Ariston Hotel

Cordoba 2554, Rosario, Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, S2002KZH, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rosario

Me gusta Rosario muchisimo mas! (Rosario´s better)

A travel blog entry by mlbierle

So yesterday (the 2nd) I travelled to the city of Rosario with Olivia from Alaska and Jillian from Oregon. We took the Tienda Leon bus about 4 hours north to Rosario. I slept most of the way, and we arrived at the Ariston Hotel in downtown Rosario. A very nice hotel, and I stayed with Jillian from Oregon and Erica from Oregon. There are only 2 …

My knee!!!

A travel blog entry by adandgen


... length of the riverfront culminating in large bridge and pier system that offers spectacular views of the city, the river, and the surrounding wetland. Unfortunately we managed to enjoy very little of it, for two reasons: 1. We arrived in the morning, intending to spend the night in Rosario and take a bus to Buenos Aires the next morning for our flight the next afternoon. Having bought our bus ticket online at Rosario station, ...


A travel blog entry by dan51284


... partying at 5-7 and sleep. My body could only handle is routine for three days I gave up on the third night! The girls took good care of me and introduced me to around 15 of their friends over the course of my stay. We visited the Monumento de la Bandera that provides panoramic views of the city, had a picnic on the promenade alongside street performers and went to a couple of clubs on the nighttime. During the picnic I decided to go for a walk, I managed ...

Steppenwolfs, Born to be Wild and Che Guevara

A travel blog entry by arango


... in the west. Essentially, we started heading back to the West Coast, the beautiful Pacific!

About half way through our journey, it was very timely and serendipitous to be passing through the town of Rosario where Che Guevara was born. Rosario was a very cute town, and as we rode through we passed streets filled with trees blooming with purple flowers. The town was cleaning up after the annual ...


A travel blog entry by stevemayszak


It wouldn't be a trip to Argentina without an Asado. Our friend Sebastian invited us over. He also took us to the butcher, which was pretty cool and now I know how to order and where to get the best meat.

We were told that you can only drink Fernet Branca with regular coke. Any other coke and it would be a sin. Just as much as having any other kind of Fernet would be a sin. We followed orders. We got a few bottles of Fernet Branca and some ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Ariston Hotel Rosario

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good