Where to Stay in Buenos Aires
This is a comprehensive guide to great places to stay in Buenos Aires, whether they are hostels, hotels, boutique hotels, guesthouses, or apartments.
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For a fuller list, including apartments, check out my blog post here: 

Belgrano

Argenta Suites Belgrano
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The Argenta Suites Belgrano is in a fantastic location in the Belgrano neighborhood; just 3 blocks from the subte, and one block from Cabildo Avenue. There is both a sauna and an outdoor swimming pool. A lovely continental breakfast is served, from fresh juices to breads, meats, and cheeses. All rooms have an outdoor patio, and several offering a kitchenette. The staff can arrange shuttles to the Ezeiza airport. The spaces are stylish and very clean.
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Urbanica The Libertador Hotel
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The Urbanica The Libertador Hotel is located just next to the Belgrano C Mitre Train station and a short walk to the beautiful Barrio Chino and its impressive gate. There area is becoming very hip with its many bars, restaurants, street food, and cafes. The hotel is very clean and modern, and a wonderful continental breakfast is included, though you can pay a fee for a "Starbucks Breakfast." It's not far from the Jorge Newberry airport, so this would be a great spot to stay if you need to get to the airport early in the morning. Rooftop pool.
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Caballito

Nice Apart en Caballito. Visitá Buenos Aires
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This is a private apartment in the Caballito Neighborhood, in a stylish old building from 1924. This apartment has 1 bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and a coffee machine, and a bathroom with a shower, towels, and free toiletries, and air conditioning. The hosts are very responsive. A short walk to Caballito Park. (Click on link to see photos)
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Micro-Centro

Hotel Lennox Buenos Aires
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The Lennox Buenos Aires is in a great location, just a couple blocks from the Congreso building, and several subte stations. This area is super walkable to see many attractions. There are two outdoor hottubs and a gym in this hotel. There is a lounge bar for relaxing, and a continental breakfast is included.
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Hotel Chemin
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The staff at Hotel Chemin works 24hr around the clock and is very knowledgeable about the area. This is a great location, near subte stations, and the weekend night Times Square vibe of the nearby Corrientes Avenue. A continental breakfast is included. The hotel itself is in an historic building with lots of character.
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Tanguero Boutique Hotel
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As the name suggests, the Tanguero Hotel Boutique Antique is a traditional tango inspired place to stay. The dark wooden walls and old fashioned decór are reminiscent of the Buenos Aires tango scene of years gone by. There is a spa, hot tubs, small gym facility, and a wonderful breakfast is included.
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Globales República
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The location of the Globales Republica is ideal; it is just across from the Obelisco and several rooms have patios that have a direct view of this famous Buenos Aires landmark. There are several bus stops and subte stations nearby for good transportation. The hotel offers free breakfast in the mornings.
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Palermo

Casa Caravan
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This is a beautiful and comfortable boutique hotel. There is an outdoor pool with lots of green space. Free breakfast is included, and there are vegan options. It is in a fantastic location in the center of Palermo Soho. The staff is very friendly and welcoming, and speak English well. You will not be disappointed about a stay in this hotel.
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Dazzler by Wyndham Buenos Aires Palermo
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This hotel is in a great location, right on the border between Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood. The staff is very friendly, speaks English, and can give advice about the area. Also, you can trade your USD for pesos at the blue rate right here at the hotel. A fantastic breakfast is included. There is an outdoor swimming pool, which is perfect for those humid summer days.
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Palermo Viejo Bed & Breakfast
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The Palermo Viejo is located right in the corner of Palermo Soho, near Villa Crespo, which is another fantastic neighborhood. You can enjoy the (included) breakfast outside on the back patio. The space is peaceful and quiet, and they have a library with a book swap available. You can easily walk to all the great cafes, restaurants, and bars in both Palermo and Villa Crespo.
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Selina Palermo Soho & Cowork
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Selina Hotels/hostels are popular for a reason. They are clean, social, and have great facilities. The wifi is fast, and the beds are comfortable. This location has a shared lounge, stylish terrace, playground, a restaurant and bar. There is a lot of security so you don't have to worry about that. Both shared and private rooms are available. They offer airport pick-ups, and live music on Friday nights.
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Home Hotel
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The Home Hotel is a boutique hotel in the heart of Palermo Soho, just 10 blocks from Plaza Serrano. The decór is stunning- full of stylish design and green spaces. There is a beautiful outdoor pool in the back garden with several seating options. The staff is very friendly and can offer advice on what to do and see in the city, as well as arrange a driver between the hotel and the airport. Breakfast is included.
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Puerto Madero

