Our Guest Accommodations offer visitors a unique experience; to actually stay in one of those amazing buildings you often see when visiting another city, but can normally only wonder at what it must be like inside. The two-room suite, with exclusive balcony access and private bathroom, accommodates up to two couples. The living and dining rooms are at the complete disposal of our guests, as is the lovely patio, the small library of books and free wi-fi internet service. Exquisitely furnished with antiques of the period, it’s not only comfortable and pleasing to the eye, it presents the apartment in a historically accurate design. We are conveniently located at only 10-15 minutes and equidistant from all the city's main points of interest as well as only a block and half from the Loria subway station on the A line.
4.8 on November 02, 2011
I had the pleasure of spending three nights at El Edificio de los Pavos Reales recently. As you can see from the photos, the place is beautiful. The room was very comfortable and the hosts were very helpful with suggestions of places to see. The Subte (subway) is only a few blocks away and it is quite easy to get around the city. I look forward to my next stay there!
5 on July 27, 2011
Best B&B ever. We were pleasantly surprised by the elegance of this centrally located building, the Innkeepers' attention to every detail and as a bonus, the value of their advice on what to see and where to go, not only in Buenos Aires but throughout Argentina.
4.4 on June 05, 2011
The photos of El Edificio de los Pavos Reales attracted me to booking this B&B and the helpfulness of Kevin with all our emails and queries before we even went there reassured us we had made the right decision. The location is good in as much as it is equidistant from everywhere you might want to go and is close to a subway, so if you are not worried about staying in Palermo, you cant go wrong here. We had teh suite with the separate bathroom, which I was a bit nervous about, but actually didnt feel any loss of privacy. The room was beautiful and had a balcony. The road is noisy from traffic, but we were so tired each night, it had no impact on us whatsoever. If you need the dark to sleep, you will need an eyemask, but again caused us no issues. The whole apartment is beautiful and full of character, making you feel that you are really staying in a piece of history Kevin and Diego are very friendly and bend over backwards to help you. The pastries in a morning have added at least 3 inches to my waistline, but hey, you only experience this once, unless you are very lucky. I kept telling myself that the huge quantities of fresh orange juice was counteracting the effects! Although we arrived ridiculously early in the morning, Kevin got up and let us in allowing us to use the room straight away and gave us breakfast as he had no one using our room. Likewise, he was kind enough to allow us to use the room at the end of our stay, a very welcome relief. Even though we had several very early starts, Kevin always got us breakfast - you dont often get that! I defy anyone to get such value for money in Buenos Aires - or to go back home and talk as much about the building you stayed in as the sights you saw!
4.6 on May 07, 2011
El Edificio de los Pavos Reales was a real treat ... one of the best parts of our stay in Buenos Aires! The B&B is small, just 2 rooms for guests, yet with high ceilings and an interior coutyard/light well, it actually felt quite spacious. Kevin and Diego are charming, cordial, and friendly hosts who continually go out there way to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Kevin was also especially helpful with suggestions on what to do, where to eat, and generally making sure we got the most out of our stay in BA. Both Kevin and Diego are bilingual (Spanish and English) and communicating was quite easy for us (our Spanish is quite poor). Highly recommended!!
5 on April 19, 2010
A real pleasure to sleep in an ambience like a museum, you pay just for a room but you have a complete suite at your disposal, especially the atrium is a oasis when you come home from a sightseeng tour . We felt very comfortable. The breakfast was outstanding, too.
Convenient central location, Equidistant to all city attractions, Near subway, City
Buenos Aires, Argentina (EZE) 20 miles
From Ezeiza Airport: Take the highway out of Ezeiza Airport to Capital Federal (City of Buenos Aires). Once passed the second toll booth (about 15-20 minutes from the airport, more or less) continue to follow the signs for Capital Federal. You’ll see exits (“salidas”) for PARQUE CHACABUCO, AV. LA PLATA and then BOEDO. Take the BOEDO exit and at the bottom of the off-ramp turn left. This will be Calle Maza. Continue on Maza until Hipolito Yrigoyen (pronounced EAR-ee-GO-shen) and turn right. Continue on Yrigoyen until 24 de Noviembre and turn left one block to Rivadavia. Turn left on Rivadavia and we’re in the middle of the block on the left, number 3230. If you’re taking a taxi or car service (“remis”) from the airport, we’ll be happy to send you directions in Spanish that you can simply hand to the driver upon your arrival. If you’re arriving from somewhere other than Ezeiza, we’ll provide whatever directions you need.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Boating, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Video Arcade
Computer, Library, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Boating, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Video Arcade
Kevin Dwyer/Diego Feldman
Kevin is an U.S. native, born in San Francisco and resident of New York City for 23 years before moving to Buenos Aires in 2004. A graduate of the Juilliard school, his interests include art, music, theater and literature, as well as tennis and bike-riding. Diego is an Argentine Native who worked as an ad executive in New York for 4 years before moving back to Buenos Aires with Kevin in 2004. He continues working in that industry here in Buenos Aires. Both speak English/Spanish.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , We can customize