We’re loving this mix of chic and simple mid century design and style and the warm inviting atmosphere here. The historic beauty of the home remains unchanged and has been transformed into a communal gathering place and home away from home in the city.
Casa Helsinki Cordoba, Argentina
Located in the historic Alberdi district in central Cordoba, this 18th century townhouse sits along the western edge of the city in one of the most vibrant and populous neighborhoods.
The former home of architecture and hospitality enthusiast Diego Sanchez, the house has been featured in numerous design magazines for it’s inspired mix of old and new.
Designed as a shared guesthouse for travelers, the house inspires guests to mingle and share the communal spaces while still providing privacy in the four individual bedrooms. Drawing inspiration from the spartan minimalism and elegance of Nordic design and mid century style, Sanchez designed the interiors with a mixture of simplicity and warmth, with the historic features of the house blending seamlessly with the mid-century furnishings, and handcrafted elements. With four bedrooms, the home can sleep up to seven total with two living rooms and a fully equipped kitchen to share.
Outside a garden courtyard and lounge area allows guests to dine alfresco and enjoy peace and privacy in the heart of the city.
Wifi throughout, LCD TV with satellite HDTV in the living room. Housekeeping included with on site laundry facilities.
Set in a vast valley directly in the central heart of Argentina, Cordoba is surrounded by the central Sierras mountain ranges. The first capital of the country, the Spanish colonial architecture and history sit alongside a vibrant modern culture known for it’s nightlife, municipal art galleries and gastronomy for a fascinating blend of old and new. Awarded the title of Cultural Capital of the Americas, Cordoba was the mid point along the Camino Real. Home to the 17th century Manzana Jesuítica Jesuit complex, the colonial influence is prominent throughout the city with beautiful promenades connecting the Plaza San Martín and its neo-Baroque Córdoba Cathedral with lovely green spaces and parks dotting the city. Outside of the city just north of Santa Catalina is one of the country’s most important archeological sites, Cerro Colorado, featuring hundreds of pre-Columbian petroglyphs while northwest of the city is the verdant Punillo Valley and south is the Calamuchita Valley.
Cordoba, Argentina. Nearest Airport: Ingeniero Ambrosio Taravella Airport (14km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: The city is nice year round but best in March-May & August-November
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Casa Helsinkifrom $33/ nt
|$260 x 4||$1,040|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||$500|
|TOTAL (with Deposit)||$1,780|
100% refund for cancellations request by at (property’s local time). No refund if less than 14 days priors to arrival day.