The Loft 2B has 2 beds: a queen-sized bed that is located in an open loft and a king-sized bed in the bedroom. The spaces are separated by a translucent glass wall.
Additionally, the Loft 1B has 2 beds, as well, but it is an open loft, i.e. there is no wall separating the main bedroom from the loft area where the second bed is located.
Most of our other apartments have pull-out sofa beds for additional guests.
Yes. If we are able to accommodate your early arrival or late departure because we do not have another person coming into the apartment, we will do this at no charge.
If you want to guarantee a check-in early/check-out late, you would have to book that night, as well.
The voltage in Argentina is 220 volts, which is similar to Europe. The United States, by comparison, has an electricity voltage of 110V. In addition, the wall socket is different than the ones in the United States.
No. There are 3 gyms in the immediate area that offer daily and weekly passes.
We DO NOT recommend changing for Argentine pesos before your trip since you will get an unfavorable rate in your home country. You can change enough currency to get you to the city center at the airport (if this is even necessary). For the best rate at the airport, DO NOT exchange currency at the Global Exchange desk. Their rates are terrible. If you need to change at the airport, change at Banco Nación as you exit customs.
At Poetry, we can exchange USD into local Argentine pesos at the current exchange rate. There are also ATM machines within 2 blocks of the building where you can withdraw local currency. If you choose this option, you should alert your banking institution prior to traveling that you will be in Argentina and will be accessing your cards. There will be a banking fee and currency spread paid in this transaction.