Giorgio's House Buenos Aires

Address: Rivadavia 5012, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1400, Argentina | 3 star hostel
 
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This 3 star hostel, located on Rivadavia 5012, Buenos Aires, is near Chinatown, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales (MACN), Microcentro, and Plaza Lavalle (Lavalle Square).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGiorgio's House Buenos Aires

    Reviewed by the5wynns

    We felt right at home.

    Reviewed May 12, 2014
    by (33 reviews) Pittsburgh , United States Flag of United States

    While Giorgio's House was being renovated, we stayed with friends of one of the hostel owner, Ana. Claudia and Fernando were our most excellent hosts. They welcomed us into their apartment in a residential neighborhood of BA. We felt safe walking around at night. There are plenty of restaurantsand grocery stores nearby. The apartment was spotless, the WiFi strong, the water hot and the hospitality top notch. We left feeling like we had family in BA. On our last night, Fernando and Claudia cooked up the BEST empanadas we had ever eaten for me and my family, We are planning to return to BA and will stay here again!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Giorgio's House Buenos Aires

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