19 novembre 2017
The staff didn't speak any English which in a capital city centre I found frustrating, although I was traveling with two native Argentinians so this wasn't an insurmountable issue
The bathroom is a "wet room" which means you don't want to take your clothes or towel in there and you need to remember to remove the toilet paper before you render it useless
The place hasn't been decorated since 1976 and the plumbing probably hasn't been updated since 1876
Room was advertised with air-con; conspicuous by it's absence.
Staff didn't know where the best parking was, despite it being advertised and just two doors down.
Overall the place felt tired and unloved. It was more expensive than a hostel, but the mustiness of the interior felt like we were being robbed.
The only reason we booked in here was the close availability of parking (just 2 doors down) in the city centre.