Argentina Hotels

The wide range of accommodation available in Argentina means there is something to suit everyone. If comfort is what you are looking for then the booming international hotel industry is not your only option. Estancias or fincas (ranches) often provide luxury combined with the opportunity to experience rural Argentine life, with farms chores such as cow-milking, sheep shearing and cattle-marking open to the guests. For the more budget conscious, hostels and camp grounds are plentiful, varying from basic to the more equipped. Hospedajes and residenciales are also cheap options. Self-catering cabañas, found in resort towns, as well as bungalows, mostly on the coast and hillsides of Patagonia, are another option, but price varies according to size and location so check with the tourist office in each province for local information. Timeshare properties are also popular in Argentina. Contact the Argentine Chamber of Timeshare Properties (CATC) for more info.

Often local tourism offices keep a list (with prices) of local lodging with families and camping options. In the winter and other slow periods, look for discounts. If staying longer term (3 days or more), ask about a possible discount.

Argentina Hotels

Argentina hotels come in all shapes and sizes. Designer hotels are more common now, providing an alternative to the standard 5-star chains. Mid-range, posadas or hosterias are a better choice than most hotels at a similar price, which can be dull and lifeless. Posadas tend to offer comfort along with the charm and feel of the real Argentina, while hosterias are generally smaller and perhaps a little more up-scale. Be aware that the term B&B is not necessarily used as it is in English and is more likely to mean a mid- to high-end townhouse-hotel, extravagant but still warm and friendly. Some establishments calling themselves hotels are actually places to rent by the hour, especially near bus stations. Check the Asociacion de Hoteles de Turismo for a list of registered hotels.

Argentina Hostels

If you are counting the pennies then staying at one of many Argentina hostels is generally a safe bet. They are also a good place to meet fellow travelers, swap tips, check your email, maybe do your washing or even relax around the pool and fire-up the BBQ. Be warned that although Argentina hostels tend to be a little more upscale than other hostels throughout South America, accommodations can range in quality. A good practice is to always ask to see your room before committing for the night.

Throughout Argentine, three chains of hostels operate: Hostelling International (www.hihostels.com), minihostels (www.minihostels.com) and Ho.La Hostels (www.holahostels.com). Card-carrying members receive discounts.

Argentina Luxury Hotels and Spas

With stunning backdrops, plush surroundings and original treatments, Argentina luxury hotels have the reputation as being some of the best in the world. Attracting rich, image-conscious Porteños as well as foreigners, you can expect a top-class spa experience for a fraction of what you pay back home. And the advantage of staying in a luxury hotel means that after a relaxing treatment you can retire to your room with minimal disruption to your feeling of well-being. Lay back and be pampered as you look out over the glaciers of Patagonia or listen to the relaxing sound of the Iguazú Falls at the Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa, the only hotel inside the national park. Wine spas in Argentina, such as Patios de Cafayate Hotel and Spa in the Calchaquí Valley, use indigenous traditions to blend local herbs and grapevines (naturally abundant in anti-oxidants) to provide unique treatments.

Argentina Estancias

A great way to experience the real Argentina without necessarily relinquishing any comfort, estancias vary from simple farm-homestays to vast country inns and even opulent spa-style boutique villas. In the majority of estancias guests stay in the casco (farmhouse) and are looked after by the ranch owners. Most are still working farms, the owners supplementing the meager income gained nowadays from farming, so the houses are often centuries-old and family-run.

At Argentina estancias, you can expect full-board, home-cooked meals, a warm fire and bags of history. Staying in an estancia you are able to truly appreciate the serene Argentine landscape, simple country living and you will likely learn something about the gaucho way of life. Many places organize activities, such as cattle-herding, which will help you immerse yourself into local ways, whether you are in the pampas outside Buenos Aires or in the vineyards of Mendoza.

In the north you can find places such as the Estancia Bodega Colomé in Salta, a remote and romantically rustic inn with fresh mountain air, massages and a swimming pool beneath the stars. In the southern lakes of Patagonia, Fort Chacabuco (Tel: 2944-554-148), near Bariloche, offers cozy rooms overlooking its 5000-hectares, fly-fishing and sheep-shearing. Wherever you stay, this type of accommodation offers a truly unique experience. On the web you will find information about individual estancias, which you can contact personally, or you can go through an agency, of which there are many online and in Buenos Aires.

Argentina Ecolodges

Ecolodges, while sometimes appearing quite similar to estancias, differ from the above in their raison d’être. They also offer close-to-nature lodging, ‘cow-boy’ chores for the guests and foster a homey feel, but their main focus is the expansive and diverse flora and fauna Argentina. Ecolodges are a booming industry. The idea is that, through sustainable and responsible tourism, visitors can experience a country and its bio-diversity with minimal impact.

Ecolodges, such as La Alegria in the Gran Chaco, an area of arid sub-tropical forest and grassland to the north of Argentina, typically arrange activities and tours so that you may share an area’s impressive array of plants and animals such as anteaters, howler monkies, pumas, tapirs, yellow anacondas and over 300 species of birds and 100 species of trees. In the Ibera nature reserve, north east of Buenos Aires, the Hosteria �’andereta arranges boat trips on the more than 60 lagoons around which you can spot the giant river otter, the manned wolf, the grassland venison and the marsh deer, four protected species declared Natural Provincial Monuments, as well as caiman alligators. Rooms are typically in private or shared wooden cabins with meals taken in a common area. Standards and prices vary, as well as the lodges’ “green policies,” so it pays to do some research before you go.

