Located in the trendy neighbourhood of Palermo, a mere 400 metres from Italia Square and its subway station, Amasoho Bed and Breakfast
Located in the trendy neighbourhood of Palermo, a mere 400 metres from Italia Square and its subway station, Amasoho Bed and Breakfast offers accommodation with free WiFi access in Buenos Aires. Evening entertainment is provided and bicycles can be rented. Plaza Serrano Square is 900 metres away.The comfortable guestrooms at Bed and Breakfast Amasoho are fitted with a cable TV, a minibar, and air conditioning. Some include a safety deposit box. Bathroom facilities can be private or shared.Guests at Amasoho Bed and Breakfast can make use f the shared kitchen and lounge. A 24-hour front desk is available at the property to welcome guests, and provide tourist information and baggage storage. Shuttle services can be arranged for a surcharge.Hippodrome is 800 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport, 3 km from Amasoho Bed and Breakfast.Payment before arrival via bank transfer is required. The property will contact you after you book to provide instructions.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 10 reviews
VERY GOOD 7 reviews
AVERAGE 12 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 16 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
15 Nov 2013
One of the worst I stayed in
I booked this hostel because it is nicely located and I could not get someting else on a very short notice in the weekend.
I stayed in a private room: two twin beds for myself in a dusty filthy room with a window to the courtyard where people were drinking all night. The shared bathroom was on the same floor, but I could not lock it. It was dirty although there were hardly any guests. The staff did not inform me of anything; not where the breakfast was, or were to get tea, not of where in BA I was. They just gave me the key to the room. Probably because their English is extremely poor, but for other hotels/hostels this has never be a problem (I speak a little spanish). My private room was expensive - almost 50 Euro's. For this money I could stay in a nice guesthouse or B&B with way better staff and in a better room.
I will never come back.
16 Nov 2011
This place is nice for a hostel, not the typical hostel in Europe. The staff are incredibly nice and helpful. The place was cleaned more frequently than when I stayed at a super expensive place in Costa Rica this past July. They offer a breakfast, coffee, and tea which is great.
Solo travel Traveller
11 Apr 2017
Very cheap but rather poor hos....
Situated some 10 mins walk from Plaza Italia, one of the most important public transport gateways in the northern Buenos Aires, it has a very good position in a quiet side street, however the quality is rather low. Rooms are very different, a single room is extremely small, dark and old, while family room (probably for up to 4 people) is better, however if it would be occupied by 4 people it would become extremely small too. The worst thing is the bathroom, there is only one in the property and during one of my visits it was very dirty and torn down. The receptionists often smoke in the reception with bad smell going upstairs. Breakfast is very basic and only available after 7:30 when fresh rolls arrive. Wi-fi and air-conditiong is working. But the staff is friendly and helpful, that is why I gave them 2 stars, you got what you paid for. For a non-demanding traveller, it is acceptable, but be prepared for low standard.
01 Apr 2013
Dirty, dingy, broken and noisy
If you like dirty, dingy, broken and noisy this is for you. This is the 2nd dirtiest hostel we have stayed in over 6 months in S America. The walls and floors in the rooms were filthy. The common bathrooms we beyond disgusting at all hours of the day. A large family lives (assume owns) in the hostel and parties all night including the 3 year old crawling around until the wee hours of the morning. They are constantly yelling at each other to get their attention. The sink in the common bathroom broke off the wall and they made no effort to have it fixed. Our friends were told they had to switch rooms, but not what time. We came back from breakfast and our friends walked in on other people in their room only to find all their luggage had been moved to another room for them. The hostel as a whole is very unprofessional. Try Hostel Suites Palermo around the corner instead, it's always spotless.
Autumn and Abe
Solo travel Traveller
26 Apr 2017
House of Horrors
This place is simply awful, and this is coming from someone whose bar is sometimes at the level of "well, I didn't get murdered". In such a beautiful city, there are about 50 gazillion better options.