Chill House

Top choice guesthouse in Villa Crespo, Almagro & Abasto
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This relaxed and friendly guesthouse is in a remodeled old house with high ceilings and a rustic artsy style, and has 10 private rooms (number 6, with a balcony and air-con, is especially nice). There’s also an awesome rooftop terrace where asados take place, with DJs and occasional live music.

Well-located close to public transportation and within easy reach of Palermo and the Center.

Information from Hostelworld


Thank you for choosing to use ChillHouse as your basecamp for your time in Buenos Aires. Antoine, Esteban wants to start things off with a big "Bienvenidos".

Just wanted to let you know that we are offering a 10% discount if you pay by cash upon arrival or use PayPal before Check-In.

Please keep in mind that the reception desk is not open 24 hours a day, so be sure to let us know what your arrival time will be so we can be sure to be here waiting and ready for you.

ChillHouse opened its doors in 2004, but the house itself came with some pretty awesome history. What guests see now is the product of two years of love and hard work. Antoine and Esteban have put a lot of heart into restoring the house. Built in 1907 with an impressive list of owners, like the famous tango singer Carlos Gardel’s good friend Roberto Rufino, aka 'the kid from the Abasto”. The space blends old school architecture with the modern comforts, and boasts two ground floor patios and a rooftop terrace.

Chillhouse has the ideal location - allowing you to discover the 3 most popular neighborhoods of Buenos Aires easily!

The Center (Downtown, Puerto Madero, San Telmo) is an easy 10 minutes away using the metro line B (2 blocks to your left)

Recoleta is a 25 minute walk (take a right and continue straight on Agüero)

Palermo is 15 minutes away on the D line of the subway. Hop off at Plaza Italia (7 blocks on your right on Aguero). If public transports not your thing it is only a 25 minute walk.

We also have one of the largest shopping centers in the city 100 meters to our left. The Abasto de Buenos Aires was the most important market of the city during the last century. The building was built in 1934 and has been pretty famous for being a masterpiece of art deco design ever since.

Let us know if we can help answer any questions you might have regarding your trip.

Safe travels! We're excited to welcome you to our Buenos Aires home at ChillHouse.


  • Bbq
  • Bicycle parking
  • Book exchange
  • Free breakfast
  • Café
  • Ceiling fan
  • Currency exchange
  • Free city maps
  • Free internet access
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Hair dryers
  • Hot showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet access
  • Self-catering facilities
  • Minibar
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Reception (limited hours)
  • Towels included
  • Wi-fi


  • Free WiFi available