Best Hotels in Buenos Aires, Argentina

We list the best hotels in Buenos Aires as recommended by the most popular travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All the hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see in this review are an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars. Our ratings are to be trusted as they include both customer reviews and expert opinions.
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina as well as being the most populous city in the country. The name Buenos Aires translates to “fair winds” or “good airs”. Considered an alpha city by the study GaWC5, Buenos Aires contributes a large portion to the entire economy of Argentina.
Buenos Aires is rated one of the best cities to live in Latin America with its ‘quality of life’ ranked 91st in the world, which makes it one of the highest ranked in the region.
As a major tourist destination, it is popularly known for its preserved Spanish/European-style architecture and a vibrant cultural life. As a symbol of its high level of hospitality, the city is home to multiple ethnic and religious groups with several languages being spoken in the city. The city is regarded as a “melting pot” where several ethnic groups live together making it one of the most diverse cities of Latin America.
In a survey carried out by Travel + Leisure, Buenos Aires was rated the second most desirable city to visit in the world. Several tourism options such as tango shows and traditional Pasado are present in Buenos Aires.
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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
4.6 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
4.7 Hub Porteno Buenos Aires

Hotel Hub Porteño by DON, Buenos Aires

Frommers

“A gathering-point for all things interesting and beautiful in Buenos Aires, this new, discreet Recoleta boutique hotel focuses on its insider connections to provide supreme five-star concierge service, offering more of an all-encompassing travel experience than a simple hotel stay.”

Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Buenos Aires.

$192
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
4.7 Fierro Hotel Buenos Aires

Fierro Hotel, Buenos Aires

New York Times

“With a great location in Palermo Hollywood, the Fierro of a much more expensive hotel. The suites, some with balconies, are spacious, and the ground-floor restaurant, Uco, does one of the best brunches in town.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Buenos Aires.

$139
4.6 Glue Hotel Buenos Aires

Glu Boutique Hotel Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

New York Times

“Despite the slightly off-putting name, the Glu is a charmer: all the room are suites with comfy king-size beds, and the staff members are some of the friendliest and most helpful in the entire city.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Buenos Aires.

$134