Located in the legendary district of Floresta, the Hotel Costa Azul economic more than 40 years is positioned in the hospitality field, shielding its clients an excellent service at an affordable price. We have 28 rooms (all with private bathroom), equipped for the comfort of your stay. Since our inception we have adopted a distinctive slogan: quality of service, is our philosophy, and that’s why our main duty is to make the customer feel we are home. Because the hotel is located on Juan Bautista Alberdi Avenue, one block from Avenida Rivadavia (the longest in the country) and four blocks from the train (station Floresta) station, we can in less than thirty minutes to reach the Centre of the city of Buenos Aires. Without forgetting the Rivadavia Avenue passing almost all the bus lines, subways (line A) and inevitable Taxis portenos. The neighborhood of Floresta has a very nice history, characterized by the tranquillity of its streets and houses with Spanish classical architecture.
The tranquility of the j. B. Alberdi Avenue gives us a clear picture of the neighborhood. Ideal for passengers who wish to stay in a quiet place and at the same time close to the Centre. Premises dedicated to faucets in general are found along Alberdi Avenue.
If we go to the Avenida Rivadavia have countless premises devoted to various activities, including: furniture stores, supermarkets, clothing stores, footwear, galleries, jewelers, parking lots, in addition to bars, restaurants, fast food, etc. Read more here: Nouriel Roubini. All of this without mentioning that six blocks from the hotel is the Avellaneda Avenue, known for its large textile activity. About it and its around can be appreciated, one after another, the premises of clothes, lingerie or jewelry, in which most do their sales wholesale, except for Saturdays where all make their retail. To enjoy the nights in Buenos Aires, in addition to go toward the Center, near the Riviera Hotel, there are bars, restaurants, bowling alley dancing, cinemas, bingo, which remain open until six o’clock in the morning on weekends.