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   Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast   

Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast

Gurruchaga 2155
Buenos Aires
Argentina  1425
Architectural Type: Colonial
Established In:  1998
Renovated In:  1996
Phone: +54 (0)11-4831-0517
Fax:  +54 (0)11-4831-2664
Contact:  Mariana ALFARO
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Single Occupant Rate Is: US $15 - $25
Double Occupant Rate Is: US $25 - $45
Additional Occupant Rate Is: US $15
Accepted Payments: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Euros
Deposit Amount Requested: First night's fee
Minimum Stay Is: 1 night
Check In Time Is: 12 Noon
Check Out Time Is: 10 AM
Cancellation Policy: In event of cancellation, in order to avoid charge, notification must be received by the hotel 72 hours prior to the day of arrival Buenos Aires time. Should a cancellation not be received for a reservation then the credit card will be charged for 1 night's accommodation.

Warm and simple, that is the style at 'Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast'.

Located in the heart of Palermo Viejo, a traditional neighbourhood that is worth living and exploring, and is also known as the 'SOHO porteño'.

Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast offers wide variety of services that makes this bed and breakfast as comfortable as your home. We are open all year long.

Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast is the place where every morning you'll enjoy an amusing conversation, while we serve your breakfast. It is also the place where you'll meet people from all over the world and share experiences and impressions of our city with them.

Our guestrooms are simple, and very comfortable. The house also has a kitchen fully equipped for your convenience. Public areas include a living room, with Cable TV and VCR, a patio and a beautiful garden, which in summer is very relaxing.

Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast is where we will cater to your needs, because this is our commitment: to make you feel at home, when you are away from home.



We have 11 rooms at Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast. Each has a view of our Spanish patio, garden or terrace. All of them are decorated in a simple style and give great comfort to our guests.

Common Rooms:

The living room, the TV room with cable TV, VCR and stereo, the dining room, the Spanish patio and our garden are not only the public areas at Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast, but also meeting points where guests from all over the world share their impressions of the city and country, exchange information and what's more important, establish a friendship that makes them feel they are in a "home away from home".

About Buenos Aires:

Buenos Aires has always been known by its incredible cultural supply: museums, cinemas, theaters, musicals, drama, comedies, guided tours and tango. A wide variety of possibilities for all ages throughout the year.

The identity of Buenos Aires is influenced by the different immigrants that came to the Argentina, giving a cosmopolitan profile to the city. The spirit of the population is warm and hospitable and it is not rare that a chat with a local or "porteño" may end up in an invitation to visit his house.

Courtesy and respect are closely bound with the colloquial & familiar treatment. The normal greeting of men and women in Buenos Aires is a kiss on the cheek. The smile, the hug, the approach when speaking and the gestual language constitute a friendly universe of communication

The most distinguishing fact is the use of "vos" instead of "tu" for the familiar treatment, and the use of "Che" to talk to another person. The official language is Spanish, although also some regional turns can be heard. The "porteños" understand Portuguese easily and the majority speaks some English.

Banks open at 10 AM and close between 3 - 4 PM. Withdrawal of money and other transactions can also be made in automatic teller machines that work 24 hours.



Every one who wants to share an authentic night of pure tango comes to the Milonga of Armenia street: young people, older people, milongueros, famous people and not so famous, local and foreigners. Everybody shares the same passion.


Teatro Colon, the pride of the "Porteños", was inaugurated in 1908 and still is the scenario of the most outstanding artists and performers of the opera and the national and international ballet.

Among the countless performances that are offered, music has a privileged place. The lovers of classical music have the possibility of choosing a wide range of concerts that are carried out in different scopes like Teatro Colon and Teatro Coliseo. Both Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires and Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional offer free concerts.


The city offers a wide variety of museums: there are at the moment more than 100 of them, between public and private ones. Between the public ones we can mention the National Museum of Fine Arts, that reaches an international level and is free of charge. Tickets go between $1 and $2, and there are private collections that go up to $5. During 2001 the Museum of Latin American Arts of Buenos Aires (MALBA) was inaugurated. You will find an important permanent exhibition of contemporary Latin American Art in a modern atmosphere, designed for such aim.


Craft markets are one of the most colorful offers of the city. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, craftsmen are found in different parks of Buenos Aires.

Caminito Street Museum where 62 artists expose outdoors, is one of the most important fairs of the world in its sort.

The Antique Flea Market of San Pedro Telmo is one of the most important attractions the city. Every Sunday, Plaza Dorrego (Humberto Iº and Defensa) changes its appearance when more than two hundred seventy stands offer their singular merchandise of "antiques and old things". The bars of the area remove their tables to the street and all the bordering zone fills up with musicians, singers and dancers of tango. The Fair also organizes popular dances in relation to the neighbors of the place.

In a significant place of Buenos Aires every Sunday and holidays from April to November, from 11 AM to 7 PM, is carried out the Feria de Mataderos, a sample of Crafts and Popular Traditions of Argentina.


The visitor can enjoy a colorful festival of music and dance and, admire countless "gaucho" skills, races of rings and demonstrations of "tusado". Traditional games are played with lots of prizes: "sapo", "herradura", race of pocketed, "palo enjabonado". Also, you’ll be able to taste regional meals like "asado", locro, empanadas, tamales, fried cakes and tortilla.


