Hotel Central Cordoba is situated in the Retiro district in Buenos Aires, 800 metres from Florida Pedestrian Street and 900 metres
Hotel Central Cordoba is situated in the Retiro district in Buenos Aires, 800 metres from Florida Pedestrian Street and 900 metres from Colon Theater. Guests can enjoy the on-site snack bar. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property. 9 de Julio Av. And Corrientes Av. Is 1.1 km from Hotel Central Cordoba, while The Obelisk of Buenos Aires is 1.1 km away. The nearest airport is Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport, 6 km from Hotel Central Cordoba.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 11 AM, 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.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 2 reviews
VERY GOOD 9 reviews
AVERAGE 17 reviews
POOR 6 reviews
TERRIBLE 19 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
19 May 2014
Small room but reasonable and ....
This is located near Leon centro bus terminal next to Sheraton hotel. Rate is reasonable. Room is a little bit small but clean. WIFI free. Hot shower. Staffs are kind. You can reach here by bus from Newbery domestic airport.
26 Dec 2013
I don't recommend staying here
Our taxi driver recommended this hotel when we needed somewhere to stash our stuff between arriving by plane in B.A. in the morning and leaving for Mendoza by bus that evening. (He advised us not to use the luggage storage lockers at the Retiro bus station.) We had a double room w/ private bath. The shower is basically the entire bathroom, which is not optimal at all - we opted not to use it. The room worked okay for us because it's walkable from the Retiro bus station and we were able to get a bit cleaned up after an overnight flight. That said, I wouldn't have wanted to sleep there. It's very run down and not very clean. The staff were all extremely nice though, and helpful. And it's cheap. For a day-long place to store our luggage, it worked okay.
07 Nov 2013
Good value for money
We paid the extra money for the "suite" (worked out to $36 or so at the Blue Dollar exchange rate), which was on the second floor. There were essentially no windows (they looked out onto a wall), but the suite itself was clean if old. I liked the old-fashioned elevator. The breakfast is typical Argentinian--very simple (packaged muffins with jam). Nonetheless, given the excellent location (a few blocks from the bus station, Costanera Sur and plenty of restaurants), I think it's a good deal; if you want Sheraton standards, you're going to have to pay Sheraton prices... The staff were grumpy at first, but eventually warmed up and helped finding us good places to eat and tango dancing. The garage was very small and we had to do a musical chair dance with other drivers to get our car out--I'd suggest making sure you leave your car keys with the staff.
Friends getaway Traveller
21 Apr 2013
Great staff, great location, H....
Pluses: Great central location (very close to Florida street, walkable distance from the bus terminal - about 15 minutes), great friendly and very helpfull staff, good internet connection at the reception, cheap.
Minuses: THE ROOMS! They are small, very old, used, unkept, broken, water leaked in the shower, bed covers had spots, the general feeling you get is they are not clean! The reception area and entrance looks kind of nice, but the rooms are like from some Tarantino movie!
Solo travel Traveller
16 Dec 2011
I'd give no stars if possible
Booked here based on a recommendation by Lonely Planet. Checked in and went into the room and shock set in. First off, the door had holes from rotting in it that one could peek into the room and see everything in the room. Easily could have been pushed in through the holes if you wanted to break in and steal. The room had one full size bed and a closet. No room for anything else. No air conditioning but a wobbling ceiling fan kept the air moving about 20 ft up. Bathroom was built so it could be hosed down to clean, guess that is what is called disenfected. I only laid on the bed (with clothes on) long enough to decide to get the hell out of there. Hallway to the room was dimly lit, can only imagine how it was at night. Went down stairs to use the wifi so I could book another hotel (found a great one in Recoleta for $20 more a night). Went back, got my bags and stopped by a desk for a refund (having only been there about 30 mins). Was told no refund as I had made a reservation. I laughed, shook it off and left. I have been stayed in quite a few dumps on my world travels but this one is now in the top 3 (other two in 3rd world countries)