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Buenos Aires Hotels Argentina

Buenos Aires Hotels - Buenos Aires is a city that all visitors come to love. Few who visit this vibrant and beautiful city ever leave unchanged. Tourism is a massive industry in Buenos Aires, therefore Buenos Aires hotels are world-renowned. Because of this it is not always easy to book rooms. Always book ahead.

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Hotel prices are moderate, however there are some bargain hotels available in Buenos Aires for the price-conscious traveler. There are a number of locally owned as well as international hotel chains that provide visitors with a wide choice for lodging.

Buenos Aires Hotels range from inexpensive hostels on up to the most luxurious five-star resorts. Buenos Aires is growing exponentially and new hotels are being built every year. Regardless of this growth, during peak season it is near impossible to find any available rooms – booking early is absolutely critical when visiting Buenos Aires.

When booking Buenos Aires hotel rooms, always be sure to check for website offers or other special rates or packages, and always ask what the best price is. The goal of each hotel is to fill up every room every night, so you may have some bargaining room.

Buenos Aires hotels offer a wide array of luxuries including Cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, and at the five-star hotels you’ll even find wonderful health clubs and spas. However if you are coming to Buenos Aires to explore the city and don’t plan to spend much time at the hotel, two or three-star hotels would be your best option. Even these hotels will offer luxury and conveniences that will make your stay enjoyable.

The Marriott Plaza Hotel - Calle Florida 1005 (tel. 888/236-2427 in the U.S.), is the oldest of the grand hotels still operating in Buenos Aires, and its location on Plaza San Martín can't be beat. The Hotel Castelar (tel. 11/4383-5000) sits on Avenida de Mayo, once the city's most glamorous street. This hotel, adorned with Italian marbles and bronzes, was once the favorite choice of Lorca and other Spanish writers in the 1930s, when Buenos Aires was the intellectual and literary capital of the Spanish-speaking world.

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Marriott Plaza Hotel
Calle Florida 1005
Buenos Aires, Argentina
This historic and grand hotel was built in 1909 – decorated with Italian marble and beautiful Persian carpets, this hotel serves the upper-class of Argentina’s elite and visitors. Staff and concierge service is unparalleled. Rooms are large and quite luxurious. Twenty six of the rooms overlook Plaza San Martin, and dining options include The Plaza Grill and The Plaza Bar. This hotel boasts the best health club in the city. As a bonus – the hotel even offers free historic tours of Buenos Aires, a highly recommended amenity...but book early.

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The Faena and Universe
Martha Salotti 445
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Located in the Puerto Madero district, this hotel is a high fashion choice for visitors with delectable taste and style. The hotel offers a variety of bars throughout the lobby. Opened in 2004, this beautiful hotel is a very glamorous resort. Elegant architecture and antique decor offer a welcoming feast for the eyes. Rooms are large and modern, offering beautiful cut-glass mirrors and home theater in every room. Some rooms look out over the city skyline, while others offer views of the Ecological Reserve and the Rio de la Plata. With a world-class health club, dining, bar and entertainment options throughout – this hotel is a vacation within a vacation.

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Home in Palermo
Honduras 5860
Buenos Aires, Argentina
One of the most beautiful boutique hotels in Palermo, the Home is already famous as the location where the Bush twins stayed during their stay in the Argentine capital. This boutique hotel features a lobby with funky vintage Danish furniture within a beautiful atrium. The hotel is home to a popular restaurant and bar. Rooms are beautiful and very modern with large bathrooms as well as some Jacuzzi suites available. Topped off with a heated outdoor pool – this hotel would make for a very luxurious stay.

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Soho All Suites
Honduras 4762
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Soho is a very modern and Chic boutique hotel A highly fashionable hotel, this stay will include rooms with kitchens, dishes and everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Rooms are modern and clean, with large sofas and bar stools. There is even a rooftop solarium that provides stunning views of the surrounding neighborhood. The lobby bar and patio lounge are popular among the Buenos Aires young media community.

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Art Hotel
Azcuénaga 1268
Buenos Aires, Argentina
One of the first boutique hotels in Buenos Aires which opened in 2004, this charming hotel retains the history of the property when it served as a budget hostel. The hotel has polished concrete floors with ornamental tiles – all rooms are comfortable and offer free Wi-Fi internet access. Rooms and bathrooms are a little bit small, and bathrooms have only showers. The lobby is filled with comfortable couches, pleasing art, and a rooftop solarium offers wonderful views of the surrounding area. Keep in mind that there is no gym or pool, but the more affordable price will reflect that.

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Hotel Ibis
Hipólito Yrigoyen 1592
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Budget chain Ibis offers visitors who are penny-conscious a comfortable and affordable place to stay while visiting the beautiful city of Buenos Aires. The advantage of this hotel is location – located on Plaza Congreso and adjacent to the Madres de Plaza de Mayo office, this hotel offers some great views of the city. The rooms are not tiny, but they are standard and no-frills. Internet and Wi-Fi access is available at a small hourly charge. There is a restaurant available that offers basic Argentine food at very good value. With a friendly staff and very affordable rates, the Hotel Ibis is probably the most inexpensive, yet comfortable, way to see Buenos Aires.

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Arroyo 841/849
Buenos Aires, Argentina
This is one of Buenos Aires newer hotels as well. Opened in 2002, this is a classy hotel near Plaza San Martin and is made up of two connected seven-story buildings and a 20-story neoclassical tower. The hotel has a stunning glass atrium lobby – open and airy with ficus trees, a stunning giant chandelier, and Botticino and black San Gabriel marble throughout. This hotel offers the Le Sud, a very elegant french restaurant as well as a very cozy library with a large fireplace. Rooms are very comfortable in modern French decor. Rooms offer impressive marble bathrooms and many rooms offer wonderful views.

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  • One of the largest cities of Latin America.
  • In 1810, armed citizens established a provisional representative government against Spanish rule.
  • Features both the world’s widest boulevard and the widest river.
  • The largest city in South America.
  • Buenos Aires is famous for the dance, the Tango.
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  • Greater Buenos Aires metro area has more than 12 million inhabitants
  • Home for writers Jorge Luis Borges, Ernesto Sabato, and Julio Cortazar
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