my flatmates are very nice girls who kindly helped me with various things. If you love cat, this would be ideal. The cat likes to play with you.
Only two little problem - 1) stairs when you move in and out (one level to the apartment and another one to the room, which Nadia was so kind to have reminded me about it before) and 2) not one full-length mirror for me to check how I look before go out to milonga.
Other than these, it is a perfect place to stay in Buenos Aires. I had a great time staying in Nadia's place. Recommend!
Nadia's place was perfect for us! The apartment is located in a nice neighborhood with unique restaurants and coffeehouses. It's easy to get around by subte and bus. The area is safe. The room is cosy and got it's own bathroom. Nadia is very friendly and helpful! Thanks again! We really enjoyed our stay!!!
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Born and grown up in Buenos Aires, travelled quite a lot arround and even worked at hostels and tourism while studding hystory and photography. Now i choose this country to develop myself and to try build the world i believe in.
Professional photographer, studing second carrier at the National University of Arts in Buenos Aires (theater and stage light design). Working most of all in theater and teaching photography, also renting a room at my own house, wich is an old tipical home from 1900 redesigned fully in 2011.
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