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Livian Guest House 10 rooms from $62Buenos Aires
A hip and romantic B&B set in a beautiful neo-classical building and surrounded by artworks. Lovely boutique rooms have attractive decoration and views onto a pretty garden. Breakfast room, sun bathing area, tango lessons and yoga classes. A real steal in a cool area.Sights nearby - Armenia Square and Serrano Square are bustling with attractions.Romantic - Good for couples.Local markets - Good for local colour.
Pop Hotel Villa Crespo 44 rooms from $53Buenos Aires
Colourful boutique hotel in Villa Crespo. Contemporary rooms have large beds, flat screen TVs, iPod docks and modern bathrooms. Library lounge and business centre to plan your excursions from. No restaurant, but walking distance to plenty of eateries. Great value, cool and friendly.City Style - Located in the buzzy Villa Crespo neighbourhood, a great value base to explore the city from, especially using hotel bicyclesGreat walks - In nearby Buenos Aires Botanic GardenSights nearby - Serrano SquareQuirky - An experience!
Art Hotel 35 rooms from $59Buenos Aires (Bairo Norte/Recoleta)
Great value hotel in Buenos Aires most exclusive neighbourhood. Elegant and understated rooms house canopied beds, wrought-iron balconies and original Argentinean art. Charming inner patio, art gallery and cozy library to boot. Don't miss breakfast on the pretty roof terrace.Value chic - In a prime location, surrounded by the hippest spots in town, with elegant understated interiors and a reasonable price.Local exploring - Wander amongst the marble-facade mansions and leafty streets of the hisotric and upmarket Recoleta area.Romantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - I Escape
Claridge Hotel 152 rooms from $67Buenos Aires
A traditional European-style hotel with classic bedrooms and great business facilities. The Tudor-style restaurant serves local and international cuisine and the cultural heritage coffee shop is renowned for its high tea.The rooftop pool boasts wonderful views of the city.Value chic - Centrally located, elegantly decorated and with wonderful services and a touch of glamour- all for a very affordable price.Sights nearby - Head down to the nearby La Casa Rosada, the executive mansion of the President of Argentina, to watch the changing of the guard.Lively - Live music in the English style pub.Swimming Pool - Lovely outdoor pool
1555 Malabia House 15 rooms from $96Buenos Aires (Palermo Soho)
An old convent turned designer bed-and-breakfast in a fun, safe neighbourhood. Lots of natural light, high ceilings, and white open spaces meld with traditional features to create a sense of wellbeing. A lovely place to relax and to explore the city from.City Style - A century-old town house and convent turned chic boutique property in the trendy Palermo Viejo neighborhood.Local markets - Close to both the Evita Museum and the Fine Arts Museum.Sights nearby - Nearby to Palmero Zoo and the Botanical Gardens.Restrictions on children - Adult only.Recommended by - Fodors
Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires 39 rooms from $107Buenos Aires (San Telmo)
A beautifully resotred Art-Deco building in San Telmo, offering luxurious modern facilities. Loft-like rooms boast sophisticated style with lots of natural light, white washed walls, and rich wooden furnishings. A stylish city stay with Bohemian undertones and plenty of crushed velvet!Honeymoons - A unique honeymoon experience with the subtly sumptuous king sized suites, tangoo basement and sultry jazz-age lounge.City Style - Art Deco style with a modern twist- wrought-iron cage lift and crushed velvet drapes meets cowhide upholstery.Views - Fantastic views of the city from the roof terrace.Lively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - I Escape, Tablet
Krista Hotel 10 rooms from $110Buenos Aires
A boutique B&B in a bohemian district of central Buenos Aires. Understated elegance is the order of the day with ten beautiful individually decorated rooms. Natural light fills charming courtyards and exquisite textiles cover oak paneling. A peaceful sanctuary in a trendy area.City Style - With Original wood floors, high ceilings, dark oak panelling, exquisite stained glass and subtle design touches.Great walks - The lovely Parque Tres de Febrero has rose gardens, boating lakes and Japanese gardens.Spa - Spa treatment rooms.Lively - Hip and happening.Recommended by - I Escape
