Hotels in Buenos Aires

Martin Morrell

Owners Tom Rixton and Patricia O’Shea blazed a trail for others to follow when they opened Home a decade ago, but it’s hard to argue anyone has... Read More

Built in the late 18th century, this former convent was the first boutique hotel in Argentina. Located in the Palermo Soho neighborhood, the hotel has... Read More

On one of B.A.’s busiest streets, this beautiful 1927 Art Deco hexagonal building could stand in for a Design Within Reach showroom, complete with... Read More

The hotel draws on the Belle Époque theme of tango's heyday, with Art Nouveau furniture and antique Victrolas. At the gift shop, buy a pair of... Read More

A 2009 renovation of Buenos Aires’ Algodon Mansion, in the city’s Recoleta neighborhood, upped the ante at the six-story Belle Époque... Read More

It’s the little things that count: The iPod-synced hydrotherapy massage tub; the temperature-controlled wine rack behind the damask sofa; the rooftop... Read More

At the younger, more casual sister of the famed Alvear Palace, one of Buenos Aires’s most famous hotels, guests can expect the same high level of... Read More

The posh Alvear Palace Hotel, which celebrated its 80th birthday in 2012, recalls Buenos Aires’s Europhile past. Afternoon tea in the L'Orangerie... Read More

Lodging emperors (Akihito), screen sirens (Sophia Loren), presidents (Nelson Mandela) and dodgy Swedish pop-rock duos (Roxette) since 1932, the Alvear... Read More

The Hotel: Occupying a stately, renovated, century-old townhouse, the Art Hotel lives up to its name: the grand, high-ceilinged ground floor (which has... Read More

Space. You need it; this terrific aparthotel has it. A Premium apartment gives you and yours 84 square meters in which to spread out and, when it comes... Read More

If you want to stay in Palermo Viejo but don’t want to break the bank, book a private room or dorm bed here, the best hostel in the neighborhood. You... Read More

This Buenos Aires–based outfit has 20 villas and penthouses in Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina, Guatemala, and the Galápagos. Prior to guests... Read More

The self-described first boutique hotel in Buenos Aires, four-year-old Bo Bo—named in honor of American writer David Brooks’s coinage for ... Read More

Brand new for 2015, the third hotel from this boutique chain offers up spacious suites with smart contemporary design. Monochrome tones backed up by... Read More

With its oversize saffron-colored lobby chairs, all-white rooms, square white buffet trays, and penchant for clean, futuristic lines, the 28-room cE... Read More

If your Argentine fantasy includes polo mallets, saddlebags, and other equestrian accoutrements, look no further than this patrician hotel in the calm... Read More

The first true urban boutique hotel in Recoleta when it opened in 1999, Design Suites now has locations in Calafate, Salta, and Bariloche. The cool,... Read More

Located in a Neoclassical building near the Borges Cultural Center, Esplendor has the vibe of a modern- art museum—note the floating staircase,... Read More

The easy pace at El Rocío, a guesthouse and working ranch, makes it seem worlds away from the cosmopolitan and frenetic city, even though it is... Read More

The glamorous Faena Hotel set the style benchmark for Buenos Aires when it opened in Puerto Madero in 2004. The lavish rooms, designed by Philippe... Read More

Few hotels anywhere have generated as much hype and debate over the past decade as this one. But it’s probable that for every guest repelled by designer... Read More

Close attention to detail and genuinely warm service ensures that Fierro’s guests always leave happy. A hearty Irish-style breakfast at Uco restaurant... Read More

It tweets, it blogs, it posts, it pins, and it even updates its Google + account. In countless ways, the Fierro is achingly current. You would,... Read More

Prodigal son Hernán Gipponi (who ran the restaurant at the Guggenheim Bilbao, in Spain) returns to his native Buenos Aires as head chef at the... Read More

This Recoleta hotel is where rock legends such as Rod Stewart and Madonna stay when in town. The Four Seasons has just gone through an impeccable... Read More

If you’ve stayed at a Four Seasons, you’ll know what to expect: peerless staff, including a bend-over-backwards concierge service, luxuriously equipped... Read More

The beds are a wee bit creaky and the guestrooms a wee bit spartan, but many of this hotel’s 50 rooms overlook a lovely inner courtyard, and others have... Read More

You can see yachts pass on the river through the glass atrium lobby, standing seven stories high and covered with a 7,535 square feet glass roof, at... Read More

When it opened in 2005, the Home Hotel quickly became the go-to lodging option for design aficionados and cool kids, putting Palermo Hollywood on the... Read More

Arty and stylish but also friendly and unpretentious, this mid-range boutique hotel captures the spirit of San Telmo better than most. It’s housed in a... Read More

Hotelier Adolfo Suaya—whose other spot, Casa Suaya, is a favorite among celebrities visiting the Uruguayan coast—asked the architects of this 32-room... Read More

This trendy spot is in Puerto Madero, a neighborhood marked by glass-front buildings that line the Río de la Plata riverfront. The celebrity-filled... Read More

The charming Orly is housed in a renovated, three-level French provincial mansion, originally constructed in the 1940s as a family home close to Avenida... Read More

