Novel Hotel

Av. de Mayo 915, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, C1084AAE, Argentina | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovel Hotel Buenos Aires

Reviewed by missfit

Well-located, budget hotel.

Reviewed Mar 6, 2007
by (13 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Facilities fair to middling. Good location. Our room had a great view of a brick wall. But was hardly in it to worry.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Novel Hotel Buenos Aires

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires 2

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy on May 21, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... of people till some dude poked his head in the convo and started yelling at me. Tom was saying hit him Andrew, hit him. And just as I was about to do my famous one two into his throat, he said "where are you from?" And I said "Australia" and then he walked off. I was like "yeah what". All of us smashed it on the dance floor once again. I didn't know Tom could move let alone crip walk. Another awesome night. Got back in time for breakfast. It's good that we got something in ...

Buenos Aires, El Calafate & Perito Moreno Glac

A travel blog entry by salsta17 on Feb 18, 2014

52 photos

... other girls on their own - Catarina from Australia and Janet from Germany, but who lives in New York and is just about to start work at Macmillan (my old company). Then Louise and Pete from Northern England who I assumed were a couple but are actually just friends, Roz and Ian from Australia, who were a couple, John an Australian farmer and Connor from Canada. Monday alarm went at 4.30am not a great time to start the day, grabbed some breakfast and headed ...

Where's the tango?

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw on Dec 07, 2013

... only took an hour to reach the border, but we had to wait 3 hours until the border would open. There was a nearby cafe/souvenir shop who were the only people benefiting from this inconvenience.....they were raking it in! We finally crossed the border and reached our destination of El Calafate, where we would need to make our connection to Rio Gallegos. Unfortunately we missed our connection by a mere 15 mins, all because of the strikes. The next bus wouldn't ...

Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by fsorbie on Sep 23, 2013

27 photos

Woke up, everything fine again. Kept checking my phone was still there, i really really dont want to lose it. The breakfast wasnt very interesting, had a shower, and went back to the station. They dont have train tickets untill 24 oktober, or november for tucuman. So never mind that! I will cancel one night at this hostel and get the via bariloche bus to cordoba tomorrow night. I think buenos aires is more a place i would rather be with someone i know. Walked up ...

Finding Treasures and the Tango

A travel blog entry by 180degreessouth on Jun 12, 2013

5 photos

... treasures. We also stopped off in a bunch of antique shops looking for anything cool that caught our eye. I was loving the vintage leather jackets and furs and old clutches. Joe was on the hunt for an antique bottle opener to add to Clint's collection. He was in luck and we found a pretty special one that is unique to Buenos Aires. We also popped into a couple leather shops since we are on the hunt for leather jackets since they are ...

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