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Hotel Villa Victoria de Tigre
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Reviewed 10 April 2012

The house is comfortable, pleasant and is spotlessly clean. There is a magnificent sunny balcony from where you can look out onto the delightful garden while you eat. We were able to start our Argentine birdwatching trip by just walking around the garden! We stayed in the Nobel suite which was enormous with a sunny balcony and great bathroom. The staff were really helpful and spoke English, however, it was particularly kind of Carolina (who is the book keeper I think) for the time she took to help me with a long conversation in my beginner spanish. We enjoyed this hotel enormously. The only suggestion I would make, is that if you want to walk to the hotel from down town with a suitcase,(and I recommend it as a most pleasant walk), get a map from the tourist office and go via the riverside walk as the pavements are better that way, it is marginally longer but it is very pretty. We would love to stay here again. PS. The little dog who lives there is gorgeous and quiet.

Room Tip: Try for a room with a balcony
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 29 February 2012

The house is old and lovely, the room we had was smallish and clean with a separate lounge and generous shared area. Lovely pool and nice breakfast verandahs. There was a bit of a drama using the safe that we didn't need to be party to. Food seems to be a bit more recycled than I'm used to: on the first morning I picked up a piece of watermelon that should have been tossed out three days before. On the second morning the serving girl returned my ham and tomato to the communal plate - I'd left it waiting for my still-toasting bread next to the toaster (there'd been no serving utensils either and so I'd used my hands). The last day they were happy for us to leave our bags but wanted to charge extra for us to have a dip in the pool when we came to collect the bags "We keep the pool for paying guests". I had to wonder what we were if not paying guests. Nice just missing those little friendly extras.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 February 2012

Very pleasant place to stay, lots of character, nice rooms with terraces and great pool. A fair trek into Tigres on a hot day, but perfectly doable. Lovely, helpful staff. It is true about the dog barking at night, but I think that's likely to be a problem at any hotel in Tigres - there are a lot of dogs and they all seem to want to talk at night.
Only 2 minor criticisms - I would have liked a key to the gate so we could let ourselves in and out rather than having to ring the bell. The staff were never less than charming at having to come out to open the gate, but we felt as if we were a nuisance even though we weren't made to feel like that by the staff.
The other thing was the breakfast was a little heavy on the sweet stuff, whereas we would have preferred more of the fruit and croissant.
But very minor quibbles - overall a lovely hotel, very friendly and relaxing. Would recommend and would stay again.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank sandra_curry
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alicia_ge, Propietario at Hotel Villa Victoria de Tigre, responded to this reviewResponded 19 February 2012

Thanks for Your review Sandra.
We converted our house to a hotel just a few years ago and every opinion helps us to improve.
Yes Tigre is famos for its dogs walking around in the streets. Our dog Lola hopfully didn´t wake you up but sometimes she can´t resist greeting friends outside the gates. We are working on her!
We keep the gates closed as the hotel compounds are strictly for our guests. Anyone who feels unconfortable with the closed gate can ask for a key.
Hope to see you again if you make a new trip to Argentina
Greetings Bjorn & Alicia

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Reviewed 22 January 2012

We ended our Argentinian trip at Tigre and it was absolutely wonderful. The hotel is a sheer delight, in an excellent location with wonderful architecture plus the bonus of our room having a large modern bathroom with the best shower we experienced in Argentina. The addition of our own patio area was a real plus.

The owners Alicia & Bjorn and their staff are delightful and eager that you should enjoy your stay. Our lack of Spanish and occasional communication problems with some staff members was handled really well and the solution of a translating computer provided for tricky queries about the town.

I do agree with a previous critic that the sidewalks of Tigre are incredible and although we walked for miles it is advisable to watch where you are walking.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 January 2012

Wonderful bed; Gorgeous remodeled bathroom with enormous fluffy white towels - but faulty plumbing; Mediocre continental breakfast. Our room was in the front of the house, the street side. The traffic noise was bad. Don't walk from the train station - due to lousy sidewalks (really lousy), the walk is like some sort of pedestrian roller coaster obstacle course. A cab only costs $5 or so and is well worth it.

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  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank raymagee
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alicia_ge, Propietario at Hotel Villa Victoria de Tigre, responded to this reviewResponded 19 February 2012

Thanks for your review, sorry for a late answer.
It´s a pitty you didn´t tell us about the problem with the toilett in the Linne Suite and your breakfast preference when you stayed at Villa Victoria. Thanks to your comment the plumber fixed the toliett the following week. Our guests have very different breakfast preferences, the brasilians want a lot of fruits, scandinavians wants yougurt and cereals, argentinians like to have coffe with media lunas, the british prefer beacon and eggs etc. We change the brekfast buffe according to the guests we have for the moment and according the season. We do hope our guests tells us what they want to eat if they can´t find it on the breakfast buffe. It would be interesting to hear what you missed ........
Best regards Bjorn

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