  • Hostel Iguazú Falls
    Once upon a time, this rambling Mediterranean-style villa was the Brazilian consulate. Today it is Hostel Iguazú Falls, the most tranquil of the Hostelling International inns in Puerto Iguazú. Just 1.5 blocks from the bus terminal, Hostel Iguazú Falls has roomy dorms with individual lockers. Mos
  • Del Bono Suites
    Del Bono Suites is a modern, seven-story-tall hotel a half-block from San Juan's Plaza 25 de Mayo. This stunning inn offers beautiful mini-apartments with all amenities. The entrance area of each accommodation has a kitchenette complete with microwave, dishes and other necessities to fix simple mea
  • Hotel El Ágora
    When Emilio toured Europe, he got to know youth hostels. When he got back, he and his brother Damián thought it would be cool to open a hostel in Trelew. The brothers looked for months before finding the perfect place. Located just four blocks from the bus terminal and six from downtown, this smal
  • Camping Iberá
    Camping Iberá, Colonia Carlos Pellegrini's municipal campground, is a paradise within the Iberá paradise. Lucky travelers with a tent can choose from the ten sites right on the north shore of Laguna Iberá. Each one has a quincho (picnic shelter), parrilla (barbecue grill) and table
  • Hostería Ñandé Retá
    Hostería Ñandé Retá is a comfortable place to stay while in Pellegrini. The main house is a log and stone chalet with a large common area with fireplace on the first floor and guest rooms on the second. The third story is the perfect place to read or play on rainy days. An adjacent ranch-style
  • Designio 48
    Just six blocks from the bus terminal is Las Grutas' only hostel, Designio 48. On the front of this modern inn is the hostel's mascot: a backpacking seahorse with its fishing pole. In the sunny common room with cathedral ceiling, Antonia greets arriving guests. The downstairs features spacious dorm
  • Adventure Hostel
    Right across from Plaza San Martín is one of the most incredible hostels in Argentina. The sprawling mid-20th century building on manicured grounds was an exclusive hotel; now, it is Adventure Hostel, the ultimate chill pad. The air-conditioned rooms have private baths, and there is a swimming poo
  • Hostel Bienvenida Golondrina
    Just a half-block from the port is Corrientes' first backpacker hostel, Bienvenida Golondrina. It is a tranquil destination for migratory golondrinas (swallows, or backpackers) to rest before continuing their journey to Iguazú or Esteros del Iberá. Its century-old building has been carefully rest
  • Posada de Rosas
    Charming garden with studio apartments and pool.
  • Rio Tarde Casa Patagonia
    Sitting on the shores of the remote Lago Posadas, Rio Tarde is a family-run, newly-built hotel with beautiful views from its tower and terraces. Constructed mainly out of wood, the hotel has double and triple rooms, all with private bathrooms, as well as duplexes for up to five people. There are ho
  • Hotel San Carlos
    With a swimming pool and air conditioning, Hotel San Carlos is a comfortable choice for an Areco hotel. You'll know it from its brick red exterior, grassy lawn, and flowerpots. The rooms are less striking, but adequate, and the apartments are the nicest. All the beds can be fastened together into
  • Hotel Los Abuelos
    Directly across the street from the San Carlos, the brick and white Los Abuelos also features a swimming pool and air conditioning, but is distinctly less friendly. The swimming pool sits on the side of the parking lot, with no surrounding grass. Rooms, however, are very cute and nicely decorated
  • Avenue Hostel
    Buenos Aires is not necessarily a city for the sightseeing obsessed, but if your priority is being in close proximity to the major tourist attractions (Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, etc.) without breaking your bank account, Avenue Hostel has got a deal for you. As nominally one-star accomodations go, yo
  • Art Factory
    Welcome to the GardenHouse Art Factory, a unique, original and amazing hostel located in the heart of San Telmo, the bohemian and artistic area of Buenos Aires. The owners named the hostel Art Factory because the hostel combines a soulful mix of arts, style and fun in a huge antique 900 square meter
  • Hostel Inn Buenos Aires
    Set in an old three-story mansion in historic San Telmo, Hostel Inn Buenos Aires is a quality choice for those in tune with the Hostelling International philosophy, namely live, funky party hostels with an abundance of available activities. With about 65 beds in four, six and eight-bed dormitories,
  • Hostal de Areco
    Homey and clean, the Hostal de Areco offers rooms that are neat, if unexceptional. It features a large orange tiled sitting room with numerous red and green couches and chairs, a large fireplace, pink walls, and a décor that feels like an aunt's house. Breakfast is served each morning in the sitt
  • La Pergola Hostel
    For the hostel connoisseur, seeking a mellow atmosphere and good people, it is worth making a short trip to the coast just to hang out at La Pergola. Opened in December 2007 by young husband and wife team Eduardo and Florencia, the 1920s era home has been deemed a historical cultural patrimony and h
  • Hotel Caupolicán
    Located in the center of all of the action, Hotel Caupolicán is a great place for those that want a lively San Martín vacation. Although it is obvious that the hotel has been around for awhile, it is still a clean, decently priced place to stay. The employees are welcoming, knowledgeable and help
  • Arco Iris Cabins
    The Arco Iris Cabins are framed by impressive mountains, and there is a large yard with gardens, grill and a stream. You can fly fish for trout or ski in Chapelco, and there is good access to the forest and Parque Nacional Lanin.
  • Hosteria Las Lucarnas
    In an attempt to offer travelers a home away from home, Las Lucarnas is a great place to stay for those looking to be in the center of San Martín. The ten rooms and apartment offered are clean, basic and only for those over 18 years of age. Another aspect to the hosteria is that they allow pets, s
  • Buenos Aires Habitat - Furnished Apartment Rentals
    We offer temporary rent of fully furnished apartments. Whether you are traveling for a 3 days holiday or relocating to Buenos Aires, we can assist you to find the apartment that suits you. Our apartments are located in the best and safest locations of Buenos Aires such us Recoleta, Palermo and Puert
  • Hosteria Bella Vista
    For those looking for a quiet spot away from the city, the Bella Vista is conveniently situated just five kilometers away from Ushuaia's downtown and four kilometers from the Malvinas International Airport. There are great views of the Beagle Channel. The hotel boasts 10 private rooms (of these, tw
  • Estancia Despedida
    Situated in the Province of Tierra del Fuego - Argentina between the border of Chile and the city of Rio Grande stands this early 1900 farm and its outbuildings. The name "Despedida" (farewell) was earned as owner Mr. Jose Menedez said good-bye to one of his sons who was traveling to Australia to l
  • Residencial Uno
    In the heart of Puerto Iguazú, just two blocks from the bus station and downtown Iguazu, Residencial Uno offers a warm and comfortable environment that allows you to experience one of nature's beauties: The Iguazu Falls.Single, double, triple and quad rooms with air conditioner, private bathrooms
  • About Baires Hostel
    About Baires Hostel is located in the heart of Buenos Aires. It is in the downtown district, close to “The Obelisco” and next to 9 de Julio Avenue and 50 mts. from the Colón Theatre. It is open 24 hours a day and doesn't have a curfew. Breakfast is included in the price. The hostel als
  • Buenos Aires Hostel Clan
    Hostel Clan is built in a Colonial-style house, with very spacious rooms, five to six bed dorms and single rooms. Super breakfast and free Internet access included. Great bar (Ruuesday's).
  • Albergue El Gaucho
    A pretty and artsy place with a cabin feel and partial views of the lake a few blocks from Bariloche center. Dorm rooms and doubles with private baths are clean and comfortable and there's a free luggage storage to stash any extra gear. Friendly reception staff speak English, German and Italian and
  • Eco Hostel San Juan
    Eco Hostel is located on Valle de la Luna City, near the Ischigualasto National Park. Eco Hostel has a totally equipped kitchen, direct TV-DVD, heating, and an excellent atmosphere. The services included in the rate are: breakfast, sheets and towels, cleaning, internet, and the use of all the hostel
  • Periko's Hostel
    One of the most popular hostel spots in town, with super buena onda (friendly atmosphere, good vibes!) that you can feel the minute you step through sunny yellow doors, just three blocks from the main square. Dorms, doubles and quads have a ski lodge feel and big windows. Extras like breakfast, free
  • Pudu Hostel
    Created by two Irishmen and an Argentine, Pudu is one of the more worthy hostels in town, for a few reasons. First, the owners are big travelers themselves. They know what creature comforts are missed whey you're away from home. The building has recently been remodeled to create ample space for 32 p
  • Hostel Ladera Norte
    For great value and place to get to know other travelers as well as the very friendly Argentine staff, try Hostel Ladera Norte. Located seven blocks off the main square of San Martín and two blocks from Lago Lácar, Ladera Norte is a welcoming, clean, efficiently-run choice for those on a small bu
  • Hosteria Katy
    Owned by a nice German couple, Hosteria Katy is like a visit to Grandma's house. The crocheted curtains, flowered windowsills decorations and 1970s knick knacks are props helping to create the affect. The rooms are small but clean and well-kept. Hosts are helpful and very knowledgeable about the sur
  • Triasico Hostel San Juan
    Triásico Hostel San Juan is one of the city's backpacker hostels. To set itself apart from the others, this budget hotel offers free language practice with songs, free transfer from terminal to hostel, good location, swimming pool, few beds per room, dorms and private rooms with AC, internet and W
  • Carahue Hostel
    Located some five blocks outside of what is considered the center of town, Hostel Carahue is a great option for the backpacker/budget travel crowd. With 36 beds in shared rooms for either four, six, eight or ten people, it's near impossible to stay here and not find other travelers to hitch around
  • Hostel Parada
    Hostel Parada is an old and spacious house from the 19th century. It was recently remodeled, though maintains its original structure and details of the time with high ceilings, large spaces, and red bricks. The hostel stands out in a large courtyard that can be seen from most rooms with a large wat
  • Just BA
    Just BA offers apartments to rent for those seeking longer term accomadation. The website lists the apartments in no particular order and the prices are probably out of the range for the typical backpacker. However if you have the cash or are planning on sharing an apartment with a couple of other
  • Cabañas Las Rosas
    Fully equipped cabins for up to 6 persons. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms. Run all year round. Three units with lake view and 4 with mountain and garden views. Daily maid room service (cabin cleaning and dish washing). Steps from Lake Lácar, 5 minutes walk to downtown, in the best residential area of
  • J&L
    J&L is a shared apartment in the heart of BA, next to Plaza San Martin and Florida Pedestrian, probably one of the most strategic locations in town. It has 1 bedroom for rent, and the guest has access to the livingroom, dinning room, fully equiped kitchen and bathroom with weekly maid service.
  • Hostel Malka
    This hilltop hideaway may be a bit of a hike, but the peaceful silence, pretty landscape and stellar view are worth every extra step. Although you'll feel like you've found your own secluded retreat, you're still only a ten minute walk from Plaza Prado. Whether stone or wood, shared or private, the
  • Sol Hausi
    Sol Huasi is an excellent budget option located five minutes from the main plaza, and a 10-minute walk to Salta's hopping bar district. The dorm-style beds tend to a attract a youthful crowd. There is wireless internet, hot showers in shared bathrooms and breakfast included in the price.
  • Turning Point Hostel
    After it opened its doors in early 2009, Turning Point quickly became known among budget travelers as one of the best hostels in Córdoba. The highlight of any stay here is the authentic Argentine asado offered to guests on Saturday evenings when co-owner André grills up all sorts of typical local
  • Gran Hotel Panamericano
    Although technically a part of the Panamerican hotel chain, this 3-star is rated as it should be. The building is nice and large, rooms are clean and the service is up to par. During slow seasons the place can be absolutely dead, which is nice if you want an entire hotel to yourself. It's a great lo
  • Hotel Tunquelén
    Set on amazing grounds, Hotel Tunquelén is an example of the classy luxuriousness that was bestowed upon Bariloche architecture in the late 1930s. Although it is still a property that has glamor and prestige, it is not as well kept as its yesteryear. The grounds are extensive and include a long win
  • Hostal del Glaciar Libertador
    Hostal del Glaciar Libertador is a three-story, neo-Gothic-styled house on El Calafate's main street. Inside, the hostel has two courtyards. The front one has the reception and common room, surrounded by upper-level balconies with sitting and writing nooks. The accomodations are around the narrow b
  • I Keu Ken Hostel
    I Keu Ken Hostel touts itself as a traveler's home away from home, a place to rest after a long stint on the road. This pleasant inn is in a quiet part of town, away from the bustle of the center and has tremendous views of Lago Argentino. The four-bed dorms a
  • Rancho Grande Hostel
    Rancho Grande is perhaps the largest backpackers' hostel in El Chaltén. It features a restaurant-bar and offers free movies every night, which are open to the public as well. Dorm rooms are worn and sparse with bunk beds and built-in locker nooks. The common kitchen is small and basic. Internet is
  • Albergue y Camping Lago del Desierto
    Albergue y Camping Lago del Desierto is a good option for shoestring travelers. This large house has four-bed dorms with shared baths and six-bed dorms with private facilities. All seem clean enough. If you've got a tent you can camp outside and use the shared baths. All guests have access to the ki
  • Hotel Covadonga
    Hotel Covadonga has hosted Río Gallegos visitors for several generations. The lobby of this venerable hotel is hung with photographs of its almost-century-long life. As to be expected in a hostel from that era, the well-decorated guest accommodations are spacious. Modern conveniences, like private
  • Colonial
    A mid-range hotel, the Colonial offers clean, simply furnished rooms with cable TV to visitors coming to Río Gallegos. Some share a common bath and others have private water closets (though no singles in this class). Double rooms are with two beds or a cama matrimonial. During the chill Patagonian
  • Albergue Hostel Pioneros del Valle
    This gleaming new medium-sized backpackers hostel has six-bed dorms with private bath and lockers. The large, sunny kitchen/dining area merges with the common area, which has cable TV and free Internet. Hostel Pioneros del Valle is located right behind the Cal-Tur bus company office and is affiliate
  • America del Sur Hostel
    The first thing you'll notice about Hostal America del Sur is the mountain of hiking boots piled at the door. Yes, this place has a shoes-off policy, but not to worry, the heated floors will keep your feet toasty warm. The hostel, which is a seven-minute walk from Downtown, is a welcoming place fo
  • Matices de Buenos Aires
    Matices provides fully furnished and equipped apartments for rent in Buenos Aires. All are located within the most popular touristy areas in Buenos Aires: Recoleta, Centro (near the Obelisco), and Plaza San Martín. All services are included in the price. No Commission. No administrative charges.
  • Circus Hotel & Hostel
    Circus Hotel & Hostel uniquely combines hostel prices and atmosphere with the infrastructure and elegance of a boutique hotel. The relaxed, fun environment at a reasonable price makes Circus the perfect option for the young and selective tourist on a budget.
  • Hotel Sur y Despues
    The hotel has five rooms. One complete apartment, one loft, two standard rooms and one single room with two beds. The hotel is located in a newly renovated house. All the rooms have private bathrooms.
  • Bohemia Buenos Aires Hotel
    Bohemia Buenos Aires Hotel is located in the heart of the district of San Telmo. Though the hotel building itself is new, the architectural style is harmonious with the rest of the neighborhood's traditional construction. The hotel covers 900 square meters, with wide common spaces and a garden view
  • 06 Central Hostel
    06 Central Hostel is a spacious, modern-designed hostel located right in the downtown area, within walking distance from the pedestrian shopping streets of Florida and Lavalle, and the widest avenue in the world, Avenida 9 de Julio. Located in a recently restored beautiful historical building, with
  • Complejo Tango Hotel Boutique
    A small and friendly thematic hotel in Belgrano, Buenos Aires, offering special packages including dinner, tango shows, and tango lessons.
  • Buenos Aires Hotel de Diseño
    Internal Services included in the rate: -Breakfast in the Design Club without time limit -Welcome Drink -Computer with Internet access -High Speed Internet connection in the rooms -Internet Wireless in Public Areas -Safe Box with laptop capacity -Individual air conditioning-healthy system -Direct te
  • Villa Victoria
    Villa Victoria is an old mansion from the begining of the last century. Today it serves as a boutique hotel with few rooms and a high level of service, boasting a pool area, tennis court and a magnificent garden filled with palm trees and exotic plants.
  • Caserón Porteño
    Daniel and Cinthia, the lovely family of this marvelous house, will welcome you with hospitality and warmth. The bed and breakfast boasts a great garden and patio, with bright and cozy suite and standard rooms. Every day, free tango lessons are offered to guests in the afternoon. Guests are welcome
  • Hotel Patagonia
    Hotel Patagonia is a modern, urban hotel in the heart of Río Gallegos. The spacious, glass-walled lobby is decorated with sleek, plush furnishings. Hotel Patagonia has all the services any type of discerning traveler needs, from equipped meeting rooms for the business people to babysitting services
  • La Casona
    In an old, dark-red tin house down near the seaside is comfortable La Casona. This inn has six rooms, all with TV and heater. Those chambers in the front have a bayview. Fix a light meal and hot drink in the kitchen before curling up for a quiet evening in the homey sitting room. La Casona is the ol
  • Hotel Edelweiss
    A well-located upscale hotel in Bariloche center with classic to superior rooms reminiscent of a standard International chain hotel, but pricier. Elevators lead to rooms that are nice but nothing special, some have pretty lake views that may make up for the hotel's higher rates- they don't cost more
  • Hotel Kilton
    A good upper tier hotel option that is centrally located while maintaining a small and personal feel. Doubles, triples, quadruples and larger apartments are light and well kept, with private bathrooms, cable TV, telephones and central heating. A pretty and simply decorated lounge area and large open
  • Hosteria La Pastorella
    A very European Bed & Breakfast located in a quiet residential area just up the hill from town. Stepping into the golden-lit lobby adorned with French décor, one could forget altogether they weren't coming in from a day in the Alps. Charming doubles, Triples, quadruples and a few small apartment su
  • Hostería El Ciervo Rojo
    Nicely remodeled former Italian boarding house that resembles a traditional woody mountain lodge, with modern comforts and the convenience of being located near the city center. Comfortable carpeted rooms have cable TV, private baths and large windows, some overlooking lake Nahuel Huapi (though the
  • Slalom Hotel
    The recently remodeled Slalom hotel, a few blocks up the hill from town, claims to cater to an outdoorsy crowd and families but looks more like a scene for business folk. Rooms have all the general amenities of a three-star place and are clean and comfortable but there are no special or local accen
  • EnjoyingBA
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  • El Casco Art Hotel
    El Casco Arte Hotel is, as its name describes, an art hotel. The common areas, restaurant and rooms are filled with 300 colorful, entrancing and poignant paintings. More than 40 sculptures by renowned Argentine artists ordain the hotel gardens. The common area is outfitted with a classical pianist
  • Hotel Carlos V
    A classy three-star hotel with 25 years in the business, Carlos V is two blocks from Bariloche center and three blocks from the lake, and is sleek and elegant while maintaining local charm. Single, double, triple and four/five person apartments all with spotless private baths are modern and comforta
  • Correntoso Lake and River Resort
    Correntos Lake and River Hotel is a piece of Villa La Angostura history. The growth of the town was actually centered around the expansion of the hotel. Originally built by Don Primo, an important Italian pioneer, the more guests that desired to stay in the Correntoso the more wished to move and mak
  • Hosteria Le Lac
    This beautiful new inn just opened and is located in front of Nahuel Haupi Lake with panoramic views of the lake and Andes mountains. There are 8 elegent and spacious rooms. It is located just a mile from the city center and shops.
  • Del Arriero Cabañas
    Fully equipped cabanas by the lake of La Falda, Córdoba, Argentina. Features a pool, a sun porch, heating and ceiling fans, panoramic vistas, a park, breakfast, and anything else you may need for a great vacation. The cabanas are open all year round, and you will be personally attended to by the o
  • Las Majas
    Las Majas, is smalll village-resort placed on a hillcrest with a unique panoramic view of a lake, vegetation and hills. It is 40km by car from Córdoba city airport and 1 hour by plane from Buenos Aires. It is a place for relaxing nature and energy adventures. You can visit the Jesuit Route and also
  • Hotel Bahía
    Hotel Bahía is a modern hotel. On the outside its plain brick is accented by a large green bow window. On the indise of this inn, a large and airy lobby greets guests. A winter garden brightens drab winter days. Simple lines flow throughout the hotel, into the 22 rooms and two suites. These spaciou
  • La Casona del Camino Real
    La Casona del Camino Real is an elegant, rustic style Hotel near San Salvador de Jujuy, in the exclusive village of Yala. Its rooms, decorated with an exquisite attention to detail, feature central heating, ceiling fan, color cable TV, safe deposit box, hair dryer and spectacular views of the carefu
  • El Viejo Algarrobo
    Comfort abounds in this hospedaje and café just behind the church. From its warm yellow adobe façade to the cheery red of its tiled floors, Algarrobo is pretty, quaint, and inviting. The tiny but comfortable café/reception area is a pleasant place to enjoy breakfast, an afternoon pick-me-up, or
  • Cumbres Blancas
    Touted as the nicest accommodations in Esquel, Hosteria Cumbres Blancas has a great location for skiers and excellent restaurant to its benefit, too. The well-built building was constructed with the local flare of working with log and stone. The Cumbre Suite has two bedrooms, a living room, enclosed
  • Amancay Hotel
    The Amancay Hotel is about as nice an accommodation as one can find in El Bolsón. The rooms are clean, reasonably spacious and comfortable. The location is very cnetral, just a few blocks from the artisan fair, with many restaurants and bars nearby. The staff is helpful and welcoming. The breakfast
  • Cabañas La Montaña
    In the Bolson, Patagonia these beautiful cabins can be found.
  • Hotel Rosa de los Viajes
    Hotel Rosa de los Viajes is a well-constructed hotel located in the center of San Martín. The detailed wood work and fresh interior make it a welcoming place to stay while on vacation. Its location, a few blocks of the central San Martín square, is perfect for those that want to be close to the la
  • Nonthue Camping Agreste
    Located 45 minutes outside of San Martín, Nonthue Camping is a great place for visitors that want to pitch a tent by a lake. The grounds include over 3,000 meters (9,842 feet) of shoreline, 100 BBQ pits, organized recreational activities as well as volleyball and soccer courts. There is also a bus
  • Apartments 41 Below
    This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in downtown Bariloche offers comfortable living and dining areas, and boasts a large sun-filled living room with spectacular views of Nahuel Huapi Lake.
  • Complejo Cabañas y Apart Antuen Spa de Montaña
    If you are looking to splurge a bit while traveling through San Martín, Complejo Cabañas y Apart Antuen Spa de Montaña is a place to check out. This group of individual cabins nestled in a pristine park offers luxuries such as a hot tub, dry and wet saunas, relaxation room, gym, hydro-massage tub
  • Bariloche Vacation Rental
    A property management company servicing the kilometers of Bustillo near the Llao Llao area, Bariloche Vacation Rental (or BVR) prides themselves with offering their clients the very best at reasonable prices. It is their motto to make sure their customers have the best vacation possible and will hel
  • El Hogar del Mochilero
    Although he had to hang up his walking stick quite a while back, Carlos is still a mochilero (backpacker) to the bone. He and Marta have created a home for such journeyers, El Hogar del Mochileros. Located in the heart of Esquel, this campground has grassy sites shaded by age-old willows and a 30-pe
  • El Chalten
    One of many cabin complexes when entering Esquel, El Chalten offers a great option for those with children or small budget. There are various sizes of cabins, accommodating up to eight people. The houses are fenced in with a private drive-way and plenty of parking. There is a landscaped yard, bbq fo
  • Villa Llao Llao Rentals
    Villa Llao Llao is a network of three cabins across the street from the lake and two accommodations at Lake Nahuel Huapi's shore. All of the places have 270 degree views of the Codillera, Andes, Lake Nahuel Huapi, Villa La Angostura and Chile. All rentals are located a few miles from the Llao Llao H
  • Casita Llao Llao
    Casita Llao Llao has two separate studio houses and offers views looking over Lago Nahuel Huapi, Isla Victoria, Villa La Angostura and the 50-kilometer (31-mi) stretch into the Chilean Andes. The houses are equipped with everything a home should have, including WiFi. The management company is on-pr
  • Poncho Huasi Posada
    Poncho Huasi B&B is an old colonial house in the countryside near Salta. Owner Alicia is a local and her husband Nick is from the U.K. They will help arrange trips for small groups with English-speaking guides and can pick you up at the bus station or airport—just let them know when you're goi
  • Bungalows Buena Vista
    Bungalows Buena Vista is a series of two bedroom/two bath cabañas that look out over Lake Nahuel Huapi towards Isla Victoria. The construction and detail to the rooms is exceptional. There is a pool and play area for kids that also enjoys views of the water, Island Victoria and Andes Mountains. Th
  • La Tour D'Argent
    Located in the center of Esquel, La Tour D'Argent is perfect for those looking to be in close walking distance to clubs, bars and restaurants. The interior of the hotel is basic and has a mild sense of wear and tear but is clean. The staff is welcoming and helpful. They will help with finding reaso
  • El Relincho
    El Relincho is a family-owned campground and cabin complex in the city. The wooded sites have fire pits, bathhouses with 24-hour hot water, and laundry basins. A reception-common area is a good place to seek refuge on dank days, and there's a playground for children. The four- to six-person cabins
  • Aca al Sur
    Located just off the main drag, Aca al Sur is a modern, spacious hostería. The staff is friendly and helpful. The lobby and rooms are decorated with colorful paintings and imaginative sculptures, and have high ceilings. The rooms are clean, fresh and inviting. The location is convenient for easy re
  • Camping Falkner
    The Seven Lakes Route is famous for its beauty. But it is even more special for those that stop and smell the roses, as the saying goes. Camping Lago Falkner is a great place to do just that. This campground is a fantastic spot for hiking, swimming and taking in the surroundings. The owner offers b
  • Las Nalcas
    Las Nalcas Mountain Resort is a high quality establishment set within its own ten acre park-like landscape. Its five modern cabins fit two to six people and each is outfitted with hydro massage tubs, a fireplace and satellite television. Las Nalcas provides alternative healing therapies and massage
  • Las Lumas Cabañas
    Located in Villa Ayelén, Las Lumas is a cute colony of four cabins set within a gated, landscaped yard. The houses, which vary in size, are strongly built and withstand the strong Patagonian winds well. The houses are nicely decorated and clean. A nice bonus: daily maid service is included in the v
  • Cabañas Forestas
    For those wanting easy access to the ski area La Hoya, Cabañas Forestas is a good option. Located on the main route 259 coming into the city, the place is a great location for those looking to hitchhike to the mountain. The grounds are very basic and the cabins have seen their better days but the p
  • Cabañas Amancay
    These comfortable cabins are located near the town entrance across from the car park. The rooms have plenty of space so guests do not feel cramped, and the friendly staff is good at keeping the place neat and clean.
  • Hotel Piscu Yaco
    The rooms at Hotel Piscu Yaco are comfortable, with a private bathroom, telephone, WiFi and room service. There is also a bar, ping pong table, laundry service, mini gym, and indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Rooms book fast, so it is best to call in advance.
  • Mundial
    The staff at Mundial is friendly and the beds are comfortable. There is a pool and room service, and breakfast is included in the price.
  • La Cabaña Del Tio Juan
    Hotel La Cabaña del Tío Juan is well located 50 kilometers (mi) north of Córdoba on National Route 9, the main road in the province. Guests are close to all the main cultural, historic and gastronomic attractions of the region. Single and double rooms come with cable TV and can fit up to six peo
  • Hotel Piedra Blanca
    Hotel Piedra Blanca has a lovely setting among some trees and offers a quiet place to relax near the large pool. There is WiFi, private bathrooms, telephone, massage service, a restaurant and laundry service. Rooms are single, double, triple and quadruple, ranging in price from $70 - 230 depending o
  • Gran Hotel La Cumbre
    This plush hotel, loaded with all the usual amenities, is one of the best places to stay in La Cumbre. The furniture was made by local carpenters and the rooms have excellent views that let in a lot of sunshine.
  • Balcón del Río
    The pool is incredible, the suites are fantastic and the cabins are as close as it gets to finding a second home while on vacation. Balcón del Río's well-manicured grounds and fantastic views of the surrounding natural beauty make it one of the top choices in Mina Clavero. There is 24-hour securit
  • Hotel Rossetti and Spa
    This all-inclusive spa is an excellent upscale option in Mina Clavero. The pool is refreshing, the views are great and the beds are comfortable. There is also a spa, gym, cable TV and WiFi.
  • Sol del Champaquí
    Sol del Champaquí is one of the best budget lodgings in Mina Clavero. This hostel is well-kept, caters to a more youthful crowd and has a quaint swimming pool. Rooms have air conditioning and cable TV, and there is an on-site cafeteria and laundry service.