Believe Madero Hotel
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The Believe Madero Hotel is in a good location between Puerto Madero and San Telmo. You can take very nice walks along the dams, and into the nearby ecological reserve. This is one of the most affordable hotel options in the Puerto Madero area. A free American breakfast is included every morning. There are several dining options all along Puerto Madero nearby. The location is particularly perfect if you're planning to take the ferry to Uruguay.
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Recoleta

Cyan Recoleta Hotel
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This hotel is simple, yet functional, and in a fantastic location just next to the Recoleta Cemetery. A laundry service is available, and a breakfast is included. There is 24hr security, so you can feel secure coming and going from the hotel. There are several restaurants, cafes, and sights to see nearby.
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Le Cinque Lusso Recoleta
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The Le Cinque Lusso Recoleta is located just a few minutes walk to the center of Recoleta, and its many sights: cemetery, cultural center, parks, etc. The security is 24hr so you can feel safe here. The design is not very modern, but the rooms are comfortable and functional.
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San Telmo

Viajero Hostel Buenos Aires
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This is a really fun hostel in a great location in San Telmo. Private rooms are also available if you don't want to share. They are very serious about security, so you can always feel safe there. They also have a number of activities and tours that leave from the hostel so you can meet people and do group stuff. There is an outdoor swimming pool in the back, and the staff organizes games to facilitate socialization. It's a really great place to meet people. Easy to walk to the center of San Telmo, Casa Rosada, and several bus stops.
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Hostal de Granados
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The Granados Hostel has strong hostel vibes- good social life, wifi, good shared spaces, less privacy, and slightly less cleanliness standards. The hostel has a restaurant, a common kitchen, and a terrace with BBQ facilities. The hostel is just steps from Plaza Dorrego, and is a perfect location for the Sunday markets. There is so much to explore in the San Telmo neighborhood.
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Via Via Buenos Aires, San Telmo
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This hostel is located in a great location in the center of San Telmo, near the Sunday Feria and a 10-minute walk from the Casa Rosada. American style breakfast is included. The staff is friendly and the vibe is very social.
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Lina's Tango Guesthouse
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Lina's Tango Guesthouse is located just two blocks from a subte station, and a short walk to the main center of San Telmo. This area of this neighborhood can get quite busy, but the it is tranquil and calm inside the inner patio where you can rest and relax, and chat with other travelers. A simple breakfast is included.
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telmho Hotel Boutique
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The Telmho Hotel Boutique is in a fantastic location, right in the center of San Telmo, near the Plaza Dorrego. Breakfast is included with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options. There is 24hr reception so no need to worry about security. You can relax on the fantastic rooftop garden.
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Villa Crespo

Estilo Crespo
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This is a private studio apartment that is perfect for one person or a couple. It is very clean and has a fully equipped kitchen for cooking and eating at ‘home.’ The apartment comes with bed linens, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a balcony with city views. It’s a great location, near the center of Villa Crespo, the Chacarita cemetery, and Palermo. (click on link to view photos)
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The Blue House
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This is a private apartment that has one separate bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and oven, and 1 bathroom, as well as a flat-screen TV. There is a private swimming pool on the rooftop. The host is very accommodating.
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Departamento en Villa Crespo
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This is a private apartment that can house up to 6 people with 3 separate bedrooms, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and oven, and 2 bathrooms. Towels and bed linen are offered in the apartment. The apartment is clean and the hosts are responsive. There is also a parking garage. The location is perfect and within walking distance from Palermo.
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Casa San Jose
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Here you can find studio apartments with a beautiful patio, a seating area, cable flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchenette with a fridge and a microwave, and a private bathroom with bidet and a hairdryer. A toaster and electric tea pot are also available. Great location. (click the link to view photos)
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Start Apartments
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The apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning, a terrace with city views, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. The apartment is clean and comfortable. (click on link to view photos)
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Are you looking for how to spend your days in Buenos Aires? Check out this 10-day Itinerary:

