You will be able to find a good selection of budget and mid range options as well as more luxurious and expensive hotels. Accommodation is scattered around the city; some places to look include:
- budget hotels and hostels on the edge of downtown.
- chic boutique hotels on the higher end.
- the fancy residential neighborhood is also home to the four-star and up crowd including the Park Hyatt.
- an old port area which has been renovated and now hosts the best and most famous restaurants in town and multinational companies. Because it is the most secure zone of Buenos Aires, lots of foreign travelers prefer to stay at hotels in Puerto Madero, such as the Hilton.
There are hundred of apartments, ranging from economy to deluxe, and the prices are very good. As well as going through an agency keep an eye and an ear out for individuals who rent their upscale apartments by the day, week, or month. Many times these apartments are three times the size of a hotel at half the price.
It is worth noting that there are many short-term rental agents in Buenos Aires (a online search will bring up most of them). However the availability calendars can be misleading, since that apartments are often advertised by multiple agents and the agents don't communicate with each other. Photos can also be misleading and street noise can ruin an otherwise beautiful apartment so do some research off and on the field before signing up. If you are flexible on the area it may be better to wait until you arrive before looking - it is also easier to negotiate discounts face-to-face.
There is an enormous number (more than 150) of hostels. In the more famous hostels, booking in advance might be necessary, but you'll always find a dorm bed if you need it. There are many budget hotels where you can get your own room for no more than 55 to 75 pesos ($15 or $20) per night. You will not find them advertised on the internet. They can be hard to find, but there are many. Walk down Avenida de Mayo near Café Tortoni. Start from Avenida 9 de Julio (the giant, wide one) and make your way towards the Plaza de Mayo. Look on the small side streets plus or minus two blocks and you will find many of these places.
NB: Unlike most South American cities, the better Buenos Aires hostels will be fully booked at weekends. You can always find something, but if you want a specific hostel, book in advance.
Sandanzas HostelBalcarce 1351, San Telmo. Breakfast, wifi, movies, the receptionnists are very friendly and have a lot to offer in tips to visit the city, places to go out, history of Argentina, etc. Very good atmosphere. Giorgio's House Bed and Breakfast GuesthouseAvenida Rivadavia 5012. In front of the subway and next to the park. Furnitures in wood, large rooms common kitchen, free tango classes,Breakfast, wifi,tours and cooking classes.
Casa de Papa http://www.hostal-buenos-aires.com Tel +54 (11) 4383 6755. Avenida de Mayo 1460 Located in the very center of Buenos Aires, Casa de Papa is a small, cozy hostel for those looking for more personal attention. The owners are very friendly and love to help make your stay the best it can be. They offer discount bus and plane tickets to their guests, have a fully equipped kitchen, hot water, wifi, and delicious breakfast. Minihostels.com members get 10% off every night they stay.
El Sol HostelPhone: +54 (11) 4811-6802Marcelo T. de Alvear 1590 Located in the Recoleta on the corner of Alvear and Montevideo, El Sol Hostel is a friendly hostel with nice staff. It is close to many tourist attractions and only one block away from Avenida Santa Fe where it is easy to catch many different bus lines. It is a 20 minute walk from Retiro Train Station and Bus Terminal as well. There is free wifi, free breakfast, a common room, a kitchen, and dorm rooms or private rooms are available. This hostel hosts a mainly younger crowd.
Located in the most central spot of Buenos Aires, over Florida Street, the major tourist pedestrian road of the city. A few meters from the famous Corrientes Avenue, heart of the “Porteños” culture. A few blocks away from the 9 de Julio Avenue and just steps from main transportation. Buenos Aires Hostel Suites Florida has the best location possible at downtown. All our rooms possess private bathrooms, heating and air conditioned.
