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Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Recoleta 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not only does the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt have two names, it also has two buildings, two entrances, and, perhaps, two identities. — Condé Nast Traveler

Elegance shimmers from every chandelier of this fabulous palace, which pays homage to the glory days of Thirties Buenos Aires. — The Telegraph

Interiors in the public areas are fresh and modern, the spa and gym are among the best in town, and the rooms have high ceilings and polished hardwood floors. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel combines a modern tower with the Palacio Duhau, the Duhau family mansion. Mansion rooms mix modern and classical details. — Frommer's

The five-pearl Palacio Duhau-Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, an elegant property situated in a 1930s French neoclassical palace, is centrally located in Buenos Aires' upscale Recoleta District. — Oyster

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Alvear Palace Hotel

Recoleta 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Service remains top-notch: a bilingual butler assists guests with everything from unpacking and ironing to drawing a bath. — Travel + Leisure

Elegant European luxury adorns high-end rooms in one of the city's most historic neighborhoods. — Gayot

A long-standing social pillar in this tony neighborhood of smart shops and embassies, this establishment continues as the choice for visiting heads of state. This paragon of traditional... — Star Service

Ask any local to name the classiest, most traditional hotel in Buenos Aires, and they’ll surely name the Alvear Palace. — Lonely Planet

The Alvear Palace... is widely regarded as the best hotel in Buenos Aires. — DK Eyewitness

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Faena Hotel

Puerto Madero 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

High concept Phillipe Starck-designed rager in historic grain silo sits super pretty on the waterfront. — BlackBook

Sexy Buenos Aires sleep with a sceney pool, spa, cabaret and 400-bottle wine cellar. — Jetsetter

"It's not just a hotel," the people who run this monstrous property in chic Puerto Madero Este... will tell you, "it's a universe." They may have a point. — Concierge

Argentine fashion impresario Alan Faena and famed French architect Philippe Starck set out to create a "universe" unto itself, and they have succeeded in spades. — Fodor's

Rooms are simply yet tastefully furnished Art Deco-style, with mirror-paneled cupboards and velvety carpets. — DK Eyewitness

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Sofitel Buenos Aires Arroyo

Retiro 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once an apartment building, this "elegant hotel with French charm" is in the "lovely neighborhood" of La Recoleta, near art galleries and antiques dealers. — Condé Nast Traveler

Nos. 707 and 715 have the best skyline views and magnificent views of tree-lined Arroyo Street. — Travel + Leisure

Beautiful marble bathrooms have separate showers and bathtubs and feature Roger & Gallet amenities. — Frommer's

Housed in a landmark 1930s building, the Sofitel has grand and luxurious rooms. The bar off the main lounge is crammed with books and dark little corners for lounging. — DK Eyewitness

Situated in Retiro, the Argentine capital’s bustling port neighborhood, Sofitel Buenos Aires fuses art deco architecture with neoclassic French style and a slice of history. Originally... — Forbes Travel Guide

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Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

Retiro 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Buenos Aires landmark—situated smack dab in Recoleta, the city's most exclusive shopping barrio—occupies a modern 12-story tower and a handsome Belle Époque mansion. — Travel + Leisure

Part of the international chain, this fantastically luxurious hotel is divided between a modern block and the belle époque Alazaga Unzué mansion, which looks like a French chateau inside and out. — Rough Guide

Families, couples and business travelers are catered to at this high-end hotel in the posh La Recoleta district.  — Gayot

Frequently cited as the best hotel in Buenos Aires, this is the first choice for visiting celebrities; indeed everyone from Madonna to Fidel Castro has stayed here at one time or another. — Time Out

Hip hangout with an award-winning restaurant fresh from a top-to-toe revamp in well-heeled Recoleta. — Jetsetter

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Casa Calma Hotel

Retiro 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the most sophisticated of the small boutique inns scattered across the Argentine capital. The effort taken in its design goes beyond style, extending to quality noticeable... — Star Service

They've worked very hard to make this boutique hotel supremely quiet and relaxing—not an easy task considering it's located in one of the busiest parts of the city. — Frommer's

Looking to escape the big-city traffic and pollution, the headlines, the heat or whatever? A few days decompressing in this oasis of tranquillity should do the trick. — Time Out

This boutique property and "wellness hotel" in the heart of downtown Buenos Aires has taken the concept of in-house spa to a new level. — Fodor's

Those with stuffed wallets and of an eco-conscious mind now have their perfect hideaway in BA – Casa Calma. — Lonely Planet

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Algodon Mansion

Retiro 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Buenos Aires hotel is on a leafy street that is pleasant and quiet, populated with small cafés where area residents sit sipping coffee for hours with friends. — Forbes Travel Guide

Luxurious Belle Epoque mansion turned opulent boutique hotel. — BlackBook

It is clear every detail of this hotel, one of the ritziest properties in the city, that a guest's stay was considered through and through. — Fodor's

