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Buenos Aires hotels

The Buenos Aires hotel scene—from bijou boutique properties and revamped classics to towering altars and urban design—has a well-earned reputation for being edgy, chic, and affordable. Style-conscious boutique hotels have sprouted around the cobbled streets of the food-and-fashion quarter of Palermo Viejo. Rack rates have edged upwards in recent years, but for under $200 it's still possible to find a double room in a casa chorizo, one of Buenos Aires' distinctive one-story townhouses, decorated in 19th-century style with aged pinotea wood floors and jasmine-filled gardens.

Worth exploring, too, is San Telmo, a somewhat grittier area whose antique stores, no-frills parrilla steakhouses, and darkly attractive bars draw many foreign visitors. Far-sighted hoteliers have turned some of the neighborhood's once-grandiose mansions into award-winning design hotels.

Heads of state and business travelers should look to the opulence of leafy Recoleta, where the city's most august hotels ride Argentina's roller-coaster fortunes with sublime indifference. Puerto Madero, the city's renovated docklands, offers a scattering of glitzier palaces to contemporary design, while chain hotels are largely found in traffic-filled Microcentro, a stone's throw from the Casa Rosada and Plaza de Mayo.

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Bobo Hotel, Buenos Aires

Bourgeois and bohemian, rebel and conservative.…The various slogans of this chic little oasis are improbably taken from a book by the American political...more

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Art Hotel, Buenos Aires

When you step into the Art Hotel—located where the tony barrios of Recoleta and Barrio Norte intersect—you might feel as if you've wandered into an...more

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Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires

At the Alvear Palace—widely considered the top hotel in South America—it's still possible to feel as rich, as they used to say, as an Argentine. The...more

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Algodon Mansion, Buenos Aires

Housed in a 1912 French classical villa in the capital's embassy-studded Recoleta district, this ten-room property underwent a three-year renovation. The result...more

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