About this listing
The apartment is located on a beautiful building from the beginning of 1900 on the most famous avenue in Argentina, the wide 9 de Julio! There is one double bed in the only bedroom, and the sofa in the living room turns into another double bed.
During my time living abroad, I've always dreamt of having my own place in Buenos Aires. For years I looked and looked for it. When I found it I knew it was the place I dreamt of. The wooden windows and floors, the high ceilings, the natural light that comes in all day, the peace and quiet of the apartment in spite of being located on a building situated in the most famous avenue of the city, the views towards the garden of the "Conferencia Episcopal" Palace and the Cavanagh Building in the distance (the first skyscraper in Latin America and a landmark of the city) are all things that drove me instantly towards this place. I used this apartment as my permanent home only for a short time and now I am very excited to share it with visitors from all over the world. I hope you can call this place "home" and that you enjoy your stay in this incredible city I love so much!
WiFi * Flat screen TV * Cable TV * Air conditioning in the living room * Telephone for local calls * Fridge * Kitchen with oven * Microwave * Utensils * Cutlery * Cooking tools * Toaster * Towels * Sheets and blankets * Hair dryer * Washing machine * Vacuum cleaner * Iron * Maps * Public transportation card (SUBE)
The apartment and all its equipment is for the use of the guests.
Interaction with guests
In most cases I will be the one meeting you for check-in and check-out and answering any questions you have upon arrival. I am available at any time in case you want recommendations and suggestions on things to do, where to go, how to get around, etc. In urgent cases you can always get in touch with me on my mobile phone.
Although my favorite means of transportation is on foot, sometimes you will want to explore a bit further, as Buenos Aires is such a big city! In this case, the area is extremely well connected with lots of public bus lines (colectivos) running along both the 9 de Julio Avenue (on the Metrobus stops in front of the building) and along Santa Fe Avenue (50 mts away from the building). The Metro is also very close either in plaza San Martin (3 blocks away) or in the Obelisco (6 blocks away). All my guests will receive my own public transportation card (called SUBE) which they can charge with money in most kiosks and can be used in all public transportation to travel with 50% discount of the normal fares. This card needs to be returned on check-out day together with the keys. If you are coming by car, there are 2 private parking garages around the corner and a public one in Plaza Libertad (across the street). If you are hesitant about public transportation, dozens of taxis per minute drive by the door of the building, I recommend taking "radio taxis" always, you can read on the cars' sides and roofs to which radio taxi company they belong. If it doesn't say "radio taxi" I normally don't take it.
Check-in time is from 2pm.
El check-out time is until 11am.
Smoking is not allowed.
Pets are not allowed.
When you go out, the main entrance of the building needs to be locked after 8pm until 8am.
You are welcome to enjoy the books and magazines at home, but please remember to put them back in the bookshelves after reading. Some of them I bought in my trips to foreign countries and I would not be able to find them in Argentina.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
Soy Argentina, tengo 34 años. Trabajo en turismo (empresa de cruceros fluviales), me gusta mucho conocer personas de otros paises y compartir sus culturas, me gustan los idiomas, la musica, tocar la guitarra y sacar fotos. Pasiones: yoga, y chocolate. :)
Vivía en Basilea, Suiza, hasta 2014, me casé en 2015 y ahora vivo con mi maido José y mi labradora "Brea" en Pergamino, provincia de Buenos Aires!