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Room: large ensuite room with dressing area, comfy bed, air-con, ceiling fan, in-room safe. Separate bathroom - excellent water pressure and lots of hot water. Quiet, ie. very little if any street noise which is important for me as I'm a light sleeper (unfortunately -...More
Response from TravellerRoy, Owner at Buenos Aires Gay Bed and BreakfastResponded December 15, 2016
Thanks for the great review. We enjoyed your company and you were great guests. We hope you will come back again soon! Roy & Luis
My husband and I were in Buenos Aires for a conference, and wanted to extend our stay by a couple of nights.I searched for gay B&Bs and found this place to be highly rated, and it is well deserved. We've stayed in BA before, but...More
We stayed for four nights at the beginning of our trip to Argentina.
The apartment is spacious, very clean and comfortable. The views are breathtaking!
But the hosts are the best: flexible breakfast time and information about ANYTHING you could ask about is available. They...More
I stayed with Roy for 2 nights at the beginning of my solo trip to Argentina. His personalized recommendations made for a wonderful experience. He assisted with everything from tips on currency conversion to gay tango lessons. Recognizing that I was alone he recommended options...More
The Buenos Aires Gay Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful change from impersonal hotels. It's conveniently located near the subte, offers amazing views, and the host, Roy, is both knowledgeable and affable. He knows the ins and outs of local life and especially of the...More
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