Most Wanted Rooms

Double Rooms
Double Bedroom
$35a night

A nice double bedroomin the hearth of Buenos Aires.

  • Incl. breakfast
  • Maid Service
  • Computer
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Breakfast incl.
  • Private Bathroom
Rooms for 1 people
Triple Bedroom
$45a night

Are you coming with friends?If you are coming with friends or you just would like to share your bedroom with 2 other people, this would be the best option for you.

  • Incl. breakfast
  • Maid Service
  • Computer
  • Free Hi-Speed Wi-Fi
  • Computer
  • Shared Bathroom
rooms for 3 or more
Single Room
$29a night

Comfortable Private BedroomIf you don't want to share your stay in Buenos Aires with nobody but you, this would be the perfect option.

  • Breakfast Incl.
  • Maid Service
  • Computer
  • Free Hi-Speed Wi-Fi
  • Breakfast incl.
  • Bathroom

A great experience to live in a huge Argentinian family house

Argentinian Home

Exceptional Argentinian family house located in the Congreso neighbourhood. You will feel and live for yourself the real Argentine spirit. Drink Mate and learn Spanish living with a quiet and friendly Argentine family.


Facilities include individual rooms, central heating , air conditioning , maid service and private Wifi Internet connection.

Safe Location

Very nice family house located in Monserrat just 4 blocks away from Avenida 9 de Julio right in the hearth of Buenos Aires city.

Want to Learn Spanish?

We can also set you up with great Spanish courses in Buenos Aires being held in prestigious SPanish Institutes

What Our Visitors Experienced While Staying with us

Experience BA

Buenos Aires is a pretty big city and you will have lots of different things to do while you stay here. In order to see as many attractions as you can, we advice you to stay at least 5 days in the city so you have time to walk around and visit the most important tourist and non tourist places around.

One important thing to have in mind is the weather. Buenos Aires has 4 very different seasons in terms of temperature: Summertime (mid November-February) is very hot and temperatures can be be close to 90-100F or 30-40C. Winter time (May-August) can be as cold as 35-50F or 5-10C but never colder than that. It NEVER snows. So if you want to avoid those extreme weathers maybe it would be wise to come and visit during Springtime or Autumn. If you can't stay very long in the city and you won't have time to walk around, the best option would be to take the yellow city tour bus which will take you all around the city.

If you are a football/soccer then you definitely have to visit the River Plate Stadium which is the biggest sport's related construction of the city. It is located in one of the safest areas in Buenos Aires and you can arrive there by taking the city's yellow bus or public transportation. Opening hours are from 10am-7pm every day of the week.

The city is divided into neighbourhoods, the most recognized ones are: Monserrat,Palermo,Puerto Madero,Recoleta,San Telmo & El Caminito de La Boca. Each place has it's own history and architecture.
Palermo: orientated more for younger people, is full of bars, restaurants and clubs. It's divided in 3 different sub-areas (Hollywood for restaurants,soho where it's more residential, and Palermo Viejo) Monserrat & San Telmo: Typical Tango Style looking places full of historic places and tango dancing attractions. Puerto Madero: The newest neighbourhood in the city. It's a very nice and modern residential area with a mix of sky scrapers and big green parks. Recoleta: a trendy area full of exclusive brands and very nice European looking architecture all around.

Were you looking to rent apartments in Buenos Aires?