The Natural Park Costanera Sur is an ideal place to enjoy the contact with nature. It is possible to participate in outdoor visits and long night walks, walks with Full Moon, dawn in the beach, practice jogging, ride bicycles or, simply seat and listen to the sound of nature in action. Many of the migratory birds stop here and they even make their nests, among forests of alders, willows and lagoons.

3 de Febrero Park in the district of Palermo constitutes the great green space of the city. With the forest of the area by the famous Carlos Thays, in the decade of 1890, this zone was transformed with leafy trees, beautiful sculptures, lost paths, perfumed gardens and a magnificent lake.


Almost 2 million people visit this colorful stroll with magnificent pavilions that lodge an important variety of animals.

Every day at the main door of the Zoo facing Plaza Italia you can find "mateos", a horse-drawn carriage, offering rides through the highlights of Palermo Parks.

Botanical Garden:

These are the more intimately bucolic gardens of the city of Buenos Aires, a privacy that contrasts with the traffic torrent that converges in the bordering Plaza Italia. The architect Carlos Thays made the Botanical Garden his work summit. But the Botanical Garden offers more surprises when discovering the sculptures that are there. Original or reproductions, those bronzes and marbles installed in the freshness of the sources, constitute one of the most aesthetic landscapes of the city.

The Japanese Garden is a stroll that recreates the beauty and poetry of the Oriental gardens. Plants, flowers, bridges and cascades are combined, creating a climate of colors and perfumes. For children, the attractions are the bridges and the lake, where the colorful and anxious fish "Karpa" can be seen, brought originally from Japan.

The Rosedal, the Garden of the Poets and the Patio Andaluz are some of the interesting corners of Palermo.

About Palermo:

Jorge Luis Borges identifies Palermo as his childhood neighbourhood.

This eclectic neighborhood has now become the bohemian place of Buenos Aires, with its typical houses from the early beginnings of the 20th century, old trees and parks.

Palermo Viejo has become a lively marketplace for contemporary design, collectibles, antiques, and furniture. No other neighborhood in Buenos Aires offers such a concentrated mix of unique shops carrying quirky stuff, national name brands, and one of a kind luxury items.

One reason that Palermo Viejo is such a popular shopping destination is that, within a short walk, one can satisfy one's urge to browse the best of today's design, furniture and of course, restaurant, bars, coffee shops and Tango Houses.

Argentina Tours:

There are many tours that help you discover and learn more about Buenos Aires. We would be happy to assist you in the planning of any such tour.

The following information isn't about tours of Buenos Aires. Instead, this information is about tours in various parts of Argentina. This will hopefully expand your vision of what you can see and do while in Argentina.

In addition to being able to help you book and plan tours of Buenos Aires, we can help you book and plan any of the following tours. For additional information, including rates and dates of these tours and local tours, please contact us by email.

Perito Moreno Glacier:

The Perito Moreno is a glacier of 4 km wide and 60 meters height over the level of the Argentino Lake.

The National Park the Glaciers has been declared by UNESCO, Natural Patrimony of the Humanity.

  • 3 night tour
  • round trip ticket, transfers, hotel with breakfast included

Peninsula Valdes- Puerto Madryn:

Nature reserve where marine, birds, maras are observed, foxes, guanacos, wolves and marine elephants of the south and the spectacular austral whale. In the area of Golfo nuevo the whales concentrate themselves to reproduce between May and December. Puerto Madryn is considered the departure point to visit the natural reserves of: Punta Piramides, Isla de los Pajaros, Punta Loma and Caleta Valdes.

  • 3 night tour
  • round trip ticket, transfers, hotel with breakfast included

Iguazu Falls:

The Iguazú River, that means Great Waters in guaraní language, throws its volume from 70 meters of height counting itself 275 jumps throughout 2,7 km. The limit with Brazil happens through the Throat of the Devil, in which the waterfall creates manifold rainbow. The National Park Iguazú was declared by UNESCO, Natural patrimony of the Humanity.

Tierra del Fuego- Ushuaia:

In the southern end of the continent, where the greater oceans of the planet join, you will find Tierra del Fuego, surrounded by lakes like the Fagnano Lake and the Escondido Lake, the Martial Glacier, the gorgeous fueguinos channels and the city of the Ushuaia.

  • 3 night tour
  • round trip ticket, transfers, hotel with breakfast included


Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast is located in the neighbourhood of Palerno Viejo. Three blocks away from Plaza Italia, Santa Fe Avenue where you will find subway line D and other means of transportation, and you will also find La Rural Convention Center.

Local airport Jorge Newbery is located only 10 minutes away and international Airport Ezeiza is located 40 minutes away.

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Como en Casa Bed & Breakfast

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Web Page:  Yes


Languages Spoken:  English, Spanish, Portuguese


Types of Breakfasts:   Continental

Special Meals Available:  No


Room Types:  Rooms, Suites/Rooms


Private Bathrooms:  Yes

Handicap Accessible:  No

Smoking:  Yes - smoking allowed in designated areas only please

Consumption of Alcohol:  Yes

Children:  Yes

Pets:  Yes


Amenities/Features:  Kitchen, TV, Phone, Fireplace, Garden


Nearby Activities:  Bicycling, Golfing, Astronomy, Shopping, Dancing, Sight Seeing, Historical Places, Museums, Botanical Gardens, Arts & Craft Fairs


Suitable For:  Pleasure, Relaxation, Family, Groups, Romance, Cultural Experience, Gay/Lesbians


Near To:  Rivers, Ranches


Open:  All Year


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