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It's a spacious and comfortable room for one person, with everything you need to enjoy a pleasant stay.
There is a one size bed with a bedside table that is wide and you can use as a desk with two chairs to study, work or enjoy your meals.
It has a mezzanine (where there is another single bed) and a closet with shelves to store your things. There is also a bookshelf with several shelves at your disposal.
It has air conditioning and heating during the winter so you can enjoy a good stay throughout the year.
It has direct communication with the terrace so it is a bright, ventilated and quiet space.
Location: Venezuela St. between Chacabuco y Piedras St.
It is an old house with two floors. On the first floor there are several rooms connected by an internal courtyard full of plants. Going up the external staircase you will find the bedroom next to the bathroom and another room with a small kitchen and table with chairs at your disposal. It has a big shared terrace with grill where you can enjoy relaxing time.
The main kitchen is on the ground floor, it is very well equipped, with refrigerator, oven, cupboards and all the necessary kitchen utensils to prepare your meals. It has a big table and a TV.
On the top floor next to the room there is a small bathroom with handwash, W.C. and shower for shared use with other possible guests. On the ground floor there is another bathroom with bathtub that is shared with the hostess.
Rent includes all bills and expenses (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet access, change of sheets and towels, and weekly cleaning service).
Rent also includes full use of the home's facilities:
Vilma tells us: "It's vintage but cool and very comfortable. An oasis near the busy downtown. It's a tradtional house with a patio and spacious environments, dining room and kitchen for common use."
Vilma tells about the neighborhood: "A neighborhood to visit, between nostalgia and memories. It's near the historic center of Plaza de Mayo, with buildings of old Buenos Aires. There is the Casa Rosada, the Cabildo, the Cathedral and other colonial churches. It is a neighborhood with cultural and tourist attractions, with nearby theaters, museums, fairs, nightlife in restaurants and bars. It's an area with a lot of activity, traveled by people who live, work and visit (tourists). The house has a good location, since it has access to public transport to get around the city. It is a few blocks away from the subway lines, two blocks from the 9 de Julio metrobus (emblematic avenue of the city) where 11 bus lines circulate joining Constitución and Retiro. Towards the other side, you will find the Metrobus of the Bajo de Paseo Colón where 30 bus lines circulate connecting Retiro and the south of the city, encouraging the connection between the different means of transport (subways, trains, buses and eco bikes) communicating the neighborhoods of Retiro, Puerto Madero, San Telmo and pedestrian Microcentro."
San Telmo is an area that includes some of the oldest parts of the city and it is one of Buenos Aires' most traditional neighborhoods. It was originally inhabited by members of the Argentine high society, but it was abandoned in 1871 due to the yellow fever outbreak and some of its beautiful mansions were transformed into the famous conventillos (tenements). Nowadays, San Telmo stands out for its antique and avant-garde, vintage shops, its tango culture, its restaurants with unique styles, its squares and narrow cobblestone streets, where many visitors choose to rent rooms. One of the favourite touristic place is Plaza Dorrego, where there is a famous antiques fairing, shops and tango shows on week-ends.
Nowadays, San Telmo stands out for both, its antique and avant-garde shops, its tango culture, its restaurants with unique styles, and its squares and narrow cobblestone streets where many visitors choose to rent rooms. You can find rooms in old buildings and large, well-lit vintage houses with high ceilings.
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Vilma is 58 years old and a plastic artist. She likes painting. She defines herself as a warm, sociable and carful person.
She tells us: "I am a plastic artist and although I remain in permanent contact with my profession, I have been an administrative employee for several years. I live in a big house that I used to share with my husband and children. I currently live permanently with my 26 years old daughter, Elvirita."
Vilma also rents another room in her house. She has 3 cute dogs.
Languages spoken in the house
Spanish / English /
Nearby modes of transportation
TrainConstitución and Retiro stations with many train lines, 15 blocks
SubwayBelgrano Station, line E, one block