San Telmo’s elegant residences were built during Argentina’s heyday in the early 1900s. Today, San Telmo is the artsy, bohemian quarter. Casa Bohemia represents both sides of San Telmo: faded elegance and artsy bohemia.
Four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a massive kitchen, long hallways and a living room and dining room with French doors that open up to show you the rooftops of San Telmo, this home is one entire floor of a gorgeous turn-of-the-century residence.
There are three double beds and one queen. The room with the queen bed also has an en-suite bathroom. We provide sheets and towels. We’ve priced the apartment for four guests and if there are more than four guests, there is an extra $10 charge per night per guest. Casa Bohemia can accommodate up to eight guests.
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Each apartment is different. Read through these details to make sure you’re choosing the one that is right for you.
|Bed Type||One queen bed, three double beds|
|Bathrooms||Three & a half. One en-suite.|
|Kitchen||Fully-equipped, pantry often includes spices, herbs, vinegar, oil, coffee, tea, and mate|
|Air Conditioning||Yes (in each bedroom)|
|Rental Includes||Greeter, Guidebook to Buenos Aires, sheets and towels|
|Notes||The bedrooms do not face the street so you won't hear street noise while sleeping.|
All rates are in US dollars. The minimum stay is four nights.
$140 USD per night (3-night minimum)
$800 USD per week
$2600 USD per month
Methods of Payment
Credit Cards – All major credit cards with the exception of American Express.
E-check – For US guests or guests with a US bank account.
Wire Transfer – Bank fees for wire transfers to a US bank account are paid by the renter.
Booking fee – 10% of the rent due
Cleaning fee – $50 USD
Damage Waiver – $20 USD non-refundable, or $400 USD refundable security deposit
One-week rental: $800 USD
Booking fee: $80 USD
Cleaning fee: $50 USD
Damage Waiver: $20 USD
Total: $950 USD
Casa Bohemia is on Peru Street, between Independencia and Estados Unidos. On our block is the city’s most popular British pub, Gibraltar, and an amazing English-language bookstore, Walrus Books, where they even teach literature classes, is just around the corner. Walk up Estados Unidos to Chacabuco. On the way, check out the gorgeous carniceria (butcher shop), and then on Chacabuco turn right. We love the changes happening on this block. There’s an awesome tapas and vermouth bar, a small urban theater for live music and other intimate performances, a couple of fancy restaurants, and a new art gallery. It’s the center of culture.
We consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have had such amazing guests over the years and we’re delighted to know they’ve loved our spaces and our services. Casa Bohemia is new, but it’s off to a great start. Here is our first review. We’ll add more soon.
Genevieve and Laurence