Poised between the parks and gardens of Palermo and the historical sites of downtown Buenos Aires, upscale Recoleta is a great neighborhood for a family... Read More

This beautiful 11-room, Belle Époque-constructed Recoleta mansion opened in 2013 and specializes in providing unique experiences such as polo or cooking... Read More

Used as his base while shooting the film Tetro, director and winemaker Francis Ford Coppola turned this sleek Palermo Soho abode into one of the city... Read More

Past and present coexist with remarkable grace in Buenos Aires; for evidence, one need only book a room at the Krista. Housed in a restored early-20th... Read More

After tiring of their marketing jobs at Coca-Cola, Estela Títere and Silvina Tarrio bought this stately 1820s mansion—located in the... Read More

Behind anonymous closed doors, you'd never expect to unearth this gem of a property. Each of the 11 guestrooms pays decorative homage to a famous... Read More

To create a theme hotel that isn’t lame is an achievement. To create one this special is a miracle. Each of the 11 guestrooms pays decorative homage to... Read More

Mixing stripped-down wood with vibrant colors and funky artwork, this cool budget hotel occupies an excellent location. It places you at the quiet end... Read More

Tucked among the early-20th-century town houses in the fashionable Palermo neighborhood, the restored hotel has an original stained-glass ceiling in the... Read More

Héctor Villalba, a tango legend, restored and transformed this 100-year-old San Telmo mansion into a tango-themed boutique hotel and academy.... Read More

This terrific boutique hotel get its name from its stained-glass skylight, one of several features retained from the original 1898 property which has... Read More

Owned by one of Argentina's principal winemaking families, grapes and wine are a core part of the hotel decor, from the recycled oak barrel entrance to... Read More

With its flawlessly restored stone-and-tile exterior (the building is an Art Deco construction from 1929), the Moreno will have you at the architectural... Read More

The fluted façade of the loft-style hotel, located two blocks from the Casa Rosada, where Eva Perón gave her famous address, dates to the... Read More

Located in the Monserrat neighborhood, the NH City & Tower hotel is housed in an Art Deco building, just a just a two-minute walk from Plaza de Mayo... Read More

Although the NH Latino is located in the business district, the hotel is also within walking distance of popular tourist destinations like the Obelisk,... Read More

A former convent overlooking one of Palermo Viejo’s sweetest street corners, Nuss is unpretentious, perfectly placed, and just plain good. Twenty-two... Read More

Comparable to an upscale Airbnb, Oasis Collections rents stylish apartments and houses around the city, with many properties in Palermo, Recoleta,... Read More

This Park Hyatt feels like two hotels in one. The original 23-room mansion, built in 1934 by French architect Leon Dourge, defines Belle Époque... Read More

If money is no object, the choice between the old mansion and the new tower is the proverbial no-brainer. The latter offers a decent, if vanilla, five... Read More

Any hotel that includes dulce de leche-filled alfajores and a bottle of Malbec in its welcome basket has clearly given some thought to intergenerational... Read More

Every guest gets a butler at this downtown mainstay with stellar service.  Read More

This family-friendly aparthotel places you on the west side of San Telmo, just a 10-minute stroll from Plaza Dorrego. Choose from 15 spacious condo... Read More

For cheap and cheery lodging in trendy Villa Crespo, book into Pop, the first of its kind in Buenos Aires. At this budget hotel, the 44 rooms are small... Read More

Looking a little more like a Palo Alto startup than a hotel, Pop describes itself as the city’s first “budget boutique.” Whether this is true—or even a... Read More

To truly experience glamorous world of polo, head to this ranch–owned by a British-Argentine couple–located an hour’s drive from the capital in Cañuelas... Read More

A comfy B&B in trendy Villa Crespo run by an Anglo-Brazilian couple who completely overhauled the property, this is an ideal pied-à-terre located in... Read More

Chic, minimalist guestrooms with flat-screen TVs, queen beds and balconies await in this couple-run B&B. It places you in Villa Crespo, an up-and... Read More

The location of this property is just about perfect; a number of top-notch restaurants and bars sit within a one-block radius, and San Telmo Market and... Read More

When guests step into the soaring, black-and-white tiled lobby of this landmark Neoclassical high-rise (built in 1929, it was the city’s first... Read More

On a Sunday afternoon, you’ll have a hard time finding a district more peaceful than Las Cañitas, in the north end of the city near the... Read More

A welcome addition to Buenos Aires’ small bed-and-breakfast scene, this fifth-floor, two-story accommodation has a Belle Epoque marble staircase, murano... Read More

175 rooms and a marble-clad lobby, on a quiet downtown side street.  Read More

Ever since it opened in 2003, this tiny hotel in the historic, hostel-heavy San Telmo neighborhood has been crazily popular. Each of the five rooms in... Read More

It won’t win any design awards or get short- or hot- or top-listed by any glossy travel mags, but Tiana is just the ticket if you’re looking for a... Read More

Pulling out all the design stops with its rainbow facade and sleek interiors, this popular boutique is nonetheless a solid choice for families who want... Read More

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