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As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where colour and scent emanate from every corner, particularly during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.
Took my daughter to a Argentina world cup qualifier versus Venezuela. Fantastic experience, even though they were singing anti English songs. As you approach the stadium you have to go through 4 or 5 security and ticket checks, I was informed this is to keep known hooligans out. There are plenty of places to get something to eat near the...
So I don't support either team and went on both tours. They were both good, interesting and it looked like the museums may have been designed by the same people.
River plate stadium hosted the 1978 world up which Argentina one and helped unify the nation.
Boca is the poorer district to the south and River Plate the richer near...
I am not Christian but I went because I like quirky places and this definitely fit the bill. The theme park had life size statues of Jesus and Roman soldiers everywhere, giant dioramas of Moses and Abraham. Everyone who worked at the park was dressed in historic garb, a couple live Centurions - even the guy sweeping was in a...
Impressive memorial for not to forget the recent period of dictatorship in Argentina. There was also a temporary exhibition of Amish Kapour about anxiety and fear, which was also very impressive. Don't miss the man walking on the water, symbolizing the very young people who were lost an died in the Rio de la Plata...
"The gardens are beautiful, but the museum is closed (at least until July 2017)"
reviewed 16 April 2017 by Putnam B
The guards said the museum is closed for renovations, and it certainly looked like it. There are large timbers in a temporary structure holding up the arches on the portico. It's still well worth wandering through the garden, and the café near the garden entrance is open and was clearly very popular from the many diners we saw as we...
Not only meat but also good fish in this restaurant. I was there with Customers. Food is very good and they have a comprehensive list of very good wine. Moreover the place is big enough to allow good conversation during the meal.
For the last time things have improved. All the plates were excellent from entrée to dessert.
The service was efficent and friendly.
The chef Jean Baptiste Pilou must be one of the best French Chefs for the time being in Buenos Aires.
The set up is not sophisitacted but cozy enough.
Forget all the factory made ice creams advertised all over the city if you want a real ice cream , real flavor , real fruit, real nuts you absolutely have to try this family owned ice creamery place! We love it !
Location was perfect for us as my wife's aunt lives to blocks away.
Close to any amenities that you might need.
Service was excellent. Would recommend this hotel to anyone!! Great option of adjoining rooms!!
Good position, great environment if you have to work. You have all the space you need, the room are confortable and the people in charge are very nice. The breakfast is nice. The only bad thing I found, was a funny small in the room.
I really enjoyed my stay at the hotel. Each room is uniquely styled and well equipped with a TV, air conditioner and kitchen facilities. The room was clean and well kept, and the staff were very friendly and spoke excellent English. The buffet style breakfast was simple but good. The hotel is just off of a main street, with access...
"I am reluctant to give a good review because it was so good!"
reviewed 7 July 2010 by DenDub
I would recommend a change of name but apart from that the hotel was great :)
Good people with a great Italian restaurant next door. Its a converted small house with only 10 rooms and I'm worried that if I give a good review then I'm pretty sure I'll never get a room again!
I live in Holiday Inns for...
I stayed at the hotel for 2 nights on business. The location in Belgrano area was good (and safe), althogh it's 30 minutes from the center by subte.
The staff was friendly, but as I entered the room I saw the old fashioned furnitures (feels like I'm back in the '80), the matteress was so old, the hand towel was...