Howard Johnson 9 De Julio Avenue

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The hotel rises on the Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the widest in the world due to their characteristic central boulevard, a few blocks from the emblematic Obelisco. Located in one of the historic districts of the City, steps from the Government House Casa Rosada, Avenida de Mayo and the National Cong...

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The hotel rises on the Avenida 9 de Julio, one of the widest in the world due to their characteristic central boulevard, a few blocks from the emblematic Obelisco. Located in one of the historic districts of the City, steps from the Government House Casa Rosada, Avenida de Mayo and the National Congress. Near from the popular San Telmo neighborhood, which has an important historical preservation of Buenos Aires and antiques fairs, cafes and charming of 19th century and the oldest and most important Church of colonial era. Minutes away from Puerto Madero where you can take time out or enjoy a v...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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visit around x-mas

Reviewed 5 january, 2020

The hotel is located close to Monserrat and 9 july street. The hotel is nice looking and nicely furnished. Personnel is pleasant , but speaks mainly spanish. The hotel is good quality for reasonable money. There is a good restaurant Manela , with very good food, but service again only in spanish. so learn a few words. Overall good quality for very reasonable money

giessenjo

Not terrible but I Wouldn’t go back...

Reviewed 8 november, 2018

Location: not so good Cleanliness: good Staff: alright What I honestly can’t get past is how awful breakfast was...😱 there was not much, the bananas were practically black, then when I ask for fried eggs the waiter brought some burnt eggs! I ask if I could get a new order cause, how can I eat those right? Well, he wasn’t sure what I meant when I said I just didn’t want my eggs burn like that... after 10 minutes he came back with my eggs and those were “just a bit burn” and since I felt bad saying something else I said those were ok... You wouldn’t believe how relieved he looked! He said “Great, cause the staff in the kitchen wasn’t sure of how you wanted them” 😭

86DiB

Great location in the heart of the City

Reviewed 11 october, 2018

We stayed there for a second time for 10 days as it was an ideal location for business activities with good access to the highways. Front Desk Hotel staff as well as the restaurant staff were all fantastic and friendly. A few interesting moments with a number of Demonstrations throughout our 2 week stay made things rather interesting....100's of thousands of Argentinians chanting and marching towards the Parliament building converging on the 9 De Julio Avenue and often right infront of the hotel. Apparently this happens on a regular basis. Room decor is a bit tired but acceptable given the age of the building. Our suite allowed plenty of room and comfort. Internet sometimes kicks out and is a bit weak but workable. Parking nearby was convenient as was plenty of shopping locations. We are quite seasoned travelers but one advise though if staying in the big city of Buenos Aires is to remove all jewelry such as necklaces as my wife had her small necklace ripped off by 2 hooligans during a daytime demonstration of a huge crowd. We were OK but left us a bit shaken. For the remaining time we moved out to the suberbs out in Pilar.

Paul K

Underwhelming

Reviewed 25 june, 2018

We booked this hotel for one night before embarking on a cruise. We picked the hotel because it was advertised as being in a good location and within 7 minutes of the pier. The hotel itself has a dark, old lobby and the front office staff speak almost no English. They were very nice and tried really hard to communicate using cell phones to translate. If you don't speak Spanish, they really can only check you in and out. In other words, no restaurant recommendations, tango show reservations, etc. The rooms were small, clean, so adequate for an overnight stay. The restaurant upstairs is basic, but the food fresh and tasty. The location is okay. The nearest attractions, the Obelisk and Theatro Colon, are about a 3/4-mile walk which wouldn't be bad if it was hot and humid. Anything else will require a taxi cab ride. Overall, not bad, but definitely basic.

globetrekkerphx

Black mold. No WiFi. No ventilation.

Reviewed 21 october, 2017

Positives: -not sold out at 6 PM day of arrival -reasonable price Negatives: -no working WiFi (they have different routers set up named after the floor they are on; none worked) -no working air flow, broken ventilation system, slept in an 80 degree room after shutting window because street noise was too loud -bathroom covered in black mold -they did not have my reservation in the computer when I arrived, which is going to cause all kinds of problems for my Wyndham account

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