(Electric) Coffee maker
Sheets and towels
Internet Tv Music
Very closed to cultural, business and administrative centers, ours apartment is located at 50 meters of the Colon Theater and 300 meters of the Obelisco and Corrientes Avenue.
The building has french architectural style from the 1930's. Completely renovated keeping the quality of materials and style with and old elevator in wrought iron.
The apartment is luminous and spacious with big windows and balcony, each room has two doors (double circulation) and 3,80 meters height, the floors are in pitch pine meticulously renovated.
Apartment consist in 3 rooms; two big bedrooms, one of them has two individuals bed and the other with a double bed. Both with their respective bedside tables in wood of carob-tree and a big wardrobes. A third smaller room can be used as office or a third individual bedroom ( for a fifth guest, please ask first as it has additional charge), according to the needs of our guests.
Fully furnished kitchen, equipped with a round table and chairs for 6 persons made of carob-tree wood, Kitchen cupboards of the same wood. The kitchen features granite counters, gas stove and oven, refrigerator and freezer, all cooking utensils.
The bath is very wide and completely equipped, has screens of tempering glass and cupboard, shower and bathtub with jacuzzi.
Plenty of natural sunlight with open view, in the front and the back.
The apartments is equipped with cable TV, telephone and high speed Internet connection.
Maid service with change of bed clothes and towels once a week.
Payment in cash, on check-in
Security deposit (returned upon check out)
Deliver keys in:
No facilities for handicapped
Maid service: semanal/weekly
Minimum stay (days): 3
Maximum stay: 180
It's called Porteño downtown, downtown, City Porteña or "The City" to an area of the city of Buenos Aires which is not officially recognized as one of the 48 districts of Buenos Aires.
It has an area roughly 60 blocks whose boundaries are the Avenida Cordoba and Avenida de Mayo (cutting in these north-south) and between Avenida Leandro N. Alem and the Avenue of the Rábida (by cutting the latter in an east-west direction).
The name of the neighborhood was given due to the large concentration of offices, shops, businesses and banks (being all of the banks "matrix" of Argentina in that neighborhood). It has a large volume of services companies and banks, is also the Commodities Exchange of Buenos Aires, and government buildings.