By Buenos Aires standards, this unit is huge. It is basically a townhouse design of only one unit, as opposed to the more typical apartment building. After ascending the stairs, one reaches the main floor. The living room is large with a lovely wood floor and French door windows facing the street. The kitchen is also spacious and fairly well equipped by Argentina standards. No dishwasher, but that is normal. There is a small guest bathroom. Also on this floor is the second bedroom, again spacious, with an en suite bath and plenty of closet space.
Another set of stairs takes you to a level, which has a comfortable seating area with a couch that could be a bed. The large master bedroom on this floor has an ensuite bath with jacuzzi tub. The bed is comfy and glass doors open to a terrace sheltered from the street by a wall. Again, nice wood floors,
One of the best features of this apartment is that both bedrooms are buffered from street noise, making them exceptionally quite for Buenos Aires. This is a big deal.
Last, but not least, a short set of stairs takes you to the large roof terrace, which has chairs for lounging and a large barbecue grill.
To top off the experience, Sabine the owner was a good communicator and extremely kind and accommodating. The on site manager is her mother-in-law, Mercedes, who handled check in and check out like a real pro. Absolutely no hassles.
The location is Villa Crespo, not Palermo proper. This means there are not a lot of shops and restaurants in the immediate area. It is also means a lot less traffic. Palermo proper is a ten minute easy walk.
Oh, the wifi is fast because you are not sharing the connection.
All in all, a really good choice for Buenos Aires.
The only real caveat is the stairs, which are not appropriate for people with disabilities or in poor shape. (We are over 70 and had no problem, but we are pretty fit.)
The author of this review was a senior manager in the resort industry for over 25 years and has stayed at many VRBO properties.