- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:2
- Min Stay:7
- Pets Allowed:No
- internet access
- linens provided
- high speed internet
- towels provided
- wireless internet
- air conditioning
- cable tv
- stereo system
- city/skyline views
BEATUFULL APARTMENT IN RECOLETA
On the lower floor has got a couch which can be converted into a bed. A table with four modern blue chairs, a wooden furniture with a TV on it and stereo music equipment.
The kitchen has a table and cupboards complete with crockery and cutlery. It also has a microwave oven and fridge. Upstairs is the bedroom with 2 single beds, a nightstand and bathroom with shower
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This first floor one bedroom apartment is located in the heart of Recoleta, one of the most sophisticated barrios in Buenos Aires.
The living room has a sofa with a pull out bed and a three door built-in closet The bedroom contains a King size bed (1.5×1.9).
The full bathroom has a bathtub with shower. The kitchen contains a marble slab countertop, a refigerator with freezer, microwave, kitchenware, and tableware for four. The apartment is equipped with Wi-Fi, cable, telephone, kitchen ware, tableware, 100% Cotton linens and towels.
Nearby attractions include the Recoleta Cemetary, the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Pilar, The National Museum of Fine art, and the iconic Alvear Palace Hotel.
You'll Find Recoleta is the place to be in Buenos Aires, since it's the most traditional neighbourhood and it's half way from Palermo, San Telmo, La Boca and the rest areas with lots of public transport at hand.
Recoleta is one of the most residential neighborhood in the city; it's an area of great historical and architectural interest, due, particularly to the Recoleta Cemetery located 4 blocks away from the place. It is really the cultural center of the city.
Lot's of shopping, dining and wining are available in Recoleta. And in case you want to get to know some other neighbourhood, the “D Metro Line” of the Buenos Aires Subway passes through LA Recoleta as many other bus lines.
Together with some sections of the neighboring communities of Retiro and Palermo, Recoleta is part of the area known as Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires, a traditional residential zone for the city’s most affluent families, where a great portion of the cultural life of the city is concentrated.
FYI Lot's of Tango in this area, there's a different Milonga for each day of the week and it's up to you to make it happen and come to Buenos Aires!
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