Superb room with amazing views of the lake. We went with on a fly fishing trip, which is very famous in the area. We had a great breakfast that was very well mounted. We took a fishing day-trip organized by the hotel with transfers, snacks, lunch and equipment included. In addition, also had dinner at Restaurant Tinto Bistro, where the food was excellent.
The Faena Hotel And Universe is a five star hotel, located in the chic neighborhood of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires. The unique place where this magnificent hotel was built had belonged to the Bunge and Born company dedicated to agriculture and owners of Molinos Rio de la Plata, a leader in the manufacturing and marketing of food products industry. In 1998, when the Manchester brick structure of the factory was about to be demolished, a fashion designer from Buenos Aires, Alan Faena, bought the building and invested 40 million to make the Faena Hotel and Universe. He did it with the help of American designer Phillipe Starck, who is behind other famous reforms and renovations in Manhattan, for example. The hotel has a total of 105 rooms and is next to a complex of 83 departments that make up the universe. The hotel is set differently to the rest of the complez, consisting of a market, boutique, cabaret, bar, library with 500 books and leather chairs, a cozy where you can also enjoy a drink while listening to a pianist play melodies on a rather grand piano, boutique, wine cellar, cafe, restaurants, dining and living rooms. And receiving care is different, because there is no lobby, and when you arrive, the manager accompanies each host and guides you in whatever you need. Personally, I enjoyed a night in the library room, where we saw a young singer from Argentina who had lived in Brazil for a few years, who along with a pianist and a drummer sang melodic songs. While attendees sitting in different corners, like a corner of your house, with chairs and tables of different heights, we took what he wanted each drink or eat. When you come to Buenos Aires, do not miss it.
The NH Crillon is a four star Hotel, conveniently located one block from the world-famous Plaza San Martin, on the Santa Fe Avenue, at the corner of Esmeralda. It is a stylish hotel that combines the elegance of the architecture and charm of a bygone era. It has 96 tastefully-decorated rooms and offers all the amenities that a hotel of this category normally does. I think the highlight is the location, as you can walk and quickly arrive at most places of interest in Buenos Aires.
The campsite "Las Tejas" is great, althrough there are many facilities like a deli to buy food (although the bathrooms are not the cleanest). Those who do not want to sleep in tents can be accommodated in an old boat that is on the ground and used as a hotel or in train cars set up the same way. There are ducks, chickens, sheep, peacocks and even lions. At the campsite you can eat on lounge chairs beside the Paraná or go and eat on the ship refitted for this purpose. How to get there: From Federal Capital, the Pan-American head towards Pilar - Bell, then go toward Gualeguaychu Escobar. Cross the Zarate bridge. Once you pay the toll and just go down the same turn to the right onto a paved road that leads to the campsite. The campsite is in the province of Buenos Aires, on the border with the province of Entre Rios.
Located in Calle Parera, a small street that's one of the most beautiful and "Frenchified" in Buenos Aires, the elegant Park Plaza Hotel is a magnificent choice for a comfortable stay in the neighbourhood of La Recoleta. The hotel is within walking distance of Patio Bullrich, Plaza Francia, the Avenida 9 de Julio and several highly regarded restaurants. The Park Plaza offers 54 different rooms, all tastefully decorated.
This establishment is one of my favourite hotels in Buenos Aires. It is a 4-star boutique situated in Palermo, Hollywood. It offers a great location, and has nice rooms. It is located close to the bars. The staff is attentive. Many people prefer city center, but I do not know why. In my opinion, Palermo is much better, it is well connected to all of Buenos Aires. The rooms are a luxury. I had a great time.
Ayres Porteño is a tango themed hostel situated in the city of Buenos Aires. It enjoys an excellent location, situated in the tourist and colonial San Telmo neighborhood, where you can find exhibitions, tango shows, museums, concerts and the best bars and restaurants. The hostel is situated in a beautiful old recycled building, decorated with murals and tango themed art. It is the perfect place to observe the life and culture of the city. With respect to services, it has everything you would expect of a hostel, full breakfast included, daily maid service, linen and towels included, free internet and Wi-Fi, spacious and comfortable rooms, laundry, luggage and lockers , terrace, among others.
Walking through the streets of Puerto Madero, all named after famous Argentinian women, you'll find this modern five-star hotel where, strangely enough, pets are allowed. It is one of the most beautiful and newest hotels in Buenos Aires. Although I only saw the outside, the building is stunning, with a 600 m2 foyer and 421 rooms. It is an old building that was converted into a hotel, and was opened to the public in March 2000.
