Hotel Babel

Balcarce 946, 1064 Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Hotel Babel is a smart boutique hotel set in an historic mansion in San Telmo, the bohemian colonial...
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Hotel description Hotel Babel

Hotel Babel is a smart boutique hotel set in an historic mansion in San Telmo, the bohemian colonial quarter of Buenos Aires. Intimate in scale, casual yet chic in style, we offer a superb central location, privacy and comfort.

The hotel’s nine exquisite rooms provide a level of comfort only possible in hotels with charm: intimacy and privacy impossible to find in larger establishments.

A beautiful historical mansion, home to freethinkers, writers and intellectuals, has been newly restored and renovated to maintain its essence as a cultural meeting point.

We want to give you the incomparable sensation of being a guest in a hotel made for you. Everything you need, at hand, so you can have a unique experience in a wonderful city.

For guests

Complimentary daily newspaper
Bottle of water
Welcome drink
Further information on the hotel
Reception hours:
24 hours
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Hotel location

Balcarce 946, 1064 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Distances (km)
  • Airport (Buenos Aires, Ezeiza)
  • Highway
  • Station
  • Trade Fair (Buenos Aires, La Rural)
  • Congress center (Buenos Aires, Puerto Madero)
  • Metro / suburban train (Buenos Aires, Linea C, Independencia)
  • Lake (Lagos de Palermo)

Hotel features

  • Double rooms: 9
  • Suites: 9
  • Twin rooms: 5
  • Hotel's own parking spaces
  • Wake-up service
  • Safe at reception
  • Wi-Fi
  • Health care
  • Reception open day and night
  • Parking subject to charge
  • Boutique
  • Room service
  • Fireplace room/library
  • Laundry service

Room features

  • Balcony
  • Desk
  • Internet access
  • Telephone
  • Non-smoking room
  • Safe
  • Air conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Coffee maker
  • Shower
  • Bathroom
  • Cable TV
  • TV
  • Rooms for the disabled

Accepted credit card payments

  • MasterCard
  • AmericanExpress
  • Visa
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Overall: 2 ratings, including comments: 1 ratings
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6.5 / 10
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7.7 / 10
July 2013
"The location in San Telmo is the most central locations. It has only few steps to the Sunday market in Plaza San Telmo, where all the tourist hustle and bustle going on (flea market, Tango Danced etc.) The room and bathroom are spacious and I had a desk in the room and the Internet worked fine (free WiFi ). Most of the young people at the reception are very helpful and knowledgeable. The hotel's design is really appealing and modern, the breakfast could be in addition to the usual in Argentina toasts and croissants with jam and scrambled eggs with ham and cheese or waffles order (no extra cost). You can get lots of information and in the lobby there are books, newspapers and guide books for reading. I had a total of 11 days there and felt very much at home at the end."
"This offer "Half board" was included, but in fact there was only breakfast - the hotel has no restaurant! On my complaint, the young man at the front desk said that he would take on the hotel description. As a small compensation I was allowed to drink coffee or tea "every day and night time," mostly with a cookie to it. However, one must say that the coffee by European standards, is so hideous that even you should buy either Nescafe or rather drink the same tea ... In heavy rain, unfortunately the roof over the courtyard became leaky, so it in place rain pattered like and it was believed all night, someone would permanently take a shower. The floor of the courtyard was then unpleasantly wet. On weekends it can be a bit noisy in total in San Telmo, when the Uruguayan drummers make their performances. Some rooms have very little daylight, because they go to the courtyard. Some of the 1st Floor have windows, but the street."