  • Hotel Las Verbenas
    Las Verbenas rivals Cumbrecita Hotel as the finest accommodation in La Cumbrecita, with a nice swimming pool and wood-floor rooms with fluffy pillows on the beds. It also offers spa treatments and massages. The hotel only accepts cash.
  • Corre Caminos
    Here's a hostel that caters to the needs of backpackers. They've got lots of dorm space, kitchen access, locker storage, pool/ping pong, Internet, taxi service and bar to boot. Social areas, the multicolored design scheme and coming-and-going crowd create a lively scene. An added plus is that it is
  • Terra Oculta
    Recommended even by another Salta hostel owner, Terra Oculta takes the prize for a backpacker hostel. They have a laundry list of services while keeping prices low. What do you need? Book exchange, cooking facilities, tourist information, video/TV/music room, table tennis, laundry service, Internet
  • Hotel Salta
    The next corner over from Colonial, Hotel Salta has an impressive spread complete with spa, heated swimming pool, gym and membership to the Salta Polo Club. Some of the rooms have splendid views of Cerro Bernardo and Iglesia San Francisco. And some don't. Though the services and staff are exception
  • Hotel Touring Club
    One hotel has been around in Trelew ever since the railroad opened. Since opening its door in 1895, it has had a variety of names until finally becoming Hotel Touring Club. Over the decades, many famous people have stayed here, including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and Antoine de Saint Exup
  • Residencial Elena
    Plant-filled patios and spotless airy rooms—some with balconies—make Residencial Elena a delightful lodging during your time in Salta. All the necessities for a comfortable stay are provides, plus it's just a couple blocks from the main plaza. You can't go wrong here.
  • Refugio Del Inca
    Right next door to the Museo de Bellas Artes is Hotel Refugio del Inca. The understated, white-trimmed façade gives a hint of the fine comforts within this unpretentious hostel. The desert-stone-colored, stuccoed walls are hung with weavings from around the region. Comfortable, hand-hewn f
  • El Duende de La Posta
    El Duende is a superb new hostel with comfy beds, fans and a kitchen / lounge with breakfast included. They also provide a great selection of DVDs. The staff is very laid back and generally amiable people. They offer a laundry service and can help out with some tourist info. Eight blocks from th
  • Colonial Hotel
    It's all explained in the name at Colonial Hotel. Historic and with a corner place on the plaza, its rooms inside don't compare with its outside grandeur. If you're looking for stately, you've found it. Before paying for a room though, make sure you see it to know what you're paying for.
  • Hotel Restaurant Unelem
    In the Mapuche language, "unelem" means "to be the first," and Hotel Unelem was the first hotel in Gaiman. For over 100 years, the family here has been welcoming travelers. The large rooms, off a glassed-in gallery hallway surrounding the garden patio, are comfortable and homey. Each room has an ol
  • Camping Municipal Carlos Xamena
    Surely you'll have no problems finding a place to make camp on the grounds, seeing as there are 500 tent sites for the taking. The campgrounds also sport a swimming pool, so that even the locals are drawn here during the steamy summer. To arrive, take southbound bus No. 13 (Balnearario), which also
  • Camping In San Ignacio
    San Ignacio has lots of camping to help shoestring travelers stay on budget. Most of them are located several kilometers out of town. During heavy rains, campsites along the river tend to flood. Few are open outside of summer. Campsites down at Puerto Nuevo on the Río Paraná, 4 kilometers (2.5
  • Backpackers
    This Hostelling-International affiliated youth hostel is a hefty walkâ??about 30 minutes from the main plaza. It is, however, hard to deny because hostel representatives sell it well from the bus station for arriving travelers. It is a very functional and well-run joint with ample dorm space, laun
  • Hotel General Guemes
    Dating back to the 1970s, the hotel is definitely aging but functional nonetheless. The staff is professional as is the clientele, which is usually from the corporate world. The hotel has special corporate rates and rooms for conventions or meetings. You may not find as many travelers passing throu
  • Hostal Condor Pass
    The main selling point of Condor Pass is its close location to the main plaza. It also is few doors down from the market, so many a fine feast can be whipped together in the hostel kitchen. A small, tight-knit staff is very helpful in getting you organized, but as far as all the services that they
  • Tango Hostel
    Tango Hostel is located in Nueva Córdoba right in the middle of the nightlife action. With nice clean rooms, pretty woodwork and great tourist information, Tango is definitely a traveller's favourite. Always full of youthful characters it is a great place to meet other people to hit the town with.
  • Cumbrecita Hotel
    Cumbrecita Hotel is one of the best hotels in the La Cumbrecitaâ??and many argue it is the top choice. The elegant hotel, looking like something perched on a hill in Aspen, has comfortable rooms and relaxing bungalows. There is also a pool, gym, restaurant and bar on site.
  • Dos Venados
    Located six blocks from the central plaza, this 45-room hotel offers cable TV, telephone and air conditioning. There are singles, doubles and triples, all with plenty of space and wooden floors. There is a nice on-site restaurant, too.
  • Hotel Plaza Pringles
    This 53-room hotel is situated nicely near the main square. All rooms have a private bathroom, central heating, cable TV, WiFi and telephone. The rates also include breakfast, a safe box and a garage space (if needed). There are singles, doubles and triples.
  • Hotel Aguada Del Zorro
    ROOMS: $100-300 Hotel Aguada del Zorro is located in Villa de Merlo, to the northwest of San Luis. Surrounded by towering peaks and lush trees, it is a tranquil, picturesque place to pass a few days. The rooms are comfortable and stylish, if not ornately decorated. All rooms include private ba
  • Camping
    Near Posadas are several campgrounds, which have sites, fire pits, hot water bathhouses and other amenities:
    • Camping Club (Ca. 95 591, 1.2 km / 0.7 mi from the Terminal del Bus, Tel.: 45-7412 / 45-9519, URL: campingclub.blogspot.com)
    • Nuevo Acapulco (Ruta Nacional 12, in
  • Vista Suites and Spa
    Vista Suites and Spa is the nicest place to sleep in San Luis. It is also loaded with amenities—indoor pool, restaurant, bar and spa—to use when you're not out traipsing around the national park. The rooms are equipped with cable TV, WiFi, safe boxes, desks and private bathrooms. Check the
  • The King David Flat Hotel
    The King David Flat Hotel doesn't consider itself a hotel, but rather a classier and comfier collection of "flats." This distinction is exemplified in their motto: "In a hotel you stay, in a flat you live," which points towards their dedication to provide a comfortable experience. All luxury servi
  • Montecassino Hotel
    Montecassino Hotel is without a doubt the best in town, with its modern décor, plushy, feathered pillows and spectacular views of the mountain scenery. It has everything you need to relax in style: pool, Jacuzzi, mini bar, cable TV, WiFi, 24-hour room service, bar, cafeteria, security box, parking
  • Cabañas Pozo Verde
    Situated near the entrance of the Pozo Verde Natural Reserve below the Sierras Chicas, choose from a charming 3, 4, or 6 person cabaña, or a private mountain suite with a deck and kitchen. Located twenty blocks from the center of Villa General Belgrano, this is a great place for a quiet getaway. E
  • Hotel Principado
    Hotel Principado is not as highbrow as Montecassino, but for those without a lot of cash to toss around, it's more than acceptable, with its own beach area along the Río Calabulumba.
  • Dos Aguas
    Dos Aguas cabins are excellent, with spacious rooms and plenty of amenities. Breakfast is included, and there is a kitchen for independent cooking. There is also a microwave, WiFi and cable TV. The beds are comfortable and the staff is friendly.
  • Hotel Edelweiss
    Located only a couple blocks from the center of town, the Hotel Edelweiss is within walking distance of the best restaurants and shops in the area. But with views of the mountains from the balconies, cozy beds, large buffet breakfasts, room service, volleyball and tennis courts and an outdoor pool a
  • The Windsor Hotel and Tower
    The Windsor Hotel and Tower is located right in the center of Viejo Córdoba, and so it has a great location to go along with its great reputation. A nice restaurant and bar operates on the ground floor and standard services include a complimentary full American style breakfast, access to the swimm
  • Hotel Paraná
    Hotel Paraná is a good mid-range option close to the bus terminal. Rooms are comfortable, clean and relatively spacious, and the owners boast of a the hotel's modern ambiance. Cable TV is standard.
  • Carlos Paz Hostel
    Carlos Paz Hostel, only a few minutes from the bus station, offers colorful, dormitory-style rooms for 4, 6, 8 or 10 people. Each bedroom has a private bathroom and comes with sheets and towels. Carlos Paz is child friendly and has both smoking and non-smoking rooms. Breakfast is included. The ho
  • Hotel Pinares del Cerro
    In walking distance to downtown but away from the noise and busy traffic--has quiet and clean rooms and in-house restaurant/cafe. Has arcade games, foosball and ping pong. Outdoor swimming pool. Rooms come with AC and some with microwave and refrigerators. Friendly and cordial staff.
  • Hotel Yporá
    A lot of well-to-do couples, as well as some families, choose this elegant hotel shrouded by large trees on the edge of Santa Rosa de Calamuchita. Wood-floored rooms are well lit and come with soft beds and private bathrooms. The hotel also provides room service, cable TV, central heating, WiFi, two
  • Brisas del Río
    Brisas del Río offers 11 cabins ideally suited for groups of four or six people. Rooms are well kept, and loaded with amenities such as central heating and air conditioning, microwaves, WiFi, cable TV, parking garage and games for children. There is also a restaurant and pool on the premises. Be su
  • Gran Lourdes Hotel
    Gran Lourdes is located in the center of the city, half a block from downtown, about 270 yards from main commercial and tourist centers, and about 110 yards from the lake San Roque. Rooms with telephone, cable TV, heat and air conditioning, and solarium are available. Breakfast is included. The ho
  • Gibert's House
    Gibert's House is situated slightly outside the main body of the city at the foot of the sierras chicas (little mountains), close to Av. Cárcano. The architecture looks something like a classic Spanish villa mixed with a modern-day apartment building, with arched, latticed windows and doorways, r
  • Hotel Victoria
    Hotel Victoria has been in business since 1920 and it is located just a few blocks from Córdoba´s walkingmall shopping district. Clean bright rooms with nice bathrooms are standard and an extensive breakfast is complimentary. Most rooms include a balcony which are perfect for watching the world
  • Las Ardillas Cabañas
    Located in La Falda's residential zone of Villa Edén, the Las Ardillas wood-furnished villas are a top choice for lodging in town. The self-contained cabins have fantastic views of the surroundings. The bathtubs in the suites are the perfect place to relax with a glass of Argentina's finest wine a
  • El Mirador Cabañas
    The cabins at El Mirador are nothing short of fantastic. The views of the surrounding sierras are breathtaking, the outdoor pool and hot tub are relaxing, and the accommodation is first rate. There are canary-yellow-painted cabins for two, four or six guests, furnished with TV, radio, sofas, private
  • Córdoba Backpackers
    Córdoba Backpackers is located only two blocks from plaza San Martín and has tons of rooms in its three stories. Free WiFi, a pool table, a bar, free breakfast, a café and a massive library of travel guides and a private climbing wall also make Córdoba Backpackers an attractive choice. It is d
  • Garden Hotel
    Garden Hotel is a good mid range choice. Located right in the center of Córdoba´s walkingmall shopping district, it is an option that lets you sleep right in the very heart of old town action. Despite being so centrally located , no motorized vehicles are allowed onto the footmall so the only n
  • Hotel Solar De La Plaza
    The former Patrón-Costas family home is now the luxury Hotel Solar de la Plaza. In the original part of the mansion are two classic rooms and two suites furnished with exquisite antiques. Across the garden patio is the newer annex, done in the same architectural style as the original house. Those
  • Hotel Residencial Balcarce
    Just a half-block from Plaza Güemes and one of Salta's most exclusive hotels is Hotel Residencial Balcarce. This basic hotel offers private rooms to budget travelers for a little bit more than a hostel dorm bed. The rooms are simply furnished, with TV, desk, heating and fans. Private bat
  • La Posada Hostal
    La Posada Hostal is a small, immaculate bed-and-breakfast located across from the village's church, Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Carmen. A deep garden sets the two-story, white inn off from the road. The long balconies are pleasant places to relax after a day's hiking. La Posada is an intimate hotel
  • Hostel Independencia
    Just half a block from Plaza Independencia, this hostel is worth checking for location alone. Add in clean rooms and bathrooms, a friendly staff and competitive prices, and this should be among the first lodging options in town for backpackers and the budget savvy. This hostel tends to have a more c
  • Xumec - Apart Hotel
    One of Mendoza's best kept secrets. The stucco building blends into the other shops on Mitre and Las Heras Streets. But inside you'll find large, modern, clean, and comfortable rooms in a central location. For $34 USD a night (and if you are staying longer than one night, the price with barganing g
  • Park Hyatt Hotel, Casino and Spa
    The spectacular Park Hyatt sits on the northwestern corner of Plaza Independencia in an impeccably restored 19th century building. Street-side tables sit in front of the brilliant white exterior, looking out over the bustling plaza. Inside, rooms are luxurious but not ostentatious and ser
  • República
    República is not the fanciest hotel in the city, but it gets the job done. Rooms are clean, the beds are soft and the bathrooms have hot water. Breakfast is included, as well as limited parking if you have a car.
  • Oh! Hostel
    Oh! Hostel is a solid choice for backpackers on a budget. Rooms are basic but clean, and there is a kitchen to cook your own meals, as well as Internet.
  • Hotel Los Patios de Cafayate
    If you have to ask the price of a room, it is probable Hotel Los Patios de Cafayate is not your best choice. However, head directly to this luxurious hotel and wine spa should money be no object. There are colonial tapestries, regional textiles, hand-woven carpets, an incredible outdoor heated swimm
  • Sala de Payogasta
    The Sala de Payogasta Hotel is a 10-minute drive from the town's center along Ruta Nacional 40, at Km 4510. The incredibly spacious rooms are well-kept and the beds are very comfortable. There is also a good on-site restaurant.
  • Carlos V
    Carlos V is an upscale hotel that prides itself on excellent service. All 70 rooms are modern and stocked with amenities such as telephone, WiFi, cable TV, safe box and 24-hour room service. Breakfast and parking are also included, and there is a fantastic on-site restaurant.
  • Tucumán Hostel
    Tucumán Hostel is one of the first choices among backpackers in Tucumán, not just for the clean sheets and hot water, but also the on-site bar that serves up cold beers. There is also Internet access and the friendly staff helps arrange tours. Expect to pay approximately $15 per night in a dorm-s
  • Catalina Park Hotel
    Catalinas Park Hotel is an upscale hotel that targets businessmen passing through Tucumán. It has every amenity needed: a rooftop pool, sauna, WiFi, room service and sparkling bathrooms with hot water. There is also a fine view of Parque 9 de Julio.
  • Hotel Milena
    Hotel Milena is a nice, simple hotel located down a small side street called Babilonia (off Pardo) in the cul-de-sac. It is the perfect place to find some peace and quiet after long day of horseback riding or wine tasting. There is an on-site bar and restaurant with 24-hour breakfast, as well as roo
  • Hotel Zamora
    Hotel Zamora is a fairly good option for travelers on a budget but also in the need of a bit of privacy. The single rooms can feel cramped, but have a private bathroom and cable TV for approximately $20. Doubles are available for a few bucks more. There is also parking available.
  • El Eden Cabañas
    Just a few kilometers out of San Rafael's city center lies El Eden. It is on a side street off Route 143 where almost no traffic passes and just a short bike ride away from most of San Rafael's important wineries. Bikes can be rented on-site. All around the quiet refuge, vineyards spread for miles w
  • La Posta del Cholo
    Set in the picturesque Valle Grande, La Posta del Cholo has a number of cabins that sleep four or eight people. To make it economical, it's best to go with a group and fill the cabin. Valle Grande is the heart of adventure sports in San Rafael and the place is geared towards young people looking to
  • Oasis del Sol
    There are numerous campgrounds around San Rafael, but for those looking to rough it, but not so much, there are places like Oasis del Sol. The campground provides bathrooms with hot water, lights, power hookups, telephones, and grills for outdoor cooking. In the hot summer months, there is a large s
  • Hotel Acuario
    Hotel Acuario sits right at the bottom of the mountain and you can ski right into the ski check. Simple, comfortable rooms look out on an impressive panorama of the mountain and the service is efficient if not friendly. A bar upstairs is mostly used by locals to fill their thermos for mate, but drin
  • Solar Maiten
    As a newly built apartment-style hotel, Solar Maiten is great for a relaxing weekend. The rooms are immaculate, the outdoor pool is refreshing, and the indoor Jacuzzi is seducing. Outside each room, a parrilla invites guests to try their hand at the Argentinean art of asado. The owners, a p
  • Hotel Nuevo Mundo
    Hotel Nuevo Mundo is San Rafael's the newest addition to San Rafael's selection of hotels and the most slickly designed. The hotel's sweeping stainless steel exterior ornaments look a bit out of place amongst San Rafael's buildings, but the hotel is trying for something different. Fittingly, it pro
  • Tower Inn & Suites
    Tower Inn & Suites is the best higher end option and caters to the Las Leñas crowd. Package deals in the winter and summer are available that include nights at the hotel and trips to the ski area. The hotel claims to offer all the amenities of an ‘international hotel', and is one of the few pl
  • City Hotel
    This hotel is nicely located away from the hustle and bustle surrounding Plaza Independencia but is only a 5-10 minute walk to the action. It is also a decent mid-range choice at about $15 for a single. Doubles, triples and quadruples are also available, and all have a private bathroom, telephone, a
  • Winca's Hotel
    Head here for a fantastic, funky and colorful budget hostel that opened its doors in 2003. It is a nice place to meet other early to mid-twenty year old travelers, and the friendly staff will help arrange excursions around Mendoza. Rooms are clean and well-lit, and there is even a ping pong table, k
  • Damajuana Hostel
    Damajuana Hostel attracts a more youthful crowd looking to save some cash and meet up with other globetrotters in the dorm-style rooms. There is also a bar that serves fast drinks to thirsty patrons, and a decent on-site restaurant as well. A bed in a dorm cost approximately $10, while a double run
  • La Esperanza
    Centrally located and well-established - La Esperanza has been in business since 1938 - this pleasant old posada is a favorite among young travelers in San Rafael. Just 3 blocks from the bus station, La Esperanza has a nice courtyard with flowering trees and plants and a number of clean, si
  • Hotel Puerta del Sol
    The 77-room Hotel Puerta del Sol offers all the luxury anyone would need. It is sparkling clean and rooms contain all the first-class amenities such as internet, cable TV, private bathrooms and fluffy pillows. There is a breakfast buffet, bar, laundry service and air condition in the hotel as well.
  • Rusty K
    Rusty K is your perfect base for exploring Cafayate. They have private rooms (double or twin beds) with shared bathrooms, 24 hour hot water, and a kitchen. The price per night includes a basic breakfast and free Internet. The hostel gives superb tourist information and they offer free excursions to
  • Posada del Sol
    Hostelling International does it again. The brand may be a foreigner magnet, but this friendly hostel has a young, hip vibe and plenty of space for socializing, including outdoor spaces plus a kitchen and common room. Every room is different, and some feature log bunks for added fun. This small mini
  • Hotel Altos de la Viña
    Hotel Altos de la Viña, located approximately 15 minutes from the airport and almost five kilometers (3 mi) from the center of Jujuy, is a nicely remodeled accommodation option. The rooms are large and comfortable enough to relax away from the bustle of the town. It also has great views of the surr
  • La Aguada
    This B&B has decent-sized rooms and is wonderfully decorated--the handiwork of the owner, who also willingly offers a wealth of knowledge about the Jujuy area. Beds are comfortable and rooms are clean with hot showers.
  • Hotel Jujuy Palace
    The Hotel Jujuy Palace is a great option for travelers with cash to burn. This high-end business hotel is clean, comfortable and centrally located in town. The hotel's air-conditioned rooms are spacious with nice showers in private bathrooms. There is also 24-hour room service, an on-site restaurant
  • Hotel Gómez
    Hotel Gómez is one of the better options in town for backpackers. The price is right for those on a budget, and while the rooms are basic, they are well kept and have comfortable pillows. The staff is friendly. There are single ($8) and double ($12) rooms available.
  • Hotel Augustus
    Hotel Augustus is a good mid-range option for those passing through Jujuy. This 82-room hotel offers well-kept rooms with plush beds, air conditioning, hair dryers and cable TV. It is located on a pedestrian street within walking distance to the Plaza Principal, Casa de Gobierno, Catedral and Centro
  • Hotel Norte
    This boutique hotel is a restored colonial home. There is a pleasant patio with a palm tree and the rooms are almost clean enough to eat off the floor. There is also a Jacuzzi in the executive suites, and an on-site restaurant..
  • Iguazú Camping
    Campgrounds in Puerto Iguazú are open year-round. El Pindó (Ruta Nacional 12, Km 3.5, Tel: 54-3757-421-795, E-mail: elpindo@yahoo.com.ar)â??$3 one time charge for tent, plus $3 per person, per day. Camping Ecológico Eterno Reverdecer (Ruta Nacional 12, Km 5, south of highway, Te
  • Hotel El Pasaje
    From its side-street perch, the brightly painted Hotel El Pasaje calls beckons to tired passengers looking for a comfortable, inexpensive hostel in Salta. The eclectic décor follows inside, into the lobby hung with carved masks, fine art and posters. The rooms are a bit more conservatively deco
  • Hotel Patios De Lerma
    Across from the train station and around the corner from the Balcarce nightclub-peña district, is Hotel Patios de Lerma. This fine hostel, beautifully decorated with stone mosaics, native woods and ceramics, is aptly named: the rooms are set around a series of patios. Accommodations have q
  • Hotel Internacional Alejandro I
    Near Plaza Belgrano is the 11-story Hotel Internacional Alejandro I, another one of Salta's upscale hostels. The gaucho-dressed staff greets guests to this modern hotel with all the expected amenities. (Take a look at the lobby's floor, done with replicas of petroglyphs.) Off the lobby is a cozy re
  • Hotel Regidor
    Right on the corner of Plaza 9 de Julio is perhaps Salta's best-kept secret. While the majority of hotels around the main square are luxury hostels, Hotel Regidor offers comfortable rooms at very comfortable prices. Owned and run by descendants of one of the city's founding families, Hotel Regidor
  • Hotel Libertador
    Hotel Libertador, though old-fashioned and past-due for some remodeling and redecorating (think retro mustard-yellow color schemes), has clean rooms, a good Argentine-style complimentary breakfast, and is conveniently located in a quiet location up the hill from Plaza Independencia. The 61-room hot
  • Hotel Belén
    Hotel Belén is the most extravagant lodging in the area. The hotel, which is only a few years old, has spacious rooms with nice wood furnishings, as well as an on-site conference center and game room. The bathrooms are clean with hot water. The hotel has cable TV, air conditioning, a summer bar and
  • Hotel Samay
    Hotel Samay is nothing special, but the rooms are clean, albeit not well-lit, with comfortable beds. Each room has a small private bathroom with hot water.
  • Posta de Purmamarca Hostal
    It may have â??Hostalâ? in the title, but this lavish, eco-friendly hotel is most definitely not a hostel. Its â??hotel rates,â? however, are a steal for the quality and comfort they buy: cozy (yet large) rooms, environmentally friendly practices, and staff ready to help with anything from l
  • La Reliquia
    It doesn't get more budget than this. Primarily a camping facility (with tents for rental), La Reliquia also has one shared eight-bed dorm and one private four-bed room. All are very basic accommodations at very basic prices. Use of the cluttered kitchen is not advisable, but sleeping this cheap any
  • Los Colorados
    This mountain retreat is definitely reserved for those who want (and can afford) a special treat. The high prices, however, are worth every penny. The sunburnt adobe cabañas are cradled in a mountain of their same color, and outfitted with potbelly stoves, large modern kitchens, and luxurious bath
  • Hostal Humahuaca
    This cozy hostel is like a little dose of home. In Humahuaca. A small patio with a grill and shaded tables is just the beginning of its appeal. The warm interior is marked by clean whitewashed walls and rich wood paneling, with the occasional colorful flower pot. Most rooms have painted cheery color
  • El Portillo
    It doesn't get much more typical Humahuaca than this little adobe dwelling in the center of town. Doubles, triples and quads come with private bathrooms for a little extra than hostel prices. The patio that leads to the rooms overflows with plant life. But, the small rooms are decorated simply with
  • Casa Los Molles
    There is a reason this hosteria has the word "casa" (house/home) in its name- it couldn't be homier. The colorful adobe cabañas are clean and comfortable. Each have access to the peaceful outdoor area, complete with organic garden and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The grill, yard to
  • El Antigal
    A mere block from Plaza Prado, this quiet hotel is luxury without the luxury price tag. The rooms are spacious and clean, with full bathrooms and pretty yet sparse décor. Many rooms open onto a cool, quiet patio and those that do not are close by. Breakfast is included. For an extra charge, guests
  • Residencial Tucumán
    Tolerable, reasonably priced hotels are difficult to find in Catamarca. One of the few is Residencial Tucumán. This clean hostel offers accommodations with private bath and cable TV. The rooms also have WiFi access and internet portal. An additional plus of Residencial Tucumán is its location, on
  • Amerian Catamarca Park Hotel
    Amerian Catamarca Park Hotel is a architecturally striking inn. Its sheer-glass walls rise seven stories, giving the suites incredibly views of the mountains surrounding Catamarca. These accommodations are of two rooms, plus bathroom outfitted with jacuzzi. The less-expensive interior rooms don't h
  • Hotel Avenida
    Hotel Avenida is a walk-up hotel in Santiago del Estero's budget area. Climbing the stairs to the lobby, potential guests are greeted by the native-motif sculptures by artist Irinaldo that deck the walls. Hotel Avenida offers two types of accommodations. In the sector empresarial,
  • Hotel Carlos V
    Hotel Carlos V, Santiago del Estero's highest regarded hotel, is a place befitting a king. The modern skyscraper building on the southwest corner of Plaza Libertad has 97 well-appointed rooms with private bath, minibar, cable TV and other necessities. The two-room suites have extras like DVD libra
  • Savoy Hotel
    Savoy Hotel, on the Tucumán pedestrian mall, is a classic hotel of the 1920s. The four-story hostel's façade is accented by bowed balconies. The entry hall leads to the lobby, where a broad staircase sweeps guests up to their accommodations. (The hotel also has an elevator.) The 80 well-decorat
  • Hoteldelmar
    Small and warm, family hotel with 16 rooms, 8 with private bathroom and 8 with shared bahtroom. All de rooms have brand new mattreses and somiers, all the bathrooms are new, the hotel its very clean with great service.Breakfast with cofee, tea, milk, croissants, toasts, pudding and cakes, good price
  • The Rayentray
    The Rayentray, though not particularly fancy, is a safe bet for your stay in Trelew. The 110-room hotel is centrally located near the main plaza, and offers clean, comfortable accommodations at a reasonable price. The spacious rooms have cable TV and WiFi (though the signal is weak in some habitati
  • Home Hotel Buenos Aires
    Run by a pleasant Argentine/English couple, this new boutique hotel is redefining cool in the already cool Palermo Viejo neighborhood. Attention to detail and design is apparent in the 18 rooms where distinct vintage French wallpapers set the tone; each room has a different feel and all are complete
  • Che Lulu Guest House
    Tucked away in one of Palermo's charming alleyways, Che Lulu combines a feeling of seclusion with quick access to the area's chic shops, bars and restaurants. The eight rooms are comfortable, bright, decorated with local artwork and, for the hot summer months, mercifully air conditioned. An antique
  • Pragamisiones
    Pragamisiones is a green subtropical nature paradise in the middle of vibrant Guarani culture and real adventure, but it also provides all the comfort you demand. As travelers, mainly backpackers, we know quite well whats important for you-what you expect to be satisfied once you arrive
  • Abode Buenos Aires
    Abode offers the benefits of a perfect Palermo location and personal service without the price tag of a boutique hotel. If you are looking for something special, Abode offers a relaxed oasis amid the hurly burly of this fantastic city. With several years of knowledge of Buenos Aires and Argentina,
  • BoBo Hotel
    Sleek and stylish, innovative and creative, BoBo has taken Palermo's design and boutique hotel upsurge to rewarding new levels. With only seven rooms, each with a unique design style, BoBo is able to pay attention to the details: the service is highly individualized, and the rooms intricately decked
  • Cristal Palace
    This sophisticated but comfortable hotel in the heart of Belgrano is conveniently located on a quiet tree-lined street, just a couple blocks from Avenida Cabildo and a nearby Subte station. Rooms are spacious and bright, although perhaps a bit serious. The lobby sets the tone with sleek black furni
  • Cabildo Suites
    If you are traveling with a group of two or more friends and are looking for a relatively affordable place to stay in Belgrano, you won't find many options. That's why Cabildo Suites is a good bet. Located on the very loud and busy Avenida Cabildo, you'll be near the Subte and surrounded by clothin
  • Hotel San Antonio
    The best pair of words to describe this hotel is: small and cute. Those two adjectives describe everything from the dining room where the complimentary breakfast is served to the elevator and immaculately kept rooms. The rooms are a bit small but the price is comparable to other hotels in the area.
  • Sheraton Buenos Aires: Hotel and Convention Center
    The other bigger than the train station that gives the neighborhood its name is the Sheraton. Located on one of the main thoroughfares in the city, it is central to just about everything. Because of the many business offices in the area and the on-site convention center, it tends to be with professi
  • LoiSuites Arenales
    (ROOMS: $100-160) LoiSuites Arenales is one of three LoiSuites hotels in Buenos Aires. You'll find zero local flavor at LoiSuites, as comfort certainly takes precedence over culture here, but for a chain, these hotels have a distinctly boutique feel. The rooms are modern, stylishly minimalist and
  • Apart Hotel Bahía
    Apart Hotel Bahía is a typical example of this class of lodging. Six rooms are set along a small patio that doubles as a carport. The accommodations are simply furnished with bed and shelves. Their private bathrooms are small. When winter chill settles in, space heaters make the rooms toasty warm.
  • Sheraton
    The Sheraton is generally used for work, rather than pleasure. It has a good conference center and is located close to the business district of the city, but there are definitely better options when it comes to décor, ambiance, and location. Basically, this hotel could be a Sheraton in any major c
  • Cahuel Buenos Aires Hotel
    The Hotel Cahuel offers comfortable, spacious single and double rooms with private bathrooms, within a few blocks of a very popular shopping destination: the Córdoba Avenue outlets. The tastefully decorated rooms are equipped with a mini-bar, air conditioning and heat, and WiFi connection. Behind t
  • Faena Hotel Buenos Aires
    A hangout for jet-setters from around the world, this Philippe Starck-designed hotel is quickly becoming a symbol of "the new Argentina." Set in an impeccably restored grain warehouse built in the early 1900s, lush interiors combine with endless perks, including a state-of-the-art spa and infinity
  • Grunwald
    In addition to furnished rooms and camping, this lodging option also offers a gourmet restaurant. Two-person rooms and four-person rooms are available with fan ventilation. The camping area has hot water, electric lighting, picnic tables and swing sets.
  • Annemarie
    Annermarie covers several areas of tourism in Villa Paranacito. In addition to fully equipped bungalows, there is also an in-house tour operator who arranges fishing trips and boat tours. The bungalows have A/C, heating, cable TV, fans and barbeques.
  • BA Stop
    In a refurbished hotel from the 1860s, BA Stop is an affordable option that provides a little old world charm. Between the many young travelers and the sometimes overpowering street noise, the place isn't the quietest in town, but if you've had enough silence in the lonely plains of Patagonia, you
  • Alvear Palace Hotel
    The pinnacle of Recoleta's opulence, this classic luxury hotel is consistently ranked among the best in South America and the world; naturally, it is also the city's most expensive, with a minimum room rate of $425. The Alvear's regality is not its only draw: perks such as personal butler service, a
  • Design Suites & Towers
