(Electric) Coffee maker
Sheets and towels
Internet Tv Music
PH house type, very nice, in a very bright and very quiet neighborhood. Modern design. Many bus lines just 1 block away, and "Tronador" station (line b) 6 blocks. Smoking is only allowed on the terrace.
15 days price u$s 756
Weekly maid service not included.
Payment in cash, on check-in
Security deposit (returned upon check out)
2 pm - 8pm
8am - 12pm
Deliver keys in:
No facilities for handicapped
Minimum stay (days): 5
Maximum stay: 365
Barrio Villa Ortuzar
Villa Ortuzar is one of the districts the City of Buenos Aires, limited by La Pampa St., Forest and Elcano Avenues, General Urquiza Rail, del Campo, COmbatientes de Malvinas and Triunvirato Avenues.
Likewise, April 26th was established as the "Villa Ortuzar Day", as it was the date in which Santiago Francisco de Ortuzar bought the lands of the current neighborhood. (Act 1065, by Fernando Finvard and Paul Puy).
The initiative originated in a request by the Board of Historical Studies of Villa Ortuzar through a note signed by its President, Mrs. Maria Clotilde Richieri de Lagrava, and Vice-President, Minister José Luis Sardella.