Located only a few steps from the Recoleta, Palermo Park and the National Museum of Fine Arts, this 46-room hotel is part of the Park Plaza chain: Luxury, distinction, stylish decor and personal service. The hotel has standard, superior, deluxe, and suite rooms. It also has non-smoking rooms.
After visiting many hotels in Buenos Aires and exploring its neighborhoods dozens of times, I have to stay that the Sofitel is my favorite place to sleep. The hotel is beautiful, not too big, exquisite and everything is clean and safe. It is true that the rooms are not huge, but that is offset by other advantages, like te neighborhood it's located in, near the embassies. The breakfast and coffee, delightful!
The Sheraton Libertador Hotel has a fantastic location, just two blocks from downtown Buenos Aires. If you ever see a promotion for this hotel, don't hesitate to take it! Don't confuse it with the Sheraton Buenos Aires, which is in the neighbourhood of Retiro. Close to many interesting places in Buenos Aires, both cultural and commercial, you can save time by walking easily to many of the hot spots.
This is a great choice for travelers on a budget who are staying in Buenos Aires. The BA Stop is located in an old building in the neighborhood of Monserrat, in the heart of Buenos Aires, close to everything that you'll want to see in the city. The hostel offers spacious dormitories or private rooms with a daily maid service. It has wi-fi, a lounge with a DVD player, a table tennis table, and a comfortable kitchen for you to prepare your own food.
This quaint and cozy hostel is located steps from Parque Lezama, one of the most popular places in the neighborhood of San Telmo. The hostel offers both 4-bed dormitories and private rooms. It has wi-fi, a safe, lounge with DVD player, a sun terrace, a study room, laundry and transfer service to and from the airport. If you stay here more than a week, you'll receive a 10% discount on your bill.
The Buenos Aires Lancaster hotel is located at 405 Avenida Cordoba, on the Reconquista corner. This four-star hotel stands in a beautiful Georgian building, with a great location for the tourist and businessman alike. It is close to the famous Pacific Galera, two blocks from Calle Florida, four blocks from the start of Puerto Madero, and five from Plaza San Martin. There are 115 rooms spread over 9 floors, furnished in a classic style. This was once the house of a Russian countess who had emigrated from Italy in 1944; although it has been renovated, it retains its air of Old World grace. There's a small lobby, a lovely restaurant, and bar with linen tablecloths, and charming rooms.
What's a backpacker doing in a hotel like this? Well, after a delay of fifteen hours, I had essentially lost a day of my holiday, so the airline gave me a night in this hotel as compensation. It's a luxury hotel with stunning views of the Plaza Area Force Argentina, and I was also given dinner and breakfast as part of the package. So the first thing I have to say is that if you have a choice, go for a room on the highest possible floor (it has 24 in total). The rooms are great, with large beds and wardrobes. The bathroom is filled with a lot of soaps and creams ... I didn't know what most of them were! We didn't have much dinner as we arrived late, but breakfast was great. It was the best hotel on my South American trip, but of course, I didn't have to pay a cent for it!
Luxurious, exclusive, and glamorous, the Park Chateau is one of the most beautiful new hotels in Recoleta. The minimalist furniture and stunning architecture will make you feel like you're in a movie. The Park Chateau has 63 rooms, with charming, romantic decor.
Of all the Park Plaza hotels in Buenos Aires, this is the most centrally-located. It is minutes from Avenida de Mayo, Government House, Calle Florida, and the neighborhood of San Telmo. Ideal for those who love getting lost in the city, this 73-room hotel combines the elegance that characterizes the Park Plaza chain, with the comfort that guests traveling on business need.
The best Buenos Aires hotels capture the beauty and history of the city. You can easily find hotels in historic buildings with high ceilings, period furniture, and good rates -- especially now, as the Argentine currency has dropped rapidly.
Hotels in Buenos Aires can be found in nearly every neighborhood, so the question of where to stay in Buenos Aires is not particularly difficult to answer. In addition to the historic inns, Buenos Aires accommodations also includes quaint family guesthouses, large international chain hotels, and funky art boutique inns. Indeed -- places to stay in Buenos Aires are as interesting and varied as the city itself.
With the Argentine currency in a fall, it is not hard to find Buenos Aires hotel deals, but as usual, prices are lowest in the off-season and highest during the main tourist season, holiday periods, and during festivals and conventions. At those times, lodging in Buenos Aires can be harder to find -- though definitely not impossible.
Remember that it's easy to use the city's public transport system, so you shouldn't have a problem getting around. Other types of cheap places to stay in Buenos Aires include hostels and serviced apartments.
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