    A great location for sightseeing and shopping, Design Suites & Towers is close to downtown, Recoleta, and is just a couple of blocks from the numerous shops of Avenida Santa Fe, yet tucked away on a quieter (if not quiet) side street. A stylish staff greets visitors in a lobby graced with a decorat
  • Turismo Bonanza
    Bonanza offers a range of lodging options. They have both fully equipped rooms as well as outdoor camping. The rooms fit four persons each, with one double bed and two singles. They also have a kitchen, refrigerator, television, heating and air conditioning.
  • Alpenhaus
    It's impossible to miss Alpenhaus on any tour round the Tigre delta. Sitting behind landscaped gardens and a pool on the waterfront, the main building looks like a mountain lodge in the Swiss Alps. But novelty value aside, the place is a wonderf
  • Hilton Buenos Aires
    Beautiful inside and out, this grand hotel has eight stories, which includes a spectacularly embellished lobby decked out with marble and glass. There are more than 400 rooms with first-class amenities and large bathrooms where you'll actually want to spend quality time. The various accomodations pa
  • Palace Hotel
    Don't be fooled by the name. Located on one of the quieter streets in the heart of Almagro, the Palace Hotel is more “grandpa's apartment” than “palace,” but with so few options in the neighborhood, this will do. The surprisingly sleek and simple rooms make up for a drab and unin
  • Tailor Made Hotels
    If you need a break from the backpacker/hostel circuit and would like to splurge on some truly luxurious accommodations you may want to give Tailor Made Hotel a try. Located in the heart of the Polo district of Buenos Aires this hotel is within walking distance of dozens of cafes, bars and
  • Estancia Quillen
    Estancia Quillén is one of the few places to stay within Parque Lanín that isn't located within San Martin de los Andes and isn't camping. The estancia is more than a century old and provides beautiful views with its location on a hill overlooking the Quillén River. Staff members will happily a
  • Casa Las Canitas
    Casa Las Cañitas is beloved by its loyal fans, who seem to come back again and again. The boutique hotel has just nine bedrooms (all en-suite), plus a charming garden space, wellness services and a wine-tasting bar. An outdoor BBQ and eating area feels like you've been invited into
  • Hotel Tres Sargentos
    If your company stiffed you on your expense account and you have an early morning meetings to get to in the area, the clean but sparse Tres Sargentos might be the place for you. It is the most affordable in the area and offers large beds in small, somewhat cramped rooms that were decorated sometime
  • Hotel Intercontinental
    Sitting behind the recently restored St. John the Baptist Church in the historic area of Montserrat, this hotel combines luxury and modernity with a grace of Argentine authenticity. Its several restaurants include a traditional parrilla (steak house) in a peaceful garden area, and a
  • Hotel Carly
    Located on the corner of Plaza Dorredo, at the very heart of San Telmo, this friendly, family-run hotel offers clean, no-frills accommodation. Simply furnished singles and doubles line the airy hallway of this old colonial house. To the rear of the building, a kitchen and large patio area offers gue
  • Ribera Sur Hotel
    The Ribera Sur Hotel offers a staggering surprise once one enters: an oasis of quiet (and air conditioning), as the doors to Avenida Paseo Colon shut out the bustle of the day. Opened in March 2007, this hotel is truly a marvel of its time. Without question one can sit back, relax and recharge batt
  • Hotel Los Robles
    Located four blocks from 9 de Julio, one of Buenos Aires' principal streets, this family-run San Telmo hotel is an option for the traveler looking for a cheap private room. The orange carpet and hexagonal light fixtures that hang from the hallway ceiling will not win any interior design awards, but
  • Hotel Bolivar
    The airy, tranquil Hotel Bolivar is a pleasant retreat from the busy streets of San Telmo. A former private home, the hotel has an inviting shabby-chic interiorâ??the chipping paint of its cheery yellow walls is all part of the charm. Rooms are sparsely decorated but clean and spacious, and the af
  • NH City & Tower
    City & Tower's central location is within a block of Plaza de Mayo, one of the city's most historically important and active public spaces. The hotel is one of several luxury properties of the NH chain, known for its simple yet stylish interior design. City & Tower lives up to that model with a spa
  • Hostel Tango Suites
    This newly renovated backpacker's haunt is a fine addition to the collection of San Telmo hostels. The owners have turned one of the neighborhood's classic buildings into a clean and relaxed hostel offering a range of services in a great location. Light pours into the sleekly decorated common area,
  • Gurda Tango & Winery Hotel
    Gurda is a concept boutique hotel, a typical old house, located at the heart of San Telmo (first Buenos Aires neighborhood). It has thematic rooms with the maximum comfort and a very original winery bar where you`ll be able to taste the most delicious meals, wines and cocktails made by our prestigio
  • Gran Hotel Hispano
    An affordable and friendly option in the heart of the city, the Gran Hotel Hispano provides clean, simple rooms only three blocks from the Plaza de Mayo. In the same block is BA's most emblematic old-time café, the legendary Café Tortoni, as well as the Academia Nacional de Tango. Rooms at the ba
  • Youkali Kultur Hotel
    NOTE: This business has closed. In a bold move, a young couple erected this hip hotel/bar/restaurant in the heart of what was then the red-light district of the low-rent Constitución neighborhood. City ordinances have moved most of the streetwalkers out of the area. The bar a
  • Ayres Porteños Hostel
    Ayres Porteños is the first thematic hostel of Buenos Aires. Great location in the San Telmo neighborhood. Excellent service and the most funny and cordial staff. Spacious and cosy rooms, delicious breakfast, telephone booths, free internet access, Wi-Fi, laundry, housekeeping service and lot of mo
  • Kilca Hostel
    In a beautifully restored old home in the historic Montserrat neighborhood, Kilca is one of Buenos Aires' most pleasant options and possibly the city's best value. The rooms are standard but clean and all of them have doors that open onto one of two well-landscaped, picturesque patios. A spacious fr
  • Che Lagarto
    Conveniently located on the border of San Telmo and the downtown commercial district, Che Lagarto is close to numerous transportation options and within walking distance of a host of tourist sights. Che Lagarto is clean, the staff is friendly, and there are a surprising number of services offered
  • Hotel Bien al Sur
    Hotel Bien al Sur is a clean, low-key hotel well-located in San Telmo. The rooms are neat and comfortable. The walls are thick, so if you care about getting your rest and maybe staying cool in the Argentine summer, Bien al Sur is a good option. There are several rooms, each of which is different. So
  • Axel Buenos Aires
    The Axel is billed as South America's first gay luxury hotel and a sequel to the Barcelona-based flagship. The lobby is designed with a waterfall that runs to a glass ceiling, which would be just another cliched Buenos Aires architectural device if it didn't double as the bottom of the rooftop swim
  • Hotel Colón
    For people who like city life and like to feel that they're in the middle of the it, Hotel Colón is the place to be. Just across 9 de Julio-"the world's widest avenue"-from the legendary Teatro Colón, the hotel's suites facing the street provide spectacular views of the theater and the "Obelisco".
  • Hostel Clan
    Hostel Clan is the place to land first in B.A. to get your bearings. Filled with information, friendly and exceptionally helpful staff, The Clan has established itself securely in the center of the backpacker scene. Expect loud music blasting from the rooftop bar, nightly events such as authentic a
  • Porta del Sur
    A bit quieter than some of the other hostels, this charming 19th century building located in downtown Buenos Aires is close to all major transportation arteries. Solo travelers will have no trouble making new friends at Porta del Sur. In addition to free tango and Spanish classes, the hostel arr
  • Milhouse Hostel
    Milhouse Hostel is a well-known rest stop perfect for young, energetic travelers on a budget. The location is conveniently in the Microcentro neighborhood of Buenos Aires, close to the metro and the Casa Rosada. Knowledgeable and friendly staff are available to lead various activities around tow
  • Art Deco Hotel & Suites
    Located in the heart of the city, just one block from the traditional “Obelisco,” two blocks from the National Theater Colon and just one block from 9 de Julio Avenue.Suites are fully equipped with kitchinette, minibar, full bathroom, high speed Internet, and there's WiFi connection in th
  • NH Jousten
    A commercial district landmark, NH Jousten's attractive downtown building has stood over Avenida Corrientes since the late 1920s. At one time graced by some of Argentina's most revered historical figures, including the Peróns, stylish interior upgrades have kept the beautiful old hotel modern and
  • Hostal del Bosque
    Clean, comfortable, and convenient, this apart hotel offers basic accommodations at a fair price. The spacious two-room suites, which can house up to four people, are somewhat bland in décor, but come equipped with large bathrooms, separate living areas, and basic kitchenettes. A limited number o
  • Boquitas Pintadas
    NOTE: This business has closed. Rock & Roll! Like the Chelsea Hotel in New York City and the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, this San Telmo bed and breakfast, which wears its shabby chic like a badge of honor, isn't for everyone. It's the kind of place that attracts artists and b
  • La Casa del Balcon
    Most people that dream of converting a seaside cottage into the perfect Bed and Breakfast would come up with a final product that ended up looking somewhat like La Casa del Balcon. Taste in design and style differs but the spirit would remain the same. The cozy houses features a shared living room
  • Piedras Suites
    All our rooms are duplex with fully equipped bathrooms, individual A/C and heating, safety box, balcony, double-pane glass windows for sound and climate insulation, fully equipped kitchen, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster and refrigerator/freezer, 32 inch LCD TV, DVD player, sommier Queen Siz
  • Hostel Colonial
  • Hotel Bauen
    For an interesting bit of tourism with a social conscience, try the Hotel Bauen. As was the case with numerous hotels, factories and businesses, the Bauen was closed after the 2001 crisis and has joined the ranks of a growing number of places where the workers have entered, taken over, and got busi
  • Apart Recoleta Hotel
    While the "men's club" next door may be off-putting for some, the price of this hotel cannot be beaten for its location and comfort. The Apart Recoleta Hotel is only a few minutes from the Cementerio and local restaurants, and covers all your basic needs, including air conditioning, free WiFi in the
  • Vulanche
    Located 200 meters away from the lake, Vulanche provides the most versatile lodging options in town. Visitors can choose from camping sites, hostel dorms, or private cabins, which is why a diverse group of travelers with all kinds of budgets can be found here. Indoor accommodations come with sate
  • Hotel Los Acantilados
    Hotel Los Acantilados has long been the place to stay in Puerto Deseado. This stone-embossed inn, perched atop a bluff overlooking the sea, is ideal for relaxing from the rigors of the road. Standard rooms have a view of the town; the more spacious suites have a sea vista, and those on the second s
  • Hospedaje Veláquez
    This family home has several rooms to let, sharing a bath at the end of the hall. In another wing across the driveway are rooms with private bathrooms and thir own heaters. All have cable TV. The rooms tend to be a bit cramped, with several beds piled in. But this basic hostel is safe and clean. The
  • Camping
    If your budget is more limited, camping will help ease the pocketbook. Campgrounds are open in summer only. Kawi Yoppen has sites with fire pits, and, in case of poor weather, refuges. Adults $3, minors $1.50, plus $1.50 per tent (camping or refuge). Ruta 3,
  • Hotel Capri
    Hotel Capri is a basic hostel. It is the cheapest, clean place a road-weary traveler will find to stay in Caleta Olivia. The staff is friendly and helpful, with years of experience. Rooms are simply furnished and not overly crowded. To save money, choose a room without a private bath, as the common
  • Camping In Colón
    Colón has a baker's dozen of campgrounds strung along its coast like river-polished agates. At holiday times, they are packed with budget-conscious Argentines. During the low season, only two are open weekdays. Club Piedras Coloradas charges $3 per tent, plus $4.25 per adult and $3 per child, per
  • Hotel Colón
    As one of the older hotels in Puerto Deseado, Hotel Colón has been welcoming travelers to this Patagonian port for several generations. The centrally located hostel shows its age a bit, but the rooms are clean. Each has a large closet, cable TV and private bathroom; singles are sparse. Most of the
  • St. Tropez
    St. Tropez (Quintana 178, Tel.# 02254482498, www.sainttropezpinamar.com.ar, Two people: $10, Three people, $14, Four people $17) is a camping ground located near the Albergue Bruno Valente hostel. It is outside of downtown but right on the beach. The campsite offers BBQ's, bathrooms with hot water
  • Hotel Austral
    Right across from the passenger ferry dock, towers one of Viedma's finest hotels, the Austral. This five-story inn has, with 100 rooms and 20 apartments, has very large rooms furnished with comfortable beds and over-stuffed leather chairs. Each has a private bath, complete with tub. Superior rooms
  • Hotel Percaz
    Hotel Percaz, located midway between Plaza 7 de Marzo and Plaza Alsina, is the most expensive hotel in Carmen de Patagones. The two-story, non-descript hotel also has rooms on the mezzanine level. Accommodations on the second floor are the most spacious. All rooms have Cable TV, heating and a
  • Hotel Pinto I
    Just a few blocks from the riverside park is Hotel Pinto I. This work-in-process hostel has comfortable (though humid-shabby) rooms along the glass-walled corridor to the patio. Each room has private bath, table and overstuffed chair where guests can curl up with their V!VA Travel Guide to plan t
  • Cabañas Koshem
    Cabañas Koshem's location just can't be beat. This small compound on a corner lot is only one block from Perito Moreno's bus terminal and from the Ruta 43-Ruta 40 crossroads. This hotel offers both rooms with private bath or, for a bit more, apartment-like cabañas for up to six people. All
  • Accommodations Summary
    Córdoba offers a wide variety of accommodations, from the most basic backpacker hostel to the most luxurious resort. For young travelers on a budget, there are a lot of fun, lively hostels located in the center of the city where you can easily meet up with fellow adventurers.
  • Hotel Robert
    Hotel Robert is an institution in Caleta Olivia. For years this 70-room hostel has been the favorite of business travelers and oil executives. The modern architecture may now classify it as an antique, but Hotel Robert is clean, well-kept, and the staff is friendly and efficient. Standard accommoda
  • Hotel Ismar
    Hotel Ismar is the nicest of the least expensive hotels in Sarmiento. All the rooms surround an interior patio that doubles as a parking lot. The accommodations are spacious with all the niceties a traveler needs, including cable TV. In winter, the heating helps keep you toasty when the frigid Pata
  • Hotel Virgo
    Hotel Virgo is the newest hotel in Las Leñas and is a nice divergence from the dated architecture and interior design of most of the ski area's accommodations. With 105 rooms, it is a massive presence at the bottom of the main part of the mountain. It's also just a short w
  • Hotel Del Centro
    Thousands of people pass by on this street, but few notice the small sign marking Hotel del Centro. A narrow entry hall leads back to a this inexpensive hostel. The downstairs rooms are along one side of a glass-walled corridor looking out onto the grape-arbored patio with BBQ. On the far side of t
  • Hotel Vaskonia
    Hotel Vaskonia is a basic, moderately priced hotel in the center of Puerto Madryn. This older building has two floors of rooms around a narrow patio. The upper level accommodations are cooler and more worn, but larger than those downstairs. All have private bath and cable TV. Unfortunately, all the
  • La Casona del Rio
    This is a unique familiar B&B located in a exclusive place nearby the Chubut River. You must be prepared to relax and live the owner's daily life at La Casona del Rio.
  • Australis Yene Hue
    Near the cruise ship pier, the 10-story, modern Hotel Australis Yene Hue towers. The lobby has a stone-wall fountain and contemporary art. Everything about this hotel says class. Its 71 rooms are lavishly decorated, with bathrooms equipped with Jacuzzis. The simpler ejecutivo rooms
  • Luciana Palazzo Hotel
    Luciana Palazzo Hotel is a 10-story palace in the heart of downtown Comodoro Rivadavia. The spacious rooms have comfortable beds, frigo-bar (extra charge), writing area and cable TV. Suites have a sitting room. The smaller junior suites have queen-size bed and hydromassage tub. For travelers needin
  • Rua Marina
    Rua Marina is another hotel that is favored by business people and tourists. The older section of this clean hotel is where the cheaper rooms are. Few of them have outside windows. Instead, they are illuminated by skylights. They also don't have TV. This is the section where the inn's few single ro
  • Hotel Los Lagos
    Hotel Los Lagos is a pleasant hostel on one of Sarmiento's side streets. All the small rooms are along a narrow corridor and come with private bath and cable TV. Hotel Los Lagos is one of the few hostels in Sarmiento that also has a restaurant.
  • Hotel Mareas
    Like a cormorant spreading its wings, Hotel Mareas perches on the corner of Las Grutas' main avenue, Río Negro, and El Cuy. The rooms, furnished for two to six guests, are a bit cramped but clean. All come with private bath, cable TV and heating. On the ground floor are a terrace and restaurant. T
  • Hotel Crown Casino
    The Hotel Crown Casino is one of the finest hotels in Las Grutas. This modern hotel large rooms with wooden floors and simple decorations. The rooms' windows are angled, so all have at least a partial view of the sea. The two front suites have full sea views, balconies and a seating alcove. The sui
  • Hotel España
    Hotel España is a clean hotel frequented by tourists and business people. On the lower floor, are the older rooms which are a bit cramped. These accommodations share the common bathrooms. Upstairs are the newer rooms. They are more spacious, and have private bathrooms. Needless to say, these are o
  • Hospedaje Belgrano
    Hospedaje Belgrano is one of Comodoro Rivadavia's cheapest lodging options. This family- and traveler-oriented hotel is in an older building. The rooms vary in size and dimension (one corner room is an interesting quarter-circle), so check before accepting a room. Exterior accommodations have large
  • Hostelería Costas Del Sur
    For over 20 years, Hostelería Costas del Sur has opened its doors to travel-worn tourists. This small, family-oriented hotel's rooms are set around a patio shaded by a grape-arbor. Many of the accommodations are over-crowded, so potential guests should check several before taking one. The bathroom
  • Hotel El Vasco
    Hotel El Vasco is a classic river port building of long-gone eras. Wrought-iron grill balconies overlook the boulevard below. Through tall windows, sunlight floods the rooms, all with private bath and cable TV. On a hot day, guests seek the arbor-shaded patio's coolness and listen to the birdsong.
  • Patagonia Queen Hotel Boutique
    This small 20-room boutique hotel opened up in November of 2007. Every room includes individual heating, cable TV, a mini fridge, a safe and a jacuzzi. It is prohibited to smoke in all of the rooms, but there is a patio open year-round for smokers. Although there is not an on-site restaurant, hotel
  • Mirador del Lago Hotel
    The elegant yet rustic stone and wood complex of Mirador del Lago is located on a large 2.5 acre property overlooking Lake Argentina. The hotel is just 500 m from downtown El Calafate, across from Redonda Bay, and is a comfortable place to admire the natural beauty of the area from the large windows
  • Esplendor El Calafate
    Decorated with clean contemporary furniture in beiges and browns, dramatic antler chandeliers, large fireplaces, modern art, and wood floors, this â??boutique hotelâ? is one of the exclusive Fën Hotels. Located in central El Calafate with views of Cerro Calafate and Lago Argentino, Hotel Espl
  • Hotel Kau Yatun
    Kau Yatun Hotel & Estancia. The experience of knowing The Glaciers is complete with the warmth that our staff offers. Located six blocks from downtown El Calafate, Kau Yatun Hotel & Estancia brings you closer to the history of the pioneers of the Patagonia Argentin
  • Cabañas Del Campo
    Cabañas Del Campo offers you lodging in cottages, apartments or rooms, within walking distance of town. The cottages and the hosteria (hotel) are located in large gardens full of trees. Tables, BBQs, swings and a slide for the children promote an ideal environment in which to have a good ti
  • Elan
    An exclusive hotel on the shores of Lago Argentino, right in Patagonia, with exceptional views of the lake and the Andes. The Elan Hotel boasts an exceptional service in a landscape of incredible beauty, renowned throughout the world. The Elan Hotel offers 50 rooms spread among three floors, some of
  • Design Suites
    Perched on the peak of the Nimes peninsula, Design Suites offers spectacular panoramic views of Lake Argentino. Designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, the emphasis here is on space and style. Common areas are open and bright, allowing the natural beauty of the surroundings to stand out. The
  • Ice Trekking
    If just seeing the mega glacier Perito Moreno isn't enough for you, if you feel you must also touch it, be in the midst of its blue-white spikes, then take a hike. Mini Trekking is a two-hour excursion across the ice field. If you're up for an even greater cha
  • Casa de Grillos B&B
    Bed and breakfast Casa de Grillos is ideally located for those looking to â??get away from it allâ? while still enjoying the conveniences of town. Eight blocks from Avenida del Libertador, Casa de Grillos in situated in one of the only wooded areas in otherwise sparse El Calafate, and is close t
  • Kau Kaleshen Hostería
    For location, Kau Kaleshen Hostería cannot be beat. Just steps from the conveniences of the main drag, this inn and tea house has modest yet comfortable and clean rooms with private bathrooms and individual heating. Rooms are situated around a pretty garden in the back, and in the front is the te
  • Hotel Posada Los Alamos
    With its red brick facade and surrounded by its namesake alamo trees, Hotel Posada Los Alamos is classic in style through-and-through. The interior of the complex features plaid carpeting and old English furniture, and rooms are styled in varying themes and color schemes. There are several luxurio
  • Hotel Kosten Aike
    What this hotel lacks in charm and character, it makes up for in location and consistency. Just a short walk from the restaurants and tourist agencies of the main thoroughfare, Kosten Aike Hotel is one of the biggest hotels in El Calafate, and offers guests all the basics (plus some extras) needed
  • Hosteria El Pilar
    Located in the wooded countryside outside of El Chalten, El Pilar is an estancia-style country house with ten simple yet comfortable rooms. As it is a secluded spot located near many trailheads, the hosteria has become popular with trekking groups looking for a quiet place to rest after a long day i
  • Hosteria Posada Lunajuim
    With dark wood tables, brick walls, book shelves, a big fireplace and funky art, the large restaurant-lounge area of the Posada Lunajuim is a comfortable spot to rest, read, or grab a drink and dinner. Each of the thirty rooms are uniquely decorated with the owner's personal art collection, and the
  • Cabañas Tunquelén
    Cabañas Tunquelén is a great option for those that are traveling in a small group and looking for something more accommodating than a basic hotel room. The cabins are spacious, clean and have a nice view of Cerro Piltriquitrón. Prices are reasonable, especially with the maid service that is inclu
  • Estancia Los Cuartos
    At Estancia Los Cuartos, travelers can get away from the bustle of the tourist crowds and step back into grandma's olden days. The 200-year-old ranch's white-washed, adobe main house is now a beautiful retreat with only seven rooms, all dressed in antiques passed down generation to generation. The
  • Hostería Thiamalú
    Hostería Thiamalú is a small, family-run inn. Its five rooms are spacious and well decorated. There are double, triple, and quadruple accommodations - some have bunks. All rooms have private bath with 24-hour hot water. Individual heaters allow you to keep the room as toasty as you like. Share hik
  • 279 Bed And Breakfast
    279 Boutique Bed+Breakfast is centrally located in the Historical section of Alta Gracia. 279 is within walking distance to all museums and restaurants. This 1910 Landmark House has two rooms that open up to the beautiful gallery and patio area. Both rooms have private bathrooms, queen size bed
  • Hotel El Austral
    Midways down Perito Moreno's main street, Avenida San Martín, is Hotel El Austral. This hotel of 1960s-era modern architecture has 20 large rooms for one to four persons. Travelers looking for a bit more space may opt for one of the four suites or an apartment. All of the pleasant accommodations h
  • La Montaña Cabañas
    Cabañas La Montaña is one of those quaint, rustic establishments that belong in Patagonia. The clean, open cabins are well-built using logs and stone from the area. Some of the places are equipped with Jacuzzi tubs and stone fireplaces, great for a romantic get-away. Each cabaña is set apart from
  • Albergue Patagonia
    Albergue Patagonia is a comfortable and clean hostel on the main drag, catering to travelers and backpackers on a budget. With a fully equipped kitchen and dining area for guests, hot showers, library, book exchange, reading loft, mountain bike rentals, and breakfast, you can't go wrong at this cozy
  • Nothofagus Bed and Breakfast
    Named after a native tree of Patagonia, Nothafagus B&B originally had just three rooms when it opened in 2001, but owners Eva and Gerardo expanded their cute eco-friendly home to accommodate more guests. The B&B now has seven rooms, four of them with shared bathrooms. Some rooms have a distinct log
  • Kalenshen
    The Kalenshen complex offers seventeen rooms in the hotel, in addition to six little cottages for 2 to 4 people with mini kitchens and outdoor barbeques, which can make a cozy setting for a private retreat. The rooms, restaurant, reading rooms, and lobby are decorated with handmade wood furniture, g
  • Los Cerros
    The owners of Los Notros, the luxury lodge that overlooks the Perito Moreno glacier, have recently set up shop in El Chaltén, opening the most extravagant hotel in town with multi-night all-inclusive packages. Los Cerros is sleek yet cozy, with panoramic windows to admire the sweeping views of the
  • Lo de Tomy
    Opened in 2005, Lo de Tomy offers a large, equipped house with a kitchen (includes help from a maid and cook), dining and living rooms, and three bedrooms for up to six people, which rents for $350 a night. This complex also offers apartments, with single beds for $30 a night, and double beds for $8
  • Estancia La Quinta
    Estancia La Quinta is an old, converted ranch house nestled against the foothills of Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. The hotel, still owned by the granddaughter of the original pioneering family, retains its historic charm, but has been renovated with a fresh coat of soft yellow paint inside and out, and
  • Posada Cavieres
    This small three-room bed and breakfast in the picturesque vineyard of Coquimbito can house a maximum of 12 people. Posada Caviere's spacious garden is an excellent place to relax under the sun, while more ambitious guests can either grab a complimentary bike to ride to a nearby winery or take a 4x
  • Bahía Blanca Hostel
    (ROOMS: $38 - 180) Even the hostels in Bahía Blanca are expensive. However, this hostel does a pretty good job of providing the important amenities, including 24-hour hot water, WiFi, a bar/hangout area and bike rentals. The rooms are nothing special, but this is one of the cheapest options in the
  • Estancia La Margarita
    Located just 280 kilometres from Buenos Aires, the location of the estancia is perfect for many visitors to take a short holiday. This is a traditional working estancia that has been sympathetically refurbished over the last 3 years to provide a comfortable and homely environment. A place you can ho
  • Estancia Ave Maria
    Asunti welcomes guests into her small and impeccably cared for, French-style farmhouse. Guests can wander or take a horseback ride amidst rolling hills and open skies in this real-life watercolor. Then, settle down to a culinary Euro-Argentine feast, complete with fresh organic vegetables from the c
  • Hostel Estoril
    Housed in a century-old building two blocks from the Plaza del Congreso, Estoril is a favorite of backpackers who want to be right in the center of things. The Hostel is clean and spacious, with free internet and WIFI plus access to a great view from the rooftop terrace. The hostel is located on o
  • B.A. Stop
    A little more party-orientated than other accommodation options in this neighborhood, B.A. Stop is a small hostel with helpful staff who can organize activities, trips and even massages. Only shared bathrooms (which can get quite crowded) are available here. Pool, table-tennis, TV and DVDs are on
  • La Rocca Hostel
    La Rocca Hostel is conveniently located near all subway lines, a few blocks from both the Obelisco and Congresso, and near the Corrientes theatre district. It's in a traditional old building with high ceilings, high security, helpful staff, laid back youthful atmosphere, and is decently clean. The h
  • Marcopolo Inn
    About an hour and a half out into the delta, The Marcopolo Inn Nautico is technically a hostel, but offers great added extras like meditation, reflexology, a spa, computers with unlimited internet access, and a small private beach. Rooms include double, triple and twin, and range from 170-200 pesos
  • Estancia Cristina
    This luxury estancia enjoys one of the most remote locations in El Calafate. Situated on the northern bank of Lake Argentino, a breathtaking four-hour catamaran ride (which features intimate views of floating icebergs and the famous Upsala Glacier), is the only way to reach this secluded estate. On
  • Hostel Suites Palermo
    This impeccably clean, spacious and bright newly renovated geriatric home has all the style of its Palermo surroundings without the overwhelming party feel of its sister hostel, Tango Backpackers. Plenty of private rooms (doubles and triples) are available with private bathrooms. But, there are only
  • Palermo House
    This three-tiered youth hostel offers unbeatable access to Palermo Soho's restaurants, shopping and nightlife, but can be a good place to rest your head as well. With several private rooms, including a quirky two-bed loft, as well as four small but liveable dorms and a large, brightly lit meeting a
  • Rancho Urbano
    Hostel Rancho Urbano is conveniently located in Almagro, two blocks from the subway (B line) and within walking distance of the trendier Palermo SOHO. The hostel provides sparsely furnished, but clean rooms with either private or shared bathrooms. There are also spacious dorms with four bunk beds e
  • Tango Backpackers
    With its prime location in trendsetting Palermo Viejo, this is one of the area's most popular party hostels. Still, you may have to sacrifice certain luxuries—like dorm space or bathroom cleanliness—for cheap beer and a social environment. A huge terrace features a grill and plenty of seat
  • Santo
    Located just blocks from the corner of 9 de Julio and Av. de Mayo, Santo Hostel is well-served by nearby bus and subway lines making it the perfect base from which to explore historic Buenos Aires and the rest of Argentina. The beautifully restored exterior of this converted 1930's house is ma
  • El Sol Hostel De Recoleta
    Situated in the southern edge of Recoleta, and walking distance to the Microcentro, this pleasant hostel in a French-style building is great value for its location. Built in 1890, making it one of the city's older buildings, the atmosphere is calm and the staff helpful. Lockers and luggage storage
  • El Rincon Hostel
    A more affordable option than many of the luxury hotels in the area, El Rincon Hostel is a short walk to town, and offers both large rooms with private bathrooms as well as family-friendly campsites. With a swimming pool, large park, game room, volleyball courts and football fields, the kids are sur
  • Posada San Andrés
    Posada San Andrés is the hotel to stay at when in La Cumbre. This posh place has a pool, Jacuzzi, live shows, a huge reserve, cable TV, room service and, of course, private bathrooms. Everything is well kept and sparkling clean.
  • San Luis Hostel
    This hostel draws a lot of backpackers and other travelers on a budget. The rooms are clean, the staff is friendly and the surrounding area is safe. There are singles and doubles available with private bathrooms.
  • Posada
    Posada is a quaint little bed and breakfast that is worth a stay, assuming it's not full. The beds are clean and the bathrooms have hot water. The decoration is simple but nice, and the breakfasts will fill you up before an afternoon exploring the area. Posada is a good mid-range option.
  • Residencial Old Garden
    This well-kept residence is one of the nicest economical options in the province. The antique house is home to the live-in owners and has a large garden that is a favorite resting place of the resident pooch. The rooms are clean and bright, especially when the afternoon sun pours in. Expect to pay b
  • Sheldany
    Shared rooms, private baths in each one, close to the principal shopping malls and supermarkets, also bars, and bus stops. Free Internet, lockers, towels and use of kitchen.
  • Palenque Hostel
    Palenque Hostel is a great downtown option with exceptionally friendly staff and all of the services you could ever want. The hostel has a family like feel and although it is not an all night party, weekly BBQ´s and free empanada nights are lively. Free WiFi internet, a ping pong table, a clean,
  • Marco Polo Inn Calafate
    This Hostelling International affiliate provides a comfortable and fun atmosphere to mix and mingle with other travelers: shoot some pool in the common room, have a drink at the bar, or catch up on some TV viewing as you lounge on the couch. Single, double, and triple rooms are available, and there
  • La Casa En Ushuaia
    ¨LA CASA EN USHUAIA¨ is a warm wooden guest house designed and refurbished by its owner/architect, very conveniently located at barely two hundred meters from Downtown Ushuaia with nice views of the Encerrada Bay.

