The Best Hotels in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Hostel Clan & YMCA

Description: A friendly and fun atmosphere dominates this basic backpacker hostel in the bustling Microcentro of Buenos Aires. The hostel has about 60 beds, entertainment in the form of ping pong tables, pool tables, barbecues, a rooftop terrace and a bar, and guitar playing and singing in the lobby. It also has an on-site Spanish school and travel agency, offers free bicycle rentals, and weekly soccer matches for those who are not tired after all night partying. There are several double rooms with shared bathrooms and hammocks, but the lodging consists mainly of dorms over two levels. This is a great place to meet other backpackers and to have fun.
Address: Adolfo Alsina 912, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

Portal del Sur Hostel

Description: The Portal del Sur Hostel is a basic backpacker hostel located in the Microcentro. It is one of the newer hostels in the area which offers a rooftop bar and terrace along with exquisitely decorated private rooms, all in an original house from the 1920’s. The hostel also offers dormitories, one for males and one for females. However, if you happen to be travelling in a mixed group, it can be arranged to have a combination room. The rooftop terrace has one of the best views you will find from a hostel overlooking this amazing city. The hostel offers daily activities such as barbecues on the terrace every Thursday night and games of pool and ping pong. This place is perfect for backpackers on a budget looking for a friendly and fun atmosphere.
Average price is $34 per person.
Address: Hipólito Yrigoyen 855, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

Gran Hotel Hispano

Description: The Gran Hotel Hispano is a splendid hotel on Avenida de Mayo in the Microcentro of Buenos Aires with three floors of vintage styled rooms. This is one of the best mid range hotels located in Buenos Aires in the Microcentro. Its location makes it ideal for those looking for a bustling downtown experience rather than a peaceful, quieter neighbourhood like San Telmo or Palmero. Being one of the oldest hotels in the Microcentro, the Hispano was around before the big tourist boom and still contains all of its old charm. In addition, all of the rooms have colour televisions and is updated and modern. Although none of the 56 bedrooms contain windows, most have double doors that open up onto the interior patio. This is a great place for those looking for a charming old-style hotel in the very centre of the city.
Prices average $170 (year round)
Address: Avenida de Mayo 861, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

Hotel Carsson

Description: This is a traditional, old fashioned 4 star European hotel, located in the heart of the Microcentro. With a chandelier in the lobby and the classic styling of the rooms, this hotel feels more like an elegant and low-key affair. The hotel has all the amenities that you would need: breakfast included, spacious bathrooms, air conditioning, internet and a television. Its location is perfect for shopping, being just half a block away from the Calle Florida and its shopping centres. If you are interested in culture and in history, this hotel is perfect as it is located near the Centro Culturo Borges, a museum with work of Picasso, Frida Kahlo, along with other international names. The Hotel Carsson is the perfect place to stay for those wanting an old style hotel with amazing value.
Prices average $90 for a standard room, $120 for a deluxe room.
Address: Viamonte 650, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

NH City Hotel

Description: This is a top end luxury hotel for those looking for more comfort at a higher price. The hotel ambience is extremely relaxing with deep umber-coloured walls, earth-toned furnishings, supremely soft bedspreads and plush chairs. All the rooms are decorated with framed art prints and crown moulding along with a delicious gourmet buffet breakfast that is included in the deal. Located less than a block away from the Plaza de Mayo, and just north of San Telmo, the hotel is extremely central and located close to three subway terminals which makes travelling to the other neighbourhoods extremely easy.
Average price: $208
Address: Bolívar 160, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

Hotel NH Jousten

Description: The Hotel NH Jousten boasts a location that used to be one of Avenida Corrientes’ most prized buildings until it was closed and sat deserted for many years. Recently it was renovated and restored by the NH chain of hotels and is now a beautiful place to stay for tourists looking to splurge! It is now an elegant and busy hotel having accommodated former presidents Juan Perón, Hipólito Irigoyen and famed tango dancer Carlos Gardel. The rooms are modern and luxurious though still reveal many of the original trimmings from the 1920’s. The presidential suite boasts arched ceilings and giant Jacuzzis making it a luxurious stay for those who enjoy indulging. The staff attention is of the standard that it should be for a five star hotel.
Average price: $80
Address: Corrientes 280, Microcentro, Buenos Aires

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