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B&B Buenos Aires | La Perla

La Perla Bed and Breakfast Buenos Aires

Bed and Breakfast Buenos Aires | La Perla

Bed and Breakfast on the best location in the center of Buenos Aires.

Bed and Breakfast Buenos Aires | La Perla is located in a more than a century old building in the historic center of Buenos Aires, between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo and a few blocks from Puerto Madero, with many bars and restaurants in the neighborhood and with 3 subway lines around the corner.

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Bed and Breakfast La Perla offers you a quiet environment in the heart of the citycenter.
With our advice and help you'll enjoy all the benefits of Buenos Aires without worries.

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"I really liked La Perla. It's full of character, from the lift that reminded me of old buildings in Johannesburg, to the high pressed ceilings and wooden floors. l love old character buildings, so the place really appealed to me. I'm a difficult person to cater for, as I have food allergies, but they went out of their way to assist. I appreciated all the effort put into advising me about where to go. I also appreciated all the information about local Argentinian-related issues, as I generally try and understand the placed I travel to. The location is just perfect for exploring the city on foot. It's basic; no television or even coffee facilities. But the beauty and simplicity of the accommodation more than makes up for it. I regret not having being able to take advantage of the tango nights, but it was impossible to explore the city during the day and do justice to the nightlife too. It wasn't anonymous; it gives you an insight into why people choose to live in this very appealing city, in spite of political and economic instability. So it wasn't a stay; it was a learning experience, and that, after all, is what travel should be about. Otherwise you don't grown through travel, and then what's the point of travelling?"