We also offer budget-conscious hostels such as Hostel Fiesta with a room rate from 8US$. Enjoy your stay at Milhouse Hostel Hipo in Buenos Aires city center if you're on a modest budget. Travelers who are looking for moderate prices can choose Alma Del Plata Buenos Aires Hotel, which is situated a 15-minute walk away from Monumento Julio Argentino Roca. Tribeca Studios is a budget-friendly apartment that is a 10-minute walk from Catedral subway station.
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Where to stay in Buenos Aires?
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Buenos Aires airports & Subway stations
To stay near Once train station, look into Gran Hotel Atlantic, which puts you within a short walk of it.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To be close to Gath & Chaves, stay at Own Madero, a 4-star hotel situated directly in the city center. An alternative in the heart of the city might be Ayres Portenos Tango Suites, which offers a sun deck and a sunbathing terrace. In Palermo district of Buenos Aires, you will find the best hotels, such as the 4-star Dolmen Hotel or the 4-star Unique Palacio San Telmo.
If you're willing to stay near Gath & Chaves, book a room at Che Telmo Guest House which is a 10-minute walk away. To be close to Parque Lezama, stay at Patios De San Telmo, which is only a 15-minute walk from the attraction and offers everything you would expect from the 4-star hotel, including an outdoor swimming pool, a solarium and a sundeck.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Buenos Aires
Holiday Inn Express Puerto Madero is a luxurious accommodation in Buenos Aires that will place you within a 15-minute walk of Woman's Bridge. There are several boutique hotels in Buenos Aires near Jardin Japones, such as Dazzler Recoleta or Reyna Violeta. On the other hand, if you are looking to spend a bit more, you might want to check out the deals at Loi Suites Recoleta and Bristol.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Offering a solarium, a sun deck and a sun terrace, La Casona Del Alma is a snug apartment within walking distance of Parque Lezama, about 0.5 miles away from Buenos Aires city center. Think about staying at Studio Pueyrredon By Temporary Apartments or Poetry Building, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. For those coming into the city for business purposes, Hotel Reina in Retiro district is the best option. Guests who enjoy nature may want to stay at Sarum Hotel Design near parks, lakes and a river.
City Guide: Discover the best of Buenos Aires
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.
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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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