We stayed four nights at Rachel's in the lavendar room. So comfortable, clean, and quiet. If you don't rent the flat you'll be sharing with the person who's rented the other room, but the apartment is accomodating. Nice to have access to a kitchen, and Rachel made sure there was plenty of food for us while we were there (yogurt, cereal, fruit). She's a lovely woman and was terrific about meeting us, letting us in, showing us around, and being warm and receptive. If we return to Buenos Aires we'll definitely stay here again. The location isn't as sexy as other parts of the city, but it's easy to walk to those parts, and you're in a funky district. Bathroom is dark and a little funky, but plenty of hot water.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- El Jardin del Tango has two casas, both close to subtes and buses and within 15 mins walking distance of Obelisco, Recoleta and Abasto. Guest rooms have air conditioning - important in our hot, humid summer. Our rooms are available on a single or double basis, or Casa Jasmin is available for your exclusive use at a special rate. Great for tango dancers, first time visitors to Buenos Aires, international students (especially those who come to learn Spanish), or conferences. ... more less