With a young and relaxed atmosphere, Selina Palermo Soho is an option for those looking for good and cheap accommodation in Buenos Aires

Located in one of the coolest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, The Selina Palermo Soho It is a charming and cheap option for those looking for accommodation in the Argentine capital. Following the concept of the Panamanian chain, present in eight countries, the Palermo unit has a lively hostel atmosphere with hotel comfort. 

Situated on a wide, tree-lined street, right away the space already has part of its relaxed vibe: vintage bicycles are parked on the sidewalk that can be rented to explore the region. The entrance hall is very clean and spacious, with some plants that make the environment modern and cheerful.

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In the same area, in front of the reception, there is a small shop with some items such as personalized t-shirts, key chains, among others. Next door is the café, where breakfast is also served – this, by the way, is very generous and served at the table, with fruit, coffee, juice, croissant, toast and scrambled eggs (it is paid separately and costs about R$22).

Selina Palermo Soho: dorms for those who want privacy or savings 

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THE Selina Palermo Soho offers 179 beds, with private and shared options – being the second most suitable option for those who want to save money. The private rooms are very spacious and feature colorful prints on their walls created by various artists – a brand of the chain – in addition to modern decor and a spacious balcony. 

The shared rooms, with options of 4, 5 or 6 beds, also follow the same style, including a balcony overlooking the city. The bunk beds have curtains that give more privacy to guests, as well as electrical outlets and individual lockers. Accommodation at Selina starts at R$ 60 in a shared room, a good option for those who want to reconomic tour of the Argentine capital

Spaces to share experiences 

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The most interesting of Selina Palermo Soho is its diversity of collective environments, which can be used by all guests. In addition to a coworking area that especially attracts digital nomads, visitors can also enjoy a communal kitchen with various utensils. Among the common areas there is also a cozy cinema room and a library. Finally, Selina also offers an incredible rooftop with a panoramic view of the city – this is where the hotel’s lively bar works, serving a variety of drinks and food at night. 

In addition, the accommodation also offers guests experiences and tours, such as city walks, tango performances, among others. The space also has a weekly schedule that includes some workshops and classes (such as meditation and yoga) that can be scheduled during your stay. 

About the Palermo neighborhood 

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Palermo is one of the most incredible neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Surrounded by bars, shops and restaurants on all sides, each corner reveals a new space to be enchanted. Precisely for this reason, it is worth exploring the place cycling through its streets, since almost all of them offer bike paths. 

Considered the biggest neighborhood in the Argentine capital, Palermo was divided into three areas that received sorts of nicknames: Palermo Soho, Hollywood and Chico, each with its own characteristics. Palermo Soho, where Selina is located, is a funky area with art galleries, trendy shops and lively bars. Palermo Hollywood, on the other hand, is home to several modern companies, including some in the audiovisual area that gave it its name. Finally, Palermo Chico is the oldest and most luxurious area of the neighborhood, housing several sophisticated residential buildings and sumptuous mansions. 

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Selina Palermo Soho
Guatemala 4931, C1425 BUQ, Argentina
www.selina.com/argentina/palermo-soho

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