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The Best Hotels and Inns in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Picture of Ross Walker
Updated: 9 February 2017
Designer, boutique, cheap and cheerful – Puerto Madero is home to all sorts of luxury, designer and budget hotels. The great thing about staying here is that you’ll have a bit of an escape from the hustle and bustle of of Argentina’s livelier neighborhoods. Here’s a few alternative options to escape the crowds:
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The Hotel Madero

The Hotel Madero is Puerto Madero’s premier private luxury hotel. The hotel was designed in an art-deco style, and the interior design mirrors the exterior with special attention given to lighting and texture. The Hotel boasts a rooftop breakfast bar called the Blue Sky Bar, as well as a lounge and restaurant. If you’re looking to relax while in Buenos Aires, the Madero Spa is an unparalleled treat.

Dique 2, Rosario Vera Peñaloza 360, C1107CLA Buenos Aires, Argentina | +54 11 5776-7777

Superior Room | Courtesy of 2016 Hotel Madero Buenos Aires

Superior Room | Courtesy of 2016 Hotel Madero Buenos Aires

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Monarca Hoteles

Monarca Hoteles (or Monarch Hotel) is a suite only hotel located in an unassuming grey building. Though the hotel may not look like much from outside, it’s a fantastic and cheap option for travelling families or students. The hotel has a buffet breakfast, a business center, and laundry services, as well as a private terrace for guests to use.
25 de Mayo 724, C1002ABP CABA, Argentina, | +54 11 4314-1101

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Hilton Buenos Aires

The Hilton Buenos Aires sits conveniently in the Puerto Madero neighbourhood, offering guests views of the Buenos Aires Skyline or the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel is loaded with amenities, including a rooftop pool with rentable cabanas and a state of the art fitness center. You’ll never have trouble communicating any need or desire at Hilton, as the international hotel chain has taken care to train their staff in English and several other languages.
Macacha Güemes 351, C1106BKG Capital Federal, Argentina |+54 11 4891-0000

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NH Collection Buenos Aires Jousten

Staying at the NH Collection Buenos Aires Jousten is a great compromise between luxury and expense. With rooms starting at around $100 a night, Jousten is a much more affordable option in the Puerto Madero area. Though the Jousten doesn’t have the frills of its higher priced neighbors, it does have a full gym, restaurant, and business center.
Av Corrientes 280, C1043AAP Buenos Aires, Argentina | +54 11 4321-6750

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Kenton Palace Buenos Aires

Kenton Palace Buenos Aires mirrors its historic neighbourhood with its Victorian architecture. Kenton focuses on the more refined aspects of a hotel experience touting an impressive wine cellar and a gorgeous reading room. The Kenton also has a full service spa, gym, pool, and a yoga studio.
Defensa 383, Buenos Aires, Argentina | +54 11 4331-2020

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Faena Hotel

The Faena Hotel is another solid choice for luxury travellers who wish to stay in Puerto Madero. The Faena boasts two restaurants on site, a stunning pool complete with poolside bar and a full service spa with a sauna, steam room, and turkish bath. Couples tend to be the most dominant group at the Faena hotel, so if you’re going on a family vacation you may want to consider one of these other wonderful lodging options.
Martha Salotti 445, C1107CMB Capital Federal, Argentina | +54 11 4010-9000

By Ross Walker