A Hotel 35 rooms from $95Buenos Aires (Barrio Norte/Recoleta)
A hotel in a leafy residential area with an art gallery, sweeping marble staircases, and a roof top terrace with views over Buenos Aries. A cosily romantic place to stay, relax, and peruse the many artworks in the hotel and surrounding galleries.Artworks - Lobby art gallery.Local markets - Good for local colour.Romantic - Good for couples.Sights nearby - Well located for major sights.Recommended by - I Escape
Hotel Babel 9 rooms from $101Buenos Aires
Hotel Babel is a hub for the hip and trendy - and great value for money. An anything goes atmosphere with retro designs. A laid back and funky place to stay in BA's boho district.Less £Value chicCity StyleRestrictions on children - Adults only.Recommended by - I Escape, Fodors
L'Hotel Palermo 24 rooms from $103Buenos Aires
A secluded hidden gem in the heart of lively Palermo Soho. A uniquely quiet destination with a large garden and stunning roof top terrace - sip cocktails and recline on the wooden beds St Tropez style. A chic refuge.Quiet - A real hide-away in the centre of bustling Palermo Soho.Hideaway - A gem hidden in central Palermo Soho.Garden - The biggest garden in Palermo Soho.City StyleRecommended by - Tablet
Vain Boutique Hotel 15 rooms from $109Buenos Aires
A wonderfully placed boutique hotel close to Palermo Soho's hip boutiques and BA's only Botanical and Rose Garden. Avant-garde design, individually decorated rooms, and tranquility in the solitude of a terraced hide-out. An ideal base to explore BA from.BoutiqueChicCity StyleSights nearby - Close to the Malba gallery - contemporary Latin American art (Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera).Recommended by - I Escape, Tablet
Home Buenos Aires 20 rooms from $120Buenos Aires
A funky boutique hotel, oozing life and understated cool. Contemporary rooms are decorated with vibrant colours on white washed walls, vintage wallpaper and retro furniture. The bar has a wide selection of cocktails and the spa offers Ayurvedic massage. A trendy hang out you could call home.Total relaxation - Truly homely, with warm service, fresh flowers everywhere, seaweed wraps, massages and deep soaking tubs.Local markets - A 10-block walk from Serrano Square’s trendy craft fair in Palermo.Restrictions on children - Older children are accepted.Swimming Pool - Outdoor poolRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Kiwi Collection, Fodors
Legado Mìtico 11 rooms from $147Buenos Aires
A wonderfully unique hotel, with undertones of quiet sophistication and glamour. Each room gently honors a national hero. Wooden floors, paintings, posters of the era, and fireplaces make it a completely charming cultural infusion. No restaurant or bar, but in a buzzy area of town.Value chic - Great value for a remarkable stay- with leather Chesterfields and Mies van der Rohe chairs mixed with old tango posters.City Style - Effortlessly stylish and sophisticated, each room subtly nods to a hero of Argentina's tumultuous past.Restrictions on children - 12 years and older only.Swimming Pool - Outdoor poolRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape, Tablet, Fodors, Johansens, Kiwi Collection
Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires 102 rooms from $134Buenos Aires (907 (Esquina Paraguay))
An extremely smart contemporary hotel in BA's financial district. Primarily a business destination, but its outstanding facilities and magnificent roof top Sky Bar should not deter any city visitors.Business meetings - Located in the financial district this is a prime spot for business meetings.Bar - Magnificent open-air Sky Bar.ContemporaryCity StyleRecommended by - Tablet
Mansion Vitraux 12 rooms from $137Buenos Aires
A boutique hotel in the outstanding location of San Telmo. Eclectic contemporary designs set this hotel apart architecturally - not to mention the accompanying luxury of the spa, magnificent views from the roof top terrace, and complimentary wine-tasting. True city-style.Roof terrace - Roof terrace with swimming pool, deck chairs, and fantastic views of the surrounding spires.Outstanding location - San Telmo is vey near the main attractions, but quiet in the evenings.Boutique - Contemporary designs, but electically styled.Wine tasting - Free wine tasting.Recommended by - I Escape, Tablet
Mine Hotel Boutique 20 rooms from $160Buenos Aires
