Posts Tagged ‘Recoleta’

Renting an Apartment in Buenos Aires: Tips from a Reputable Agent

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Want to know the most the most common problems encountered when renting a furnished apartment in Buenos Aires? How about which neighborhoods to stay in and which to avoid? Or the best time of year to visit the city? To get answers to these and other questions about renting in BA, I interviewed a local [...]

Dance, Drink, Have Fun at Sahara Continent

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Sahara Continent is a fun, three-level nightclub in Recoleta. In the evening it doubles as a restaurant. Come here if you want to party, mix with locals and other tourists, and groove to reggaeton, pop and other club vibes. Sahara attracts a diverse crowd ranging in age from 20 to 35. The interior has an [...]

Best Neighborhoods for Tourists

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

What’s the best neighborhood in Buenos Aires? Well, the decision of where a person wants to live often comes down to a matter of taste, lifestyle and personal preference. That said, let’s take a look at my favorite neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, ranked in order from best to least-best. Palermo Palermo is probably the best [...]

My Experience at AAA Apartments in Recoleta

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008

AAA Apartments rents out a number of furnished studio apartments in a relatively new building near the corner of Austria and Pacheco de Melo. I spent a month in one of these apartments in 2007. The apartments aren’t large. I would guess about 350 square feet. But they are modern and reasonably comfortable with a [...]

Caesar Park Hotel Good but There are Better

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

The Caesar Park Hotel calls itself “one of the top hotels in Buenos Aires.” While this is an elegant hotel it is also one step down from the true top hotels in the city such as Park Hyatt, Four Seasons, Alvear Palace and Hotel Faena. I spent one night at Caesar Park this December. It’s [...]