Coliving in Buenos Aires: our shared apartment in San Telmo



Single Room

  • San Telmo 2
Shared Room

  • San Telmo 2


  • Internet (WI-FI)
  • TV con cable
  • Microwave
  • Sheets and blankets
  • Weekly cleaning
  • Desks
  • Stoves
  • Fans
  • Washing machine

All services such as electricity, gas, energy, etc. are included.

You will have your own key to enter and leave the apartment whenever you want without limits of schedules.

We do not have the keys to the rooms for rent.

Neighborhood of San Telmo

San Telmo is a neighborhood of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. It is comprised of the streets of Chile, Av. Ingeniero Huergo, Av. Brasil, Av. Paseo Colón, Av. Martín García, Defensa, Av. Caseros and Piedras, although neighboring areas fall under the same name for commercial or real estate purposes. It borders the neighborhoods of Monserrat to the north, Puerto Madero to the east, Boca to the southeast, Barracas to the southwest and Constitución to the west.

San Telmo is one of the best preserved areas within the ever-changing Buenos Aires, and is characterized by its colonial mansions and streets, many of which are still paved with cobblestones. Among the attractions that can be visited in this neighborhood, there are some old churches (such as San Pedro Telmo), museums, antique and design shops and an antiques and handicrafts fair, the San Telmo Fair that takes place in the main square, Plaza Dorrego and on Defensa Street every Sunday. In addition to the craft stalls, there are also street performers, musicians, dancers, puppeteers, magicians and living statues on Defensa street during the fair.

There are also activities related to tango and Candombe, aimed at both the local inhabitants and the many tourists who visit the area.