Kilca HostelPhone: 0054 11 43811966Mexico 1545. Located in the upcoming Montserrat neighborhood, where there are few tourists and more local activity going on. This casual hostel also has an awesome vibe; it's in an early 1900s house, there's a funky kitchen and the small leafy courtyard is prime for relaxing.Rooms are lined around a small central patio, and some dorms have lofts. There are 30 beds, so it's pretty intimate, and occasional barbeques help stir the social scene further. Outside, a hammock or two are great for hanging around, and there's even a small bar area in the dining room. Che LagartoVenezuela #857Phone: +5411-4343-4845South America's first private hostel chain with hostels in different locations throughout South America, including Buenos Aires. Located in the area of Plaza de Mayo-San, Telmo, the hostel offers inexpensive and good quality accommodation Rooms from 44 pesos ($12). La MeNeSuNdA HostelPhone: +54 (11) 4957-0946Av. Boedo 742 Boedo Buenos Aires. This hostel is in a quiet area, away from the downtown noises, in the traditional tango neighborhood. You can still get to downtown quickly though as it is only 10 minutes away as well as being near to Almagro and Palermo Neighborhoods. It offers: breakfast, free internet and WiFi, shared kitchen, DVD room and free DVD movies, solarium and BBQ, linen included, housekeeping, lockers and security box, transfers, tours and bus-flights tickets.
Milhouse Hostel, Hipólito Yrigoyen Street 959; tel: +54 (11) 4345-9604 /+54 (11) 4343-5038, . Backpackers' favorite right in the center. This huge hotel has internet facilities, and shared kitchen; also organizes many expensive tours and tango lessons. Definitely a party place though and the atrium reverberates sound, making it very noisy and not an ideal place to sleep. Has a fingerprint door entry system and surveillance. Dorm: 34/38 pesos members/nonmembers (note that you have to pay your stay in advance and they do not give refunds if you decide to leave earlier than planned).
Versalles PalaceDr. E. Finochietto 864 tel: (54 11) 4361-7356 / 4361-7357. If you're looking for a simple, clean and affordable place, this is the one. Don't expect the services of a full hotel, it's much simpler, but much, much better than a hostel, including private clean bathrooms. It's not far away from downtown, with easy bus, cab or subte(subway) access. The ClanPhone: +54 (11) 4334-3401Alsina 912 (San Nicolas);, website. A lively YMCA youth hostel. If you're looking to see the nightlife of Buenos Aires this is the place for you. The parties last all night in this international environment. Very affordable with very laid back staff. Full breakfast provided. Information on excursions and Spanish classes can be found. Located 1 block from 9 de Julio and 2 blocks from Avenida de Mayo, it is in the center of all the action. Way better than the nearby Milhouse Hostel. Teresita B&BPhone: 54 (11) 4293 5992Spiro 456 Adrogue, Tel:+. Charming brick wall, ground floor unit with exposed cypress beam high-ceilings and Mexican terracotta-tile flooring. Rustic furnishings with South American indigenous art accents. Antique bathrooms fixtures. Designed to provide the ultimate in privacy, blending rustic beauty with modern amenities for a truly comfortable experience while in Buenos Aires. Arahaus hostelEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: +54 11 4382 8375Calle Mexico 1482 (second floor), Congreso. A sweet home located on Calle Mexico, Congreso (at the south end of centro). This is a converted apartment with just a few nice rooms. Free internet and a TV in the front room. It is run by a really nice chica called Hebe, who will make you feel at home, and it is cheap (current prices are: US $20/ARS$100 per night for a double room as of Feb. 2011). Hebe actually prefers to host students who will stay for several weeks or months (prices then get cheaper) but is open to one or just a few nights. Anyway, it is definitely worth checking out for a tranquil stay in Buenos Aires. El Firulete (Downtown)Great spacious hostel in the Microcenter (Maipu 208). Large lounge with TV and projector, Free internet, helpful staff, average breakfast. $14 USD for a private room. La Posta del BartoA rather calm hostel in a nice old house. free internet, kitchen, breakfast included. dorm: 18 pesos.
Hostel San Telmo Only 14 pesos per person per night. However, it is a bit cramped but this creates the feel of a real family atmosphere, It is located in the middle of San Telmo close to restaurants, its a cheap place to hangout and get to know some interesting people!
Gran Hotel Espana (not to be confused with the Hispano), Tacuari 80. Across from there is Hotel Uruguay. 45 to 50 pesos for a single room. Rooms are nice, but typically will not have air conditioning.
Hostel BelgranoMoldes 1785Phone: +54 (11) 4789-9416Price: $25New hostel with official government certification opened in 2008. Clean, comfortable, private and shared rooms available for short term and long term stays. Airport transportation (check schedules), WiFi and breakfast included in price. Spanish classes and City Tours also available.