    But perhaps the most important will be the possibility of chating with
  • Punta Ballena Hostel
    Punta Ballena Hostel is a clean, quiet hostel. It has private rooms for two to four persons, with private bath (curiously separate from the room, located off the back patio). The six-person dorms have individual lockers where travelers may secure their belongings. All accommodations have heating to
  • Residencial Belgrano
    Residencial Belgrano is just marginally better than the cheap options along Calle Belgrano. The small, basic rooms have a fan to keep you cool during Formosa's sweltering days and nights, a TV that may or may not work, and a private bath. Despite being well-worn by the humid climate, the hotel
  • Che Patagonia
    Che Patagonia is one of Puerto Madryn's most sought-after hostels, for its privileged location. What makes this two-story brick house so located just a half-block from the beach, is that guests have a view of passing Southern right whales while having breakfast. The second-floor balcony is another
  • Finca Adalgisa
    ($260-$390) Finca Adalgisa combines luxury accommodation with more than 100 years of winemaking history in its boutique vineyard hotel. Established in 2001, the hotel remains hidden despite standing only a few blocks from the Chacras de Coria community. Surprisingly, that is exactly how the owners
  • Garden House Art Factory
    The Garden House is an art hostel where you will find a diferent concept in lodging. The chilled bohemian atmosphere sucks you in and you can't help but relax. The staff are fun and a good reflection of the location.
  • Hotel Muñíz
    (ROOMS: $117 - 338) The Hotel Muñíz is located in Bahía's downtown sector, and is likely one of the classiest places you could stay in the city. The hotel offers a wide variety of rooms (all of which are expensive), but they come well-equipped. The hotel provides a wide array of amenities, inclu
  • Hotel Canciller
    Hotel Canciller is one of the few budget options in Bahía Blanca, and it's not all that cheap. However, the hotel provides basic, cozy rooms with a fan, cable TV and a snack bar. Canciller is located in the downtown area, just six blocks from the central Plaza Rivadavia. It's a solid, cheaper opti
  • Spring Creek Lodge
    Located 10 km outside of Junín, Spring Creek Lodge is a serene environment that attracts many fishermen due to its location on the Chimehuin River, but all guests can enjoy the spectacular views of volcano Lanín. The upscale lodge includes all of the amenities you'd expect to find at a high-end
  • Estancia Ranquilco
    Estancia Ranquilco is a vast expanse of land in the Argentine Patagonia, stretching across leagues of high steppe land, river valleys, meadows, and jagged cliffs into the very heart of the Andes, and finally terminating at the border with Chile. Come stay at this private horse and cattle ranch and e
  • El Rio Dorado Lodge
    Constructed with Patagonian stone and wood, the beautiful Rio Dorado Lodge is the only four-star lodging option in Junín de los Andes. The lodge was built by local fly fishermen who included a fly shop on the premises. Rio Dorado attracts a large number of fishers and offers fly-fishing classes
  • Austral Hotel
    The four-star Austral Hotel is centrally located in downtown Bahía Blanca, two blocks away from Plaza Rivadavia. The hotel offers a laundry service, parking, a restaurant/bar, cable TV and AC. Rooms are clean, well-maintained and resemble those of a mid-range American hotel chain, so nothing too
  • Land Plaza Hotel
    New to Bahía Blanca is the luxurious Land Plaza Hotel, which offers all of the accoutrements; a spa, fitness center with a heated pool and spacious rooms with WiFi and AC. The hotel is located in the center of downton, just three blocks from the Plaza Rivadavia. This is likely one of your most ups
  • Belvedere Hosteria
    Belvedere Hosteria (Bunge 7167, Tel. # 02254482233, www.hosteriabelvedere.com.ar ; Single: $53, Double: $86, Triple: $123) has a great location. Only a block from the beach and right near Pinamars center it offers great access to all aspects of the Pinamar experience. It has clean and comfortable ro
  • Hotel Casablanca
    Hotel Casablanca (Avenida De los Tritones 258, Tel.# 2254482474, call for prices which very by season) Located in the â??heartâ? of Pinamar, the St. Tropaz is a few minutes walk from downtown and a little off the beach. It has a nice patio lawn for lounging in semi privacy compared to the beache
  • Dormy Houses
    There are a number of these with names like Laquir, Liguen, Milla, and Payen, and they are the mountain's most affordable options. Naturally they are further from the lifts, but nothing is really too far from the lifts in Las Leñas. The rooms are stripped down and filled w
  • Casaguaymare Apartment
    Casa Guaymaré is an apartment/house for temporary visits to the city of Mendoza. For tourism, business or simply a short visit, you will be welcomed by our family. The house has 2 bedrooms with space and equipment for 6 people, a dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and washroom. It also has a TV, musi
  • International Nest
    International Nest is the only high end vacation rental company in Buenos Aires. It offers incredible houses and apartments in Buenos Aires. It prides itself in having the best service in Buenos Aires for owners and renters. International Nest reliable and select only the best properties. Internati
  • Patio de Moreno
    New, nice and expensive, this small â??hotel with personalityâ? in downtown Areco offers six modern rooms, all with AC, WiFi, telephone and safe. Two deluxe rooms have flat screen televisions. They are all comfortable, spotless and more upscale than most of the other hotels in town. A centra
  • Hotel Fuaz
    The Hotel Fuaz lies about 10 minutes outside of San Antonio or Areco, farther than is convenient to walk, but taxis are inexpensive. It has a lovely atmosphere, and the rooms are small, but well-kept and nice looking. There's a swimming pool with patio and foliage. There is also a bar, air condit
  • Via Via Joker Traveler´s Buenos Aires Cafe
    Five blocks from Plaza Dorrego, the Via Via Buenos Aires Café and Hostel grants travelers backstage access to the heartbeat of San Telmo's unique tango and café culture, swapping front-row for budget prices. The airy, colonial house is charmingly refurbished and comfortable, with simple rooms (fi
  • Hostal de Granados
    The friendly and knowledgeable staff at Hostal de Granados makes every passer through feel at home in the heart of Buenos Aires' San Telmo neighborhood. An economical option for travelers more interested in experiencing a lively, open environment than luxurious amenities. The colonial building is we
  • Hostel Nomade II

