Humberto Primo y Peru
City: Buenos Aires
Neighborhood: San Telmo
Area: Touristic
Code: 21909
People:
3

Bedrooms:
1

Category:
Fashion

M² / Sq.Feet:
40 / 430

Single beds:
0

Double beds:
1

Single sofa bed:
1

Double sofa bed:
0

Distance (in minutes)
Subway walking  8
Walking to downtown  20
Downtown by bus  10
Downtown in cab  5
Services
Amenities
Allowed
Internet
Air.
Balcony
Swim.
Kids
Pets
Heating
Cot
Garage
Gym
Smokers
Hand.

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Kitchen
Microwave
Oven
(Electric) Coffee maker
Refrigerator
Misc
Air conditioning
Towells
Sheets and towels
Home appliances
Amenities
Internet Tv Music
Wifi
Cable TV
Phone
TV
External areas
Patio
Patio compartido
Brief description
Located in the heart of San Telmo area, just 2 blocks from Plaza Dorrego, this beautiful studio apartment offers a comfortable space for one, two or three people, in a typical style building. Surrounded by restaurants, bars and art galleries, four blocks to subway station and close to many avenues. Equiped double bed (or 2 singles upon request) + aditional. Living/dinning room and kitchen integrated + bathroom. Air conditioned ,WiFi service. Ideal for students at UCA, UADE or FUC or for people who prefer to be near the tourist areas. (Furnished) * For rentals exceeding 3 months, quarterly pack can be arranged.
Payment method:
Payment in cash, on check-in

Security deposit (returned upon check out)
One week:
400

15 days:
600

More months:
800


Check in:
1 p.m. a 8 p.m.

Check out:
8 a.m. a 12 p.m.

Deliver keys in:

Restrictions
Not allowed
No facilities for handicapped


Minimum stay (days): 180
Maximum stay: 365
Availability
Available
Not available
Barrio San Telmo
San Telmo (St. Peter Telmo Gonzalez) is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Buenos Aires. Was originally called Altos de San Pedro, and was inhabited by workers of the port. Together with the nearby Montserrat was the black neighborhood of Buenos Aires, called "Barrio Sur", as opposed to the "Barrio Norte" of San Nicolas. Can still hear rhythms of Afro-River Plate as candombe on their streets.