Alpino HotelCabello 3318, Barrio de PalermoPhone: (54) (11) 4802-5151Price: Room rates start at USD 98.00Offers highly comfortable, spacious, carpeted, and with large windows rooms all fully equipped with air-conditioner, cabinet, LCD TV, and minibar. It offers facilities and services such as valet parking, dry cleaning service, free Wi-Fi, and a ballroom with capacity for 50 people. Amable Buenos Aires Hostel BoutiqueAvenida Corrientes 4965Phone: 54 (11) 4587 7405While it is located in a very accessible part of the capital, the Amable Buenos Aires Hostel Boutique in Buenos Aires, Argentina is found along the safe and quiet Corrientes Avenue. It offers Individual, Cama Matrimonial, Superior, Superior De Lujo, Doble, Triple and Matrimonial Superior with cable television, air-conditioning and bathroom supplies. Some of its facilities and services are Wi-Fi internet access, terrace solarium with grill and luggage storage. Tango Lodge Palermo SohoFray Justo Santamaria de Oro 2047Email: email@example.comPrice: Usd 120 per night including taxes, daily maid service and wi fi internet connectionTango Lodge is the first Real Tango Apart Hotel in Palermo Soho. It combines the services of a typical apart hotel with tango classes and a dancing space. All rooms have private bathroom, complete kitchennete and individual balconies. They are equipped with LCD TV, air conditioning, fridge, safety box, microwave, kitchen utensils, desk and queen / twin sommier. Tango classes are offered at a special price for guests. Hotel DiplomatSan Martin 918Phone: 43 119370Price: Rates start at 85 USDAll rooms equipped with Air-conditioning, TV with cable channels, Work desk and American breakfast. Some of its facilities and services are Room service, Bicycle rental, Airport transfer, car rental, Currency exchange Cafe and bar. Caseron Porteno Tango Guest HouseCiudad de la paz 344Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPrice: Usd 55 to usd 100 per night, including taxes, daily maid service, breakfast, free tango lessons every day and wi fi internet connectionCaseron Porteno is a tango B&B located in an antique house with a huge garden. At the back of the garden theres a tango dancing room where guests and non guests take advantage of the group tango lessons held every day. Full breakfast and daily maid service are other of the services provided. Alma del PlataSantiago del Estero 727Phone: +54 11 4381 5208Price: From USD 95.59Superior room, plus room, premium room and suite, all equipped with air-conditioning, 26-inch LCD TV, and Free Wi-Fi Internet connection. Facilities and services are room service, Espacios del Alma business center, Cocina del Alma Restaurant. Reserva La JuanaRio Carabelas y arroyo Toledo, Islas del DeltaPhone: +54 11 4702-5686Price: From ARS 700.00Superior Double, Standard Quadruple and Superior Quadruple all equipped with fan, heater, television and mini-bar. Facilities and services are Private beach area, Outdoor swimming pool and Water sports facilities.
Tesorito B&B, www.tesorito.com.ar, . Ecuador y Charcas, E-mail: email@example.com Tel.: +54 (11) . A nice B&B located in safe, central of Buenos Aires. .