A hip, intimate, and eco-friendly hotel in the heart of Palermo Soho - enjoy the boutiques and bars on the hotel's doorstep. Bright contemporary interiors and in-room jacuzzis ensure a comfortable stay. Suitable for families and city-explorers.Outstanding location - Slap bang in the middle of Palermo Soho's boutiques and bars.Eco - Impressive environmental practices.City StyleSwimming Pool - Lovely Outdoor PoolRecommended by - I Escape, Johansens, Kiwi Collection
Vitrum 13 rooms from $162Buenos Aires (Palermo Hollywood)
This striking Art Deco hotel is a lively destination. Avant-garde designs, colourful boutique rooms, fabulous spa, and trendy restaurant - all ensure an exciting stay for a city break.Lively - Hip and happening.City StyleLocal markets - Good for local colour.SpaRecommended by - Tablet
CasaCalma Hotel 17 rooms from $181Buenos Aires
This hotel is an eco warrior's fairytale. A Robinson Crusoe-esque building wrapped in the canopy of plants to save energy. Each light-wooded and bright room is a private spa-haven with a jacuzzi and sauna. The ultimate eco spa-break.Spa breaks - Each room is designed as an individual spa centre wit jacuzzi, rain showers, private saunas, massages.Hot Tub - Each room has a large jacuzzi.Organic foodWellbeingRecommended by - I Escape, Kiwi Collection
Hotel Madero 197 rooms from $194Buenos Aires
Urban and modern designs welcome guests to this boutique hotel in the happening Puerto Madero District. Chic, modern rooms, with private balconies boasting fantastic views of the River. Red Resto & Lounge offers an extensive wine list with its French-Argentinean cuisine, or check out The White Bar.City Style - Popular with visiting British rock stars, television personalities, and fashion photographers for its sleek and subtle swagger.Local markets - Be sure to head down to nearby Dorrego Square, where each Sunday an antiques fair takes place.Great walks - Take a stroll down to the riverside ecological reserve, for a breath of fresh air.Spa - Spa treatments on request.Recommended by - Tablet, Fodors
Sofitel Buenos Aires 140 rooms from $244Buenos Aires (Capital Federal)
Gallic charm merges with Argentine flair in this imposing landmark building. Situated steps from antique shops and art galleries, and equipped with fantastic facilities. Exuding old school elegance and charm this hotel is a great spot for any visitor. Large, luxurious rooms and fine dining for all.City Style - An Argentinean Art Deco landmark, swathed in elegance & glamour with splendid chandeliers & glimmering Boticcino marble floors.Romantic Break - French drapes, dark-wood furnishings, fresh flowers and unbelievably plush beds lend an old school romance to these suites.Sights nearby - Recoleta Cemetery is within walking distance, or request a car from the front desk.Swimming Pool - Indoor PoolRecommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection, Fodors
CasaSur Art Hotel 36 rooms from $260Buenos Aires
An ultra-chic hotel in the trendy district of Recoleta. Rich wooden furnishings, neutral tones and subtle lighting make for a smart-rustic but relaxed ambience. A fantastic Indian restaurant, Bengal, and a pampering spa. A stylish city spot.City StyleSpaSights nearby - Well located for major sights.Recommended by - Kiwi Collection, Small Luxury Hotels
Alvear Art Hotel 139 rooms from $295Buenos Aires
Billed as an art hotel and close to the financial district, this tall new boutique hotel has fabulous panoramic views of the city. Sunny, light and airy, public rooms and suites are spacious and luxurious. Marble, natural fabrics, mirrors and art, are used to the bare minimum, the effect is superb.Suites - Suites are luxurious and spacious, natural fabrics, marble bathrooms some with private JucuzziRestaurant - International cuisine and seasonal dishes served in stylish contemporary surroundingsSpa - The spa and fitness centre are on the top floor with stunning views of the citySights nearby - A stone's throw from San Martin Square, Santa Fe Avenue and Florida StreetRecommended by - Tablet
Faena Hotel + Universe 90 rooms from $438Buenos Aires
This Philippe Starck-designed hotel represents the best in extravagant decoration and cultural performance. Lavish and individually decorated rooms, fantastic restaurants, and performance spaces which host anything from tango to art exhibitions. A unique experience.Foodies - With a range of choices from El Bistro, El Mercado, The Library Lounge and La Cava there is truly something for every palette.City Style - This trendy and sophisticated hotel by Argentinean fashion designer Alan Faena and Philippe Starck oozes elegance.Cooking classes - The hotels ‘School of Good Living’ offers classes on dance, cooking and wine- a must!Designer - Interiors by Philippe Starck.Recommended by - I Escape, Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection, Mr & Mrs Smith
