Perú y Humberto Primo - Perú y Humberto Primo in San Telmo

The neighborhood:

Here, the oldest streets of Buenos Aires memorialize much of the architecture, history, culture and daily life of the old days. San Telmo is the most picturesque and bohemian of Buenos Aires' barrios. It maintains its original narrow, cobblestone streets and the historic façades that nowadays are populated with antique stores, tango halls y many a charming bodegón, parrilla and café. But this isn't your grandparents' San Telmo. In recent years, the barrio has also become home to design studios, art galleries, gourmet restaurants, boutique hotels and plenty of nightlife for the party animal.

Between Avenida 9 de Julio, where the C line of the subte runs, and Avenida Paseo Colón, with its varios bus lines, San Telmo is a short ride from any place in the city. It's also walking distance from the tourist destinations Downtown.


Don't miss the fantastic street fair on the weekends in Plaza Dorrego (just a block away) with more than 270 booths of antique dealers, street artists and talented dancers offering tango shows and passing the hat.

The apartments:

DormsBA has 6 recently remodeled apartments in this building: three 70 square meter two bedrooms and three 35 square meter studios, for a total of space for 18. They have been designed by DormsBA in detail for both style and comfort with a clean, elegant style and modern furnishings, including cable, WiFi and a landline included for your convenience. The kitchens and bathrooms are complete and well equipped.

The building has a nice rooftop terrace, where you can freely use the washing machine.

In case of renting the 6 apartmentns, upon request, DormsBA can arrange for a weekly maid service, daily catered meals, a concierge service to field questions or assist with reservations or directions and/or an overnight security guard in the building.

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What's near this building in San Telmo

San Telmo

Here, the oldest streets of Buenos Aires memorialize much of the architecture, history, culture and daily life of the old days. San Telmo is the most picturesque and bohemian of Buenos Aires' barrios. It maintains its original narrow, cobblestone streets and the historic façades that nowadays are populated with antique stores, tango halls y many a charming bodegón, parrilla and café. But this isn't your grandparents' San Telmo. In recent years, the barrio has also become home to design studios, art galleries, gourmet restaurants, boutique hotels and plenty of nightlife for the party animal.

On the weekends, Plaza Dorrego becomes a fantastic street fair with more than 270 booths of antique dealers, street artists and talented dancers offering tango shows and passing the hat.

Between Avenida 9 de Julio, where the C line of the subte runs, and Avenida Paseo Colón, with its varios bus lines, San Telmo is a short ride from any place in the city. It's also walking distance from the tourist destinations Downtown.

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