Nuez Suites HotelNuez 2129Phone: 00 54 11 4519 0191Price: Rates start at USD 60.00All rooms amply furnished with modern comforts to complete a lovely stay such as air-conditioner, cable TV, and Internet connectivity. Some of the amenities they offer are airport transfer, laundry service, and wake-up call. La AcaciaIn the middle of beautiful Belgrano, a very nice B&B, with nice owners who make a lovely home-made breakfast. Close to metro (green line) and divers bus lines. Art HotelAward winning and well-decorated yet simple hotel located at Azcuenaga 1268 in Recoleta. Prices from 315-463 pesos($85125. The neighborhood is safe and has the Subte less than five minutes away. Internet terminal and free WiFi are available in the lobby. Staff are kind and helpful but the breakfast is only average. Atlas Tower HotelModern hotel, well situated in Corientes/Callao, almost in front of Callao underground station. Rooms: 222-259 pesos ($6570). Staff are very kind and helpful. Free internet access from hotel's PC. Ayacucho Palace HotelThree star hotel with an excellent location, on a relatively quiet street in upscale Recoleta. Three blocks from the cemetery, and walking distance from several of the city's best museums. Very helpful staff. Rooms: 185-259 pesos (US $50-70). BA City Residencial HotelBesares 1840, Nuez, Cod, Postal C1429DIBPhone: +54 (11) 4702 5823BA City Residencial Hotel is in Nuez, a commercial neighborhood on the banks of Rio de la Plata, north of Buenos Aires. The area is known for its bustling activities, especially along Libertador Avenue and Cabildo Avenue. Due to its proximity to the commercialized avenues surrounding Nuez and the rest of Northern Buenos Aires, this bed and breakfast type of inn is an ideal spot for tourists who want to witness more of the city's active life. The CockerFrom the look of their website, you'd think it would sit in the 'splurge' section, but at US $80105 per room they're definitely mid-range. The place has been getting rave reviews everywhere, is right in the middle of San Telmo and run by a male English couple! Giorgio's House Buenos Aires Bed and BreakfastAvenida Rivadavia 5012,Buenos Aires, ArgentinaVery nice Bed and Breakfast with a helpful staff. Next to the park, restaurants,cinemas, supermarkets and in front of the subway. Hand-made furniture in wood International NestCiudad de la PazPhone: +1 (954) 837-6068Price: Options starting at US $45 to $180 per night per person.many different options in the most popular neighborhoods of Buenos Aires :: San Telmo, Recoleta, Puerto Madero, Palermo Soho & Hollywood.
The Gran Hotel Hispano on Avenida de Mayo, near Cafe Tortoni is per night. Rooms are arranged around an interior courtyard and there are three floors of rooms. You can use the gym on nearby Piedras if you stay here. There are some triples available, which overlook the Avenida de Mayo. Other rooms have doors overlooking the interior courtyard where you have the option of closing and locking your shutters, still allowing the air to flow through whilst maintaining privacy. Shutters also block the light and allow you to sleep in late if you wish. The hotel comes equipped with showers but no bathtubs.
Hotel GoyaLocated at Suipacha 748, in the heart of the microcentro this three-star hotel is a few blocks from the Florida pedestrian mall, a short walk from the central Retiro railway station and frequently has passing taxis where you can take a cheap cab ride to the surrounding suburbs. The superior rooms are 120 pesos and are worth the extra 30 pesos more than classic rooms by virtue of a larger, newly renovated bathroom. Friendly and helpful staff. Breakfast offers a large selection of very good pastries and cakes. Hotel ikenPhone: (+54) 2262 43 23 23Price: Best rates on official website start at ARP 185+Hotel Niken is located at Buenos Aires, Argentina. It offers standard rooms, premium double rooms, executive suites, and master suites, all of which have mini-bar, cable TV, and Internet connection. Some of its amenities include swimming pool, fitness room/gym, and beauty parlor. Ribera SurSmall boutique hotel, complete with wheelchair access and a swimming pool at Paseo Coln 1145 in San Telmo. Prices are around 330 pesos (US $90). It is close to the market on Defensa and has friendly reception staff who help you with translations if you need them. Dinners served in its restaurant are priced the same as a normal parilla place but the food is up a notch. Free WiFi and computer at the lobby. Spot BNB Boutique HotelGuardia Vieja 3532, (1192), Buenos Aires, ArgentinaPhone: +54 (11) 4867-6797Spot BNB Boutique Hotel is in the heart of the lively Abasto neighborhood just 10 minutes from the Casa Rosada. This boutique hotel enjoys access to many of the citys key places. These include the famous Florida Street and the nearby shopping mall.
Le Vitral Petit Hotel Boutique hotel located in a historic house in downtown Buenos Aires. It has 9 rooms on two floors. All rooms have large windows and some have a balcony or terrace, hot tub or jacuzzi. Its architecture and ambience, along with the personalized service that is provided will make your stay an unforgettable experience.Hotel Vitral Website This web has online booking engine with instant confirmation.
