The Studio 409 is much more than a Studio!
...Because besides the comforts of the apartment, you can use other areas to enjoy whenever you wish! On the first floor there is a Coffee Bar -within the building- which offers buffet breakfast for a low price and with a careful attention.
There is also a lobby for common use, where you can relax, read, use the laptop and receive a visit. The terrace is also commonly used and has a grill, table and chairs. And the peculiarity of it is that from it you can see up close the beautiful dome that crowns the building.
The Studio 409 is a comfortable studio apartment with original parquet floor and 4 large windows overlooking a courtyard, so it is very bright but quiet and peaceful.
Fully furnished, equipped and decorated with great taste and excellent quality. It has air conditioning, heating, hot water, telephone with free local calls, safe, TV Sony Bravia LCD 32 ', audio and Internet wi-fi (throughout the building).
In the kitchen area there oven, 4 burner cooktop, microwave oven, electric kettle, coffee maker and kitchenware.
Although the property is offered for 2 people, no chairs, table, crockery and cutlery for 4. So you can get friends or business people, for which also has a comfortable living room set.
The Studio 409 is located on the 4th floor of a historic building over 100 years old, which was completely restored in 2006, respecting its architectural style French and preserving every detail and splendor typical of these buildings from the early twentieth century .
Its location -2 blocks from the Obelisk and 2 from the world-wide famous Teatro Colón is ideal for holidays or business trips, as you can walk to restaurants, bars, cinemas, theaters, 'milongas', museums, casinos and even to neighboring Puerto Madero, the most luxurious district of the city, on the banks of the Rio de la Plata (the widest river in the world).
St. Nicholas -well-known as Microcentro (Downtown)- is part of the historic center of the city founded in 1580 by Juan de Garay advance. Around the Plaza de Mayo today were built public buildings and primitive dwellings of the founders, many of which are still preserved. There is the historic Cabildo, the Casa Rosada (Government headquarters) and other regulatory bodies.
Currently this area is the center or 'heart' of Buenos Aires-called 'City porteña'-which accounts and business banking and highlights the Obelisk, Avenida 9 de Julio (the widest in the world, fully landscaped) the Metropolitan Cathedral and the famous Teatro Colón among other buildings.
In Corrientes Avenue is most cinemas and theaters in the city, where you can see all kinds of shows (including some of the music offered on Broadway). Another attraction of this area is the large number of restaurants and bars, many of them historic, as well as many museums and places to dance Tango with multilingual teachers!
A few blocks away is Puerto Madero, the newest and most luxurious district of the city located on the banks of River Originally built and preserving the appearance of the old docks of the port. Here are located the best 5 star hotels and a lot of restaurants offering-in addition to the traditional grilled Argentina-class international cuisine.
St. Nicholas is epicientro several subway lines and x its streets circulate many public transport lines which can be accessed anywhere in the City and the Greater Buenos Aires. The train terminals and long distance buses are a few minutes of this neighborhood, which by its accessibility is one of the most chosen by people traveling to Buenos Aires for business or vacation.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
Dec 1 2013 - Mar 31 2014
|extra night: $50 Notes: Guarantee deposit is required.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.