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Nice place great staff. Rooms run about 47.50 US. With shared bath.
Rooms are cleaned each day. Bath towels come with the room. We liked the top floor it has no traffic or noise.
Safe and clean
I think for 5.00 more you can have...More
Response from JorgeSilvino, Gerente at Telmotango Hostel SuiteResponded 18 April 2017
Gracias por tu visita te esperamos pronto =)
ATTE JORGE SILVINO DI PALMA
We spent five nights at Telmotango enjoying the food and amazing culture of Buenos Aires. The staff at Telmotango were incredibly helpful, organising everything from airport transfers to tango lessons and a tango show. They also provided lots of useful information about things to see...More
One of the best things about this place was the warm welcome I received on arrival. Although the time was after 11 a.m. they served me breakfast , which was much needed after a gruelling flight from Europe. The breakfast area is in an airy,...More
This hostel in the 19th century building is really charming. Their original foyer really stands out.
The second huge plus is their beautiful solarium on the roof where tango classes are conducted. Many rooms have their entrances from the solarium. Many rooms have also private...More
Great hostel with a friendly staff in a beautiful period building. Close to the Casa Rosada and to the bohemian San Telmo. Not a typical hostel, small dorms for max 4 people (I think), many individual showers and a great garden/patio on the roof. Chacabuco...More
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