Planning to visit Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, for spending your vacations and looking for affordable places to stay? Buenos Aires has plenty of hotels for budget conscious tourists who want to stay in style, save good amount and simultaneously enjoy the rocking nightlife that this city has to offer.
If you are hunting around for great hotels for your stay, then be assured that there are many available where you can get some really good deals. The most popular areas where tourists prefer staying at are Palermo and San Telmo. Here hotels are though somewhat costly. Staying a few blocks away from these areas and choosing to stay in B&Bs will help you save significantly and also give a barrio or neighborhood feel as well.
Here are some of the best budgeted hotels in Buenos Aires where you can think of staying. These include Pop Hotel, Ada & Valentyn, Lola House, Abode, Casa los Angelitos, Petit Hotel El Vitraux, Livian Guesthouse, Luba Tango House, Teresita B&B, and San Telmo Loft.
The Pop Hotel is situated in Buenos Aires’ emerging neighborhood Villa Crespo. It is the city’s ‘first budget boutique hotel’ and is based on the pop art theme as its name suggests. The hotel comprises of 44 rooms, and is urban, fresh and clean. The ‘pop’ logo brand can be seen everywhere in the hotel from soaps to hangers. The hotel also offers amenities such as a security safe and an iPod dock. The hotel doesn’t serve breakfast. For this you need to take a breakfast voucher from the hotel to a nearby café down the road. The Villa Crespo area where the Pop Hotel is located has some restaurants and hi cafes.
British-run Abode, a Bed and Breakfast stay, can be considered for your stay if you don’t want to spend a huge amount, but want to stay in the heart of Palermo Soho, where most of the pricey bars, restaurants and boutique hotels are located. The home-like feel while staying here seems as though you are staying at your own apartment. You can have chit chat with the hosts David and Zoe while being served breakfast on the upstairs terrace.
The Ada & Valentyn is situated in Monserrat near San Telmo. It is a new entrant to the B&B scene. As you enter this hotel it gives a feeling that you are in Buenos Aires of yesteryear. The hotel is housed in a century-old apartment block. As you pull the cage door on old-fashioned lift, you are taken down the memory lane. The owner of this B&B has taken extra care to restore its vintage furniture. The hotel is quite clean, with polished wooden floors and high ceilings. The building is quiet unlike the bustling ones you will find near Plaza de Mayo, the site of daily public protests. The owners of this hotel Ada and Valentyn are tango fanatics. The guests staying at the hotel have really good times in the midst of the tango-loving owners.
These are only few of the budget hotels in Buenos Aires given for your reference. You can explore others on your own and get good deals for your stay.