Bonito is a great, quirky, arty, B&B, close to some great restaurants, bars & entertainment. It's only a few blocks from Plaza Dorrégo with it's nightly tango dancing, eateries & bars, plus it's walking distance to Puerto Madero & Plaza de Mayo.
The staff were wonderful, friendly & helpful, Yanina booked us on several tours & recommended places to visit.
Breakfast was fantastic, fresh squeezed juice, coffee, breads & croissants, sliced meats & cheeses, dulcé de leché, fresh fruit, & the company of other travellers- we met some wonderful people, who we have since visited in their home town in Austria!
The rooms are quirky, comfortable & clean, yes- they could use a little maintenance, but it was so cheap, & we loved it! Probably not the place to stay if you have knee problems- there are a lot of stairs, but they enabled us to continue eating those mammoth breakfasts & not feel too guilty!
We stayed 5 days, & would definitely stay again if in Buenos Aires!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Five elegant suites surrounded by stunning roof gardens set in a newly restored art nouveau townhouse. All rooms uniquely styled, with antique furnishings, en-suite wet-rooms and modern fittings, and two have private gardens. In the heart of San Telmo, the historical district of central Buenos Aires. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo Hotel Buenos Aires
- Cocker Buenos Aires