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The Glu Hotel

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

The Glu Hotel, a small, boutique property in the posh Palermo neighborhood, feels like an urban oasis in bustling Buenos Aires. — Oyster

What makes the hotel special, in addition to service, is how quiet it is compared to other boutique hotels in Palermo Soho, which strive to be social centers. — Frommer's

Run with love by the Glusman Family, this boutique hotel has 11 spacious rooms, all stylishly equipped with wood furnishings, bright wooden floors, and a small bar. — Fodor's

Modern boutique hotel for travelers seeking upscale digs with less pretense. — BlackBook

Immaculate rosewood furnishings, buff leather sofas, velvet chairs and spotless linen bedclothes are all pleasing to the eye and to the touch. — Time Out

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Loi Suites Recoleta

Recoleta 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A white-marble lobby leads to a garden area where you can enjoy a poolside breakfast or an afternoon drink. — Fodor's

Gorgeous rooms are awash in basic colors and simple designs and exude high-class comfort. — Lonely Planet

A sophisticated hotel with rooms offering views of the Recoleta cemetery. — DK Eyewitness

Loi Suites Recoleta is a 112-room apartment-style hotel in the swanky Recoleta neighborhood, surrounded by art galleries, restaurants, and the famous Recoleta Cemetery. — Oyster

Within walking distance of museums, galleries, shopping, and the famous Recoleta Cemetery, this hotel enjoys a perfect-scoring "great location in one of the most popular parts" of Buenos Aires. — Condé Nast Traveler

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NH Buenos Aires City

Montserrat 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooftop, with its small outdoor heated pool, offers a view all the way to Uruguay on a clear day, and there's a small health club, with a spa, sauna, and Jacuzzi. — Frommer's

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. — Travel + Leisure

This enormous art deco hotel is a throwback to an earlier era. — Fodor's

The Spanish-owned NH Hoteles has become the hippest chain in town, favored by tourists and business visitors for style and location. — Concierge

The NH chain’s signature style is hip minimalism, with muted earth tones and natural design accents. — Lonely Planet

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Mine Hotel Boutique

Palermo 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Palermo charmer is a beautiful and very hip boutique hotel. — Lonely Planet

Atmospherically lit to accentuate the positive in both its decor and its guests, this first-class boutique hotel is decked-out in brown and neutral tones. — Time Out

Swank Palermo boutique hotel does the urban oasis thing. Quiet location safely tucked away from pub-crawling main drag. — BlackBook

The Mine Hotel Boutique is an upscale 20-room hotel in the hip Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Soho. — Oyster

A modernist and minimalist property built of concrete and exposed stones, this boutique hotel comes complete with a cool common area, youthful staff, and a full bar and restaurant. — Fodor's

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America del Sur Hostel

San Telmo 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This gorgeous boutique-like hostel is the fanciest of its kind in Buenos Aires, and built especially to be a hostel. — Lonely Planet

Of the many backpacker hostels in Buenos Aires, this one stands out because it feels more like a mid-range hotel. — Frommer's

This tall, imposing building seemed to appear from one moment to the next, in this slowly awakening bit of San Telmo in tourism terms. — Time Out

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Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires

Retiro 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The intimate lobby, decorated in Italian marble, crystal, and Persian carpets, is a virtual revolving door for Argentine politicians, foreign diplomats, and business executives. — Frommer's

The location, overlooking Plaza San Martín, is arguably the best in the city, and the entire place oozes old-world charm. — Time Out

This landmark hotel boasts a prime spot next to Plaza San Martin in the thriving, downtown business district.  — Gayot

Marriott snapped up the legendary luxury establishment in 1994 and has astutely combined modern amenities... with classic, white-glove sophistication, all at pretty reasonable prices. — Concierge

The elegant lobby, crystal chandeliers, and swanky bar evoke Argentina's opulent, if distant, past. Rooms are comfortable and clean, if not particularly spacious. — Fodor's

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Be Trimos Hotel

Montserrat 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Axel is a cosmopolitan hotel located in San Telmo, a bohemian neighborhood in central Buenos Aires. — Oyster

The minimalism extends to the rooms, bright and modern with a glass shower planted in the middle. — Time Out

Boutique sleep in the boho-chic barrio of San Telmo, offering streamlined décor and a hotspot restaurant — Jetsetter

A Spanish chain, this is a hotel for gays, billing itself as "hetero-friendly". — Frommer's

It’s all built and decorated in a markedly contemporary style. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires

Retiro 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This place is on par with the Casasur Art Hotel for contemporary design, but it holds the edge since it is newer and still generating quite a bit of buzz. — Star Service

Very well located, this large, new boutique hotel has a black-and-white lobby and minimalist decor. — Lonely Planet

For a mid-sized (104 rooms) and mid-range hotel, this central gem feels remarkably intimate, somewhere between a boutique hotel and a business hotel. — Frommer's

As with its Pulitzer properties in Barcelona and Paris, Regina Hoteles emphasizes sleek design and good value. — Condé Nast Traveler

A short stroll from stylish Recoleta, Hotel Pulitzer Buenos Aires makes a calm and cool first impression, but has a playful side too. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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BoBo Hotel

Palermo 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Comfortable, quirky BoBo shrewdly combines the bourgeois with the bohemian. — Fodor's

“This amazing boutique hotel” has perfect-scoring sleek interiors and a perfect-scoring location in Palermo, near the Botanical Garden. — Condé Nast Traveler

Personal staff attention and a combination of old and new... keep the place from feeling too coolly chic. — Travel + Leisure

Bo Bo stands for bohemian-bourgeois and, true to its name, a sense of hip, affordable luxury runs throughout the property. — Time Out

Situated on a dappled tree-lined block in Palermo Viejo, the Bobo is both a hipster hangout and an urbane boutique hotel. — Concierge

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Alvear Art Hotel

Retiro 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant downtown business hotel with views of the city and a cool rooftop pool. — Jetsetter

The 139-room luxury Alvear Art Hotel is a stylish retreat in the middle of Buenos Aires’ Retiro, a neighborhood filled with posh restaurants and high-end shopping. — Oyster

The newest property from the country's most respected lodging chain, the sleek Alvear Art Hotel is set back behind some trees on a pedestrian-only street in the heart of the city’s business district. — Fodor's

This modern hotel is the little sister to the more refined and well-respected Alvear Palace — Star Service

As this is the younger, more casual sister to the famed Alvear Palace, guests can expect the same high services but in a relaxed ambience. — Travel + Leisure

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Park Tower

Retiro 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

They say you can see all the way to Uruguay from the upper reaches of this 23-floor luxury high-rise, a strikingly mod edifice—and handy orientation landmark—overlooking Plaza San Martín. — Concierge

Well-heeled Americans are likely to be found here. — Star Service

It has a reputation for stellar service, which should come as no surprise since each guest gets a butler to attend to his individual needs. — Forbes Travel Guide

Every guest gets a butler at this downtown mainstay with stellar service. . — Travel + Leisure

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A Hotel Art Gallery

Recoleta 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stunningly beautiful, this boutique hotel features a small covered patio with an interesting wall of mirrors and a wonderful rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi and a wood deck. — Lonely Planet

Modelled on the European hôtel de charme concept, this handsome establishment has no trouble at all living up to its name. — Time Out

A mid-price hotel in a high-price neighborhood, Art is ideal for travelers who want to stay close to Recoleta's many attractions without blowing their budget for the privilege. — Insight Guides

Occupying a stately, renovated, century-old townhouse, the Art Hotel lives up to its name. — Travel + Leisure

This was among the earliest of the boutique hotels to open in Buenos Aires during the tourism boom in 2004, and the owners have maintained the historical nature of the property. — Frommer's

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Five Cool Rooms

Palermo 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A single-digit amount of rooms makes Five the most miniature of Palermo Soho's boutique hotel options. — BlackBook

Bare pine floors, stainless steel furnishings, and gravel and bamboo give this minimalist hotel a quiet, Zen-like quality. — DK Eyewitness

Overall, for a small hotel, it has a lot of public space, including a lobby with leather sofas leading to an outdoor patio garden. — Frommer's

One of the slickest places to stay in Palermo is this modern, minimalist hotel that’s heavy on glass, wood and metal accents. — Lonely Planet

This venue ticks all the boutique boxes: bare pine flooring; a Zen-like gravel and bamboo-shoots decor scheme; a 1,500-square-foot (140-square-metre) rooftop terrace, a sauna and a massage parlour. — Time Out

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Panamericano Buenos Aires Hotel

San Nicolas 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Strategically positioned on the world's widest boulevard (Avenida 9 de Julio), this home-grown hotel offers the amenities of the big chains while maintaining a disctinctive South American character — Star Service

The popular, upscale Panamericano is near the famed Teatro Colón and the landmark Obelisco. — Fodor's

The enormous Pan Americano faces the Obelisco and the Teatro Colón, offering convenient access to tourist sites as well as many subte lines. — Frommer's

