See why so many travellers make Tigre Hostel their inn of choice when visiting Tigre. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Cacciola Viajes (0.2 km) and China Town (0.6 km), guests of Tigre Hostel can easily experience some of Tigre's most well known attractions.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a kitchenette, and you can stay connected during your stay as Tigre Hostel offers guests free wifi.
The inn features a concierge. Plus, Tigre Hostel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Maria Lujan, Rio Bar Bistro, and Tibuk Bistro, all of which are a short distance from Tigre Hostel.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art gallery, such as 9,37 Sudestada.
At Tigre Hostel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Tigre.
I stayed there for several months during the last seasons always in summer. Since it open its doors in 2007 they never reinvest anything to hold the level and service they former pretend to offer. It's an old real state very good located close to the main attractions of Tigre city. The ambiance is nice and still and all romantic. The staff is friendly but absolutely unprofessional. If you choose the "Posada", the main building, your stay will be more or less ok, the bedrooms are very big, the bathrooms still acceptable. The breakfast indeed poor. NOTICE that La Posada isn't a Hostel anymore but its a Hotel. If you get a room on the building opposite the street, let's be ready for a roulette game, if you are lucky you get warm water in the shared bathroom and a more or less clean (shared) bedroom or nothing of all. After rainfalls, leaks are common either at the Posada as on the next building at Libertador 137 or 63. The value you get for the money they pretend is absolutely poor.…
I stayed there a few times, once with my couple and his sons and with my mother in some other ocassion. Best: LOCATION, friendly atmosphere, ambience, big kitchen, nice patio, WIFI, library, friendly service. Worst: building & patio maintenance, noisy shower plate (PVC), old TV sets, narrow walls, AA (some rooms do have it, others do not).
Incredible ancient English House converted into an hotel. Reasonably economic, in the best of Tigre, very near the river. Tigre is probably the nicest place in BA. And this hotel is probably the best, although I believe there aren't many in the city
Tigre Hostel - Threatening owner Basically we were unable to use kitchen until 10.30pm because the owner was having a private party which we wernt told about or made to feel welcome to. Following morning we were given slice of toast which they advertise as a "good breakfast". Following our note to the owner saying we were unhappy with this service the owner replied with a threatening email stating that if we reviewed his hostel online he would contact all south america hostels and tell them that we threatened not to pay - which is a blatant lie as we paid on check in!
Charming old house with hostel facilities and rooms. Clean, light and nice. We had our own terrace at the room. If you have the room next to the kitchen, the walls are thin, so it can be loud at night.