    NOTE: This business has closed. Spacious and exceptionally clean, Hostel Nomade II is the kind of place where one might come to stay for a week and end up s

  • Ostinatto Hostel
    The Ostinatto, conveniently located in San Telmo, is a clean, friendly hostel catering to the backpacker crowd. There are several dorm-style rooms, each of which has a small locker for your stuff (bring your own lock). Bathrooms are busy-one shower per approximately 10 beds-but clean. The Ostinatto
  • Antico Hostel Boutique
    For comfort in backpacking, the lovely Antico Hostal Boutique is a prize among Buenos Aires hostels; the main problem guests say they have with it is that they don't care to leave. Located in a restored 1900's house, the inside is beautifully furnished and has a cozy, colorful decor, which is a cut
  • Hotel Varela
    The Hotel Varela is actually more of a hostel catering to budget minded travelers flocking to Buenos Aires. Its location is ideal for the various barrios (or districts) and offers sizeable rooms, some ensuite, others with shared bathroom. There are no amenities worth mentioning, though the
  • Hostel Carlos Gardel
    Named after tango superstar Carlos Gardel, this trendy hostel is well-decorated accordingly, with all manner of colorful memorabilia. At the center of San Telmo, rooms in this 4-story colonial building are bright and well-maintained. All are equipped with lockers, air conditioning and private bathro
  • Calfucurá
    The 4* Calfacurá seems to be the best option for accommodation in town. It is conveniently located one block from the bus terminal and includes a restaurant, so choosing to stay here is easy. An impressive and very long reception leads on to comfortable, though unimaginative rooms. The complimentar
  • Lihuel Calel
    Lihúel Calel is a low-rise hotel toward the south of the town. What it lacks in location, it makes up for in a lovely, quiet pool, that is framed by well-kept lawns. A good value option with all the usual amenities.
  • Hotel San Martin
    The San Martin is rumored to be the first hotel in Santa Rosa, and it is still well run and one of the cheapest options in town. Opposite the old railway station and a short walk from the Plaza, the '20s style hotel offers clean rooms with oddly tall ceilings. Breakfast is served in a lovely bright
  • Hostel Nomade

    NOTE: This business has closed. This renovated mansion, located in the laid-back, artsy neighborhood of San Telmo, and on the same block as the Plaza Dorreg

  • Challhuaquen Lodge
    Fishing enthusiasts who have large budgets love to stay at Challhuaquen Lodge, which was created by fishermen for fishers. All six of the lodge's elaborate rooms have great views of the Rio Grande/Rio Futaleufu, which provides an excellent spot for fishing just below the lodge. Fishers can get da
  • Municipal García Lorca
    This is the best campsite in Alta Gracia for those who like to experience the true essence of the backpacking lifestyle. Facilities are basic, so be sure to bring water and other supplies, which are easily found in the shops around town.
  • Reina
    Reina is a popular option for backpackers in search of a decent hostel. Rooms are not sparkling clean, but good enough for the few bucks it costs for a night of rest. The showers have hot water and the place tends to draw a more youthful crowd.
  • Che Pampa's Hostel
    Hostel Che Pampa is another good option for backpackers on a budget. Located minutes away from the riverfront as well as the Monumento Nacional a la Bandera, it has a great central location. Clean rooms, a BBQ, air conditioning, breakfast and WiFi are all standard.
  • Rosario Inn
    Rosario Inn is located on a cobble street in front of beautiful little fountain right down on the riverfront. Only a stone's throw away from the weekend fairs and cultural fairs, it is right in the middle of the river bustle. The arts-artisan vibe flows from the streets right into inside this backp
  • Arriba Rosario
    Arriba Rosario is a tranquil backpacker's hostel. When you walk into the entryway and up the marble staircase, gazing up at the stained-glass skylight, you know this wasn't a family home. Once upon a time this glamorous building was the Italian embassy. The spacious rooms are now dormitories, set u
  • Paraná Art Hostel
    Paraná Art Hostel's architecture is a work of art. Its interior space is divided into various split levels, like a Modrian painting. (A word of caution: there are many stairs.) This hostel has dorm rooms with four to eight beds, and a private room for couples. The common bathrooms are clean and la
  • La Casona de Don Jaime
    La Casona de Don Jaime actually has two locations known as Don Jaime 1 and Don Jaime 2, which are located about four blocks from one another and close enough to walk to from Plaza Sarmiento. Don Jaime 1 is a bit smaller and shares space with Roots Reggae bar, creating a vibrant atmosphere with plen
  • Hostel Santa Fe
    Amazingly, the cheapest place to stay in Santa Fe is also in a nice neighborhood. Hostel Santa Fe offers budget-conscience travelers five- and six-bed dorms with individual lockers. This super-clean hostel also has a swimming pool, patio and other amenities to help road-weary travelers relax. The w
  • Penthouse 1004
    Renowned as one of the best hostels in Argentina, Penthouse 1004 epitomizes backpacker bang for the buck. The highlight of this lodge is the view. From the 10th floor of the Bariloche Center Building - the tallest building in town - guests are treated to sweeping views of Lago Nahuel Huapi and the s
  • Casa Esmeralda
    Set in a former Buddhist center, this clean and cozy guesthouse retains all the good vibes of its former tenants. The shady Zen garden, replete with fish pond and hammocks, and a sunny terrace get you out of the somewhat stuffy dorm rooms. But, the stuffiness won't bother you in the private rooms; t
  • Timbó Posada
    The posada has double and triple rooms with private bath and air conditioner and a suite for seven people. The suite has a double and a single room, four beds in a dorm and two bathrooms. Timbó Posada offers a green area, which is ideal for reading and meditation. It is simply a small piece of jun
  • Vuela el Pez
    Vuela el Pez is the only real hostel in town. Located between the downtown businesses and the refreshing riverfront, this singular hostel has a cheerful atmosphere, a nice clean kitchen, free Internet and breakfast is included in all prices. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed and a self-proclaime
  • Hostel Inn Iguazú
    Hostel Inn Iguazú's grounds was formerly a casino-hotel with an absolutely to-die-for swimming pool. The casino's festive spirit continues to live on in this hotel, with plenty of partying and a bar that stays open until 2 a.m. Hostel Inn Iguazú also sponsors BBQs, tango shows and other events. T
  • Hostel Gualeguaychú
    Hostel Gualeguaychú has so much to offer budget-minded travelers. Located just a half-block from the riverfront drive, it has a two-level, roof-top terrace with BBQ grill, a large, fully equipped kitchen, a place to wash clothes, free Internet and other amenities to help backpackers save money. Th
  • El Jardín
    This youth hostel in downtown Ushuaia appeals to the adventurous, backpacking types. The rooms and bathrooms are shared, but the prices include breakfast, kitchen facilities and let's not leave out the panoramic view of both the Beagle Channel and the Martial Glacier. Accordingly to its name, El Jar
  • Playa Grande Hostel
    The only HI hostel in the area is the place to go for active travelers looking to take advantage of all the sporting and adventure opportunities in the area and meet likeminded folks. The hostel arranges everything from Spanish classes to kite surfing, diving and mountain biking. It is located just
  • Hostel Namaste
    This relatively new hostel offers several comfortable dorm rooms as well as a few private rooms. It´s close to all Mar del Plata has to offer, including downtown shopping, theaters, casinos and the beach. Hostel Namaste has several amenities including free airport pickup, a games room, and Inte
  • Casa Chango
    Casa Chango is the perfect example of budget accommodations going the extra mile. Once a family-run factory, the ranch-style building is now a colorful, friendly place to sleep—and so much more. Rooms are minimalist but clean and comfortable, and dorms have themes (white, blue, graffiti, etc.)
  • Baires Apartments
    If you're in a couple or group, then it may make sense to rent an apartment for your time in the city. A two-bedroom place (sleeps four people) with Baires Apartments starts from about $100 USD per person per week. Towels and bed sheets are all in place, and most of the accommodatio
  • Albergue Bruno Valente
    Albergue Bruno Valente (Mitre and Nuestras Malvinas, Tel. # 02254 482908; Dorm: $17 at peak season, membership cards will save you $3 a night but must be bought during off season) is the only true hostel in town. Located just a few hundred feet from the beach and about eight blocks from downtown, th
  • Hostel Argentino
    Since the 1920s, Hostel Argentino has been the stopping place for backpackers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and other budget travelers. Recently renovated, this family-run hotel has large dorm rooms with two to four bunk beds (upon arrival, guests must make up their own with provided sheets and blank
  • Hostel Amanecer De La Bahía
    Hostel Amanecer de la Bahía has a fine location atop the hill from the bay, across from Parque Yatana. Guests arriving at this family-run inn receive a warm w
  • Freestyle Backpackers Hostel
    Just three blocks from the bay, Freestyle is a new luxury hostel with clean lines, hard wood floors, and comfy leather couches in common areas. Choose bunk beds in shared rooms with private bathrooms for AR 60/ $16 or shared bathrooms for AR 50 / $14. A fully equipped kitchen with large stoves and
  • Hostel Cruz del Sur
    Located in the center of town, this colorful hostel is warm and welcoming for sociable backpackers on a budget. Walls are lined with travel memorabilia—maps, photos, postcards—and upstairs you'll find cozy common areas with cable TV, a library, and a kitchen to make yourself at home. The n
  • Apart Hotel Geminis
    Apart Hotel Geminis is representative of numerous condo-style accommodations available in Las Leñas. Geminis, like most other places here, provides large rooms with beds throughout, a small fridge, a microwave, and laundry services. Geminis also has a heated pool, but some
  • Hostel Patagonia País
    Located on the northern edge of downtown, Hostel Patagonia País is close to many of Ushuaia's services and attractions. Ramón and his family give a warm welcome to travelers and are ready to help them explore the region. Four-, six- and eight-person dorms ar
  • Hostel Yakush
    Yakush is run by an extremely friendly Ushuaian local, who has created an immaculately clean and bright hostel with big windows overlooking the main drag. This hostel offers big rooms, bunks and double beds, and a comfortable, funky lounge with futons, an exchange library, tourist information intern
  • Maggie's B&B
    Truly like a home away from home, Maggie's is a welcome respite from the chaos of downtown B.A. There are never more than five guests staying here, and visitors rave about the charming hostess, Maggie, who is always on hand to offer insider info on the city, especially the tango scene. The upst
  • Hospedaje Elcira

    Hospedaje Elcira is the place many budget travelers choose to over night in Río Gallegos. Located five blocks from the bus terminal, owners Elcira and Luis offer shared rooms with a common bath. Although a bit cramped, the accommodations are clean and have closets to stow luggag

