Sleep for Less with 10 Great Budget Hotels in Buenos Aires



Hands down, travel is a wonderful experience unlike any other. While there are many expenses involved in traveling, airfare and lodging tend to take the biggest bite. Luckily, Buenos Aires is a city built for many types of budgets. There are certainly a lot of beautiful, fancy luxury hotels, but there are also many economical and mid-range accommodation options as well where you can sleep safely and soundly without breaking the bank or ruining your budget.

Inexpensive, however, is not necessarily synonymous with short on amenities or fun. Breakfast is often included, which is convenient and can save you some money. Also, some of the hotels still have features like pools, which are great for enjoying a southern hemisphere summer in Buenos Aires.

Try the charming small hotel Boho Rooms in Palermo Soho, the modern Pop Hotel in Villa Crespo decorated with plenty of bright colors, the funky and friendly Circus Hostel & Hotel in San Telmo, the eminently eco-friendly Eco Pampa Hostel in Palermo, the downtown basic Hotel Siena Buenos Aires or the beautiful mid-range favorite Own Palermo Hotel. Otherwise, read on for other tips on great budget hotels in Buenos Aires. You are bound to find the right hotel for your personality and budget. 


If you are looking for a good place to sleep in downtown Buenos Aires without spending a lot of money, Hotel Siena Buenos Aires delivers. The rooms are basic but clean and have heating, air conditioning and cable TV. Depending on the room...  Read More


Located next to the Plaza de Mayo and the Presidential Palace (Casa Rosada), Hotel Turista is a low-priced option for accommodation in Buenos Aires. The rooms are not fancy, but they have everything you need for a good stay in the Argentine...  Read More


Located on Cordoba Avenue in Buenos Aires' Barrio Norte, Luco B&B is a reasonably-priced hotel option. It is within walking distance of Buenos Aires' favorite bookshop, El Ateneo Grand Splendid, and the Sante Fe shopping corridor. The single,...  Read More


If you want to stay in downtown Buenos Aires, the Hotel Milan Buenos Aires is a reasonably-priced choice near the Carlos Pellegrini subway station. A full continental breakfast is available from 7:30 to 10:30 am every day. All single and double...  Read More


Located in the neighborhood of Palermo, Eco Pampa Hostel is all about the environment. You can see it in the green paint of the hotel's exterior, the choice of furniture, their emphasis on the responsible use of resources, their reusing and...  Read More


True to its name, Pop Hotel is a homage to pop art with its loud, bright colors and modern atmosphere. Even more modern though is the hotel's mantra of being a budget boutique hotel, combining the low-cost movement with things you usually only...  Read More


Rendez-Vous is an attractively decorated boutique hotel set in a French-style building from 1904. The hotel's current decoration is modern and smart, with bold accents, and the color schemes vary from room to room. (I'm not sure if it will...  Read More


Located in the neighborhood of San Telmo, Circus Hostel & Hotel is funky and reasonably priced. Rooms are simple but clean and modern, and the common areas are great for hanging out and meeting people. The hotel has billiards and a TV room,...  Read More


Located in Palermo Soho, Boho Rooms is a great choice for budget accommodation in Buenos Aires. The hotel is clean and comfortable, and a stone's throw away from some good restaurants and bars. As you will notice at once, the hotel's decor is...  Read More


Located in Palermo Hollywood, Own Palermo Hollywood is a reasonably-priced mid-range boutique hotel with plenty of comfort and style. The sixteen bright, spacious and beautifully decorated rooms have Wi-Fi as well as a mini wine bar, bathrobes,...  Read More


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Meet Sarah Rogers

Born and raised in northern California, Sarah grew up to become an expat, traveler and wordsmith. She spent seven years in Madrid, Spain and now calls Buenos Aires, Argentina home. She has had...  More About Sarah

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