Best hotels in Buenos Aires, Argentina

We list the best hotels in Buenos Aires as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor's, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The rating you see is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.

4.4 Faena Buenos Aires

Faena Hotel, Buenos Aires

CNN

“Conceived for the travelling rock star, the ultra-hip Faena is a recycled 1902 port building located in the exclusive Madero Este docklands zone. Its Philippe Starck design conserves the cavernous, red brick shell of the iconic building.”

$370
4.5 Magnolia Hotel Buenos Aires

Magnolia Boutique Hotel, Buenos Aires

Lonely Planet

“This classy boutique hotel is in a gorgeously restored old house. Its eight impeccably groomed rooms are bathed in muted colors and fitted with elegant furniture; some have a patio or balcony.”

$112
4.6 Poetry Building Buenos Aires

Apartment Poetry Building Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Lonely Planet

“These gorgeous studios and one-bedroom apartments are perfect for families. Each one is different, eclectically decorated with reproduction antique furniture.”

$148
4.8 Abode Buenos Aires

Bed & Breakfast Abode, Buenos Aires

CNN

“This familial guesthouse in the Soho area is a pink-painted corner building lived in by its expat owners. Its interior embraces four rooms, each with private bathroom. A Spanish roof terrace tops the amenities here, and is the location for barbecues, tango classes and wine tastings.”

$100
4.4 L'Hotel Palermo Buenos Aires

L’Hôtel Palermo, Buenos Aires

CNN

“L’Hôtel Palermo opened in the fashionable Soho district at the end of 2011. Its boutique design is inspired by the hotels of vintage Paris and contains petite, contemporary suites that are each uniquely decorated with restored furnishings.”

$135
4.6 Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Hotel Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt, Buenos Aires

CNN

“There is a sensation of flow at the Park Hyatt, whose setting is a converted mansion dating from 1934. Its marbled passageways run like streams, extravagant chandeliers appear to unravel from ceilings, and one elegant-chic space after another opens invitingly before guests.”

$500