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Most popular areas in Buenos Aires for 5-star Hotels

The Microcentro is Buenos Aires’ vibrant downtown, and a perfect spot from which to explore the city. Here, you’ll find architecturally splendid public buildings, sprawling museums, atmospheric bars, and conveniently located 5-star accommodation. San Telmo is a riotously colorful, beguilingly bohemian district, where you’ll find bustling markets, heaving tango clubs, and upmarket boutique hotels. Recoleta is among the city’s most alluringly upmarket neighborhoods, dotted with magnificent European-style mansions, irresistible designer label boutiques, and some of the city’s most palatial hotels.

Top 5-star hotels in Buenos Aires

The Melia Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center is a luxurious urban oasis, with stylish and spacious guestrooms, a state-of-the-art, 24-hour business center, and a decadent full-service spa. The Alvear Art Hotel is a jaw-dropping destination hotel, with a palatial marble lobby, shimmering indoor pool, bubbling spa tubs, and a gourmet restaurant serving an eclectic array of international cuisine. The Regal Pacific Buenos Aires boasts a sleek fitness center, 24-hour room service, and a lavish breakfast buffet to tempt you out of bed each morning.

Where to find the best restaurants in Buenos Aires

Palermo is home to some of the city’s hippest upscale restaurants, including incredible gourmet takes on the traditional parrilla, or steakhouse. Feast on succulent slabs of grass-fed beef, served with colorful chimichurri sauce, and washed down with full-bodied local red wine. Puerto Madero is another fine dining hotspot, where you can indulge in everything from homemade fresh pasta to innovative Asian fusion cuisine, all with unbeatable harbor views. Recoleta is scattered with exclusive eateries, from chic French brasseries to Spanish-inspired seafood restaurants.

The most popular things to do in Buenos Aires

A night at the Teatro Colón is, for many, the ultimate Buenos Aires cultural venue. Widely considered one of the world’s finest opera houses, its acoustics need to be experienced in person to be believed. If performing arts aren’t your thing, you can take a guided tour and simply marvel at its impossibly lavish interior. Housed in a dazzlingly modern building, MALBA is the city’s leading museum of Latin American art, with an ever-expanding collection of ground-breaking modern art works. If you’re visiting between September and November, be sure to join the city’s elite at the magnificent Campo Argentino del Polo for a spectacular polo tournament. And for the quintessential Buenos Aires night out, spend some time exploring the tango scene, enjoying dazzling dance performances as you sip champagne and colorful cocktails.

Best ways to get around Buenos Aires

However you like to travel, getting around Buenos Aires is a breeze. You can hop between most of the city’s major attractions using the Subte underground train network. Just bear in mind that you’ll need to buy a pre-paid SUBE card to ride, and that trains can get very crowded during morning and evening rush hours. Thanks to an easy-to-navigate grid system, exploring the city center by foot is also a viable option. If you’re traveling further afield, there are extensive bus and commuter train networks, and taxis are readily available and relatively inexpensive.

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