I have been living in Argentina for the past year (plus 5 months in Buenos Aires back in 2005). This is one of my favorite cities in the entire world, and I want to share with you what makes it so great. This 10 day itinerary begins on a Friday morning, and is arranged according to market schedules, or other events in the city that fall on particular days. But you can certainly do the activities out of order, and fit them to your schedule as needed. I have planned this 10-day itinerary to allow you to maximize your days, and hours in this amazing city, but still allow you to enjoy the small moments without feeling overwhelmed, and get rest when needed. I have spent around 100 hours researching, writing descriptions to give detailed information of every place mentioned in this itinerary, visiting and testing out each day; they are all genuine recommendations. I have carefully planned out and timed each activity, including transportation and time moving between sites. I have also linked related articles and videos from my blog and YouTube channel. This itinerary will provide you not only with daily activities, but information on how to get the best exchange rate, how to stay safe, and information for transportation- how to get from spot to spot, so you can put as little time into planning as possible. Let me do that for you! :) This is not the ideal itinerary for those seeking the nightlife and parties. It is full of morning, daytime, and evening activities (with a few optional activities that go into the night) to help you get to know the culture of Buenos Aires and Argentina. It does not include nightclubs. This is a great itinerary if you are coming to Buenos Aires for the first time and you want to see all the important places, along with a few extra gems. This can also serve if you live in the city but have friends and family coming to visit. I've got it all planned out for you! I have included a lot of walking in this itinerary, though I have attempted to concentrate each day in one particular area of the city whenever possible. However, the city is full of transportation options if you prefer less steps due to accessability issues, or fatigue. I strongly suggest reading through the entire itinerary at the beginning of the week in case there are places where you need to make a reservation. If so, it will be listed at the top of each day.
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If you're planning to do some traveling around the country, check out all my Argentina guides here:

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I have been traveling the world for 20 years, and I want to help you do the same. I am originally from Colorado, though I took off as soon as I graduated from university. Since then I have lived in ten countries and traveled through dozens more. I have learned languages, tried several new foods, walked across Spain, trained across Russia, worked on farms, and in pubs, taught English, and anything else that allowed me to keep going. My life motto is to be fearless and I try to live up to that every day. I’m currently traveling around Tunisia. I spent an entire year traveling around Argentina so I know it quite well. I want to help you discover what makes this country incredible as well! Shop my Argentina travel guides: https://share.thatch.co/Cijz I offer travel consultations too! Book here: https://nickipoststravelstuff.com/contact/ “Wow. Nicki is super knowledgeable about Argentina and actually travel in general. We discussed everything from general safety to the cost of renting an apartment long-term. My biggest takeaway was her ideas for using social media as a resource for learning about the people from the people. Great idea. Real nice gal too.” -Ray “Nicki’s consultation was amazing. She is extremely knowledgeable and answered all my questions and concerns with ease and intelligence. She’s definitely someone to talk to before you visit or relocate to Buenos Aires or other locations in Argentina.” -Paul “My family and I are about to embark on a 3 month trip through Argentina, we had been binge watching youtube videos from Nicki so we scheduled a call to dive deeper. Nicki helped give feedback to our itinerary and gave great local perspective from cell phones to don’t miss desserts. It was super beneficial to get the added insight.“ -Andi
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Where to Stay in Buenos Aires
This is a comprehensive guide to great places to stay in Buenos Aires, whether they are hostels, hotels, boutique hotels, guesthouses, or apartments.
25 Places • 44 Saves • ago
Free

