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The Tango City Hostel Inn
The Tango City hostel, located in the heart of the bohemian and historical neighbourhood of San Telmo, provides top quality services in a relaxed atmosphere. There are one hundred beds in this hostel that was converted from an antique house. There is a giant kitchen, a pool table common room along with free tango and Spanish classes included in the deal! You can also take part in the free dinner provided from Monday through till Thursday. All rooms have air conditioning and lockers are provided for rucksacks. The hostel is not far from many major tourist sites in San Telmo, historic squares and museums. You can also find some of the best tango shows in the city not far away from this charming hostel. If you are looking for a budget stay for backpackers who like to party, this is the place to go!.
Average price: $20
Address:  Piedras 680, San Telmo, Buenos Aires
Sandanzas Cultural Hostel
This is one of the smallest hostels in San Telmo with only28 beds, but despite it being smaller, it is by far one of the best rated hostels in the area. It lives up to its cultural name by offering talks on Argentine culture, musical performances, lectures on Argentinean history and much more. The hostel is ideal for those travelling alone, couples, or small groups who are looking for an exciting cultural experience in Buenos Aires. Sandanzas offers free internet and WiFi, television and DVD player, laundry services, and free bicycles.
Average price: $11
Address:  Balcarce 1351, San Telmo, Buenos Aires

Hotel Lion D’Or

Description: This hotel carries more character over comfort, occupying an old converted mansion built in 1820. If you opt for one of the cheaper rooms you receive a nondescript but acceptable place to sleep. However, if you want something with more character, it is wise to pick something that is a bit pricier. Some of these rooms are furnished with mirrored doors, sky-high ceilings, giant balcony doors and marble fireplaces. The Lion D’Or is all about heritage with lovely arched ceilings, ornate decorations and antique trimmings.
Average price: $17 per night
Address: Pacheco de Melo 2019, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

El Sol Hostel

Description: Located in downtown Recoleta, this hostel is the perfect location for backpackers who are looking for a bit of independence and tranquillity in a safe yet central setting. The hostel is situated in one of the safest neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires filled with both charm and style even though it is still undergoing renovations. The rooms are large and accommodating with high ceilings, but in order to keep the prices down, the hostel does lack certain amenities. Not a problem though as it is located just a few blocks away from everything that you may need. Wireless Internet is available, as well as luggage storage, a kitchen, and a common room. It is perfect for travellers looking for somewhere to stay and have fun while they explore the beauty of Buenos Aires.
Average price: $15 per night
Address: Marcelo T. de Alvear 1590, Piso 2, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Hostel Casa Esmerelda

Description: This hostel is cheap, friendly, and perfect for travellers looking for excitement. Located right in the middle of the Palermo Hollywood bar strip, and not far from Palermo Viejo, this place is great for those who want to enjoy the hippest neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. The hostel itself consists of two dormitory rooms and three private rooms. There is a common room with couches, a PlayStation, a cd player and a mountain of cds for guests to enjoy. Do not forget to check out the rooftop terrace and a large back garden with hammocks to relax in. The excellent location and friendly staff make Casa Esmerelda a terrific destination for those looking for a cheap, but quality stay in Buenos Aires.
Prices range from $11 per night for a dorm, to $35 for an ensuite double room, including breakfast.
Address: Honduras 5765, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires

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

Che Lulu Guest House

Description: The Che Lulu Guest House is a stylish hotspot for those looking for something trendy though still being able to stick to a budget. Each bedroom is decorated by a different local designer, but some are somewhat miniature. The house is located in stylish Palermo Viejo and not far from local amenities. Creaky wooden stairs lined with lit candles lead up to the rooms on the second floor. One room called ‘Chiqui’ has a twin bed and a bath, while ‘Victoria’ is dominated by an impressive glass chandelier and wall hangings. The owner Rodrigo is a very charismatic individual and is an old hand at travelling. For this reason, he is always available to give out friendly travel advice and inside info on what to see whilst in Buenos Aires. The price of your stay also includes free internet.
Prices range from $40 a night for a single room and $20 for a dorm, to $65 for the best rooms.
Address: Emilio Zola 5185, Palermo Viejo, Buenos Aires

Caserón Porteño

Description: This family friendly hotel is located in a converted house containing 10 bedrooms, a large garden to relax in, and a dance studio. The owners are two tango dancers (hence the dance studio) with free tango lessons included in the cost of your stay along with a lovely breakfast as well. The hotel itself is situated at walking distance from Palermo Hollywood, Palermo Viejo and Las Cañitas, some of the hippest neighbourhoods in the area.
Prices range from $36 per night for a single room to $72 for a suite deluxe double room.
Address: Ciudad de la Paz 344, Buenos Aires

BoBo Hotel and Restaurant

Description: The BoBo Hotel and Restaurant is situated in the Palermo Soho district of Buenos Aires, consisting of a large 1920’s mansion. The name of the hotel hails from the words of a book by journalist David Brooks ‘Bobos in Paradise’, a book about the emerging class of “bourgeois bohemians”. The BoBo is a hipster hangout and a classy hotel, as well as a restaurant with a special Argentine-Mediterranean-Asian menu. The seven airy bedrooms have different styles ranging from minimalist to Art Deco. If you want to go all out, check out the “Argentinean” which is a top-floor suite with a sky lit Jacuzzi. Most of the bedrooms have their own private balcony which makes this hotel a perfect place to relax and get away.
Prices average $135, with breakfast included
Address: 4882 Guatemala, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires

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