It doesn’t matter the destination or how many days we are going to spend in the place, the choice of the hotel is always very well thought out. Paulo and I give preference to boutique hotels and not chain hotels, because not only do we find the closest service, but usually, every corner of the hotel reserves a surprise.
Since we are on a scheduled trip to Buenos Aires and choosing the hotel was not easy there – as there are plenty of good options – nothing better than sharing our findings in the city with you!
Despite not being in the center, which makes getting around a little difficult, Faena is one of those incredibly different hotels! It is no accident that the project belongs to none other than Philippe Starck, right? The place was built in an old mill, from 1902, and has a bold decor – it even has unicorn heads.
Red is basically in all environments! In addition to the spacious and very extravagant rooms, the hotel has a swimming pool with golden crown-shaped fountain, a spa with sauna, library, two restaurants, a bar and even a cabaret in the basement where tango shows are held. Over there, more is more!
Address: Martha Salotti 445 – San Telmo
Behind a living wall you will find one of the most charming hotels in Buenos Aires. The certified eco-hotel has only 17 rooms and a very clean decor, with wicker chairs, very white and plants. The place can be perfect for those seeking tranquility and tranquility, after all, you can schedule in-room massages and yoga classes.
Want more? All rooms have a whirlpool for two and some even have a balcony and sauna. The place also offers the use of bamboo bicycles, which can be useful since it is very well located and there is no need for a car to reach some of the main tourist spots.
Address: Suipacha 1015 – Retreat
It is always good to find a corner that looks like home on the trip, right? The name of the hotel doesn’t let me lie, after all, Home’s proposal is precisely to create a welcoming environment for those passing through Buenos Aires. This was one of the first boutique hotels installed in Palermo and, although it was once a factory, today the place has a decoration full of natural light and a half-hipster decor.
There are 18 suites and 2 lofts – the latter perfect for those who want a very special stay. In addition to the privileged location in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the city, the hotel also has a spa and a charming restaurant-bar.
Address: Honduras 5860 – Palermo
HOTEL DEL CASCO
This big house built in 1892 is really the ideal place for those who want to relax in the city. Despite being away from the center (30 minutes), the hotel pays off with vintage decor. The central courtyard with a mosaic floor is cute, right? There is also a spa and even a golf course.
The rooms are very spacious, with super comfortable beds and charming retro bathtubs. Aah, despite being away, the place has easy access to Tigre, an incredible little town near Buenos Aires.
Address: Av. Del Libertador 16170 – San Isidro
VAIN BOUTIQUE HOTEL
With only 15 rooms and a restored 1920s façade, this hotel is a true find in Palermo Soho. The common areas are breathtaking, full of cute details, like natural flower arrangements, and a design that mixes vintage with contemporary – that way I love it!
The wooden floors in the rooms already make the environment instantly more welcoming, right? Although they are not big, they are very comfortable.
Address: Thames 2226 – Palermo
Also in Palermo, but this time in the “Soho” part, this is one of those cozy places to stay. The breakfast changes every day, but it is one of the best in the region. In addition, the place has only 20 rooms and some of them (Palermo and Superior) have jacuzzis 😉
All rooms are simple, but receive plenty of natural light, have lots of white, burnt cement floors and a more rustic stone or wood headboard. The common areas are the most beautiful, with plenty of green and natural elements.
Address: Gorriti 4770 – Palermo
This hotel in Recoleta has a spa, sauna and, of course, a super luxurious decoration that is the face of the neighborhood. The hotel has a more classic sophisticated style, different from the alternatives in Palermo, but it is still a great option for those who enjoy a more formal accommodation. Marble, pieces and vintage furniture abound here.
The outdoor area is very comfortable and more casual. In addition, all rooms have a bathtub and the hotel’s restaurant, Tarquino, is highly recommended.
Address: Rodríguez Peña 1967 – Recoleta
Have you ever been to Buenos Aires any further recommendations? I noticed that I’m looking forward to the trip, right? Haha 😉