This club used to be called El Divino, at one point in time. Today, it is the most posh disco in the city, with three dance ... More
This club used to be called El Divino, at one point in time. Today, it is the most posh disco in the city, with three dance floors, and a sushi bar. Outside the club, on the patio you can catch Latin music, while inside the DJs play house. Every Wednesday, there's a party from 8p-2a. The Argentineans are world-famous for their partying ways; on the weekends, the club is forced to shut at 5a.
I went to Opera Bay this past April and It wasn't like any other place that I have experienced and I'm from Manhattan. The place was beautiful inside and out. The people are geourgeous too. I went on a Wed. night and was suprised to see how packed it was, even still at 2am. I would have loved to go on at Sat. night when they stay open until 5am. The music was great as well. You have latin, house, some hip-hop. Just perfect! I had one of the best times that I have ever had out. I love this place and I recommend it to anyone that visits Buenos Aires!
Too any one that traves to europe and parties alot. Instead of going out with 250 euros and haveing a great time in europe you can go out with 300 argentine pesos and feel like you can buy the world and opera bay is the best place in town.
The hotel is located in the best part of the downtown area, one block from Florida Street, steps from the
Galerias Pacifico Mall and San Martin Square . Also well located for all of Buenos Aires' key sites and ...
Abasto de Buenos Aires is built on the framework of one of the most representative buildings in the city; Mercado
del Abasto used to be, by the end of the 19th Century, the main supplier of fruits and vegetables ...
The Dolmen Hotel is ideally located in downtown Buenos Aires, just a few blocks from the fashionable Florida Street area
and steps away from San Martin Square. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily ...