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1 queen bed
1 double bed
1 double bed
2 single beds
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in time is flexible
Depends on the group you are traveling with. I loved san telmo but other people might think is not such a good neighborhood. I like the apartment and ruben is really great.
Great place, close to many places to visit. Walking distance to San Telmo Mercado, Plaza Dorrego and many other areas. Also close to a great refuge that is great for running, walking or getting away from the traffic
This is one of the best AirBnB accommodations I've ever had. Ruben, the apartment's caretaker, was very responsive, met our group on time despite a slight delay, and guided us toward fun activities and places to go. The house was absolutely gorgeous and situated in a very quaint …
This place was incredible. Very spacious and comfortable. It's in a perfect location close to all that San Telmo has to offer. Checkin and Checkout could not have been easier. Ruben was excellent about getting us the keys and providing tips. Was very pleased and would definitely …
Janet is an exceptional host. All of our questions were answered quickly and professionally. Janet is very easy to communicate with. And the apartment is spectacular. The location is pretty much unbeatable. The decor is tasteful and quite luxurious. We would be delighted to come …
Lovely neighbourhood, great restaurants. Easy to get everywhere. Good sized rooms, nice bathrooms. Sadly, unreliable wifi (we were on a work trip, don't rely on being able to work in the flat) so had to work elsewhere.
Response from Janet:
While we appreciate Dan and crew were working and needing the internet, the problem at the time had nothing to do with the (URL HIDDEN) was the service provider which of course is no different to anywhere else in the world . The difference, however, is that it IS Argentina and that means anything can happen. Blackouts, street closures – things people may not be used to in their own cities. But is it just how things are. And I guess part of its charm. We have never had a problem with the internet before. Just the odd brief drop out and a reset. It was a shame and we pulled out all stops to pressure the internet company and tried to assure our guest it had nothing to do with the set up our end. We did manage to organise the use of our neighbours apartment with wifi. Still it was all resolved and life goes on.