$35 per night
$35 per night
Rincon de Los Suspiros - Guesthouse, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rincon de Los Suspiros - Guesthouse

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Pasaje Giuffra 358 - 3 C

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Description - Guesthouse

The house in which the apartment is located is a classic late-19th century porteño (Buenos Aires) building and was once the residence of Ángel della Valle (1855-1903), one of the great Argentine realist painters of that century.

Entering from the street, visitors pass through a airy passageway to the apartment located at the back of the building. Visitors are then greeted by an verdant private patio onto which all rooms look.

The apartment itself is composed of:

  a large living room with 4. 5m-high ceilings, exposed brick walls, parquet floor and individually-made artisanal furniture

  an ample kitchen with a large, industrial cooker

  a nice guestbedroom with the bathroom beside

  the owners live in the second floor

guest bedroom

The following services are included:

  Telephone connection for local calls
  WIFI
  Gas heating
  full equipped kitchen
  television with local channels
  breakfast

Pasaje Giuffra is situated within the historic centre of Buenos Aires, only three blocks from Plaza Dorrego and 15 minutes walk from both Plaza de Mayo and Parque Lezama. Its location is perfect for visiting the historic La Boca neighbourhood (5 minutes by bus), swanky Puerto Madero and the Costanera nature reserve (both 5 minutes on foot) and the beautiful Avenida de Mayo that links the Casa Rosada and Congress. The Buquebus ferry terminal for services to Uruguay is 15 minutes by tram and the railway hubs of Constitución (for trains to La Plata) and Retiro (trains to Retiro and Chinatown) and a short bus ride away. Pasaje Giuffra joins Paseo Colon, from where numerous bus services run.

Subway lines close by include:
  Line A (Plaza de Mayo station)
  Line C (Independencia station)
  Line D (Catedral station)
  Line E (Bolívar and Independencia stations)

The space
  • Property type: Guesthouse
  • Guest rooms/units: 4
Guesthouse accommodations

Lowest price available: $35

Double Private Room Standard Studio Twin
  • Check-in: noon
  • Check-out: noon

Guesthouse amenities

The house in which the apartment is located is a classic late-19th century porteño (Buenos Aires) building and was once the residence of Ángel della Valle (1855-1903), one of the great Argentine realist painters of that century.

Entering from the street, visitors pass through a airy passageway to the apartment located at the back of the building. Visitors are then greeted by an verdant private patio onto which all rooms look.

The apartment itself is composed of:

  a large living room with 4. 5m-high ceilings, exposed brick walls, parquet floor and individually-made artisanal furniture

  an ample kitchen with a large, industrial cooker

  a nice guestbedroom with the bathroom beside

  the owners live in the second floor

24-hr front desk Airport pickup BBQ area Beauty salon Bicycle rental Breakfast included Children permitted Currency exchange Express checkout Free local phonecalls Gameroom Historic site Internet access Linen included Multi-lingual staff Newspapers/magazines Open 24 Hours Pets allowed Room service Smoking permitted Taxi service Tour/sightseeing assistance Voltage converters

Room amenities

A/C climate control Backpacker facilities Clock radio Fax service Internet access Smoking rooms


Neighborhood

Pasaje Giuffra is one of the most historic narrow cobbled streets in the equally historic barrio of San Telmo. A short street that was first created in 1840, its early 19th century architecture remains almost unaltered and, as in the past, it plays a significant role in the life of this bohemian neighbourhood. In earlier times its buildings, now transformed into bars, theatres and a university were residences for the city elite. Many of the buildings still resist the passage of time and conserve an essence of the past. For their location and age, Pasaje Giuffra and Pasaje San Lorenzo, located on the other side of Avenida Independencia, ought to share similar characteristics. Whereas Pasaje San Lorenzo, however, is a shadow of its former self, Pasaje Giuffra has maintained much of its former glory due to the presence of the University of Cinema and La Scala theatre and a still-homogenous set of buildings almost untainted by modern development. The view towards the Faculty of Engineering on Paseo Colon is particularly impressive. At the other end of the street on Calle Defensa (Defensa Street) is the former ‘Cecil’ cinema, now an attractive antiques market. The street also connects to Calle Balcarce, which marks the site of the former riverbank of the Río de La Plata before the city was extended into the river through land reclamation and the construction of Puerto Madero. On the corner of Balcarce and Giuffra stands a handsome ex-tanguería (tango club).


Policies
Price details

$35 - 60 per night

Credit cards accepted on location: VisaVisa ElectronMasterCardAmerican ExpressPayPal

Available discounts

10%

Location - Guesthouse

Pasaje Giuffra 358 - 3 C
Buenos Aires
Distrito Federal (Ciudad AutonĂ³ma de Buenos Aires)
Argentina  1141

Latitude: -34.61786, Longitude: -58.37102

How to get there

Pasaje Giuffra is situated within the historic centre of Buenos Aires, only three blocks from Plaza Dorrego and 15 minutes walk from both Plaza de Mayo and Parque Lezama. Its location is perfect for visiting the historic La Boca neighbourhood (5 minutes by bus), swanky Puerto Madero and the Costanera nature reserve (both 5 minutes on foot) and the beautiful Avenida de Mayo that links the Casa Rosada and Congress. The Buquebus ferry terminal for services to Uruguay is 15 minutes by tram and the railway hubs of Constitución (for trains to La Plata) and Retiro (trains to Retiro and Chinatown) and a short bus ride away. Pasaje Giuffra joins Paseo Colon, from where numerous bus services run.

Subway lines close by include:
  Line A (Plaza de Mayo station)
  Line C (Independencia station)
  Line D (Catedral station)
  Line E (Bolívar and Independencia stations)
Close to "Retiro" Station and "Constitucion" Station
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