Lonely Planet review
Head on up the old marble staircase into the gloomy, tiled hallway. Your senses will tingle at the faded glory of this classic old building, once owned by the Anchorenas, a very wealthy and aristocratic Argentine family. Lovely original tiles and high ceilings add charm to these budget lodgings, while new mattresses, cable TV and a convenient location are other pluses. There’s no breakfast, but it’s an inexpensive and clean place.
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