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We just returned from a two-week vacation to Buenos Aires and Uruguay. When you're traveling with 18 people and want a private residence, there are not a lot of options. We found Las Canitas to be exactly what we were looking for. It accommodated 18...More
4 families with a total of 18 teens and adults loved our 6 day stay at Casa Las Canitas.
The bed rooms were comfortable and the spacious common areas: living room, kitchen, courtyard, bbq grill and hot tub made it feel like we had our...More
The wife and I were travelling with 2 other couples throughout Argentina. First and last stop was B.A. and Las Canitas. Away from the congestion and noise of the downtown area, Huergo must be the So Ho of B.A. The neighborhood has all the eateries...More
Excellent service, Cañitas is a good neighborhood, great place to stay. Close to nice bars and restaurants. Monica and Alba were excellent hosts. I totally recommend this place when visiting buenos aires. Not expensive and the service is really good.
The hotel is not very central when it comes to sightseeing in downtown BA, but it's only a 10 minute walk to the metro station and for dining out it's perfect with lots of restaurants, bars and cafés just around the corner or in easy...More
US$109 - US$181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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