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Casa Güemes
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Avenida Güemes 102, Avellaneda (Map)

Featuring 2 fully equipped common kitchens, 2 living rooms with sofas, and BBQ facilities, this guest house offers free Wi-Fi, a garden and a sun terrace in Avellaneda. The main street, Mitre avenue, is 600 metres away. The rooms in Casa Güemes feat  more...

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+54 01142012712

Hotel Familiar Lopez
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Av B Mitre 168, Avellaneda

The Hotel Familiar Lopez in Avellaneda, Argentina situated Av B Mitre 168 can be contacted by phone +54 01142012712. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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+54 01142017722

Hotel Casablanca
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Gral Levalle 421, Avellaneda

The Hotel Casablanca in Avellaneda, Argentina situated Gral Levalle 421 can be contacted by phone +54 01142017722. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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+54 03482481187

Hotel Avellaneda
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Ruta Nacional 11 Km 792, Avellaneda

The Hotel Avellaneda in Avellaneda, Argentina situated Ruta Nacional 11 Km 792 can be contacted by phone +54 03482481187. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Avellaneda:

Avellaneda (Spanish pronunciation: [aβeʎaˈneða]) is a port city in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the seat of the Avellaneda Partido, whose population was 328,980 as per the 2001 census [INDEC]. Avellaneda sits in the metropolitan area of the Greater Buenos Aires, and is connected to Buenos Aires City by several bridges over the Riachuelo River. A major rail center, Avellaneda is also one of the foremost commercial and industrial centers of Argentina. Its population has been stable since around 1960. Avellaneda's largest employers are textile mills, meat-packing and grain-processing plants, oil refineries, metallurgical works, extensive docking facilities, and markets for farm and ranch products. Avellaneda is also the home of two of the most important Argentine football clubs: Independiente and Racing. The city was formerly known as Barracas al Sur; it was renamed on January 11, 1904 after the statesman Nicolás Avellaneda.

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