Hotels in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Best neighborhoods to book a hotel in Buenos Aires

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$17 - $192

CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN BUENOS AIRESConstitución77% cheaperHotels in Constitución are the cheapest in Buenos Aires at just $17 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN BUENOS AIRESPuerto Madero62% more expensivePuerto Madero has the highest priced hotels in Buenos Aires with rooms averaging $192 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN BUENOS AIRESSan Nicolás59% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in San Nicolás than any other neighborhood in Buenos Aires

Things to do in Buenos Aires

Hotels in popular neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

Below are the most popular neighborhoods in Buenos Aires to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Buenos Aires

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Low SeasonMaycheapest month to stay
High SeasonMarchmost expensive time to stay
33%expected price decrease
47%expected price increase


$58 - $161

Highest day of weekFridayis the most expensive day of the week to book
Cheapest day of weekSaturdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
$101is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
$58is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
Cheapest time to bookThe cheapest time to book hotels in Buenos Aires is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 54 days before.

1-2 star

$16 - $24

3 star

$50 - $60

4-5 star

$93 - $107

Buenos Aires travel tips

One of the most convenient and affordable transport options in Buenos Aires is the subway, or "subte." You can purchase a ticket for less than a dollar and there are lines all over the city. You can also pick up a free map at all subte stations, making getting around a breeze. However, if you want to be close to the major sites and attractions as well as great restaurants and coffee shops, we recommend staying in the Recoleta neighborhood. Recoleta is situated between Centro, where you’ll find most of the city’s famous landmarks, like the Casa Rosado and Plaza de Mayo, as well as 9 de Julio, which is the world’s widest avenue, and Palermo, where you’ll find a variety of great restaurants and nightlife. Hotels in Recoleta can be pricey, so for budget travelers who are looking to find cheap hotels in Buenos Aires, staying in Centro might be a better bet. And, the other neighborhoods are just a subte ride away from this central location.

How much does a hotel in Buenos Aires cost per night?

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4-star hotels

Cheapest $35

Average $74

Most expensive $333

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Where to stay in Buenos Aires

What neighborhood in Buenos Aires should I stay in based on why I’m traveling

If you are looking for Buenos Aires hotels that are close to the nightlife of the city, we recommend staying in Palermo, with its large selection of bars, restaurants and clubs you’ll never be short of places to go or things to do. L’Hotel Palermo is a great option as it also has a swimming pool, so you can cool down on those long hot Buenos Aires days. If you want to explore the more artsy, creative side of the city, then we recommend staying in hotels in Buenos Aires in the San Telmo neighborhood. San Telmo is home to the Feria de San Telmo market, where you can find some great arts and crafts, all hand-made by independent artists. Check out Paseo de la Historieta, or Comic Strip Walk, which is a sculpture trail of graphic humor. If you're looking for cheap hotels in Buenos Aires, there are really affordable hotel options in San Telmo, including Hotel Patios de San Telmo, or homey Lina’s Tango Guesthouse. Both neighborhoods are on the subte transport line.

Learn about attractions and sights in Buenos Aires

Some of the most famous sites of the city are situated in the Centro area, including the iconic 19th century Plaza de Mayo, the Casa Rosada, which is the governmental palace of Argentina and houses a museum and offers walking tours. Recoleta Cemetery, located in the Recoleta neighborhood, is another very surprising and popular attraction in the city. Don’t be put off that it’s a cemetery -- this distinctive cemetery is the home to 6,400 statues and numerous 20th-century mausoleums, which house the remains of some famous Argentines, including Evita Perron.  All these attractions can be reached via the subte.

Although also home to the Recoleta Cemetery, La Recoleta additionally has a two-block strip of restaurants, cafes and bars. Try some great local craft beers at Buller or 1516 Cerveceria, or, if you’re feeling hungry, we recommend trying Pony Line – they have great burgers. Afterward, you can head to the Palermo neighborhood, where the party is really happening. Cantavespri Wines and Vinyls have a great atmosphere where you can dance the night away, or QVIVI MUSIC BAR is more laid-back but just as festive. You can also get a great Argentinian steak at QVIVI. Both La Recoleta and Palermo neighborhoods can be reached by subte. La Recoleta is on Line Hof of the subte line, while Palermo is on Line D of the subte line.

If you’re a music lover, Lollapalooza Argentina is not to be missed. The annual festival is known for featuring some great headline acts. In the past, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lana Del Rey have performed at the festival. Lollapalooza Argentina is a three-day festival held in March at the Hipódrome de San Isidro, which is located just outside of the city. To get to the festival, take the train to Acassuso. The train station is a ten-minute walk from the festival venue. Film buffs won’t want to miss the BAFICI International Film Festival, held in April each year. The festival is held in various venues around the city, all within access to the subte transportation line.

Information about staying in Buenos Aires

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When visiting Buenos Aires the average booking length is 3 nights.

The cost of a hotel room in Buenos Aires will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around $88 per night.

Hotels in Buenos Aires are usually cheapest during the month of May, you can expect a price decrease of around 33% during this period.

Hotel rooms in Buenos Aires are generally cheapest on Friday and more costly on Thursday.

On average, a hostel in Buenos Aires will be priced around $74. This price will be per person, per night and was obtained using hostel and 2 star or below hotels. In comparison, this will be $14 lower than your typical Buenos Aires hotel.

Popular neighbourhoods to stay in Buenos Aires are Recoleta, Retiro, Núñez and San Nicolás.

With an average temperature of 51.8 °F and expected precipitation of 2″, June is a great month to explore the outdoors near Buenos Aires.

Yes, Buenos Aires does have vacation rentals. Of the 79 vacation rentals in Buenos Aires, Palermo Apartments is the most popular among our users. Find vacation rentals in Buenos Aires.

Yes, Buenos Aires hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Play Hostel Soho is the most popular out of the 83 hostels in Buenos Aires. Search for deals on hostels in Buenos Aires.

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Hotel Internacional

Bernardo De Irigoyen 552, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

Bens - Recoleta Park

Bens - Recoleta Park

Libertad 1283, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

Palladio Hotel Buenos Aires - MGallery

Palladio Hotel Buenos Aires - MGallery

Avenida Callao 924, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

Reino Del Plata

Reino Del Plata

Hipolito Yrigoyen 647, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

Play Hostel Soho

Play Hostel Soho

Guatemala 4636, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

NH Buenos Aires Florida

NH Buenos Aires Florida

San Martin 839, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina

Intercontinental Buenos Aires

Intercontinental Buenos Aires

Moreno 809, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina


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24 de Noviembre 191, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina


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