A 2009 renovation of Buenos Aires’ Algodon Mansion, in the city’s Recoleta neighborhood, upped the ante at the six-story Belle Époque gem. — Travel + Leisure

Atmospheric property in a 1912 French classical-style limestone mansion, well-located in the leafy and chic Recoleta neighborhood. — Andrew Harper

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Home Hotel Buenos Aires

Palermo 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since opening in 2005, this boutique property has won a number of accolades in designer magazines and become a favorite with both local celebrities and visiting rock stars. — DK Eyewitness

Strategically located within blocks of much of the city’s nightlife, Home has become something of a base for those coming to the city looking to indulge in it. — Afar Magazine

This 20-room, upscale boutique hotel has chic rooms with great design sense, a relaxing garden retreat, and a popular restaurant and bar in the trendy Palermo Hollywood neighborhood — Oyster

Palermo Viejo's first boutique hotel, Home blazed a trail that many have followed but few have matched. — Insight Guides

Owned and run by a British record producer and his Irish–Argentine wife, this masterpiece of modern architecture and hotel design is simply incredible. — Rough Guide

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Hub Porteno

Recoleta 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This neighborhood has lots of boutique hotels, but Hub Porteno is definitely in a different category from the small local chains like Loi Suites Recoleta — Star Service

Opened in September 2012, in the posh Recoleta neighborhood, Hub Porteño's luxury is about more than its 11 elegant rooms. — Fodor's

An 11-room Recoleta town house hotel with a critically acclaimed restaurant and flower-filled roof terrace. — Condé Nast Traveler

The allure of this gem in the Recoleta area is its impressive ability to unlock the best Buenos Aires has to offer. — Travel + Leisure

More like a lavish apartment owned by your richest Argentine friend, Hub Porteño is all about ultra-stylist décor, daring – and delicious – gastronomy. — The Telegraph

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Legado Mitico

Palermo 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like its sister hotel in Salta, this remarkable boutique hotel goes in for themed rooms. — Rough Guide

Blessed with city's most gorgeous sitting room, the Legado Mitico transforms guests to another era by evoking the legacy of Argentine icons. — Fodor's

Location on Gurruchaga's prime, cobblestoned shoping strip means you won't have to carry your Etiqueta Negra bags too far. — BlackBook

Enjoys the best of both worlds: Superbly located at the heart of Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires' food-and-fashion quarter, it sits on a quiet block lined with jacaranda and rosewood trees. — Concierge

To create a theme hotel that isn’t lame is an achievement. To create one this special is a miracle. — Travel + Leisure

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Fierro Hotel Buenos Aires

Palermo 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It may be a hip hotel; it may be in Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires’ trendiest neighborhood. But the Fierro Hotel is utterly lacking in the pretension that’s often part and parcel of a... — Jetsetter

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 food-centric, 27-room hotel. — Travel + Leisure

Well-sited among the boutiques and bars, its 27 spacious, soundproofed rooms have king-size beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, and hypoallergenic goose-down pillows. — Condé Nast Traveler

This hip and well located boutique bolthole in central Palermo is a definite den for foodies. — The Telegraph

Calling itself "The Hotel for the Gourmand Visiting Buenos Aires"... Fierro is a fiery new devil red-and-black presence that opened in September 2010. — Frommer's

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Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires

Montserrat 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn 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 1920's-when Argentina embraced Art Deco. — Travel + Leisure

Housed inside a renovated 1928 Art Deco printing factory, the upper-middle-range Moreno Hotel has a singular, dramatic look. — Oyster

Showcasing the handsome gaucho style that epitomizes rural-chic Argentina, the Moreno is a design hotel popular with Europeans. — Frommer's

Rooms range in size from the generous to the enormous; all have 13-foot ceilings, expansive iron-framed windows, and Art Deco-style furniture upholstered in iridescent sea green. — Concierge

Restored Art Deco building earns accolades from locals and internationals alike for its sprawling, well-designed suites. — BlackBook

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Magnolia Hotel Boutique

Palermo 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hidden along a cobbled street in Palermo, the cosy Magnolia Hotel offers excellent accommodation and friendly service. — Time Out

At this gorgeous Art Nuoveau townhouse with period furnishings, nothing is too much trouble – from the welcome glass of wine on arrival to help with all you need during your stay. — Rough Guide

Those whose Buenos Aires visit involves more relaxing and less hedonistic free-for-alls will find this tucked-away restored house an excellent fit. — BlackBook

Magnolia Hotel feels like home—that is if home were a high-ceilinged Palermo townhouse from the 1890s, complete with wrapped staircase. — Fodor's

One of Buenos Aires’ finest stays is this classy boutique hotel, located in a gorgeously restored old house. — Lonely Planet

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Bonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo

San Telmo 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a grand and beautiful old house, this excellent-value San Telmo hotel has, since its opening in 2006, been blazing a trail as one of the most original and finest boutiques in the neighbourhood. — Time Out

While all units have private bathrooms and modern extras like LCD TVs and free Wi-Fi, the overall feel of each varies greatly. — Afar Magazine

