Visit Buenos Aires and enjoy all it has to offer, such as Tancat - Restaurant and stay in a hotel that provides comfort and hospitality
Visit Buenos Aires and enjoy all it has to offer, such as Tancat - Restaurant and stay in a hotel that provides comfort and hospitality at SF Suites. Mitre Museum and Police Museum are nearby museums and galleries well worth visiting.
Guestrooms come with Individual temperature control as an additional source of comfort during your stay. Guests have the use of Complimentary toiletries in the en-suite bathrooms as well. Guests have plenty of in-room entertainment options, including Cable/satellite television and Television. Room furnishings include Baby cot (on request) and Sitting area for extra comfort.
MRT station General San Martin is just 0.6 kilometres from the hotel should you need to travel to another area. There is an airport shuttle available to guests at a fee if they need to get to or from the airport. SF Suites places guests 5.3 kilometres from Jorge Newbery Airport.
Free internet access is available at the hotel to all guests. Complimentary internet is available in all rooms at the hotel.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 10 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 21 reviews
VERY GOOD 12 reviews
AVERAGE 1 reviews
POOR 1 reviews
TERRIBLE 2 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
28 Oct 2015
Super helpful staff.!!!
I had the studio on the 10th floor it has an excellent patio with very good view. The kitchen has plates cups etc. great location about 20 minutes to Florida street and restaurants.The staff especially Federico we super helpful provided restaurant and other vital information. They set up cab rides and they made sure the call to verify pickup by transport drivers. Bibles was excellent right next door great breakfast very reasonable.
Solo travel Traveller
04 Nov 2013
Lots of clean quiet and comfor....
The SF Suites are in central BA, fairly close to the Colon theatre. Although on a busy street, my suite was quiet. I had a large bedroom, large lounge with two settees which could make extra beds, bathroom, another toilet and a well equipped kitchen. This was good value for one, and would have been a bargain for four. The front desk staff were very helpful. There's no food at the apartments, but there's a good breakfast cafe on the nearest corner, and an excellent pizza place, El Cuartito, nearby. The only problem was rather erratic free Wifi.
01 Sep 2013
A Beautiful View
This hotel is beautifully situated in the central part of the city. Nearby excellent restaurants and coffee shops abound. Convenient to transportation. One of the two people (a gentleman) working the front desk were very friendly and helpful (and spoke good English); the other (a woman) was clearly not motivated to work. Ask for the top floor room with the balcony (awesome view). Elevator can be a bit noisy and the door to the balcony did not lock. If you are sensitive to the noise from the elevator ask for a room far from it. Overall, though, I'd recommend SF Suites to anyone.
22 Oct 2012
Owner of this place should con....
Due to my work I travel a lot and go to many hotels. Up until now I always used Tripadvisor to choose my hotels according to the reviews; however, I have always been lazy to write my own comments about a hotel I'd stayed in. But SF suites made me change my laziness and actually write something about it.
Overall the facilities of the hotel are good. I stayed in the "suite familiar" and it's a nice 1 bedroom apartment of Buenos Aires. Lacking of few things (such as linen for the 2 couches, I assume you have to ask for it if you need to have "family" in your room, and if you are lucky and can handle the inoperativeness of the front desk skills, maybe you'll get them), there are no dish towells in the kitchen and small things).
The area is ok. I dont blame the noise because that is something that you need to expect if you happen to stay downtown Buenos Aires. The room I stayed in is not facing the street so maybe the noise is lower. They put 2 glass windows (not really pro ones) and that helps isolate the noise. The view is not nice (but expect that to other 3 or even 4 stars hotels in Buenos Aires).
The very negative side of this hotel is the STAFF and the conditions they give to guests.
They make you pay at the check in, and when you ask why, they tell you that EVERY HOTEL does it. Well, apparently they havent been around to other hotels so much, because most of the hotels all over the world, they dont do that. I suggested them to put that information in the website, and Laura (front desk most incapable person I have ever met and she is also proud of it) mentioned they dont do that because is not right (go figure). If guests know that they are going to be charged in advance, maybe they'll think twice.
I didnt pay when I did the check in because I had dollars and it was 3 am, so I said the next day I will pay. Then next day another front desk "inoperative" and rude clerk that works at night reminds me in a very "nice" way that I need to do this right away. As I told him: I wont run off and i am not thief (that's how I felt).
I have few other stories like these in the 4 days I stayed here but they go beyond the review.
If you stay here expect the staff to be rude, unpolite, they treat you like you are a thief and you owe them something because they are giving you their time. They like to fight back even when they are wrong and they refuse to apologize when they make mistakes (Laura gave me the total of 5500 pesos first and I told her to check again and then the bill suddenly came down to 1500 pesos but hey....who sees the difference??) She didnt even acknowledge her mistake.
Cleaning service happens sporadically. Out of 4 days they came in once.
Again, hotel is nice, staff makes it a 1 star hotel.
Solo travel Traveller
22 Jan 2013
Best apart hotel in central Bu....
I've spent one night in this central apart hotel situated at the city center of Buenos Aires, on the Santa Fe avenue and at just one block from the 9 de Julio avenue.
I've been delighted by the size of the apartment, almost 40 sq feet with a very spacious sitting room with dining table and a separated bedroom with high quality matress. There is a very comfortable wall to wall wardrobe with hangers, shelves and security box.
Both the sitting room and the bedroom have a TV with cable connection.
The separated kitchen is fully equipped with fridge with freezer, gas stove kitchen, microwave, coffee and toaster. The cutlery is complete (even champagne and wine glasses) and every was very tide and clean.
There are a bath tub bathroom with basin and toilet and a separated toilet with basin for visitors.
A must is the balcony facing the city very sunny and comfortable.
This is a very good option for people coming for work, or families that could optimize the price of a hotel room for a real apartment.
I highly recommend it for people traveling for a few days in Buenos Aires or staying for longer periods.
Juan Pablo de Paris