Come stay in our guestroom in our beautiful pre-war apartment. The room is large with a queen-size bed and a private balcony. There is also a separate guest bathroom with a shower. Centrally located in Congreso steps from Subte A line.
We do have a cleaning person that cleans the home, but have recently found it necessary to reiterate that this is not a hotel. It is our private home and guests should make efforts to be responsible and to clean up after themselves and keep the common area tidy.
We live in a pre-war building with very high ceilings, Parisian balconies and French doors. The lay out is very spacious and comfortable.
Guests will have access to their room, bathroom, kitchen and communal space.
Guests are welcome to dine with us at their leisure, provided a contribution to groceries. We are happy to show you around the city or provide tips, information, or referrals given that we have time.
We are artists and we work from home. Some times we are busier than others. Please do not take it personally if we are too busy to show you around during your stay. But if we have the time we are happy to invite you out with us if we are doing anything or going anywhere interesting.
We have 2 dogs, Arthur and Pam. Arthur is a lover boy and Pam is a little diva.
We are both in the arts and from the U.S. We are still learning Spanish, but we know enough to communicate.
This is our home, not a hotel or a hostel. We are very hospitable, and we only expect that you respect our home and belongings.
We are vegans and this is a strictly vegan house. Granted you are in Buenos Aires and you are welcome to explore the Argentine culinary treasures. We only ask that you do not bring any animal products into the house. As mentioned, guests are welcome to dine with us, as I cook lovely vegan meals often.
Please no smoking inside the house.
We generally do not allow pets as we have two of our own, but we might be willing to make exceptions.
Please write me if you have any questions regarding any of the house rules.
There are some things that may seem obvious, but I will mention them anyway because of issues in the past.
1. Do not store food items in the bedroom. You are welcome to use our kitchen counters and cabinets.
2. Please gives us a heads up before inviting friends over.
3. I have replaced my cookware for the last time. Not a single piece of metal can touch the pots and pans. Wooden and rubber utensils only. If you cannot trust yourself to not scratch the cookware, I still have the last set of destroyed cookware to use instead.
4. No shoes on the rugs, and mats.
5. Turn off lights when leaving rooms and keep doors closed when the heaters are turned on.
Just leave things the way you found it and there won't be any problems!