Each of the seven rooms is unique—a different Argentine artist decorated each—and they take full advantage of every inch of the property. — Fodor's

Elegantly decorated with antiques bought at local stores, the rooms are an ideal balance of old-school grandeur and new boutique style. — DK Eyewitness

Ever since it opened in 2003, this tiny hotel in the historic, hostel-heavy San Telmo neighborhood has been crazily popular. — Travel + Leisure

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Hilton Buenos Aires

Puerto Madero 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a bold seven-story chrome and glass rectangle in Buenos Aires' revitalized port district, this sleek temple of modern design is a cornerstone of Puerto Madero's rehabilitation. This... — Star Service

The strikingly contemporary hotel -- a sleek silver block hoisted on stilts -- features a seven-story atrium with more than 400 well-equipped guest rooms. — Frommer's

The vast glass-roofed atrium/lobby is embellished with chrome sofas, a marble reception, dazzling carpets and a pair of glass lifts. — Time Out

This massive glass-and-steel structure puts you close to downtown and the restaurants and fresh air of Puerto Madero. — Fodor's

Even when it is buzzing with corporate guests the huge glass and chrome lobby of the Hilton feels spacious. — DK Eyewitness

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1555 Malabia House

Palermo 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Three mini gardens combine to create a relaxed oasis... all have queen-size beds, air-conditioning and private bathrooms. — Time Out

It still retains its antique essence, even with a 2010 renovation adding a sleek layer of silvers and purples to the interior. — Frommer's

The Malabia House Hotel is housed in a quaint 18th-century building situated on a tree-lined, cobblestone street in Palermo Soho, an upscale shopping and dining-focused neighborhood. — Oyster

Owned by an interior designer, this former convent has been turned into a stylish boutique hotel. — DK Eyewitness

Behind the unassuming white facade of this century-old town house and convent is what the proprietors have dubbed Argentina's "first designer B&B." — Fodor's

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CasaSur Recoleta

Recoleta 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Certainly one of the finest stays in Recoleta is this gorgeous newcomer in the five-star scene. — Lonely Planet

Classic European-inspired luxury, a spa with globally-inspired treatments and a primo position in Buenos Aires’ swankiest district. — Jetsetter

Hip without the attitude is the best way to describe this contemporary hotel best suited for those looking for minimalist living without the fuss. With its central location, this property... — Star Service

On an attractive, tree-lined street in the La Recoleta neighborhood, the CasaSur Art Hotel is a luxe, boutique property with 36 rooms. — Oyster

Thoughtful professionalism is evident in everything from the disabled facilities to the monogrammed toilet paper seals. — Time Out

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InterContinental Hotel Buenos Aires

Montserrat 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Upscale modern stay with a spa and Argentine grill, located close to Avenida de Mayo and the Financial District. — Jetsetter

This luxurious tower hotel in one of the city's oldest districts is decorated in 1930s style. — Frommer's

The InterContinental is a beautiful upscale hotel that attracts numerous business travelers due to its business-friendly amenities and location near government buildings. — Oyster

The hotel is lovely, but the location is lousy; inside, rooms are modern, spacious, and equipped with sleeper chairs. — Fodor's

On the southern perimeter of the city center, two blocks south of Avenida de Mayo, and two blocks east of Avenida 9 de Julio, this operation is close enough to the heart of things to... — Star Service

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Miravida Soho Hotel and Wine Bar

Palermo 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fancier Palermo Soho boutique hotel lures in guests with ebony floors, immaculate restoration job. — BlackBook

This dreamy boutique hotel is owned and operated by two German expats, and smartly combines the Old World charm of the 1930s-era building with modern touches. — Fodor's

Guests arriving at the six-room Miravida Soho Hotel and Wine Bar in the bohemian Palermo neighborhood of Buenos Aires are greeted with a glass of wine and a house-made empanada. — Oyster

The owners of this hotel have opted for original features and old-fashioned charm over ultra-modern minimalism. — Time Out

Run by a helpful Canadian, this lovely guesthouse comes with six beautifully remodeled, elegant rooms. — Lonely Planet

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Didi Soho Hotel

Palermo 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Chic" is the word that sprang to mind when I first stepped into this new boutique hotel. The lobby is modern and clean, and the staff in all-black uniforms is immediately attentive. — Frommer's

The accent here is on tasteful boutique and the comfortable suites are painted in a combination of calming pastels and dramatic reds. — DK Eyewitness

Each of the 21 roomy suites here is well-lit, equipped with a flat-screen TV, CD player, microwave and breakfast bar, with a cream and beige colour scheme that's more soothing than striking. — Time Out

In the heart of Palermo Soho, this smart hotel offers sneak peaks into the backyards of the neighborhood's many private homes, where some of Argentina's coolest artists reside. — Fodor's

Soho All Suites is a trendy 21-room boutique hotel in the heart of Palermo, an upscale neighborhood known for great shopping and dining. — Oyster

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