Argenta Tower Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsArgenta Tower Hotel And Suites Buenos Aires
On a lovely street and has beautiful architecture loved how it had a kitchen big, bed, rooms and bathroom.
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Huge city twice the size of Rio 20th largest city in the world nicked named "alpha city". Very classical had a lot of latin american architecture. Served a lot of french food and the staff were lovely. Can't believe the hotel I stayed in used to be a lighthouse and had better french toast than the french when I visited Paris.
... being pointed out. We did really like La Boca. It's one of the most dangerous parts of the city but also one of the nicest. Unlike the city there was hardly any trash on the ground. There's a lot personality in this area of the city unlike the rest of the city. There's a main pedestrian area called La Caminita. It's got lots of coloured buildings and dummies hanging out the windows. It was a lot of fun wandering around that area. We ate lunch at a restaurant that had tango dancers, ...
... s smaller case. However after being assured we'd get it later on the day of arrival and it not appearing I did have a pretty much sleepless night worrying about it & making mental lists of what we'd need to do to replace things. There is nothing irreplaceable but its horrible arriving somewhere hot & not having a change of clothes & toiletries. Anyway next morning, Sunday we headed for the park & the falls ( in case you're wondering we ...
... It takes up a whole city block.
We hopped on the subway - which was very clean and well maintained, a train was just leaving as we arrived, but it was only about a 5 minute wait until the next train pulled up. We rode for just a few stops to the end of the line. We came up in the heart of the downtown - May Square. Martin quickly pointed out City Hall, Cathedral, National Bank and The Pink House and said "Turista express, ok, let's go". I get the feeling ...
... he overheard one of the United directing agents mention the kiosks. I had asked he was international, but when he asked if he could check in that way - I directed him to the right kiosks ( he tried to go to the wrong ones) in hopes he could jump the line to drop off his bags and make it to his flight. Everything seemed to be working well for him until I made it to the security line and the same guy was just a mere 10 people in front of me! By this point it was 5:10pm ( ...