MIO BUENOS AIRES 30 rooms from $360Buenos Aires (RECOLETA)
A majestic boutique hotel. Stunning six meter-high doors made from French oak wine barrels lead into a wonderland of design - marbles, silks, cottons, and glass abound. Luxury spa, gourmet restaurant, and lively bar. A marvellously unique hotel for city visitors.Library - Vast library with an exlcusive selection of books and Ipads too.Sitting Room - The hotel lounge is stop on the local nightlife circuit.Suites - Rooms and suites are more like private apartments.Bar - Terrace bar with stunning views.Recommended by - Tablet, Kiwi Collection
Algodon Mansion 10 rooms from $480Buenos Aires
This townhouse hotel epitomises all things luxurious with uncompromising classical elegance. Ten outstanding suites provide private butlers, pianos, and chefs. Fantastic spa, extensive wine lists, and magnificent Sky Bar. Extravagance with style.Artworks - The hotel exhibits the art works of contemporary artist Eduardo Hoffman.Roof terrace - Magnificent views from the Sky Bar, swimming pool, deck chairs.Outstanding location - Set in Recoleta - the Belgravia of Buenos Aires.Good wine list - Award-winning wines.Recommended by - Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
Alvear Palace Hotel 188 rooms from $500Buenos Aires
Alvear Palace has all the splendour that one would expect from an aristocratic palace. Grandeur and elegance permeate the interior with marble floors, chandeliers, glittering ballrooms and banquet halls. The lap of luxury for any city visitor whether on business or holiday.Private dining room - 12 magnificent ballrooms and banqueting halls - up to 1500 people.Elegant - The height of sophistication and Belle Epoque elegance.Outstanding location - Very close to cultural attractions and shopping areas.Restaurant - Delicious French cuisine.Recommended by - I Escape, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires 165 rooms from $550Buenos Aires
A 5* luxury hotel in a 1930s mansion. Contemporary and masculine decoration with hard woods and sleek clean lines. The spa is its piece de resistance. A stylish destination not just for business meetings or spa breaks.Restaurant - Two gourmet restaurants and separate breakfast and tea room with garden views.Spa breaks - The most extensive spa in town.Spa - Extensive spa.LuxuryRecommended by - Tablet, Fodors, Kiwi Collection
About Buenos Aires
In the colourful heart of busy Buenos Aires you see business men in suits dashing past fruit sellers and their stalls, and the local butcher might be sandwiched between an internationally known boutique and an award winning seafood restaurant. Buenos Aires is both cosmopolitan metropolis and, in places, a small, friendly town. A place where everything from wine to the tango deserves celebrating in festival form! Every barrio, or neighbourhood, has something different to offer, so deciding on the best places to stay in Buenos Aires can have a big impact on your visit.
'Mash-ups' are where the appeal of this city-like-no-other lies. In the Bacchanalian atmosphere of partying 'til dawn and sleeping 'til midday, but still open for business first thing. In the edgy 21st Century style encroaching politely onto the faded gentility. She's half Latin American, half European and totally unique.
Palmero Viejo is one of the best places to stay in Buenos Aires if you want to immerse yourself in the nightlife. A magnet for independent boutiques, street culture and club culture, this is the perfect spot for evening people watching in the trendy cafes and bars. Palmero Viejo is also the only part of the Palmero district not filled with high rise apartments, so it's got more of a traditional feel. Bohemian Palmero Hollywood is a good neighbourhood for restaurants.
San Telmo was once one of Buenos Aires' wealthiest, as well as oldest district, but she was left dilapidated by a Yellow Fever epidemic in 1871. Some of the beautiful old building are now being restored and if you appreciate distinctive architecture this is one of the best places to stay in Buenos Aires. San Telmo is also well known for its Sunday fair, antiques shopping and tango schools...
