Destinations in Argentina

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Argentina

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.4, 271 reviews)
Just 1 block from upscale Santa Fe Avenue, Casa Calma Hotel offers chic décor and rooms with two-place spa baths. WiFi access is free. In-room massag ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.4, 698 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Conveniently located in the Palermo Hollywood district of Buenos Aires, Ilum Experience Home offers contemporary ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.4, 250 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Located in the center of Palermo Hollywood, Fierro Hotel Boutique offers modern and spacious rooms with free WiFi ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.4, 586 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Located in the Retiro district in Buenos Aires, 0.6 mi from Colon Theater, Carles Hotel features a sun terrace an ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.3, 569 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.The Alvear Palace is a 5-star hotel located in the stylish neighborhood of La Recoleta, surrounded by restaurants ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.2, 171 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Boasting bohemian chic décor, Magnolia offers rooms with city views and free Wi-Fi just 3 blocks from Armenia Pa ...

— Buenos Aires, Argentina

(Rated 9.2, 238 reviews)
One of our top picks in Buenos Aires.Only 3 blocks from Serrano Square and the artisans fair, The Glu Boutique Hotel is set in Palermo Soho, nearby tr ...

Argentina - The Land Of Silver

If you’re a lover of the arts, fine dining, football and breathtaking scenery, you’ll feel right at home in Argentina. On the one hand, you have the picturesque natural wonders. Like the mind blowing Iguazu Falls, a gigantic cluster of waterfalls stretching on as far as the eye can see. Or the towering Perito Moreno Glacier, an imposing wall of ice that looks like something straight out of “Game Of Thrones.” On the other hand, you have a bustling city teeming with excitement and rich culture. With the national capital Buenos Aires being likened to Paris and Rome for its architectural flair and vibrant nightlife. Also, be prepared to become an honorary Argentina fan during football season. The beautiful game is Argentina's national sport and played by around 90% of the population. Which speaks to the passion and dedication of the Argentine people.

Travel Argentina

See The Neverending Iguazú Falls

Pictures don’t do these incredible waterfalls justice. The sheer size and scale of this natural wonder has to be seen to be believed. The largest waterfall system in the world, The Iguazú Falls lie in between Misiones, and the Brazilian state of Paraná. They can be easily accessed from either side of the Argentine and Brazilian borders. When visiting the falls most people choose to stay in the city of Puerto Iguazú.

Explore The Vibrant City Of Buenos Aires

Known as one of the busiest cities in the world, Buenos Aires still manages to maintain a sense of elegance and excitement. The capital city is where all the magic happens. At its center is the Plaza de Mayo, where the streets are lined with grand 19th century architecture. Including the world famous presidential palace - The Casa Rosada. Other places to check out include the Teatro Colón - the opera house seating nearly 2,500 people, and the MALBA museum - home to some of the finest Latin American art you’ll find anywhere in the world.

Try Your Hand At The Tango

Don’t be shy now. The tango might be Argentina’s greatest gift to the outside world. With the sultry dance originating in the lower class districts of Buenos Aires and Montevideo. For a full cultural experience, head along to the bandstand at the Barrancas de Belgrano park in Buenos Aires. Here you’ll tango the night away as part of the famous Milonga La Glorieta (tango lessons are also offered throughout Argentina).

Tips and Travel Information for Argentina


The currency of Argentina is the Peso (₱). Exchange centers can be found at airports, banks, and bureaux de changes (cambios). Try not to rely on credit or debit cards alone. In some cases you may find you need to use cash, so a combination of cash and cards is usually best.

Getting Around in Argentina

Common forms of transport in Argentina include the subway, buses and taxis. With buses being how most Argentine locals get around. Vehicles are also available to rent, just make sure to book well in advance.

Best Time To Visit

This will largely be down to the individual and the purpose of your trip. However, springtime in Argentina (October to mid December) is a recommended time to visit. During this season, you're more likely to avoid peak season prices and large crowds.

Find Boutique Hotels In Argentina

For a stay just as elegant as your surroundings, check out our selection of boutique hotels located in beautiful Argentina. Find The Perfect Boutique Hotel For Your Trip here!