  • Hespedaje Nevado de Cachi
    Hespedaje Nevado de Cachi is a fine budget hostel in Cachi. The rooms are simple but clean, and there is hot water. The staff will also help arrange tours of the immediate area if asked.
  • Nómade Hostel
    Nómade Hostel fits into the scenery perfectly, with its sprawling western ranch house architecture. Harnesses hang from the beams, wagon wheels and other items scatter the large yard. In fact, so much is scattered around, outside and in, that it is a pack-rat's paradise. But the bilingual staff at
  • Campo Base Hostel
    Campo Base is Mendoza's oldest hostel and an institution on Argentina's backpacker circuit. Because of this, it can be hectic but the owners and staff are friendly and it's one of the best places to meet other travelers. It's also centrally located, just off of Plaza Independencia, and has a vast ne
  • Huellas Andinas Hostel
    Located two blocks off Plaza Independencia, this backpacker house is within walking distance of all of Mendoza's attractions. The hostel is clean, simple and cheap, and in the summer gets a bit crazy with travelers partying into the wee hours (thanks, no doubt, to staff-organized asados - v
  • Estancia Los Potreros
    Estancia Los Potreros is set in a beautiful reserve at the top of the Cordoba hills in the center of Argentina. The estancia dates from 1574, when breeding mules for the silver mines in Peru was the principal activity. Today it is an idyllic retreat for horsemen and nature lovers. This organic worki
  • Hostal Llaqta Mauka
    Hostal Llaqta Mauka's pastel-walled have large windows that allow fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. The rooms (singles, doubles and triples) are well kept and come with clean, white towels. There is a pool, a lovely patio and breakfast is served with fresh-squeezed juice.
  • Hostel Ruta 40
    Hostel Ruta 40, a favorite among backpackers, is conveniently located one block from the main plaza. The dorm-style rooms with bunk beds are comfortable and cheap.
  • Parador Del Angel
    ($140-$160) Owners Maria Marta Cortes and Daniel Alessio have transformed this 1907 adobe house into a unique family-run hotel. Their 20-years of tourism industry experience is evident, as the six rooms offer a truly relaxing home away from home. The rooms were built in 2004 with the same material
  • Hostal Del Centro
    A while back, Brit ex-pat Gareth Mather fell in love with Salta. To help other backpackers know his new home city, he opened Hostal del Centro, conveniently located just a few doors down from Iglesia San Francisco and a stone's throw from Plaza 9 de Julio. Breakfasts are feasts, with breads, cereal
  • Residencial San Antonio
    Residencial San Antonio is a nice crashpad for the budget traveler in San Salvador de Jujuy. The cheap rooms are small but relatively clean, and its location near the bus terminal makes for a quick getaway.
  • Hostal del Valle
    Hostal del Valle is a highly recommended B&B. It's very clean, the beds are comfortable and the showers always have hot water. There is also a nice room set aside for reading and relaxing, and breakfast is included.
  • San Pedro Hostel
    San Pedro Hostel, located just 2.5 blocks from Plaza 25 de Mayo, is one of Catamarca's budget hotels. Sergio and Julio give guests a warm welcome, providing everything backpackers need: kitchen, tourism information and Spanish classes. The dorm rooms have six to eight beds. The deep backyard is fu
  • La Cava Hostel
    Budget hostel La Cava, a modest mansion designed by local architect David Ramos Correas and built in 1935, is a great place to stay when it's busy. Occupying a corner on the city's broad main street, Avenida San Martin, the hostel has private rooms for two, four or six people (private or shared bat
  • Savigliano Hostel
    Savigliano Hostel is conveniently located just 100 meters (350 ft) from the bus terminal. Originally built for a local winemaker, this century-old home remains under the ownership of the original family. Recent improvements, including a pool, refurbished kitchen, and guest laundry, demonstrate its
  • Hostel Pehuenia
    At first realy imprest but after the first night I got bed bugs, that was not fun. Thay said the bumps were a alergick reaction or fliez from the park. We were upgrated to the Cabanas for the next two days. As we were leaving they were burning the bed frames and removing the bed. Thier exuise was th
  • Casa Verde Hostel
    For travelers on a budget, Casa Verde is a great deal in town with beautiful views of several mountains and nearby gardens. Casa Verde is a hostel run by a friendly Argentinian family from Rosario who built the hostel by hand from local cypress trees. A newer lodge is also available for visitors
  • La Casa del Pueblo
    La Casa del Pueblo is built on history. This quaint, well-priced hostel was originally built by hand in the early 70s by the owners of the establishment. After living in the house for years, they converted it into a home to share. The house is well-spaced, has nice gardens and a toasty heating syste
  • Portal De Sueños
    Portal de Sueños is a bed and breakfast/hostel hybrid that attracts visitors of all budgets and ages. This laid-back hostel is a great place to meet travelers from all over the world, but its more quiet atmosphere doesn't tend to attract big partiers. De Sueños is a little further from the cent
  • Hostel Punto Patagonico
    Hostel Punto Patagonico offers an affordable, clean and safe lodging option. The hostel is located near the center of the city so you can easily walk to many attractions, and the friendly staff are happy to help you plan excursions outside of the city as well. There aren't any private rooms; dorm
  • Refugio Patagónico
    Refugio Patagónico is a great place for the young and the young at heart. A true refuge, Refugio Patagónico offers a little something for everyone; there are dormitory, single, double and quadruple rooms available as well as campsites. The location is great for a campground, being only four blocks
  • Hospedaje Rodas
    Hospedaje Rodas is a clean, reasonably priced hotel, just a few steps from the costanera. This modern hotel has small rooms with cable TV. The bathrooms are crowded with shower, toilet and bidet. Singles are difficult to come by, as they are booked up by companies for their workers. In winter, Hosp
  • Break Point Hostel
    Perhaps Point Break's location, surrounded by Mendoza's busiest pubs and bars, best describes this vibrant hotel's atmosphere, though it should be described by its comfortable communal areas, fast WiFi access and clean rooms. The hostel has been recently renovated and refurnished, and a small outdo
  • Caminito Hostal Bed and Breakfast
    Named after the Buenos Aires' brightly painted Caminito street, Caminito Hostal is a brightly painted, cheery place. Like most hostels, bunks are crammed into stuffy rooms, but a large interior patio with plants, tables and a grill offers respite to the cramped quarters and a place to mix with other
  • Kathmandu Hostel
    For everything Kathmandu Hostel lacks in size, it makes up for with its best-in-town location and friendly atmosphere. Its slogan, "live and feel free," reflects the friendly atmosphere that feels like home. Multiple bathrooms keep hot water flowing for everyone, while its large kitchen leaves room
  • Zonda Hostel
    Zonda Hostel has a new, larger home just a few blocks from the bus terminal. This split-level building was once a fine contemporary house. Beautifully worked stone is a major theme. The first floor is devoted to the common kitchen, sitting areas and TV-DVD room. Downstairs are six- and eight-bed do
  • Gwesty Plas Y Coed
    Plas y Coed, said to be the oldest and most traditional Welsh teahouse in Patagonia, also has a small hotel. There are three rooms, done up in traditional Welsh style, in a newer wing of this stately, brick house. Guests share a sitting room and dining nook. In the low season, the Welsh-speaking ow
  • Hotel Hoxon
    The Hotel Hoxon is a full service facility, with a stupendous outdoor pool surrounded by two levels of decks. It is the only hotel in Lujan with a pool. Others offer reduced rates at public pools in town. The Hotel Hoxon is the most recent and modern hotel in Lujan. It is used by mostly business pe
  • Hotel Catedral
    The Catedral offers rooms with balconies that look out onto the side of the Basilica, which is a main draw for weekend tourists. The Catedral is safe and secure, with air conditioners, and breakfast served in the hotel.
  • Camping in Río Gallegos

    Campgrounds near Río Gallegos have potable water, shops, fire pits and wood, tables, hot water, bathhouses, lighting, electricity, playgrounds, parking and security. They are open November-March. As well as the national currency, they accept US dollars and Chilean pesos.

  • Camping Municipal
    On the northeast shore of Laguna de los Cisnes is Perito Moreno's Camping Municipal. Besides green expanses of grass where backpackers can pitch a tent, Camping Municipal also has a half-dozen cabins with heating. The large quincho (shelter) has two kitchen areas and long tables where folks
  • Posada La Escondida
    As the only four-star property in town, Posada la Escondida is a luxurious hotel housed in an elegant A-frame cabin right next to lake Alumine. Every room has incredible views of the lake, private balconies, and jacuzzi tubs. Unique cabins are also available. Rooms range from $110-140 (USD) so t
  • Peninsula Coihues
    The majority of lodging options in town are in cabins, but for families or other groups looking for a traditional hotel-style place, Peninsula Coihues is the best option available. Standard rooms include breakfast and large windows with great views of the lake. Not as romantic as many other optio
  • Camping Vial Cañadón Giménez
    Camping Vial Cañadón Giménez is the cheapest lodging in town. Open all year, this campground in a small canyon has 16 sites, each with table, benches, fire pit and grill. Huge boulders and trees protect tents from the Patagonian winds, and the common bathhouse has hot water. Camping Vi
  • Camping In Sarmiento
    Camping Club Deportivo Sarmiento, which has fire pits, bathhouse and other services, is open all year (25 de Mayo, 100 m / 328 ft off Ruta 20, Tel.: 489-3101; one-time charge for tent $1.70, car / motorcycle $0.80 and / or motor home $4.25, plus $0.60 for shower, plus $1.40 per person, kids
  • La Olla
    La Olla (Camino a Yacanto, Tel: 03546-499600) is one of the better, and cheaper, campsites found in Santa Rosa de Calamuchita. There are other campgrounds in town as well, such as Miami (Camino a Yacanto Km. 7, Tel: 499613) and
  • El Paso
    Pitch a tent, unroll a sleeping bag and camp out for an evening at El Paso. Camping is really one of the few good options for those on a budget. This campsite is located near the Cristo Redentor statue at Monseñor Pablo Cabrera.
  • Camping Bomberos Voluntarios
    Camping Bomberos Voluntarios is a true bargain for travelers packing a tent. Facilities include picnic tables, clean toilets, and blessedly hot showers. Be aware that the camp is situated in a flood-prone area. It is open all year (Yrigoyen, and Moreno, Tel.: 49-1117 - adults $2.25 per person, u
  • Camping In Las Grutas
    Las Grutas is a camper's paradise. All 17 campgrounds have grills, lights and a bathhouse with hot water; some have more services. In the low season, prices are $6 per person, plus a one-time charge for tent, car or trailer, In summer, the charge is $4.25-8.50 per person, plus the one-time fee. Eve
  • Camping In Comodoro Rivadavia
    Most campgrounds are open only in summer (mid-December to early March). On average they charge $3 per person, plus a one-time $3 tent fee. Savannah Ranch (Ruta Nacional 3, Km 14, north of Comodoro, Tel: 0297-154-120-807 / 154-275-256)â??firepits, water, electricity, hot-water bathhouse;
  • El Refugio Campground
    El Refugio is a private campground attached to a simple albergue within walking distance from downtown El Chaltén. Located next to the De Las Vueltas River, this is an easy spot to enjoy the beauty of Patagonia on a budget, with grassy areas, trees, and views of the mountains. Hot showers and BBQ p
  • Camping
    For travelers on a budget, camping is an economical option. Campgrounds are open only October - mid-April; none are open in winter. Costs are $4.50 - 6 per person per night. Most are located along the estuary at the east end of town: Amsa: (Olavarría 65, Tel
  • Panoramic Hotel Iguazu
    Slick, stylish and enjoying an excellent view over three countries, this riverside resort is a luxurious option in the heart of Iguazú. Rooms are spacious and well appointed with good, comfortable beds and great views. The generous riverside pool is a great place to cool off after a hard day's sig
  • Timbo
    A pleasent enough hostel in the center of Iguazú with a nice garden to relax and read a book. Rooms are clean and the staff is friendly and helpful and can help arrange tours and excursions. Price includes a good breakfast.
  • Che Roga Apart
    Clean, central and well equipped, this complex features a swimming pool and garden to relax in. A hybrid hotel that mixes apartments, hostel and hotel services and facilities. Rooms vary in size and are clean and comfortable. Good breakfast buffets.

  • Marcopolo Inn Iguazú
    Of the two Hostelling International (HI) options in Puerto Iguazú, the Marcopolo Inn is the much more relaxed. Conforming to all the standards expected from an HI hostel, all the well-kept rooms have on-suite bathrooms, there is free breakfast and free I. The onsite swimming pool is an added extra
  • Hosteria Los Helechos
    Central, clean and comfortable, this three-star guesthouse has 60 rooms of various sizes. Great for families, it has a garden and a decent-sized swimming pool. Rooms come with air conditioning, TV and telephone as standard. Has a well-equipped bar and restaurant on site.

  • Hostel and Apart Hotel Anahi
    In the heart of town, this hostel offers accommodations that range from bargain basic bunks to a private dorm for groups of backpackers. Each dorm is complete with its own kitchen, dining table and TV. This hostel has friendly staff, is great value and in a good location close to bars and restauran
  • Moconá Jungle Lodges
    There are jungle lodges between El Soberbio and Saltos del Moconá where guests can immerse themselves into the wild beauty of the Paranaense forest. Most hotels' contact phone numbers are in Buenos Aires, and all offer hikes and excursions to Río Uruguay's stunning Saltos de Moconá. Some lodge
  • Hostal de la Boca
    As far as hostels go, there are much better options in Buenos Aires. The rooms are small and all are shared. The whole place feels a little bit cramped. Everything is clean and well maintained and could work well for someone looking for something affordable and a little off the beaten path. It is cl
  • Posada De La Laguna
    Posada de la Laguna is one of Colonia Pellegrini's oldest and finest inns. Built and operated by Elsa Güiraldes, great-niece of famed Argentine writer Ricardo Güiraldes, the hotel has a comfortable sitting and dining lodge where classical music plays low. The guest rooms are in separate, ranc
  • Residencial Lola
    Only two blocks from the bus terminal, this laid-back hospedaje has a familiar feel. You'll be greeted by a handful of young tykes (children of owners) who will gladly lead you to your room and want playtime in return. The rooms come with a ceiling fan, a must in the humidity of Iguazú, and comfy b
  • Hotel Cataratas
    Hotel Cataratas is one of several upper-class hotels along the highway to Iguazú Falls. It is a pleasant place to relax in total comfort. The rooms have clean, simple lines, done in a palette of white, dusky orchid and black. Each accommodation has the usual amenities: frigobar (extra charge), cab
  • Alexander Hotel
    Alexander Hotel is one of the few up-scale hotels near Puerto Ihguazú's bus terminal. The exterior is under-stated modern, as is the lobby. The spacious, well-decorated rooms have wooden floors, large windows and private bath. Chill in air-conditioned comfort, while haveing a snack from the mini-b
  • Hosteria La Paleta del Pintor
    Friendly and warm B&B tucked away from the noise on a quiet street a few blocks from the center. Eight tidy rooms, each with two to three single beds, look over an airy common dining area on the first floor. A small apartment is an economical option for groups of four-six, and all rooms have private
  • Marinas Puerto Traful
    For an upscale option, Marinas Puero Traful offers the most comfortable beds in town. The lodge sits near the pier and in front of the main beach in town, and each of the 15 rooms and two suites has excellent views of Lago Traful. Guests can enjoy the game room and the lobby's fireplace in the wi
  • Residencial Florida
    Residencial Florida is a small, basic hotel three blocks north of the main square. Most of the guests here are long-term residents who look questioningly at the rare foreigner who drops in for a night or two. All rooms share the common baths, which could be cleaner. Accommodations are a bit tattere
  • Pensión 9 De Julio
    Pensión 9 de Julio owes its name to the park, Plaza 9 de Julio, right across the street. This hotel is prefaced by a walled patio with grape arbor, a wonderful place to relax and people-watch. Guest rooms of Pensión 9 de Julio are small and basically furnished, but all have private bath and cable

  • Hotel Uspallata
    Hostel Uspallata sits on the eastern edge of Uspallata, along the Ruta 7. Its comfortable but basic rooms are similar to those found in most Hostelling International affiliated hostels, but large common spaces and riverside outdoor spaces are welcoming. A small kitchen makes a daily dinner at afford
  • Hotel Los Condores
    Located on General Las Heras, Hotel Los Condores sits one block east of the Ruta 7 intersection that marks the center of Uspallata. Although it's an older building, the hotel appears surprisingly modern. Warm feather duvets keep guests warm throughout the winter, despite poor heating. Most English v
  • Hotel Cuesta Del Viento
    Hotel Cuesta del Viento is one of several mid-priced hotels on Avenida España Sur, near the old train depot. Like a round box opening itself to arriving tourists, Cuesta del Viento invites its guests to relax in its finely decorated rooms with comfortable, box spring beds. The clean accommodations
  • Hotel Selby
    Hotel Selby's entry awning is a hint of the old-fashioned reception this mid-range hostel gives its guests. The entry is intimate and dimly lit, but the greeting warm to travelers arriving here. Hotel Selby is on the corner of one of the city's main avenues and the Peatonal Rivadavia pedestrian mal
  • Patricios Artistic Hotel
    ($25-$75) The small Patricios Artistic Hotel puts a unique twist on local culture by featuring colorful wall paintings, pictures, and local music throughout its property. The imagery depicts different aspects of the nearby landscapes, wineries, and mountains. Rooms all feature air conditioning, a r
  • Bambi Hotel
    Seemingly named after Disney's famous film, Bambi Hotel comes complete with a neon deer fawn sign on its aged walls. Rooms are basic but both clean and inexpensive, while a small restaurant serves guests a complimentary breakfast and an optional nightly dinner. It's located kitty-corner to the main
  • Cabañas Valle Lunlunta
    The rural location gives these cabañas a laidback atmosphere that is best enjoyed when the hustle and bustle of Mendoza city becomes overwhelming. Spacious cabins are surrounded by a green garden, and the outdoor pool is the perfect place to either work on a tan or escape the summer heat. A short
  • Solares De Maipú
    Just two blocks from Maipú's main plaza, Apart-hotel Solares De Maipú is the only hotel located within the microcenter. Its 16 spacious apartment-style rooms are clean and comfortable. They are also available at a fraction of the price of similar hotels in Mendoza. Sadly, the hotel lacks any unex
  • Puerta de Hierro
    This exclusive beach neighborhood is located 150m from the sea side, and is only 3 hours from Buenos Aires. It's a little neighborhood with seven, two-story homes about 700m from downtown Mar de Ajo and the casino, and includes 24-hour security. The houses have two huge rooms, a large kitchen with d
  • Llao Llao Campgrounds
    Pitch a tent along the lake-shore at Camping Petunia located at Avenida Bustillo Km 13.5. Current prices for adults are $30, children 4 to 10 years are $15 and kids under 3 are free. Camping Yeti (URL: www.todobariloche.com/elyeti/) located at Avenida Bustillo KM 5.8 is in a forest near Cerro
  • Morada del Sol
    Exclusive Hotel 15Km from El Bolson in a place called Costa del Rio Azul. Morada del Sol is a tourist center placed in 9 hectares with unique charasteristics where you can enjoy outdoors activities combined with a relax in our SPA
  • Hue Melen
    As the only three-star option and the largest hotel in town, Hue Melen offers guests the greatest range of room types. Doubles, triples, suites, apartment style, and handicap accessible rooms are all available. Rates rise from mid-July to mid-August and from mid-December to March during high occu
  • Hotel Pehuen
    Hotel Pehuen is an affordable two-star hotel for travelers who don't mind sparse rooms. The modest rooms are only a small step up from the quality of a hostel, but the hotel is clean and well-kept. Single or double rooms are available, but this popular spot fills up quickly with backpackers, geo
  • Osa Mayor
    Osa Mayor has rooms, bungalows and a campsite. Bungalows have excellent views of the Andean mountain range, sleep two to six people, and have a kitchen and private bathroom. The campsite has a parking lot, 24-hour hot water in individual showers, a multiple purpose lounge, and a covered eating area

