It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Buenos Aires is known as the "Paris of South America.” The architecture, the cafes, the art scene...it’s all there! While you’re discovering this amazing city, we recommend staying in one of these hotels. Some are historic and some are modern, but they all promise luxury.
Faena Hotel 88
445 Martha Salotti
This landmark property, with its long, red-carpeted corridors, Miami Vice-style pool bar and molecular-cuisine restaurant... is a feast for the senses.
Calle Carlos Calvo 369.
The lobby has a cascading waterfall, leading down to the sunken wine-tasting room, where every afternoon, from 6 to 9pm, there is a wine tasting included in the services for guests.
This exquisite hotel envelops you in a pampering atmosphere that screams turn-of-the-19th-century Paris.
Soler 5862 - Palermo
Well-sited among the boutiques and bars, its 27 spacious, soundproofed rooms have king-size beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, and hypoallergenic goose-down pillows.
Calle Julian Alvarez 1746
Tucked among the early-20th-century town houses in the fashionable Palermo neighborhood, the restored hotel has an original stained-glass ceiling in the foyer.
1661 Alvear Avenue
What links the two spaces—in addition to rotating contemporary art exhibits—is impeccable service that elicits kudos from even the most discerning globetrotters.
Tricked out boutique decadence in the middle of downtown Buenos Aires. Each room is basically a relaxing little spa.
The 173-room Sofitel is a luxury option in the Retiro neighborhood, sitting on a tree-lined street within walking distance of several sights as well as the Retiro station.
Calle Gurruchaga 1848
To create a theme hotel that isn’t lame is an achievement. To create one this special is a miracle.
Calle Moreno 376
The stunning Art Deco façade tells you this is something special – the forty sumptuous rooms inside range from large room to the jazuzzi loft.
1891 Alvear Avenue
The Alvear, which fills half a block of BA's most exclusive street, Avenida Alvear, reeks of old-school class, and it's perhaps the grandest hotel in all of the capital.
Calle Montevideo 1647
The result is visually impressive mise-en-scènes that exude a quiet sense of wealth, favoring discreet technology and imported woods over glitz and gold.