Ezeiza International Airport
Maps and directions
To and from the airport
The international airport is Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza EZE, 35 kms south from the city. The easiest way to get from the airport to Pop Hotel is to either book a private car with us or get a taxi from the airport. There are two options for taxis, the official Ezeiza taxi (white and blue cars), or the Buenos Aires regular taxi (the black and yellow ones). From your flight exit up to the taxi counters you will be offered many private cars or special taxis or remis… do not take those! A cheaper option is the bus/shuttle service Manuel Tienda León, which departs every half hour and the ride is about 40 minutes depending on traffic. This service will leave you in the city center near Plaza San Martín. From there you can take the subway (first the C line, then combine with the B and get off at Malabia station) or two different buses, 106 or 109 (get off in the intersection of Malabia and Juan R. de Velasco streets). The cheapest option is to take the bus from Ezeiza to the city, but we really do not recommend this option as it is a very slow and complicated way to get here! The bus line is the 51 and then you have several combinations… it will take you at least 2 hours!
The domestic airport (though there are some international flights from neighbor countries that fly here) is in downtown Buenos Aires: AEP Aeroparque Jorge Newbery. Again, the easiest way to get to Pop Hotel is to either book a private car with us or get a taxi from the airport. You will only find the black and yellow taxis here! Try to have an idea of where you are going, if not the taxi driver might give you a long unwanted tour of the city… If you wish to come to Pop Hotel by bus, there are a few combinations you can take. First the 37 to Plaza Italia, where you can combine with several different buses: 141, 55, 15, 27, 34 or 110. The other option is to take the 160 to the intersection of Figueroa Alcorta and Dorrego, and there combine with the 166.
Pop up News (feeds)
- January-February 2015
To start your morning, we offer an in-room express breakfast, included in the rates. Tea and coffee facilities and the orange juice for the whole stay will be in your room the first day of your stay. Croissants will be delivered daily at 8am at your door.
Pop culture (city useful information)
Guided visits in Teatro Colon (Opera house)
January 2nd to December 30th
Visit the famous Teatro Colon, being part of the guided tour throughout the facilities. In English or Spanish. Duration: 50 minutes. Portuguese and French spoken tours can be requested with a reservation of min. 48 hs. The ticket can be bought by phone or Internet, payable by credit card, debit card or cash at the Ticket Office (Tucuman 1171 – Guided Tours), from 9 am to 5 pm.San Telmo MaketFeria de San Telmo gathers over 250 points of sale fot antiquities and old fashion items. Every Sunday from 10 to 17 hs. Dorrego Square (Humberto Primo st. & Defensa st.)
La bomba de tiempo
Mondays: The musical phenomenon continues on stage in Buenos Aires. La bomba de tiempo is a group of drummers leaded by Santiago Vazquez. Based on improvisation and interaction with audience, every show is unique and unpredictable. Sun from 20 up to 22. On the Konex, Sarmiento 3131
A spectacular show featuring an acrobatic show with live music and the public interaction. Showcase on Centro Cultural Recoleta.
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Popular reviews (our guests say...)
A group of four of us booked two rooms for 5 nights. Everything was perfect. The rooms are large and clean. The price was good, so we definitely felt like we got out money worth. Beds are comfortable. Hot water cooker and mugs are provided, so we just went to the market a few door down and got some instant coffee for the mornings. There is no breakfast provided or room service, but with all of the cafes and great restaurants near by, I have no complaint about that. The staff was very helpful offering advice and directions as needed. If you are a savvy independent traveler looking for a clean, friendly hotel as home base this hotel will be perfect for you.
Pop Hotel is a worth place to stay in Bs As.
If you are looking for a great place to stay, not so close to downtown, this is your call.
Near to some of the best restaurants you can lunch/dinner, close to outlets (lacost, swatch, etc), close to bakery, etc).
Good room, service and design. All you need in Bs As.
Tip: Have your breakfast walking only 3 streets (calle Aguirre turn right and walk about 1 and 1/2 calles)... A cheap and nice coffee shop (right side of the calle)
PS. If you like this region of Buenos Aires, here is your place !
The hotel was super clean, modern and well tough. It wasn't anything overly fancy but it was just right. What really amazed me was the cast. The people were really nice, smart and helpful. We arrived to early and they managed to give us an early check in witch was really nice. I'll definitely will come back.
If you're in Buenos Aires - Pop Hotel is an excellent choice. My wife and I stay here for our first visit to Buenos Aires because we wanted to be close to the hip Palermo neighborhood and to the downtown area. The hotel is ideally located, closer to Palermo where all the nightlife and restaurants are, but also close to the subway (SUBTE) to make our way downtown. The staff is very nice and I would compare this hotel to the Standard Hotel in on Sunset Blvd. in LA, but newer and a little bit less retro. Neighborhood also has good places to eat, stores and bars.
Chambres modernes et bien équipées. Hôtel très propre. Personnel serviable. Proche d'une station de métro allant dans le centre. Proche de Palermo Soho (quartier avec bars et restaurants branchés). En résuméE: hôtel agréable et assez bon rapport qualité prix.