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Hostel Inn Buenos Aires - Hostel Buenos Aires - Argentina

Set in an old three-story mansion in historic San Telmo, Hostel Inn Buenos Aires is a quality choice for those in tune with the Hostelling International philosophy, namely live, funky party hostels with an abundance of available activities. With about 65 beds in four, six and eight-bed dormitories, as well as a few doubles, the hostel has a homey feel replete with crimson walls and a wood-floor lounge and TV room remnant of a Buddha Bar. A small rooftop terrace houses occasional Argentine barbecues, while several of the dorm rooms have balconies overlooking Umberto Primo. All of the rooms are air-conditioned, a big plus in the searing summer months, and most are spacious, with high ceilings and nice wood floors. Among the activities offered are tango shows, bike tours, access to nightclubs and a five-on-five futbol match between hostel staff and residents. A travel agent within the building can help arrange future travel plans.

Humberto Primo 820
San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina


This Hotel is: Budget

Hotel Amenities, Services and Facilities Breakfast Included, Community Kitchen, Laundry Service, Internet Facilities - Free, 24-Hour Reception, Safe in Reception or Rooms, Travel Info Desk, Lounge, Book Exchange - Free, Luggage Storage, Airport Pickup - Extra Charge, Linens Included, Non-Smoking Rooms, 24-Hour Hot Water, Bicycle Rental, Common Room, Telephone/Fax Facilities, BBQ Area

Room Prices:
Price Description:Dorm-$12


Discounts for Hostelling International members

Contact Information:
Phone: 54-11-4-300-7992 / 7993
E-mail: reservas(at)

Other Hostels in San Telmo that may be of interest: Ostinatto Hostel, Garden House Art Factory, Hostel Nomade II, Avenue Hostel, Hostel Nomade, Hostel Carlos Gardel, Antico Hostel Boutique, Hostal de Granados, Hotel Varela and Art Factory.

By Andrew Behrendt
Took my first road trip at one month old, and haven't really stopped since. Highlights include mountains in Nepal, train rides in China, wig schools...
09 Jan 2008

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