Situated right in the centre of Buenos Aires, Argentina, between halfway between El Bajo, the office zone and Puerto Madero and Palermo,
Situated right in the centre of Buenos Aires, Argentina, between halfway between El Bajo, the office zone and Puerto Madero and Palermo, one of the most cosmopolitan districts of the Argentinean capital, the stylish Cordoba 860 Hotel is just a few minutes away from the Puerto Madero, Calle Florida (Florida Street), Galerias Pacifico shopping centre, the Obelisk, the famous Avenida Corrientes as well as the elegant district of La Recoleta.
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 23 reviews
VERY GOOD 72 reviews
AVERAGE 44 reviews
POOR 21 reviews
TERRIBLE 23 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
04 Sep 2015
Great location and budget frie....
It is well located, some rooms (studios)are a bit small try not to have to much luggage if you rent this type of room, I would recommend the lofts or the triple rooms if you are traveling with your family. It's budget friendly and close to good restaurants and Florida street.
Friends getaway Traveller
28 Feb 2015
Budget hotel in very central l....
Budget hotel in very central location of B-A, so do not expect too much. You rather get a room with window and balcony to very very noisy cordoba street, or with little window to little-no sun yard. So both options are "so so". we were there as gropu of 4-people, and got the room 502 and 602 - one of the best one. Breakfast is served in your room, because there is no restaurant in hotel. Breakfast: dulce-de lece, corassaint, marmalde, coffee and orange juce. No more, but OK.
Solo travel Traveller
06 Feb 2015
Great friendly helpful service, fast check in & out, small rooms but I'm don't check in with Circus animals, I'm there to see the city. Breakfast in room. Very affordable, great location, minutes from Retiro Bus Terminal and Jorge Newberry Airport. Take a walk down the hill and you cross Conquistadora St for all the Irish pubs and other types and restaurants. Go a little further to the parking lot corner of Alem and pick up the free shuttle to the Casino Madero, walk a little further and you are in Puerto Madero.
Go the other direction and you can walk to the Obelisko, and on from there.
Very affordable and clean, what a great value.
29 Apr 2013
Booked online. Rooms were clean and hotel in a good location. Front desk staff very friendly and helpful especially Kela. Beware that the hotel has lots of stairs..and they are narrow. And rooms could have better lighting- so not so suited for older or disabled guests. For the young set- this is a good upgrade from a hostel for around the same price.
Solo travel Traveller
01 Mar 2013
Good stay for solo traveller
This is a delayed review - I stayed at the Cordoba 860 in March 2010. Would absolutely stay here again. Pros and cons listed below:
- Good location in city center. Buenos Aires is a very walkable city, but if you decide to take the subway or buses, the hotel is located close to many stops.
- Excellent value. I paid 60 USD per night. A very basic breakfast (a few small croissants and rolls, jams, boxed juice, etc) was included and brought to your room in the morning - not enough to fuel you, but a nice and simple snack.
- Spotlessly clean. Nice immaculate white bedding, very clean bathroom. Bed and pillows were very comfortable.
- Front desk (located in a small room when you enter the building) was very friendly, efficient and helpful. There was always someone there. There are also maps and a computer/printer available that you can use for free. All the staff I dealt with was exceedingly polite and nice.
- Room was a bit small, but as I was not in the room for more than 8 hours each day, it wasn't too bad.
Other (not really a pro or a con):
- You need to get buzzed into the hotel each time at the front door. I didn't mind the inconvenience as it made me feel safer that someone was screening the entrants to the building.