Only 2 blocks from Santa Fe Avenue, Sohostel has rooms with free Wi-Fi and offers shared or private bathrooms. Palermo Sohoâ??s trendy
Only 2 blocks from Santa Fe Avenue, Sohostel has rooms with free Wi-Fi and offers shared or private bathrooms. Palermo Sohoâ??s trendy bars and shops are nearby and breakfast is included. Sohostelâ??s rooms are equipped with air conditioning, and a cable TV. Some rooms include balconies with city views. The tour desk can offer tips for getting around the city. Guests have access to shared kitchen facilities. The subway station is 2 blocks away and Ezeiza International Airport is 37 km away.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 1 PM, Check-out Time is 12 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 5 reviews
VERY GOOD 18 reviews
AVERAGE 7 reviews
POOR 11 reviews
TERRIBLE 39 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
03 Jan 2017
Rude staff, lack of basic amen....
This place is very basic at best. It's run-down and not very clean. My shower was dirty. But, in addition, my room had only tepid water and a non-functioning air-conditioner. When I asked for a refund, the staff became rude and harassed me. I took a partial refund and left. When I wrote a review on booking.com, then immediately sent me a note ("Hey, LADY...") saying I had been reported to the police.
Friends getaway Traveller
21 Sep 2015
Run away! Disgusting. You will....
DON'T STAY HERE!!!!!
We were a group of approx 40 people who booked for the weekend. The booking was confirmed for two nights at $160/p/p/n (pesos) We got a "special rate" because we were a big group. Only a day before arrival, we were notified by the hostel that they expected a $6000 (peso) damage deposit. We obliged. Later, we found out why....
Upon checking in, we found beds with hair, blood stains, and mattresses that were concave in shape. The place was dirty (disgusting!) and only 1 bathroom/shower on each floor. That's almost 10-15 people per floor.
The staff was extremely rude when we complained that the place was not very clean. Approximately 20 people from our group left the hostel immediately and booked hotels. So some of the people in our group wanted to switch rooms and take the room of some of those who left to stay in a hotel. They hostel manageress refused to allow this. The people who left the hostel for a hotel then phoned Soho manageress to give permission to us to use their room, since they had paid for it. The manageress then said that if we wanted to use the abandoned room, we would need to pay an additional $570 (for a room that was already paid for by our group!).
Three of us then went to the manageress and showed her all the bad reviews they have on TripAdvisor (always wondering why we even booked the place without consulting the reviews???!). We said that we were 40 people and the chances are we will all write very bad reviews. So she called her boss "Marko". She then said that we were threatening her with "extersion" because we said we would write bad reviews. So she ordered us to vacate the premises and called the police. We asked for our money (accommodation + deposit) for the three of us. The boss, Marko, arrived, and the police too. No body could speak English. I don't know what they said, but we got our money back and the police left.
The rest of the group stayed until check-out on the Sunday. They went to check-out, and the manageress deducted the money that she refunded us from the deposit!!! So, really, it wasn't a refund, it was daylight robbery.
We spoke to surrounding businesses (and hotels) in the area and they said this happens regularly that people leave the hostel on bad terms. The hostel is not registered properly, and should be declared unfit for tourism in Buenos Aires.
So instead almost 20 of us had a great time staying at the BeHolloywood hotel. Great price, delicious breakfast, good location, excellent service!
14 Mar 2017
Food was bad - 'breakfast' was left out for hours before it even began. Our room was dirty - mattresses were grim. We were supposed to be put in a dorm of 6, however it was more like a dorm of 12 split across a floor and a balcony. Insufficient locker space. Filthy bathroom, that stunk of urine, with a urinal right next to the showers. Dingy and seedy atmosphere. Just awful.
Friends getaway Traveller
20 Aug 2016
Good Price & Friendly
We stayed for 3 nights and had a great experience. Location is very good with lots of bus routes nearby , 2 blocks from subway, and in good walking distance of sights & restaurants.
Rooftop terrace was quiet and a nice place to enjoy a beer in the evening
Staff were very friendly and so we're all the guests we met.
We feel we got our money's worth for a 3 bed room.
21 Sep 2015
Very bad experience, avoid hos....
TLDR: Avoid, is very bad.
Went in a group, some beds had blood, others pubic hairs. Rooms smelled of mold and water damage. Breakfast is hot dog buns and very bad coffee. A window in one room is broken and beds/pillows are quite old, and need cleaning quite badly.
Financially those that complained and wanted refund in hour 0, just walked in room and said they're not staying here, were not given any refund, no deposits returned, and kicked out of hostel.
Never go here, it is not worth the cheap price.