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Best of Luxury in Buenos Aires

If you’re looking for luxury on your next holiday to Buenos Aires, be sure to check out these gorgeous hotels in cultural hub of Argentina. Boasting spa treatments, top-notch restaurants, and not to miss roof top terraces – this collection of Luxury Hotels will leave you wanting to book a night at each place.

Buenos Aires

Mansion Vitraux Boutique Hotel

In the heart of the historical district of San Telmo, this beautiful hotel has 12 uniquely designed rooms to choose from, a rooftop sun deck, and complimentary wi-fi. The Mansion Vitraux Boutique Hotel is great for visitors looking to stay fit with a sauna and cardio gym for guest use as well as an indoor heated pool and outdoor heated pool with upstream swimming and Jacuzzi. Let the staff help you with all your hotel needs 24 hours a day. This small boutique hotel is fantastically located and an even better way to relax after a day in the city. Prices run around $75 USD per night.

Be Trimos Hotel

The simple design of Be Trimos Hotel makes it appearance chic and bright. Ideally located to many points of interest in Buenos Aires such as Plaza de Mayo, Palmero SoHo, and Torre de los Igleses, the Be Trimos Hotel is perfect for the business trip to luxury stay. Guests can use complimentary wi-fi in room and public spaces as well as take advantage of the spacious business center. For guests looking to relax, Be Trimos Hotel has an indoor and outdoor pool along with spa and gym. Rooms run about $75 USD per night.

Palermo Place

Located in the heart of Palmero Hollywood, one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, Palmero Place is just a minutes walk from various attractions in the city. Gorgeous parks, high-end shopping, delicious restaurants, museums, and a lively nightlife are just some of the reasons why Palmero Place is the place to stay. The friendly staff will help guests with recommendations and reservations from restaurants to entertainment. Guests can fully enjoy the hotel spa and tours to make their stay in Argentina.

Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel

In the very center of Buenos Aires, Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel mixes luxury with affordable prices. With four star reviews, the amenities are top-notch with 24 hour room service, a lobby bar, laundry and dry cleaning service as well as many other convenient services. Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel has a newly renovated Health Club along with a fully equipped spa including a dry and wet sauna, Scottish shower, jacuzzi, gym and full pool. Open from 6:30 am to midnight, their Restaurant il Moro specializes in the best Argentine meats and international dishes. Guests can also fully experience the Argentine culture at El Tango Bar toasting to traditional tunes and exquisite drinks. Rooms cost around $90 USD per night.

Ilum Experience Home

Ilium Experience Home hotel is the essence of luxury. Colorful accents from the entry way to the bedrooms will leave you smiling for no other reason than that they make you feel happy. At Hotel Ilum all the rooms are designed to promote well-being and an overall sense of calm. Spacious and modern, some rooms have a private balcony or terrace allowing light to flow into the rooms creating a comfortable yet luxurious experience. The Ilum Experience Home also believes that breakfast is the most important way to start your day. Offering a free variety of fruits, cereals, pastries, juices, teas, and coffees, there’s a little something for everybody. Prices run above $1,000 USD a night.

Sometimes travel requires a little extra rest and relaxation, so it’s our pleasure to round-up the best luxury hotels in Buenos Aires for your convenience. When visiting the Argentine city, be sure to check out my advice on all you need to know about flights to Buenos Aires and arriving at the Ezeiza International Airport!


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