Hotel Globales Republica Wellness & Spa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Globales Republica Wellness & Spa Buenos Aires
I really enjoyed my stay there. The service is great and they offer excursions that I could not do as there was no availability for me to stay more than 1 night. Too popular a place!
Rooms were quite and bathroom clean.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Globales Republica Wellness & Spa Buenos Aires
Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... plaza. We end up in a non descript place with - for the first time - food I don't like because it is not fresh. The next day we spend driving through the Buenos Aires' Monday morning traffic. The character of the city has changed completely. Streets are choked with traffic. The number of taxis has now increased to millions and noisy buses come in green, red, yellow and a bunch of other colors. Men work on the treets, some poor people gather paper and boxes on small carts, ...
We walk from the center of the city into the fancy neighborhood of Recoleta, going from the famous Teatro Colón to the well known Recoleta Cemetery. So my morning started of with a walk down julio av, until I reach the meeting point of free walks of Buenos Aires at Plaza Estado del Vaticano. Quickly recognised the Orange shirts on the guides in the background, but going towards them, I ...
... to a nearby packed steak house. It was our first proper experience of Argentine steak and it did not disappoint - they have perfected grilling beef, instilling a salty smoky outer layer to the meat. James had previously taken some Spanish lessons and was able to hold a conversation with the locals. That proved particularly useful the following day when he brokered us a good deal on the black market to exchange up our dollar. In total we exchanged US$600 for around 7500 ...
... by the huge wash thrown up by the tourist boats like ours, as you can see in the photos. Don’t they have any rules?
It’s not all pretty….
After that, a couple of photos of the less salubrious side of Buenos Aires- huge cardboard, tarpaulin and tin slum areas beside the railway and motorway, rivalling anything we have seen in Rio or Cape Town. ...
... fresh Italian pasta joints, our favorite food to eat while in BA. We had also stopped for salad greens at one of BA's many Chinese owned groceries. So, after seeing the end of Germany's annihilation of Brazil, we enjoyed dinner together and called it a day, the last of Eli's eighth year.
Eli's 9th birthday was filled with LOTS of celebrating, more than any regular ninth birthday party. July 9th, the first day of Eli's 10th year on the planet ...