Our Buenos Aires hotels give you swift access to the centre of this beautiful city and Argentina’s proud capital. Located on the banks of the river Plata, Buenos Aires is sometimes referred to as South America’s most European city and is renowned for its business and cultural opportunities. There is an exceptionally vibrant cultural life based around a large number of museums, theaters, galleries and even street art – not to mention that the city is also the home of the Tango. Whether you are here for business or leisure, our carefully selected range of top quality luxury hotels in Buenos Aires will help you to get the very best out of your stay.
The Claridge hotel is a prestigious Buenos Aires hotel. Ideally located for commercial and leisure activities, it provides the ultimate in luxury accommodation. It has a swimming pool, health club and spa and a top-class restaurant.
With its mixture of comfortable and stylish rooms, plentiful amenities and a central location directly across from major monuments, the Panamericano Buenos Aires is an excellent alternative for travellers seeking luxury accommodation in the city.
Combining historical experience with modern convenience, the Savoy Hotel Buenos Aires is the embodiment of elegance and comfort. Close to the city's cultural heart, the hotel features stylish rooms, a renowned restaurant and a luxurious spa.
Hotel Madero is an outstanding Buenos Aires Hotel, located in the beating heart of the Puerto Madero district, with chic design, award-winning cuisine, as well as fantastic links to the city's cultural and financial centre.
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Luxury Hotels in Buenos Aires
From your Buenos Aires boutique hotel you will be ideally positioned to explore. First settled by the Spanish in the earlier 16th century, Buenos Aires quickly grew as a result of trade. The city became wealthy and over the centuries, some of that wealth was invested in providing a vast range of leisure opportunities for locals and visitors alike. You may wish to visit sights such as MALBA (a famous art museum), the Bas
Attractions in Buenos Aires
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La Plata City Tour From Buenos Aires
Travel out of Buenos Aires to explore the elegant belle époque buildings and leafy parks o