Accomodation in Buenos Aires

14-10-2019
by GuidesFinder Team

The first thing you will look for is where to stay. As an expert tour guide I have been picking up people at most of the famous hotels. I work private or small group tours so I have been in all the 4 and 5 stars hotels and hotels boutique. I highly recommend to stay at those areas: Palermo; Recoleta; Puerto Madero; Retiro; Downtown; San Telmo.

Of course all depend on your budget and your age and style. Just in 2 lines:

Palermo: is far from the touristic points but has a lovely enviroment full of local designers, street art and nigthlife

Recoleta: is a very elegant place and close to everything.

Puerto Madero: very nice place also is close to the port and downtown. Lot of restaurants around

Retiro: Same as Recoleta. Elegant. May be not so close to go for dinner at night by walking as it is little dark sometimes but is a very good option!

San Telmo. Is not my favourite . Why? is a mixture of bohemian and historical streets but at night or early sundays can be little dangerous for my point of view

Downtown . As all big cities is full of thins during the day. Close to the leather shops, shopping mall, and crowded. But at night that is totally different.

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