For a fuller list, including apartments, check out my blog post here: 

Belgrano

Argenta Suites Belgrano
@nicki
The Argenta Suites Belgrano is in a fantastic location in the Belgrano neighborhood; just 3 blocks from the subte, and one block from Cabildo Avenue. There is both a sauna and an outdoor swimming pool. A lovely continental breakfast is served, from fresh juices to breads, meats, and cheeses. All rooms have an outdoor patio, and several offering a kitchenette. The staff can arrange shuttles to the Ezeiza airport. The spaces are stylish and very clean.
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Urbanica The Libertador Hotel
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The Urbanica The Libertador Hotel is located just next to the Belgrano C Mitre Train station and a short walk to the beautiful Barrio Chino and its impressive gate. There area is becoming very hip with its many bars, restaurants, street food, and cafes. The hotel is very clean and modern, and a wonderful continental breakfast is included, though you can pay a fee for a "Starbucks Breakfast." It's not far from the Jorge Newberry airport, so this would be a great spot to stay if you need to get to the airport early in the morning. Rooftop pool.
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Caballito

Nice Apart en Caballito. Visitá Buenos Aires
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This is a private apartment in the Caballito Neighborhood, in a stylish old building from 1924. This apartment has 1 bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and a coffee machine, and a bathroom with a shower, towels, and free toiletries, and air conditioning. The hosts are very responsive. A short walk to Caballito Park. (Click on link to see photos)
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Micro-Centro

Hotel Lennox Buenos Aires
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The Lennox Buenos Aires is in a great location, just a couple blocks from the Congreso building, and several subte stations. This area is super walkable to see many attractions. There are two outdoor hottubs and a gym in this hotel. There is a lounge bar for relaxing, and a continental breakfast is included.
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Hotel Chemin
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The staff at Hotel Chemin works 24hr around the clock and is very knowledgeable about the area. This is a great location, near subte stations, and the weekend night Times Square vibe of the nearby Corrientes Avenue. A continental breakfast is included. The hotel itself is in an historic building with lots of character.
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Tanguero Boutique Hotel
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As the name suggests, the Tanguero Hotel Boutique Antique is a traditional tango inspired place to stay. The dark wooden walls and old fashioned decór are reminiscent of the Buenos Aires tango scene of years gone by. There is a spa, hot tubs, small gym facility, and a wonderful breakfast is included.
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Globales República
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The location of the Globales Republica is ideal; it is just across from the Obelisco and several rooms have patios that have a direct view of this famous Buenos Aires landmark. There are several bus stops and subte stations nearby for good transportation. The hotel offers free breakfast in the mornings.
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Palermo

Casa Caravan
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This is a beautiful and comfortable boutique hotel. There is an outdoor pool with lots of green space. Free breakfast is included, and there are vegan options. It is in a fantastic location in the center of Palermo Soho. The staff is very friendly and welcoming, and speak English well. You will not be disappointed about a stay in this hotel.
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Dazzler by Wyndham Buenos Aires Palermo
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This hotel is in a great location, right on the border between Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood. The staff is very friendly, speaks English, and can give advice about the area. Also, you can trade your USD for pesos at the blue rate right here at the hotel. A fantastic breakfast is included. There is an outdoor swimming pool, which is perfect for those humid summer days.
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Palermo Viejo Bed & Breakfast
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The Palermo Viejo is located right in the corner of Palermo Soho, near Villa Crespo, which is another fantastic neighborhood. You can enjoy the (included) breakfast outside on the back patio. The space is peaceful and quiet, and they have a library with a book swap available. You can easily walk to all the great cafes, restaurants, and bars in both Palermo and Villa Crespo.
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Selina Palermo Soho & Cowork
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Selina Hotels/hostels are popular for a reason. They are clean, social, and have great facilities. The wifi is fast, and the beds are comfortable. This location has a shared lounge, stylish terrace, playground, a restaurant and bar. There is a lot of security so you don't have to worry about that. Both shared and private rooms are available. They offer airport pick-ups, and live music on Friday nights.
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Home Hotel
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The Home Hotel is a boutique hotel in the heart of Palermo Soho, just 10 blocks from Plaza Serrano. The decór is stunning- full of stylish design and green spaces. There is a beautiful outdoor pool in the back garden with several seating options. The staff is very friendly and can offer advice on what to do and see in the city, as well as arrange a driver between the hotel and the airport. Breakfast is included.
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Puerto Madero

