Buenos Aires is a well-established traveler's hotspot, having popped onto the global radar nearly a decade ago thanks to the economic downturn that Argentina experienced in 2001, which caused the massive devaluation of the peso from which the country still hasn't recovered completely. While unlucky for Argentinians, the strong dollar-, euro-, and pound-to-peso exchange rate means that foreigners have been pouring into the country to take advantage of all that cosmopolitan Buenos Aires has to offer, at discount rates. This influx of travelers of all ages and backgrounds jump-started Argentina's extensive tourism industry and witnessed an impressive upturn in the variety and quality of accommodations. These days, in addition to the classic high-end luxury hotels that are mainly clustered in and around posh Recoleta, visitors can choose from Palermo's funky boutique hotels, the cozy, historic hotels of San Telmo, and all kinds of corporate and budget hotels in convenient locations like the Centro and Retiro.
Between Carranza and Ravignani
Avenida Alvear 1891
Av. Alvear 1661
Martha Salotti 445
At Av. Juana Manso
Carlos Calvo 369
High-end boutique hotel, wine lounge, and spa...
Av. Juan de Garay 458
Between Defensa and Bolivar
At Santa Fe overlooking Plaza San Martín
Prestige, elegance, and tradition... read more
Main Entrance de Ago a Oct, 2012
Juan Ramirez de Velasco, 934 Capital Federal
Charming B&B in up-and-coming Villa Crespo...