We went to BA to an Argentinian associate's meeting, and we went mad with the whole city. 9 de Julio is a central place to stay if you're looking for XIX, and early XX architecture. Personally I were crazy about the Palazzo Barolo and his story, and two of my partners were…
I really liked this large loft room. We had three. Our daughter ended up on a couch on lower floor, because they did not properly save our room that slept three. But it was comfortable and we never changed rooms. It’s nice to have the space. Very nice front desk. Very helpful.…
This, like every big city is mad, and 9deJ is precisely in the middle of all that mumble jumble, and profound rumble of BAires. Nevertheless, when you step inside since the very moment you go through hotel door, peace come to you. We love BAires, and we've loved 9deJ!
large room mainly because of the mezzanine level where the bed and bathroom are situated so then the dining and kitchen are beneath.if you don't want to climb stairs to your bed do not stay here.However we enjoyed the layout and space of the room.Breakfast very good. Breakfast…
Comfortable and friendly staff wouldn't hesitate to stay again. Very modern and well situated to all the touristy spots.The room was nice with a wet bar/fridge and the bed was a loft upstairs.24 hour reception speaks english and is very helpful.
"The room was nice with a wet bar/fridge and the bed was a loft upstairs."
"ask for a corner room overlooking the Avenida 9 de Julio.."
"Try to get rooms on high floors, all rooms have fridge /microwave if you to be self sufficient. "
"None. It was a two level with bed and bath upstairs. It also had a kitchen unit."
"request high floors as you are on the largest avenue in the world. book 2 more 'beds' than you need, so if 4 of you book 6 room"