Believe Madero Hotel
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The Believe Madero Hotel is in a good location between Puerto Madero and San Telmo. You can take very nice walks along the dams, and into the nearby ecological reserve. This is one of the most affordable hotel options in the Puerto Madero area. A free American breakfast is included every morning. There are several dining options all along Puerto Madero nearby. The location is particularly perfect if you're planning to take the ferry to Uruguay.
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Recoleta

Cyan Recoleta Hotel
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This hotel is simple, yet functional, and in a fantastic location just next to the Recoleta Cemetery. A laundry service is available, and a breakfast is included. There is 24hr security, so you can feel secure coming and going from the hotel. There are several restaurants, cafes, and sights to see nearby.
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Le Cinque Lusso Recoleta
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The Le Cinque Lusso Recoleta is located just a few minutes walk to the center of Recoleta, and its many sights: cemetery, cultural center, parks, etc. The security is 24hr so you can feel safe here. The design is not very modern, but the rooms are comfortable and functional.
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San Telmo

Viajero Hostel Buenos Aires
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This is a really fun hostel in a great location in San Telmo. Private rooms are also available if you don't want to share. They are very serious about security, so you can always feel safe there. They also have a number of activities and tours that leave from the hostel so you can meet people and do group stuff. There is an outdoor swimming pool in the back, and the staff organizes games to facilitate socialization. It's a really great place to meet people. Easy to walk to the center of San Telmo, Casa Rosada, and several bus stops.
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Hostal de Granados
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The Granados Hostel has strong hostel vibes- good social life, wifi, good shared spaces, less privacy, and slightly less cleanliness standards. The hostel has a restaurant, a common kitchen, and a terrace with BBQ facilities. The hostel is just steps from Plaza Dorrego, and is a perfect location for the Sunday markets. There is so much to explore in the San Telmo neighborhood.
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Via Via Buenos Aires, San Telmo
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This hostel is located in a great location in the center of San Telmo, near the Sunday Feria and a 10-minute walk from the Casa Rosada. American style breakfast is included. The staff is friendly and the vibe is very social.
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Lina's Tango Guesthouse
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Lina's Tango Guesthouse is located just two blocks from a subte station, and a short walk to the main center of San Telmo. This area of this neighborhood can get quite busy, but the it is tranquil and calm inside the inner patio where you can rest and relax, and chat with other travelers. A simple breakfast is included.
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telmho Hotel Boutique
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The Telmho Hotel Boutique is in a fantastic location, right in the center of San Telmo, near the Plaza Dorrego. Breakfast is included with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options. There is 24hr reception so no need to worry about security. You can relax on the fantastic rooftop garden.
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Villa Crespo

Estilo Crespo
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This is a private studio apartment that is perfect for one person or a couple. It is very clean and has a fully equipped kitchen for cooking and eating at ‘home.’ The apartment comes with bed linens, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a balcony with city views. It’s a great location, near the center of Villa Crespo, the Chacarita cemetery, and Palermo. (click on link to view photos)
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The Blue House
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This is a private apartment that has one separate bedroom, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and oven, and 1 bathroom, as well as a flat-screen TV. There is a private swimming pool on the rooftop. The host is very accommodating.
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Departamento en Villa Crespo
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This is a private apartment that can house up to 6 people with 3 separate bedrooms, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge and oven, and 2 bathrooms. Towels and bed linen are offered in the apartment. The apartment is clean and the hosts are responsive. There is also a parking garage. The location is perfect and within walking distance from Palermo.
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Casa San Jose
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Here you can find studio apartments with a beautiful patio, a seating area, cable flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchenette with a fridge and a microwave, and a private bathroom with bidet and a hairdryer. A toaster and electric tea pot are also available. Great location. (click the link to view photos)
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Start Apartments
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The apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, air conditioning, a terrace with city views, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. The apartment is clean and comfortable. (click on link to view photos)
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Are you looking for how to spend your days in Buenos Aires? Check out this 10-day Itinerary:

I have been living in Argentina for the past year (plus 5 months in Buenos Aires back in 2005). This is one of my favorite cities in the entire world, and I want to share with you what makes it so great. This 10 day itinerary begins on a Friday morning, and is arranged according to market schedules, or other events in the city that fall on particular days. But you can certainly do the activities out of order, and fit them to your schedule as needed. I have planned this 10-day itinerary to allow you to maximize your days, and hours in this amazing city, but still allow you to enjoy the small moments without feeling overwhelmed, and get rest when needed. I have spent around 100 hours researching, writing descriptions to give detailed information of every place mentioned in this itinerary, visiting and testing out each day; they are all genuine recommendations. I have carefully planned out and timed each activity, including transportation and time moving between sites. I have also linked related articles and videos from my blog and YouTube channel. This itinerary will provide you not only with daily activities, but information on how to get the best exchange rate, how to stay safe, and information for transportation- how to get from spot to spot, so you can put as little time into planning as possible. Let me do that for you! :) This is not the ideal itinerary for those seeking the nightlife and parties. It is full of morning, daytime, and evening activities (with a few optional activities that go into the night) to help you get to know the culture of Buenos Aires and Argentina. It does not include nightclubs. This is a great itinerary if you are coming to Buenos Aires for the first time and you want to see all the important places, along with a few extra gems. This can also serve if you live in the city but have friends and family coming to visit. I've got it all planned out for you! I have included a lot of walking in this itinerary, though I have attempted to concentrate each day in one particular area of the city whenever possible. However, the city is full of transportation options if you prefer less steps due to accessability issues, or fatigue. I strongly suggest reading through the entire itinerary at the beginning of the week in case there are places where you need to make a reservation. If so, it will be listed at the top of each day.
Adventure • Architecture • Art • Budget • Foodie • History • Shopping • Nature • People & Culture • Wine • Coffee
$49.99

If you're planning to do some traveling around the country, check out all my Argentina guides here:

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CURATED BY
I have been traveling the world for 20 years, and I want to help you do the same. I am originally from Colorado, though I took off as soon as I graduated from university. Since then I have lived in ten countries and traveled through dozens more. I have learned languages, tried several new foods, walked across Spain, trained across Russia, worked on farms, and in pubs, taught English, and anything else that allowed me to keep going. My life motto is to be fearless and I try to live up to that every day. I’m currently traveling around Tunisia. I spent an entire year traveling around Argentina so I know it quite well. I want to help you discover what makes this country incredible as well! Shop my Argentina travel guides: https://share.thatch.co/Cijz I offer travel consultations too! Book here: https://nickipoststravelstuff.com/contact/ “Wow. Nicki is super knowledgeable about Argentina and actually travel in general. We discussed everything from general safety to the cost of renting an apartment long-term. My biggest takeaway was her ideas for using social media as a resource for learning about the people from the people. Great idea. Real nice gal too.” -Ray “Nicki’s consultation was amazing. She is extremely knowledgeable and answered all my questions and concerns with ease and intelligence. She’s definitely someone to talk to before you visit or relocate to Buenos Aires or other locations in Argentina.” -Paul “My family and I are about to embark on a 3 month trip through Argentina, we had been binge watching youtube videos from Nicki so we scheduled a call to dive deeper. Nicki helped give feedback to our itinerary and gave great local perspective from cell phones to don’t miss desserts. It was super beneficial to get the added insight.“ -Andi
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