Buenos Aires Hotels

High-end and design hotels are becoming increasingly more common in Buenos Aires, from classic establishments such as the Alvear Palace, to the design-led Faena Hotel + Universe, and stylish boutique Home Hotel. Hostels of varying quality are everywhere, particularly in San Telmo, the city centre, and parts of Palermo. Most hotels are priced in US Dollars but discounts can sometimes be gained by paying in cash in Argentine Pesos.

The Buenos Aires hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over US$300)
Moderate (US$100 to US$300)
Cheap (up to US$100)
These Buenos Aires hotel prices are the starting prices for a standard double room, unless otherwise indicated.

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Axel

(011) 4136 9393.

The gay-friendly Axel hotel chain has brought its luxury formula to Buenos Aires. This popular hotel is located in the heart of San Telmo, close to cafés, eclectic shops and plenty of nightlife. The über-cool Sky Bar is certainly a place to ‘be seen’, and its Sunday night pool parties are a fun way to round off the weekend. An on-site wellness centre offers a menu of invigorating massages, as well as a sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.

Faena Hotel + Universe

(011) 4010 9000.

Leading the way for design hotels in Buenos Aires, the Faena Hotel + Universe has been crafted out of a former grain warehouse amid the docks of Puerto Madero. Designed by Philippe Starck, the interior is an eclectic mix of minimalist décor, regal furniture and quirky artefacts. This red-brick palace of 83 rooms also includes a spa, exquisite outdoor pool, state-of-the-art business centre and two stylish restaurants. Standard bedrooms are on the small side, but everything from the thick white linen to the complimentary chocolates is of the highest quality.

Martha Salotti 445, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Alvear Palace Hotel

(011) 4808 2100.

The Alvear is in the upper league of world-class, luxury hotels in Buenos Aires. This elegant establishment has been a favourite with royals and diplomats since it opened in 1932. Conceived during the belle époque, the hotel is a symbol of that era, and some rooms contain reproductions of renowned pieces of French decorative art. The hotel has every comfort you could want and is a short walk from the best restaurants, boutiques and museums of Recoleta.

Buenos Aires Rent

(011) 4998 9449.

Apartments in Buenos Aires are an excellent option even for short stays. They often provide a more authentic and relaxed experience at a very reasonable price. Buenos Aires Rent offers a range of good apartments for everyone from single travellers to big groups. Properties can be viewed online and the bilingual owner, Paula, is helpful both before and during your visit, and can provide a concierge service on request.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Art Hotel

(011) 4821 4744.

Book ahead if you want to stay at this elegantly renovated town house, as its very reasonable prices make it justly popular. The 36 tastefully decorated rooms all contain works of art by Argentine artists. The art theme continues into the public areas where there is a gallery and swish bar. The historic city centre and Recoleta are a short walk away.

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Azcuenaga 1268

Home Hotel

(011) 4778 1008.

The multi award-winning Home Hotel is a tranquil and stylish retreat in trendy Palermo. Escape the crowds and oppressive heat in the Home Garden, complete with heated pool and soft green lawn. Scandinavian furniture sits amid luxurious French wallpaper in the 17 designer bedrooms, while the basement houses a sleek spa, with a range of massage, body and facial therapies.

La Otra Orilla

(011) 4863 7426.

This Buenos Aires bed and breakfast is run by a mother and daughter who have opened their family home to guests. Rooms are very individual, two with shared bathrooms, reflected by a range of prices. The buffet breakfast is excellent, as is the central Palermo location and the leafy patio.

Julian Alvarez 1779, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Hotel Frossard

(011) 4322 1811.

This centrally located Buenos Aires hotel offers simple, modern facilities in an old, French-style house. Most visitors are attracted by reasonable prices and the ease of access to nearby cultural attractions, rather than charm or service. Offering bed and breakfast only, Hotel Frossard is surrounded by many of the city's finest cafés and restaurants, making it a great option for a cheap hotel in Buenos Aires.

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Tucuman 686 - San Nicolás

Telmo Tango

(011) 4361 5808.

This friendly hostel in San Telmo is a clean and comfortable option for those new to Buenos Aires. Organised trips include outings to football games, and the manager, who speaks good English, is more than happy to fill newcomers in on what is going on in the city. The terrace on the top of the building unfortunately lacks any kind of view, but it is a nice little space in which to catch the sun away from the busy streets. Some rooms are much better than others – ask for one at the front of the building that benefits from a balcony.

Chacabuco 679, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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