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Most popular areas in Buenos Aires for 4-star hotels

You’ll find an appealing range of 4-star hotels in Microcentro, Buenos Aires’ bustling downtown district. Consider staying here for awesome architecture, buzzing bars, and unbeatable transport links. Recoleta is a deservedly popular alternative, renowned for its splendid Parisian-style mansions, blockbuster museums, treasure-filled book shops, and alluring designer boutiques. Palermo is where you’ll find hip boutique hotels, scattered amidst an incredible array of chic cocktail bars, cozy cafés, cutting-edge galleries, and must-visit restaurants.

Top 4-star hotels in Buenos Aires

The Loi Suites Recoleta Hotel offers an enviable central location, stylish modern decor, and state-of-the-art facilities like a gleaming fitness center and a shimmering indoor pool. The Pestana Buenos Aires Hotel boasts a decadent full-service spa, complete with bubbling hot tubs, rejuvenating saunas, and luxurious treatment rooms. You can also take advantage of handy amenities like airport shuttles and 24-hour room service. The Savoy Hotel is a downtown gem, with a stylish restaurant and bar, and spacious guestrooms where you can expect to find home comforts like a flat-screen TV and free designer toiletries.

Where to find the best restaurants in Buenos Aires

As Buenos Aires’ tourist heartland, Microcentro is the city’s most diverse dining destination. Here, you can feast on everything from Japanese ramen to juicy American hamburgers, with something to suit every budget. Palermo’s home to some of the finest traditional steakhouses, where you can enjoy the choicest cuts of Argentine beef, expertly grilled to your liking, served with freshly made chimichurri sauce. Puerto Madero is where to head for a meal with a view – take your pick from an alluring host of waterfront restaurants, from traditional Italian trattorias to sleek sushi joints.

The most popular things to do in Buenos Aires

The Cementerio de la Recoleta is among the city’s most architecturally astonishing sights. Enter through its imposing Neo-Classical gates, and you’ll be confronted with one of the world’s most spectacular cemeteries, packed with ornate marble mausoleums and exquisite statues. If you’re visiting during soccer season, be sure to check out one of Buenos Aires’ 5 major teams in action – the passion and excitement of the fans is truly contagious. La Bombonera, home of the Boca Juniors, is the city’s most iconic and atmospheric stadium. Outdoor markets offer an unrivalled opportunity to observe local life in all its vibrancy. Head to La Recoleta market on weekends for an amazing array of artisan jewelry and homeware, or San Telmo market for heavenly street food and an intoxicating, old-school vibe.

Best ways to get around Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires boasts an extensive, efficient, and inexpensive public transport. Before you begin exploring, pick up a pre-paid SUBE card, which you can use on any bus, underground, or commuter train. The city’s metro system, known as the Subte, is a great way to hop between major attractions, although trains can get crowded during rush hour. If you need to travel beyond the city center, buses and overground trains can take you anywhere you might want to go.

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