Aparthotel Sures Belgrano Suites
The apartment’s measures go since 30 to 55 sq. meters. Each of them has balcony or patio, and some of them, a beauty sight to the pool.
All our apartments are equipped with basic dishes. In case of long stays, our guests can ask for cookware, prior reservation made in advance.
Equipment: Cable TV LCD 32”, kitchenette with tableware, electric stove, microware oven and minibar. Air conditioning, radiant floor heating, safe deposit box, telephone, matrimonial sommier and bathroom with hair dryer.
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Apartment Facilities & Policies
- 24 Hour Reception
- Air Conditioning
- Free Breakfast
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Key Card Access
- Swimming Pool
- Taxes included
- Wheelchair Friendly
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Apartment InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Check in time.: 14.00 pm,
Check out time: 11.00am
Cancellation Policy is 2 days before arrival
We accept credit card and cash on arrival (American Express, Visa and Mastercard)
Minimum stay 3 nights
Breakfast is included
Taxes are included
All rooms have WI FI and no additional cost.
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Ciudad de la Paz 2969,
It is located 200 meters from the subway line D, which connects this area with the tourist and financial district of Buenos Aires.
Our Apart Sures Belgrano Suites is located in an ideal location for easy access to various parts of the city. The shopping area of Avenida Cabildo offers choices for those interested in shopping and eating out to enjoy.
In the neighborhoods of Montserrat, San Nicols and San Telmo you can visit historical building such as Casa Rosada (government headquarters) , Plaza de Mayo, Metropolitan Cathedral, the Council, Block from the Lights (Manzana de las Luces). In the latter, visitors can tour the tunnels that were used as an escape during the colonial period.