Tres65 Concept

Address: Tucuman, 900, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1049AAR, Argentina | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on Tucuman, 900, Buenos Aires, is near Museum of Pachamama and El Suri 4X4 Adventure & Overlanding.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTres65 Concept Buenos Aires

      Reviewed by chimuadvisor

      nice property located on the city center

      Reviewed Nov 12, 2012
      by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Location - Centro
      Trip Advisor - 4.0, #45 in Buenos Aires.
      Big, spacious rooms and apartments. Old Buenos Aires style building, with grand entranceway, high ceilings and ornate finishings with marble floors in common areas. Building is a little run down, and could do with a lick of paint. Good basic/standard option but not ideal for clients spending more $$. Location in the centre isn't ideal, close to obelisk - but a little dangerous at at night. Even was offered crack at the front door of the hotel at 1am on the way home. Politely declined. Our room was a little musty smelling due to the poor ventilation from the bathroom. Good hotel for groups of younger individuals due to the apartment style, and good for families (if they don't venture out too late at night!)

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Tres65 Concept Buenos Aires

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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