Hotels in Buenos Aires


Buenos Aires has seen a boom in boutique properties spring up in recent years, so pick the barrio that bests suits your needs and let hoteli... Read More

Buenos Aires has seen a boom in boutique properties spring up in recent years, so pick the barrio that bests suits your needs and let hoteliers do the rest. The city’s old world elegance and modern spirit come together in top-rated accommodations across town. Options run between luxury five-star treatment (Faena, Hub Porteño) down to more budget boutique hotels (Pop) in up-and-coming barrios.

Aesthetes should stay in the beautiful Recoleta neighborhood, home to the Four Seasons, which occupies a Belle Époque mansion. Palermo is more trendy, with chic accommodations like Hotel Clásico and Home Hotel, where hip locals mingle with visiting musicians. T+L’s guide has you set when deciding where to stay in Buenos Aires.

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  • Alvear Art

    At the younger, more casual sister of the famed Alvear Palace, one of Buenos Aires’s most famous hotels, guests can expect the same high level of... Read More

  • Faena Hotel

    The glamorous Faena Hotel set the style benchmark for Buenos Aires when it opened in Puerto Madero in 2004. The lavish rooms, designed by Philippe... Read More

  • Fierro Hotel

    Close attention to detail and genuinely warm service ensures that Fierro’s guests always leave happy. A hearty Irish-style breakfast at Uco restaurant... Read More

  • Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

    This Recoleta hotel is where rock legends such as Rod Stewart and Madonna stay when in town. The Four Seasons has just gone through an impeccable... Read More

  • Home Hotel

    When it opened in 2005, the Home Hotel quickly became the go-to lodging option for design aficionados and cool kids, putting Palermo Hollywood on the... Read More

  • Hotel Clásico

    Hotelier Adolfo Suaya—whose other spot, Casa Suaya, is a favorite among celebrities visiting the Uruguayan coast—asked the architects of this 32-room... Read More

  • Hotel Madero

    This trendy spot is in Puerto Madero, a neighborhood marked by glass-front buildings that line the Río de la Plata riverfront. The celebrity-filled... Read More

  • Mío Buenos Aires

    Owned by one of Argentina's principal winemaking families, grapes and wine are a core part of the hotel decor, from the recycled oak barrel entrance to... Read More

  • Oasis Collections

    Comparable to an upscale Airbnb, Oasis Collections rents stylish apartments and houses around the city, with many properties in Palermo, Recoleta,... Read More

  • Pop Hotel

    For cheap and cheery lodging in trendy Villa Crespo, book into Pop, the first of its kind in Buenos Aires. At this budget hotel, the 44 rooms are small... Read More

  • Puesto Viejo Estancia & Polo Club

    To truly experience glamorous world of polo, head to this ranch–owned by a British-Argentine couple–located an hour’s drive from the capital in Cañuelas... Read More

  • The 5th Floor

    A welcome addition to Buenos Aires’ small bed-and-breakfast scene, this fifth-floor, two-story accommodation has a Belle Epoque marble staircase, murano... Read More

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