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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. 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 …

Best of: Bed & Breakfast in Buenos Aires

While the city is filled with amazing places to stay — from private apartment rentals to big name hotels — there are some seriously charming bed and breakfasts in Buenos Aires. From downtown chic to a countryside getaway in the surrounding towns, we’ve made a list of some of the most beautiful B&Bs where you have to make your next reservation. Ada & Valentyn Located in the historical center of Buenos Aires between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, this little B&B is run by a Dutch-Argentine couple looking to make any visitor’s stay comfortable and homey. This little neighborhood is the perfect place to wander on a sunny afternoon, popping in and out of shops, cafés, and restaurants. With old stone streets and a mixture of architectural wonders, it’s the perfect little spot to call home while visiting Buenos Aires. Posada Gotan Bed & Breakfast In a more traditional, working-class neighborhood of Boedo – you’ll find a cozy home away from home while visiting Buenos Aires. The owners have sensational reviews regarding their hospitality …

City Guide: Buenos Aires + Tango Vibes

While Buenos Aires is more than just tango and grilled meat, we still love to embrace what makes a culture so unique when taking a break from our routine lives. And if you don’t have quite the regular 9-5, it’s still a wonderful escape when traveling to a new country to dive into the culture and see what makes them, well . . . them.  After searching through various travel blogs, magazines, review sites, and personal experiences – I’ve compiled a list of some favorite places to check out while in this Argentine city. But first, the most beautifully written description of the long-standing tradition comes from Four Seasons Magazine: “It developed in the city’s bars and brothels, practised by immigrants from southern Europe who in the 50 years from 1860 turned a compact city of 90,000 into a teeming metropolis of more than 1 million. Without a common language, the newcomers invented their own—Lunfardo, an impenetrable dialect infused with the oaths and supplications of a hundred mother tongues. Squatting 10 to a room in …