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Conveniently located in the heart of Buenos Aires, minutes from the main shopping venues and attractions of the city centre, the Apart Lima 265 is the ideal base for holidaymakers and business travellers alike.This Buenos Aires accommodation provides comfortable rooms within easy reach...
We want there and they gave the invoice so late and did not have good Internet facility and no English speaking person was there...we get room in afternoon and do not get the room for 2 hours...very poor facility... and no breakfast included...More
Thank Rakhi A
Response from Recepcionistas A, Director de Recepción at Apart Lima 265 - Edificio ACARAResponded 5 May 2017
Thank you for your comments. I'm Pepe and I was who greet you at check in. I can imagine how sad you may feel after loosing your camera in a distraction. I feel sorry for that but I think that it doesn't entitle you to...More
Despite saying that there is internet access, in practice there isn't. If you manage to get a connection, the speed is so slow that is useless. Therefore, if you do need internet don't go. The carpets are very dirty and worn. These are the bad...More
Thank George P
Response from Recepcionistas A, Director de Recepción at Apart Lima 265 - Edificio ACARAResponded 4 January 2017
Thank you for taking time to leave your comments and personal experience. Internet access is working, and covers all common areas and our dining room. We provide our passengers with a courtesy PC at the lobby and wired internet in all our rooms. We're sorry...More
Comfortable, good breakfast (excellent croissants or medialunas!), very well situated as it is close to most places to see in Buenos Aires. The room was clean, comfortable, with good air conditioning. Ours was big enough for a family of 6.More
Thank Carolina d
Response from Recepcionistas A, Director de Recepción at Apart Lima 265 - Edificio ACARAResponded 29 April 2016
It's good to know that our value, location and medialunas! matched what you sought when you chose an apart hotel for your family. That's exactly our goal and when you, our clients, took some time of your precious daily time to write a review like...More
We booked this place looking at the pics and reviews, please don't be fooled with this. This place was the worst we have seen in our travels, The day we checked in the temperature was close to 33C and almost 40C with the humid ex,...More
Response from Recepcionistas A, Director de Recepción at Apart Lima 265 - Edificio ACARAResponded 13 January 2016
This "critic" come from a passenger that made a "no show", just one person appeared and told me in English that he would rather prefer to change his check in to January 2nd. 2016 (originally December 28, 2016) , since he has booked one room...More
This is a cozy, nice, clean and complete apartment in Buenos Aires, the building is safe, is close to museums, restaurants and bars. The service is good and the price you pay is excellent. Don't spend your money in a hotel, stay in this nice...More
Thank Patti V
Response from Recepcionistas A, Director de Recepción at Apart Lima 265 - Edificio ACARAResponded 18 September 2014
Waaaaw! Thank you for your comments! Your time to leave an opinion (and such a good one) encourages us to give our best and boost our energy to achieve our goals.
As part of the historic quarter of Buenos Aires, Montserrat is defined by the historical events that took place there and the landmarks that have stood the test of time. The Plaza de Mayo is at the center of this connection to history: countless public demonstrations have passed through this square, going back to the May Revolution of 1810. Walking the streets of Montserrat allows us to imagine what Buenos
Aires may have looked like in the past: the Cabildo takes us back to the late 16th century, while the Palacio Barolo and the traditional cafés carry us to the early 20th. Nowadays, the neighbourhood is inundated every day by office workers, buses, and taxis; still, the cobblestones, narrow sidewalks, and subway stations from the 1910s remind us that we are surrounded by history everywhere we look.