  • Camping Municipal
    Uspallata's Camping Municipal, which sits just 2 blocks from the center of town, is the perfect way to visit this mountain village without breaking the bank. Surrounded by towering trees, campers will be well protected from both sun and wind. Basic bathrooms include hot-water showers and they are ke
  • Hotel Del Comahue
    The only luxury hotel located in downtown Neuquen is Hotel Del Comahue, which offers guests a central location downtown, an outdoor pool, a wine bar and restaurant, and a business center. The hotel is also conveniently located only 10 minutes from the airport. Del Comahue attracts businessmen and
  • Hotel El Prado
    Although the cheaper rooms may feel dated, Hotel El Prado provides a great night's sleep for as little as $80 for a double. More expensive and updated rooms can cost at much as $150, but the cheaper rooms provide the same conveniences for nearly half the price. Located only one block away from th
  • Campsite Dorms & Bungalows Osa Mayor
    Campsite with all the services, plus Dorms and bungalows w/private bathroom and full kitchen. Excellent view of Los Andes Mountain Range.
  • La Estancia
    La Estancia is great for travelers in search of a mid-range lodging option. Both a hosteria and cabins are available. The four-room hosteria is very clean and well-kept as it was only built in 2009. The beautiful cabins include full kitchens, can sleep groups of up to six and are a real bargain
  • Plaza Esquel Hosteria and Spa
    Plaza Esquel Hosteria and Spa is a hotel set back on a quiet corner of the main road coming into town. The serenity of the location extends to the interior of the hotel. The rooms are clean but basic. The hosteria aspect of the accommodations makes it less glitzy then most spas but the price reflec
  • Casino Magic Hotel
    Casino Magic offers the only five star hotel in the city. Luxurious rooms include cushy beds, flat-screen televisions, and jacuzzi bathtubs. Each room includes wireless internet access and cable TV. The facilities include a pool, a gourmet restaurant and a spa and fitness center. These top of t
  • Hotel San Jorge
    This three-star hotel attracts many families and couples looking for a comfortable and quiet place to relax. The hotel highlights the outdoors through its six hectare garden that features over 200 different species of plants and through large windows in the rooms that have great views of the Juní
  • Hotel Residencial Misiones
    Hotel Residencial Misiones is another good budget option, which has been in operation for more than 35 years. It is has a nice, open common area, which is cool in the midday heat, and all rooms include clean bathrooms. The place is definitely calm and tranquil and it has a great location close t
  • Hotel Residencial Colón
    Hotel Residencial Colon is simple and clean, but nothing flashy. Rates get significantly more affordable if you are traveling in a group. Prices include breakfast, most rooms have a TV and if you are traveling with a vehicle, there's a garage. Also, it is located downtown, a quick stroll away from
  • Tierra Mistica Cabañas
    These comfortable cabins accommodate one to six people, and are equipped with all the necessities.  Cabins are nicely decorated with crafts and regional pictures.  There are private bathrooms, with plenty of hot water, good for a refreshing shower after a long day. 
  • Los Cauquenes
    The creators of this luxury hotel seem to have thought of everything that a guest could want while visiting the southernmost city in the world. The resort has 54 rooms. Get a suite with a wooden deck that has a view of the Beagle Channel. After visiting their complete fitness center, indulge in any
  • Los Yámanas
    In keeping with the local environment, the rooms at Los Yámanes have a rustic look, but come with modern conveniences like satellite TV, mini bar, safe, free WiFi, breakfast buffet and access to the spa and workout center. The hotel also arranges canoe floats; don't miss out on this fun opportunity
  • Hotel Cesar
    Hotel Cesar is warm and cozy, and has been around for more than 20 years. Located about four blocks from the port, it's open all year round, and provides amenities including a book and video library, baggage storage, laundry/valet service and a restaurant that services international and typical loca
  • Posada Fueguina
    Posada Fueguina, conveniently located three blocks from downtown, offers spacious single to quadruple-occupancy hotel rooms with nice views of Beagle Channel. Or, if you're in the mood for something a little more rustic (but still comfortable), you can stay in one of the charming wood cabins, which
  • Las Hayas Resort Hotel
    Las Hayas Resort Hotel, located three kilometers outside of town on the road to Glacier Martial, offers elegant accommodations, stunning views, and a variety of amenities to appease the discerning traveler. The hotel boasts one of the only swimming pools in Ushuaia (heated and indoors, of course),
  • Hotel Aguaý
    Hotel Aguaý is one of Gualeguaychú's best hotels. This riverside inn offers tourists spacious, well-decorated rooms with all the amenities one expects of a first-class hotel. Accommodations in front have a river vista. Some additionally have balconies. The half-circle, glass tower is home to th
  • Sheraton Iguazú
    In the middle of forest is Iguazú National Park´s only hotel, the Sheraton Iguazú Resort and Spa. Like all its other hotels world-wide, this is a first-rate place to rest one's head while drifting off to the sounds of the jungle. Accommodations come in a variety of choices, including king-sized
  • Tango B&B
    Tango B&B offers daily room service in an excellent location, seven blocks away from the main street. There are private bathrooms with warm and drinkable water available 24 hours per day. The B&B also has free internet, a safe box at the front desk, parking and a Live Tango Show for free!
  • Lennox Hotel
    Just steps from the hustle and bustle of Avenida San Martín, stylish Hotel Lennox is the hippest place to sleep in Ushuaia. The lobby and communal areas of the hotel, which feature floor lighting and ground-to-ceiling mirrors, are modern and elegant. The rooms themselves are small and rather ordina
  • Cumbres del Martial
    Situated at the base of Martial Glacier and tucked away in a tranquil forest on the bank of stream Buena Esperanza, this charming inn offers guests an intimate luxury experience in a peaceful Patagonian setting. Four swanky wood cabins, each one named for a different variety of Argentine wine, come
  • Hotel Del Glaciar
    This luxury hotel looks like a long, large, Swiss Motel Six. But, it offers the relaxed and warm shmancy atmosphere that includes Restaurant Temaukel, which has specialty dishes like black sea bass or Patagonian lamb. Or, order food to your room and enjoy king crab while taking in the view from your
  • Finisterris Lodge Relax
    V!VA NOTE: Finisterris Lodge will be closed for at least 180 days starting January 1, 2009. The lodge provides personal cabins with five fully equipped rooms that include a bathroom with a double Jacuzzi, kitchen/dining room and a private spa area. Plus, let's not forget the unforgettable views o
  • Hotel Dior
    Located on Plaza Independencia, the Hotel Dior combines an ideal location with a homey atmosphere for a bargain price. Rooms are bright, spacious, and decorated in old-fashioned florals. For an added treat, ask for a room with a balcony opening onto the plaza. A breakfast buffet is included in the r
  • Jasmines en la Sierra
    Bed and breakfast doesn't get much better than at Jasmines en la Sierra. Alicia and Enrique warmly welcome guests into their ivy-covered hideaway facing Parque Independencia. The bedrooms are beautifully decorated, and added home comforts, such as DVD players and hand-crafted soaps, are testament t
  • Las Acacias
    A little way past the edges of Tandil sits Las Acacias, a retreat for those looking to leave suburban life behind. Situated in a private park, birds sing while guests lounge contentedly by the outside pool. The pousada (hotel) has the spa atmosphere, and the treatments offer personalized attention a
  • Hotel de La Paz
    It is obvious upon entering the heavy revolving doors of Hotel de La Paz that this historic building has a bit more going on than the average Luján hotel. A vast entryway and large sitting room are just the tip of the iceberg. There's also a patio garden, the option of breakfast in bed, and other a
  • Hotel Centro
    Family-friendly Hotel Centro has basic accommodations at basic prices. Though the small and spare rooms are nothing to write home about, they're pristinely clean. Some have a double bed and bunks to suit traveling families, and singles with private bath come at a low, low price. The friendly staff s
  • City Hotel
    This hotel, run by a worker-owned collective, offers room and laundry service, and each room has a private bathroom. It's a quick walk to the beach from here; it's also close to the train and bus station. Rooms in the City Hotel are clean and comfortable; ask for one with a balcony and you'll have
  • Hotel Messina
    Hotel Messina's central location enables guests to easily get to the beach, downtown or to a number of buses that will take them wherever they'd like. Rooms are clean if a little sparse. Breakfast is included in the price, as is cable TV and WiFi access. Cash only.
  • Lahuen Co Eco Resort
    Located near volcano Lanín and lakes Paimun and Carilafquen, Lahuen Co Eco Resort offers guests the most upscale, and most expensive ($240-900/night), lodging option within Parque Lanín. The resort's main attraction is its luxurious thermal pools ($100/day to access them), many of which include
  • Hosdedaje Zagreb
    Just a couple of blocks from La Perla beach, basic and clean, the Croatian owners of this nearly hidden hovel offer the best deal for single travelers or couples on a budget looking for something a little more private than a hostel dorm. The rooms are small but comfortable and tidy and have private
  • Sheraton Mar del Plata
    For those looking for a full service hotel with a central location, the Sheraton Mar del Plata stands out. Located between Playa Grande and the Mar del Plata Golf Club, there are a range of rooms to choose from, including some with views of the sea. The hotel has a great tourism info desk and can he
  • Hotel Galeon
    Hotel Galeon offers comfortable rooms in a somewhat quiet neighborhood. There are rooms with up to four beds with private bathrooms, and amenities include a 24-hour snack bar, common room with TV, and easy access to the beach and downtown. Guests have the option of including the price of breakfas
  • Hotel Pergamino
    Less than ten blocks from the beach and close to casinos and downtown shopping, Hotel Pergamino offers clean rooms (private or shared) at lower prices than what you will find nearby. This Hostelling International-affiliated hotel also offers cable TV, a bar that is open 24-hours and even Spanish cl
  • Hotel Alemán
    Hotel Alemán is one of a string of mid-range priced hotels along Calle Bolívar. This hotel stands apart for its beautiful interior patio with large fountain and seating areas. Around the courtyard are set Hotel Alemán's finer rooms with nice bathrooms. Newer chambers are in the front of the buil
  • Hotel Spa Costarenas
    A magical way to start a day in Colón is to sit on the balcony of a luxurious room at Hotel Spa Costarenas and watch the sun rise over the Río Uruguay. Alcobas have river views, some through bay windows. Interior rooms are smaller. One room is especially for handicapped travelers. All have
  • Amerian Hotel Casino Gala
    Located in the heart of Resistencia, Amerian Hotel Casino Gala is a top-class hotel designed for both the business traveler and vacationer. The Amerian has spacious, tastefully decorated accommodations for all pocketbooks. Those visitors of modest budget may find the twin or king deluxe suites to be
  • Plaza Hotel
    When it comes to the towering four-story Plaza Hotel, think small: cramped rooms and bathrooms, and a pint-sized swimming pool (though, it does have enough water to help you relax in this tropical climate). Not all of the rooms are tiny; couples can request a matrimonial especial, and the h
  • Hotel Internacional De Turismo Formosa
    Hotel Internacional de Turismo Formosa was once a modern hotel with some fine touches, including green marble. It is still Formosa's most luxurious hotel; rooms above the first floor have balconies with a view of the river. Second floor suites come with a mini-bar, and one even has a Jacuzzi. Fo
  • Hotel Familiar
    Hotel Familiar is an intimate 10-room hotel, with accommodations for one to three persons. The rooms themselves are fairly large and furnished with bed, desk and a shelving unit for the television set, and there is heating and air conditioning to keep guests comfortable in any kind of weather. The
  • Residencial Mura
    Residencial Mura is one of the cheapest places to stay in Sáenz Peña. Located a few blocks from Plaza San Martín, this small hotel has rooms for couples and groups. The hostel also has plenty of spaces for the solo traveler. Some of the accommodations have fans and others air conditioning. Commo
  • Hotel Sahara Atech
    Hotel Sahara Atech is located near the corner of Plaza 25 de Mayo, so its location is as central as possible. Some rooms have televisions and it is just luck of the draw whether you get one or not. Rooms are definitely basic but nothing dirty. For air-conditioning, add $3 to the price. <
  • Hotel Alfil
    Hotel Alfil is located a bit further from the Plaza 25 de Mayo than other locations but it is still an easy walk. Although located near the train tracks on Santa Maria de Oro, a major shopping street, the walk to the hotel can be enjoyable enough. Rooms are nice but a bit dark. All rooms include te
  • Hotel Julio César
    Towering 11 stories above the city skyline with, Hotel Julio César is a giant in more ways than one. This is also one of Posadas' finest hotels. Concierges await the distinguished guests arriving here, whooshing them up to modern rooms decorated with brightly colored accents. Each accommodation com
  • Hotel San Ignacio
    From the outside, you would never expect the park-like grounds of Hotel San Ignacio, one of the oldest lodges in San Ignacio. Rooms are basic, but clean, and set along a flower garden. There are also four- and five-person cabañas off the garden with bedrooms and bath. These are only for sleepi
  • Hotel Portal Del Sol
    On the outside, Hotel Portal del Sol is a non-descript pink. On the inside, its rooms are much nicer: spacious, with private bath, air conditioning and heating; some even have over-stuffed chairs. The hotel is clean, though some of the rooms have mildew stains on the ceiling-a common tropical pligh
  • Residencial Illia
    Residencial Illia is budget accommodation that is a bit nondescript, but isn't too dodgy. To find the reception, head to the back of the hallway and up the stairs following the little red arrows. Rooms are definitely small and most of the hotel has the permanent cigarette stench of smoking employee
  • Hotel Luxor
    Hotel Luxor is the least expensive lodging option in Resistencia. This fading modern inn is often filled with other travelers -- mostly Chaqueños coming into the city, along with the occasional foreigner. Rooms with two single beds are a bit cramped, though the accommodations with cama matrimonial
  • Hotel Presidente
    Upon walking into Hotel Presidente, an understated hostel on Sáenz Peña's main avenue, you are welcomed by the large, low-ceilinged lobby decorated with overstuffed white sofas, a meteorite from Campo del Cielo and a friendly staff. Beyond the mirrored doors lining the three stories of passageway
  • Hotel Apolo
    Hotel Apolo is a clean and functional hostel located directly across from the bus station. The nice woman running the place has been doing so for 30 years. Private bathroom and a television double the price of a single room.

  • Hotel de Turismo
    Built in 1947, the famous Hotel de Turismo has a nice, distinctly upper-class ambience. In a town like Corrientes, where pretty much everything is quite expensive, splurging and paying the extra $10 dollars to stay in complete comfort with a view of the river, a swimming pool and complimentary brea
  • Hospedaje Los Amigos
    Hospedaje Los Amigos is perhaps Colonia Carlos Pellegrini's simplest hostel. Doña Mabel welcomes backpackers and other sojourners to six spacious rooms with basic furnishings. The newer rooms are larger and nicer. All have private baths. Some accommodations have fans and others air conditioning. H
  • Rancho Inambú
    Once upon a time, Rancho Inambú was a backpacker hostel. Now it has upgraded to a posada (inn) category hotel, and offers four rooms with private baths and one apartment. It is not possible to just book a room; Rancho Inambú only offers package deals that include continental breakfast and
  • Maran Suites And Towers
    Maran Suites and Towers, one of Paranás most exclusive hotels, is near the bluff overlooking the old port. Its towers, undulating like the city's streets, rise above the river, giving guests fine vistas of that waterway and its islands. Rooms are commodious and elegantly decorated, with all the am
  • Paraná Hotel Plaza Jardín
    In one of Paraná's venerated colonial-era buildings is Paraná Hotel Plaza Jardín. The charm of the original edifice is retained in the elaborately sculpted exterior, the reception, café and beautiful garden patio. Beyond this are the rooms. Ones in the older section are worn and cramped, with a
  • Hotel Victoria
    Hotel Victoria is a good central option. Located close to downtown action and just a quick walk away from Calle Junin and Plaza Cabral, it is close to everything. Rooms get much more affordable if traveling in groups. Accommodation is simple with plain white walls, but all rooms include air conditi
  • Hotel San Lorenzo
    Hotel San Lorenzo has a nice central location right in the middle of town and only two blocks from Plaza Cabral. Rooms are clean, functional and all include a private bathroom and a fan. Only rooms with matrimonial beds are available so prices for singles, doubles or more are all the same.
  • Emperatriz Hotel
    Emperatriz Hotel is a definite cut above the rest of the hotels in the area, as far as tranquility and a calm atmosphere. The hotel is built within an old mansion that has high ceilings, a plaza-like interior, clean rooms and helpful people at the reception desk. All rooms have private bathrooms an
  • Amanacay Hotel
    Amanacay is at a great spot, right near the San Martín strip. It has affordable rates, clean rooms, private bathrooms, TVs in the rooms and is completely covered with mirrors. The amount of reflective material on the walls may lead one to think that the hotel may be used occasionally for hedonisti
  • Hostal Santafe De La Veracruz
    Like many of Santa Fe's upper-crust hotels, Hostal Santafe de la Veracruz is in a 1960's-era building, with dated furnishings. This fine hotel, though, is very well-maintained. Throughout it are colorful stained glass windows, making this hostel stand out from the others in its class. The comfortab
  • Ros Tower
    Just two blocks from the Río Paraná is one of the most well-known hotels in Rosario, Ros Tower. This 17-story hotel has 139 stylishly furnished rooms. All accommodations have minibar (extra charge), WiFi, air conditioning / heating, in-room safe deposit box, desk and plasma TV. Plus classrooms an
  • Hotel Altea
    Hotel Altea is one of Rosario many early-20th century former homes. This lovingly recycled building offers large rooms that are simply decorated, but with fine touches. To relax after a long day of sightseeing, click on the plasma TV hooked up to cable. Guests are guaranteed a comfortable night's s
  • Hotel Benevento
    Set in a historical building that dates back to 1915, Hotel Benevento is not simply a place to sleep for the night, but an elegant exploration of the blend between historical preservation and modern comfort. Twenty-one rooms of one to four beds and suites offer amenities like cable, Internet, air co
  • Estancia de Caroya
    This estancia, located in the suburbs of Jesús Maria, was the first to be built in 1616. The ancient ranch house and its fine gastronomical history have been maintained and as well as sampling the food delights visitors to the estancia can take in its agricultural past, ancient chapel and old mill
  • Hotel Saint James
    Hotel Saint James has one major advantage for its guests: location. Close to Paseo del Bosque, the Astronomic Observatory, the Zoo and the Museum of Natural Science, this family-owned business has offered comfortable rooms for over 35 years. Tariffs for single rooms begin at $60 and include private
  • Hotel & Apart Argentino
    A good choice for extended stays and families, this hotel offers both departments and suites of various rates and sizes to accommodate any number of guests in comfortable, two-environment rooms. All hotel suites have a living room, desk, cable TV, refrigerator, air conditioner, lock security box and
  • Estancia Jesús Maria
    One of the key destinations along el camino de las estancias and a delight in itself, the Estancia Jesús Maria is located in an attractive setting 49 km (30.5 miles) north of Córdoba. The tours available at the estancia and adjoining museum provide a valuable insight into Jesuit history and allow