If you enjoy poking round galleries and antique shops, head to Retiro. This is also where you'll find the Palacio Paz, and several other interesting old palaces. And the central train and bus stations.
The famous red brick dockyards of Puerto Madero are being gentrified into a brand new, vibrant waterfront neighbourhood. The best places to stay in Buenos Aires are never far from shops, bars, restaurants and other entertainments including concert halls and auditoriums.
The Best Places to Stay in Buenos Aires for a City Break
- Super smart and chic, the Hotel Pulitzer is right in the heart of things. The Sky Bar on the roof has some of this city's best views of this city.
- Claridge Hotel is a traditional, European style hotel on a quiet road off from Calle Florida, one of this town's main shopping streets. Packed with Colonial elegance, Claridge Hotel is very reasonably priced, with its 152 rooms starting from just $71 per night.
- If you prefer a smaller hotel, try Krista Hotel, an elegantly understated B&B with just ten rooms. Lots of carefully selected features and a small spa will have you feeling extra pampered.
- Mansion Vitraux's contemporary style and eclectic design set it apart - then there's the luxurious spa, magnificent views from the roof terrace and the complementary wine tastings.
- L'Hotel Palermo is a secluded gem in the heart of lively Palermo Soho. With just 24 rooms and the largest garden in the district, this is a great place to stay if you're here to relax.
The Best Places to Stay in Buenos Aires for Fun!
- Hotel Babel is a hub for hipsters in boho San Telmo, with an anything goes atmosphere, just nine, great value rooms and plenty of retro cool furniture.
- 1555 Malabia House is an old convent turned B&B, in leafy, but trendy Palermo Soho, with lots of natural light, high ceilings and some very beautiful traditional features.
The Best Places to Stay in Buenos Aires for Something Special
- Philippe Starck designed the Faena Hotel + Universe, a totally luxurious, yet totally original experience. The 'Universe' bit of the name refers to the hotel's other roles, as spa, performance space, exhibition space, restaurants and 'library lounge'. Each guest is assigned an 'experience manager', who's there to arrange your stay - everything from polo matches to tango lessons.
- Vitrum is striking and memorable. 1960s modern and very colourful, this hotel is as lively as it looks, with a great spa and trendy restaurant.
- The CasaCalma Hotel looks like something Robinson Crusoe might have dreamed up - a real eco-warrior's fairytale in pale rooms which welcome in floods of natural light. Each room is designed as an individual spa centre with a private jacuzzi, rain showers and private saunas.
- Legado Mìtico is a wonderfully Argentinian themed hotel with individually decorated rooms themed around local heros from Che Guevara to Eva Peron.
- Mine Hotel Boutique is hip yet intimate, boutique-y, yet eco-friendly.
The Most Luxurious Places to Stay in Buenos Aires
- The Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires is the most expensive spa in town, a five start hotel in a converted 1930s mansion.. The decor is stylish and masculine and there's a choice of restaurants.
- The Alvear Palace Hotel is a grand converted Belle Epoque palace with marble floors, chandeliers, glittering ballrooms and banquet halls.
The Best Places to Stay in Buenos Aires on a Budget
- The Avant-garde design and simple, yet funky, individual room designs make Vain Boutique Hotel one of the best places to stay in Buenos Aires on a budget.
- A Hotel is in a leafy, residential area, with beautiful views over the rest of the city. The hotel's art galley gives this cosy, romantic spot something extra, but it's also great value, with its 35 rooms starting from just £59 per night.
The Best Places to Stay in Buenos Aires for Families
- The Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires occupies a restored Art Deco building in San Telmo. It's rooms are large and light - perfect for families - and there's a gentle bohemian flair to the whole place, from its 130 seat theatre to the bar with its 300 strong wine list.
- The Art Hotel is in a quiet, arty neighbourhood well located for major sights. The hotel is arty inside, with its own gallery and a number of Argentinian art works on the walls. Rooms are easily joined together for groups or families.
You can always explore further in the vibrant and exciting country that is, Argentina.