Dreaming Uriarte is a budget-friendly choice that is set 5 minutes' walk from Maria Felix. Art Factory San Telmo is a good, reasonably priced option situated 800 meters from the city center with a room rate from 10£. Marbella is a budget choice that is a 30-minute walk from Recoleta Cemetery. If you looking for a budget-friendly hotel near Once Railway train station, consider staying at Alma Del Plata Buenos Aires Hotel.
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Hotels near Plaza de Mayo metro station include Arribo Buenos Aires Hotel Boutique, which offers an outdoor swimming pool, a solarium and a sundeck and less is than a 5-minute walk from the city center.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Two Hotel Buenos Aires will put you within a 10-minute walk of the city center and is located in San Telmo district. Hostel Fiesta is 650 meters from the center and 100 meters from Club Sueco famous for its delicious Swedish food. If you're interested in staying in Buenos Aires City Centre district, consider booking a hotel such as My Ba.
For a hostel near Obelisco de Buenos Aires, consider booking a room at Ba Stop Hostel. Hotels such as Park Tower, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Buenos Aires and El Conquistador Hotel put you near Galerias Pacifico.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Buenos Aires
Upscale hotels situated in Recoleta district include Alvear Art Hotel and Hotel Club Frances. Numerous boutique hotels can be found in San Telmo district, including the 4-star Gurda Tango Boutique and Reino Del Plata. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 4-star Howard Johnson Plaza Florida Street.
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Apart Independencia is an affordable apartment for families located next to Catedral Metropolitana, with room rates from 45£. Arevalo Suites is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 15-minute walk from Monumento a Bernardo O"Higgins. Rochester Concept provides accommodations for business travelers and offers a spa centre and a wellness centre. Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel is a 4-star resort hotel featuring a golf course, a Jacuzzi and a solarium alongside with beautiful views.
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What's Buenos Aires Like?
Exploring the city for the first time after arriving at one of our Buenos Aires lodging, you'll certainly want to check out the historic main square, the Plaza de Mayo, location of the Casa Rosada, the presidential palace. Other landmarks include the Puente Transbordador, the bridge spanning the River Riachuelo; the Obelisco, a soaring monument to Argentina's independence; and the Recoleta Cemetery, where national icon Eva Peron lies buried in style. For shoppers, the city offers everything from air-conditioned malls to the up-market designer stores of Palermo Viejo to the curious little antiques shops of San Telmo. Art lovers should try the Fundación Proa, the city's premier gallery, and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. In the evening, hum along to old cowboy songs in a peña, a club playing gaucho guitar music, or sip a dry Martini in one of the city's many retro-inspired cocktail bars. Staying at one of top Brussels hotels you get a great opportunity to visit all of these wonderful places and even more. Hotelmix.co.uk is happy to help you make the best choice and select the finest Brussels hotel.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Buenos Aires
Native Porteños love to tango, and once you've settled comfortably into one of our Buenos Aires hotels, there's no reason why you shouldn't have a go too, as there are lots of classes for beginners and endless tango events where everyone can join in. However, it's worth noting that tango gatherings have a precise etiquette. Couples stay discreetly to the back when not dancing and tend not to swap partners, while singles crowd at the front, giving each other the "cabecio", the nod. To build up strength between dances, head to your neighbourhood steakhouse, where you can wash down a grilled sirloin with a glass of Malbec, the feisty local red wine. Book now with Hotelmix.co.uk a hotel in Buenos Aires that will be the beginning of a wonderful holiday.