Hotels in Buenos Aires.

You have many different hotels to stay during your visit to Buenos Aires. The city have lots of very nice and well located Hotels in great areas. You have from refined five star hotels to cheap Bed & Breadfast for younger ones. My fauvorites are small design hotels, but every visitor has its preferences and budget.

We have divided the Hotel Section in 3 categories to make you easier to choose your Hotel: 5 stars hotels, boutique hotels, 4 stars, 3 stars, bed & breakfast and hostels.

Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan and open minded city, so you can stay in a normal hotel. They will be enough gay friendly. Travellers open the minds of people, and Buenos Aires because of the gay travellers boom that has been experiencing is getting more and more open and friendly everyday I f you have any case of discrimination, or close minded attitude, please let us know we will inmediatly remove that Hotel from our listing.

The area I usually recommend people to stay is Recoleta, or Palermo. The first is the neighborhood where the Gay Avenue was located, and some of the bars, and clubs (a few). Recoleta is also an upper medium and high income commercial and residential areas of Buenos Aires. Also Palermo can be a good area to stay, you have lots of restaurants, design and clothes stores and bars. Palermo SoHo for example is very friendly area.

The traditional tourist hotel are is Downton. I usually advice people to avoid staying in Downtown where no one lives, because you have less people on the streets at night, and because areas like Florida St. in Downtown are plagued with highly sophisticated “tourist traps”.

In Recoleta area you have Hotels for all budgets. Some not too expensive Hotels, like Bel Air Hotel or and the Kempinsky Hotels. You have also some cheaper, but very well located hotels in the area near Santa Fe Avenue. In the same area you have also Alvear Palace Hotel (one of the most expensive in the city, U$S 600 per night). In Palermo, there is a gem called Bourguois Bohemian Hotel located in the middle of the Soho, but also 4 blocks from Santa Fe Avenue or the Metro/Underground system.

Another option in Recoleta is to rent an apartment, trhough AIRBN, this offers the experience to live with a local.

You can browse the different categories, we have divided the hotels, read trip advisor reviews for each hotel, and make your custom order.

Some of the categories, like the boutique hotels, were specially picked by us, and are not a category you will find in trip advisor or other booking system. These links will open in a new window, so you can come back to the site when you finish, or if you want to pick a different category: