This place is about 5 blocks from central town. We walked from the bus station and it took us about 35 minutes so it’s a bit of a trek. It also goes through a residential/ auto area of town and looks somewhat questionable. We found a better route later- walk from the bus station on ave. liberatador to 9 de Julio and take a right, walk to the end and you will cross a wooden bridge that takes you onto a dirt road. It’s about two more minutes down the road and on the left. The place itself is decent. Check in was easy. We had to pay in cash for our stay so be sure to have some on you. The room was exceedingly hot when we walked in. They have gas heaters and ours was cranked on high. Fortunately, I was able to turn it off and open the window and door but, it was almost too uncomfortable. Basic room and bathroom. There is TV in the room and the bed was comfortable. Water is hot and pressure is good. For the price I paid, I can’t complain. They serve traditional Argentinian breakfast from 7:30-9:30. Toast, marmalade, juice, pastry, corn flakes, liquid yogurt, ham, cheese. I think I would splurge a little more but for a place to crash if you are spending most of your time out of the room, it’s worth the price.