The Regal Pacific Hotel Beautiful 5 star boutique hotel, fantastic location. 25 de Mayo 764, Buenos Aires 1002 ABP, Argentina. http://www.regal-pacific.com
The InterContinental is on Piedras and Moreno streets, close to the San Telmo and Montserrat areas. Other international-class hotels are the Alvear Palace Hotel (said to be the most luxurious hotel in South America) in Recoleta, the Hilton in Puerto Madero, the Marriott-Plaza, the Sheraton in Retiro, and the Park Hyatt Buenos Aires - Palacio Duhau in Recoleta.
There are also many suites-only hotels like the Broadway Suites which are very close to the Obelisk. The stylish and Bohemian Palermo Soho and Palermo Viejo neighborhoods are home to some of the trendiest small boutique hotels in Buenos Aires. These hotels offer the amenities of their larger international chain counterparts, plus a more personal style of service, often at a fraction of the cost.
725 Continental HotelAv.Roque Saenz Pea 725, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, ArgentiniaPrice: Best rates on official website start at US $230The building, built in 1927 with a distinguished French style became a symbol of Buenos Aires architecture. Today the Hotel Continental is reborn under a new name and a modern and contemporaneous style.
Alvear Palacein RecoletaUp scale 5 star hotel, with traditional and timely furnishings. It is considered the best and most luxurious in Buenos Aires, and one of the top destinations in South America. Broadway Hotel and SuitesAv. Corrientes 1173Phone: (+54 11) 4378 9300Price: Best rates on official website start at USD 176.00It offers 110 rooms that comprises 56 junior suites, 6 executive suites, 4 deluxe suites, 38 duperior rooms and 6 corner superior rooms. Some of its amenities include outdoor swimming pool, LCD screen television with cable channels, and wireless high-speed internet connection. While staying here, you can visit some interesting places like Obelisco, Broadway Theater, and Puerto Madero.
Design Suites HotelMarcelo T. de Alvear 1683Price: Best rates on official website start at US $115Luxury boutique hotel with the ultimate expression of design, blending with the green spaces of Buenos Aires. Located near the Obelisco close to all the most important places.
Espacia Suites1135 Amenabar St., ZIP (C1426AJS)Phone: +54 (11)4786 8687Espacia Suites is in the residential neighborhood of Belgrano. Some of its services includes swimming pool and solarium, Wi-Fi in public areas, Cable TV, electronic locks with chip technology cards, safety box in all suites (laptop size), bilingual personnel, and luggage room. Room rates starts at 407 pesos (US $110). Faena Hotelin the Puerto Madero districtBrand-new hotel with lots of bars in the lobby and a pool at the front.
Hotel 562 NogaroAvenida Julio A. Roca 562, Capital Federal ArgentiniaPrice: Best rates on official website start at US $110The Hotel Nogar Plaza de Mayo is in the historical, commercial and financial heart of Buenos Aires. It was originally built in 1930 and it has been recently renovated in keeping with its classic French style. Many of the city's major attractions are within 200 meters, and a ten-minute walk will bring guests to shopping areas and entertainment venues. The Hotel Nogaro Plaza de Mayo is convenient for the business, as well as the leisure traveler.
Hotel de DiseoMarcelo T. de Alvear 1695Phone: +54 11 5237-3100Price: Best rates on official website start at US $110Designed by renowned architect Ernesto Goransky, this spectacular new 28 suite hotel with patio and plaza rooms, plaza and balcony suites, and balcony lofts. Hotel Plaza FranciaE. Schiaffino 2189 esq. Av. del Libertador, (1129 ACC)Phone: +54(11) 4804-9632American buffet breakfast, bar and lobby lounge, dry cleaning and laundry, business centre, gym, and bilingual personnel. Imperial Park Hotel101 Lima St. (C1073AAC)Phone: +54 11 4383-0555Imperial Park Hotel provides standard rooms, junior and executive suites with air-conditioning, mini-bar, high-speed internet and breakfast. Restaurant, fitness room, room service and dry cleaning. Melia Recoleta PlazaLa Recoleta5 star, within walking distance from the financial and commercial centre. Piedras SuitesPiedras 906Phone: +54 (11) 4307 4625Fax: +54 (11) 4032 000815 condominium units with A/C, kitchen and buffet breakfast. Terrace, conference room, travel agency and airport transfer. Tailor Made HotelArce 3855 comfortable rooms with common and private terraces and a "Salon" on the ground floor. Offering drinks and bar snacks.