Wonderful boutique hotel with great service and location!
Reviewed 28 March, 2020
A charming little boutique hotel. The location is great, you can walk to numerous points of interest in San Telmo, including the Sunday Market, and to adjacent areas like La Boca.
One of the best features of L'Adresse was the service. We felt like we got to know Brian and Carlos. They were friendly, charming and very helpful. A highlight was a Tango show at El Almacen, which Brian and Carlos recommended. They arranged for a car that took us both ways. It was a fantastic show. Yes, such shows are "touristy" and if you're a Tango aficionado or scholar, I imagine you could probably find something more authentic... but we're tourists, after all, so we don't look down on doing some touristy things!
Reviewed 9 February, 2020
This not a 5 star hotel. It is small and quaint. The rooms are clean and air-conditioned.
The service is outstanding and deserves it to be 5 star. The office guys provided us with excellent information and couldn't be more friendlier or helpful. easy area to get around.
Friendly staff and great location
Reviewed 7 February, 2020
After touring the city we have decided we picked a great hotel in the best area to stay. San Telmo is the historic district with cobblestone streets, great eats, and interesting markets. The hotel is quaint, clean and the staff are very friendly. They booked all our tours for us and were helpful with restaurant suggestions. The breakfast is sufficient to start your day of exploring.
Beautiful design hotel located in the heart of the old city
Reviewed 7 December, 2019
Really friendly and helpful staff, carefully thought out design. We loved our stay here. Location is very central if you want to see the old town.
The room was spacious, clean with a large modern bathroom.
Character and service worthy of a much more exclusive hotel
Reviewed 31 August, 2019
I was very comfortable at L’Adresse and would certainly stay there again if I have the pleasure of returning to Buenos Aires. Though convenient to public transportation in San Telmo, I mostly explored on foot. Plaza de Mayo was maybe a 20 minute walk, Plaza San Martín maybe 40 minutes. Particular favorites of mine were closer: the Museum of Modern Art, the Reserva Ecológica. I liked L’Adresse for all the reasons we prefer independent boutique hotels: the authentic building in the context of a historic neighborhood, the care and attention to preservation and character of the space, the personalization of the service, from the complimentary breakfast to the thoughtfulness of the staff in helping me out with many small demystifications, suggestions, and encouragements. It was an excellent choice.