(Electric) Coffee maker
Sheets and towels
Internet Tv Music
Brand new and comfortable studio apartment located in Abasto area, in front Abasto Shopping Center, one block to Corrientes Ave. and subway line B, surrounded by restaurants, bars, tango shows-classes, one block to Casa de Carlos Gardel, 4 blocks to Cordoba Ave., next to Palermo University. It has a bedroom area with a queen size bed, closet, AC, LCD cable TV, DVD and door window to balcony (with blackout curtains). The dining living area has tall table and benches for 2 parties and a couch. The kitchen is open plan and fully equipped with fridge with freezer, microwave, electrical stove and oven, juicer, coffee maker, toaster and kitchen utensils. The bathroom is complete with bathtub, shower and hair dryer. Includes cleaning service once a week. The building has laundry room.
The interest people could order breakfast and another service with and extra charge.
Payment in cash, on check-in
Security deposit (returned upon check out)
Deliver keys in:
Maid service: una vez por semana
Minimum stay (days): 2
Maximum stay: 365
El once is a classic neighborhood in Buenos Aires, in which Jewish communities together, Catholic, Eastern, South American, who traded each day. Lately and due to the differences that Argentina has more quality textile from the same and their designers are creating a new form. Tourists from around the world come to this Buenos Aires neighborhood in search of a certain quantity of garments, retail, then to withdraw their names or labels typically resell in their home countries by retail. It has been observed that tourists from the U.S., Israel, France and others, routinely practiced this as business as particularly odd. Regardless of what stands out clearly anecdotal quality textile Argentine products, products that end up on several occasions in exports on a large scale in different countries of the world.