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Palermo Buenos Aires Apartment Rentals

After a lot of hard work, we’re happy to announce that our new Palermo Buenos Aires apartment rental is finished and ready to rent!

The Fitz Roy Suite is a modern 50 square meter, open one bedroom Buenos Aires rental apartment located on the best block in Palermo Hollywood, Fitz Roy between Guatemala and Soler. This block and surrounding neighborhood are home to some of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires: Osaka, Sudestada, Bio, Francisco, Romario, Miranda, Soberbia 22, and many more. You’re also walking distance to bars, shops, the subway, Palermo Soho and much more.

The building is new, and while you are in the heart of all the excitement of Palermo, this 4th floor apartment is remarkably quiet due to the beautiful tree-lined street. Our apartment has been furnished in a very modern, elegant style and provides all the amenities you could need, including:

  • Fully stocked kitchen with LG microwave/grill, refrigerator, gas stove, all plates, pots and pans, cutlery, cooking utensils, toaster, blender, coffee maker, wine glasses and more
  • Wood floors with high-end rug
  • Glass Isamu Noguchi coffee table
  • Dining counter with seating for three
  • Elegant lighting fixtures include chandeliers, halogen and spot lighting
  • Full bathroom with tub, shower, toilet and bidet
  • Hair dryer, clothes drying rack, vacuum, ironing board and iron
  • Air conditioner and heating unit
  • 32″ LCD TV with cable
  • Apple TV with Netflix
  • Surround sound stereo system with DVD, CD, MP3, USB and radio
  • iPod/iPhone speakers
  • High-speed wireless Internet
  • Cordless phone with local calling
  • Mobile pre-paid phone with local number to use while you’re here
  • US phone with unlimited calling to US and Canada and a number for people to reach you in the (347) area code
  • Luxurious La Cardeusse queen-sized mattress that may also be split into two twin beds
  • Couch with pull out bed that can accomodate an extra two guests
  • Private balcony with dining table and chairs
  • Programmable electronic security safe
  • All utilities, cable, and Internet are included in the price

The building also has a great pool and parilla (BBQ) on the roof. There is also a washing machine and dryer available in the building.

Here’s some photos of our newest Buenos Aires luxury apartment:

The rates vary based on the season. Please contact us for a quote. We accept cash, credit card and Bitcoin.

There is a $10/night charge for more than two people. Maid service is available for $40/cleaning. Check in is at 4pm and check out is at 10am though early check-in or late check out can be arranged for $45 each provided there are no overlapping guests on the same day. Our standard check in and check out time is from 8am – 9pm. Any check ins or check outs outside of these hours have a $45 off-hours charge. We offer significant discounts for longer stays and can accept payment in cash or credit card.

If you book with us, we’ll meet you at the apartment to check you in, give you an overview of the apartment and neighborhood, and answer any questions you may have. In addition, since we live nearby, we’re always available to help with any problems and can even store your luggage if you’re planning to do additional traveling.

If you’re looking for something a bit smaller, you can check out our other Buenos Aires apartment rental.

Please contact us if you’re interested in booking or just have questions about the apartment or BA in general.

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Buenos Aires Apartment Rentals

Our luxury Palermo Hollywood studio apartment in Buenos Aires is available for rent.

This beautiful Buenos Aires rental property is located on Humboldt between Charcas and Santa Fe – less than one block to the “D” subway and close to all the bars and restaurants in Palermo Hollywood. The building is less than a year old, and this quiet 4th floor studio is only three months old. The studio is 36 sq meters (387 sq feet) and faces the north so there is plenty of sun.

We furnished this apartment with all high-end finishings and appliances. It incudes the follow amenities and features:

  • Fully stocked kitchen with Whirlpool microwave/grill, refrigerator, gas stove, all plates, pots and pans, cutlery, cooking utensils, toaster, blender, coffee maker and more
  • Hardwood floors with high-end rug
  • Dining counter with seating for four
  • Full bathroom with tub, shower, toilet and bidet
  • Washing machine in apartment, drying rack, ironing board and iron
  • Air conditioner
  • 32″ LCD TV with cable
  • Apple TV with Netflix
  • Stereo system with DVD, CD, and radio
  • High-speed wireless Internet
  • Cordless phone with local calling
  • US phone number and free calling to the US and Canada
  • Glass desk, office chair and lamp
  • Custom-built Murphy bed with high-quality mattress. This makes the apartment!
  • Private balcony with dining table and chairs
  • Programmable electronic security safe
  • Lots of storage space
  • All utilities, cable, and Internet are included in the price

The building also has a great parilla and jacuzzi on the roof.

Here’s some photos of our Buenos Aires Studio Apartment:

The rates vary based on the season. Please contact us for a quote. We accept cash, credit card and Bitcoin for payment.

Significant discounts are available for longer stays. Check in time is 4pm and check out time is 10am. Late check out or early check in can be arranged for $45 each provided there are no other guests on that day. Weekly maid service is also available for $30/cleaning. We accept payment via cash or credit card, and you can feel confident renting from us as we live in Buenos Aires and are able to respond to any concerns quickly. Plus, we’re always available to give you suggestions and advice on bars, restaurants, attractions, or anything else. We can even hold your luggage if you have time before the airport.

Contact us if you’re interested in booking or getting more information.

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Going to the Movies

cinemark10 palermo Going to the MoviesIt’s funny, but when you don’t speak the language, everything becomes a bit of an adventure. Tonight I decided to venture out to the movies – something I wouldn’t have thought twice about back in the States. I walked over to Cinemark 10 Palermo to catch The Dark Knight, also known here as Batman: El Caballero de la Noche. Being my first time at the movies here, I checked out the show times on their web site and realized that they have two versions of the movie being shown – one in castellano and one in English with subtitles. Obviously, I opted for the second one.

cinemark10 palermo1 Going to the MoviesThe theater was no different than any multiplex that you would find in the U.S. Once inside though, there were a few differences:

  • Tickets were AR $15 each (U.S. $5) and seating was not general admission. When you purchased your tickets, you also selected reserved seats for your showtime. Luckily, the cashier helped explain this by showing me a map of available seats on his screen and letting me point to the ones I wanted.  When you go into the theater, an usher is there to help you find your seats.
  • The concession stand had a number of different items than you would find in the U.S., but the old standby of popcorn and a soda was available. I opted for Combo 1 – a large soda and popcorn for AR $13. The cashier asked if I wanted salted or sweet popcorn, and butter was not an option. Salted it was and probably a bit healthier than the buttered option back home. Next time, I’m going to go for the sweet popcorn.
  • There were no ads on the screen before the movie and no trailers. The movie had an 8pm start time, but didn’t actually start until 8:10pm. Good to know if I’m ever running late for a show.
  • Finally, as you’re watching the movie in English, you have Spanish subtitles across the bottom of the screen. It doesn’t take too long to forget that they’re there though. The interesting thing is that the movie had some Chinese in it with subtitles that would be in English in the U.S., but were only in Spanish here. This was just one scene, so not much was lost.

cinemark10 palermo4 Going to the MoviesWhile this may not be all that interesting, I had actually wondered about whether movies were in English or dubbed in Spanish before I came down. So, now I have the answer. Believe it or not, in the two weeks I’ve been here, being at the movies was the closest thing to being back at home that I have experienced so far – probably because no one was speaking.

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