We booked this hostel because it advertised air conditioning on the website. Little did we know that they "turned it on" at midnight. Unfortunately it was so hot and muggy that no one slept. You could hear all the street traffic through the window and people were not friendly. Breakfast was typical, bread and jam. The rooms are spacious but... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- St Nicholas Hostel is the place to stay for travellers that want to explore Buenos Aires and Argentina. The house is part of the history of this town, its one block away from Plaza Congreso and has easy access to the city's highlights. We have private and non-private rooms, for two to six people.Also, with the aim that guests feel as comfortable as possible, we have bar, table games, TV room, internet free (WiFi), pool and reading room.Additional facilities include 24 hour medical assistance, 24-hour security, lockers and luggage storage, laundry, sheets and blankets. ... more less
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