This twin-tower establishment has a gym, squash court, massage rooms, juice bar, beauty salon, and a 1,000-seater conference center. — DK Eyewitness

Your finest moment at this five-star hotel will likely be looking down on Av 9 de Julio from the 23rd-floor solarium, fresh from a dip in the pool. — Lonely Planet

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cE Hotel de Diseno

Recoleta 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The upscale, 28-room CE Hotel de Diseño is all about style. — Oyster

The cE is the kind of hotel that is as likely to be featured in an architectural periodical as in a travel guide — Star Service

With its oversize saffron-colored lobby chairs, all-white rooms, square white buffet trays, and penchant for clean, futuristic lines, the 28-room cE feels like an iPod’s giant offspring. — Travel + Leisure

Every detail has been tended to in the slick guest rooms and suites of CE, particularly in the enormous Plaza Suite. — Time Out

This hotel drips with coolness; rooms feel like pimped-out Tribeca lofts, with rotating flat-screen TVs that let you watch from bed or from one of the leather recliners. — Fodor's

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Mio Buenos Aires

Recoleta 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This vineyard-themed hotel juxtaposes wood pieces including hand-crafted bathtubs in rooms and wine-barrel wood doors with metals and marble to mix modern and classic styles. — Fodor's

Owned by one of Argentina's principal winemaking families, grapes and wine are a core part of the details, from the recycled oak barrel entrance to in-room wine on tap. — Travel + Leisure

The Mio Buenos Aires is a 30-room, luxury boutique hotel in Buenos Aires's popular and affluent Recoleta district, within easy walking distance of shops, restaurants, and attractions. — Oyster

A 13-story design hotel with an opaque-glass exterior on a jacaranda-lined block in swanky Recoleta. — Condé Nast Traveler

The furnishings are fashioned from wine barrels. — The Telegraph

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Nuss Buenos Aires

Palermo 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This utterly classy boutique hotel in a converted convent at the corner of Serrano houses a range of 22 beautiful rooms, ranging from spacious superior category to sizeable suites. — Rough Guide

In a restored Spanish-style convent on a tree-lined street, Nuss Buenos Aires Soho opened as a stylish 22-room hotel in 2009. Just off busy Plaza Serrano, it's a hot spot for... — Jetsetter

Sunny, corner digs with modern Palermo Soho style. — BlackBook

Housed in a former convent on one of Palermo's most happening corners, the Nuss is a great option for those who want to be in the heart of the barrio's action. — Fodor's

Perched on one of the most emblematic corners of Palermo, this 22-room boutique hotel has exemplary urban-oasis credentials: a large rooftop terrace is drenched with geraniums and sports a small pool — The Telegraph

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Hotel Babel

San Telmo 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Arty and stylish but also friendly and unpretentious, this mid-range boutique hotel captures the spirit of San Telmo better than most. — Travel + Leisure

This recently renovated conventillo-style house welcomes visitors from all parts of the globe, maintaining the tradition of a hodgepodge of languages that inspired its name. — Time Out

This 200-year-old former home of late Argentine president Juan Manuel de Rosas sits on one of the city's most historic streets, exactly nine blocks from the Casa Rosada. — Fodor's

This is a charming, small boutique hotel with a conventillo feel to it, built around a glass-covered, light-filled central courtyard in a century-old house. — Frommer's

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Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center

Retiro 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Across from the Retiro train station and the British Clock Tower, the Sheraton is ideally located for business travelers and tourists alike. — Frommer's

Across from Plaza San Martin, facing Retiro Station and affording sweeping, north-facing views of the plaza and Rio de la Plata beyond, this property earns the honor of largest hotel in Argentina. — Star Service

What it lacks in intimate charm, it makes up for in practicality, professionalism, and energy. — Fodor's

Business-friendly digs in the heart of Buenos Aires, with four dining options and a splurge-worthy spa. — Jetsetter

Located in the heart of the city, the Sheraton is a luxury hotel with two pools, tennis courts, and a well-equipped gym. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Boutique Raco de Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Italian-designed building in a non-touristy neighborhood offers 12 lovely rooms with different styling, from virgin white classic to subdued masculine to animal print. — Lonely Planet

Hotel Boutique Raco de Buenos Aires is a quaint three-pearl boutique hotel in the residential neighborhood of Almagro. — Oyster

Resembling the old-money mansions of San Telmo, this hotel's rooms open onto a central patio where many guests choose to take their breakfast — Fodor's

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