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Budget hotels in Buenos Aires
Petit Recoleta Hostel offers billiards, a sun terrace and a sundeck and staying here will not pinch your pocket. Babel City is a 3-star budget choice just 600 meters from the city center. Play Hostel Buenos Aires is a beneficial alternative that is located 30 minutes' walk from Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and offers a sun deck and a sun terrace. To find particularly cheap prices, look for hotels in Buenos Aires City Centre district, like Suipacha Suites with rates starting from 56US$.
Proximity to public transport
If you're not planning to use a car during your vacation, book a hotel next to Plaza de Mayo metro station, such as Kenton Palace Buenos Aires or Uthgra De Las Luces. Abasto Hotel is a comfy option, offering an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and lawn tennis as well as located just 0.6 km from Once Railway train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
For travelers who would like to stay a little closer to the city centre, the 3-star Two Hotel Buenos Aires with an indoor swimming pool and a golf course is the ideal choice. Another option is Hostel Inn Tango City in the city center, which is also a 5-minute walk from La Puerta Roja. If you look into Balvanera district, you will find Olmo Dorado Apart, the 3-star hotel near Palacio Barolo.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Gurda Tango Boutique is a stylish choice that will put you within short distance of Canto Al Trabajo and it's located in San Telmo district. Unique Palacio Chic is a quirky boutique hotel set in Almagro district. Chain hotels include the 4-star 474 Buenos Aires Hotel, with fantastic features including a sauna, a solarium and a swimming pool.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Apart Independencia is an affordable apartment placed 5 minutes' walk from Independencia (Bernardo de Irigoyen) subway station. Dreaming Uriarte is a B&B that is 20 minutes' walk to Lagos de Palermo. If you are interested in business facilities, make sure to book a room in Catalinas Suites next to Monumento a Samuel Morse. Esplendor Buenos Aires is a popular resort with an outdoor swimming pool, billiards and a wellness centre for an unforgettable stay.
Take the atmosphere of a European city, mix with some Latin American energy and you get Buenos Aires.
The vibrant Argentine capital is sometimes referred to as the "Paris of South America". This is a city unlike anywhere else on earth.
Buenos Aires is loved by visitors the world over. But sometimes love costs money and consequently, hotel prices have risen. If you are looking to travel on a budget, at Booked.net you may find hotels in Buenos Aires at exclusively lower prices than hotel rack rates.
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The cityscape is dominated by immigrants - mainly of European origins, Italian and Spanish being the most common, but German, Swedish, Dutch, Greek, Irish, Norwegian, Portuguese, French, Russian, Croatian, English and Welsh have left their mark. In the 1990s there was a small wave of immigration from Romania and Ukraine.
With Booked.net you can find a hotel that places you in the center of Classic Buenos Aires, with its old-world cafés, colonial architecture and outdoor markets.
It's a city with a sexy side, best shown by the Tango. Tango was born in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, and its seductive dance moves were not seen as respectable until adopted by Paris' high society in the 1920s, and then all over the world.
Buenos Aires architecture is eclectic reflecting the population, but notable attractions include;
- Iglesia Santa Felicitas by Ernesto Bunge
- The Palace of Justice, the National Congress and the Teatro Colon - all designed by Vittorio Meano
- The work of Italian architects such as André Blanqui and Antonio Masella, can be seen in the churches of San Ignacio, Nuestra Senora del Pilar and the Cabildo
- The landmark 1936 Kavanagh building houses the world's first central air-conditioning system
Like much of South America the locals are especially passionate for football. So besides wine events, helicopter tours and skydiving, experience Spanish football.
The city features distinct urban areas. Those looking for rest will benefit from a hotel in La Boca area, while shopaholics should book a room in Microcentro.
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