From luxurious five-star hotels to charming bed-and-breakfasts, the following short list of gay-friendly places to stay in Buenos Aires is a diverse selection.
Nearly all are located the three biggest gayborhoods of Palermo, Recoleta, and San Telmo. Many of them a short walk from the gay bars and clubs of Buenos Aires.
Set in the upscale Recoleta neighbourhood, Algodon Mansion offers chic rooms with free Wi-Fi and complimentary wine. Guests can relax in the sauna room and enjoy the rooftop swimming pool and sun deck.
Chic and lively hostel located in the trendy Palermo district. The walls of Art Factory’s rooms outdoor seating area feature a dazzling array of colorful works from local artists.
Gay-owned and operated apartment service in Buenos Aires. A good choice for long-term stays in BA for those looking for apartments loaded with amenities.
The fabulous gay hotel chain Axel Hotels has closed its Buenos Aires location. But, under new management, the hotel retains its impeccable designer décor, garden views of the trendy San Telmo district. The hotel’s pool is still popular, but with less eye-candy.
Fully furnished apartments and rooms with shared bathrooms with touches of designer style. Full kitchens and private patios.
Five-star design hotel offering plush accommodation in upscale Puerto Madero. The Faena Hotel is also the home of the opulent Tango Rojo.
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, spa facilities and a chic garden, Home Hotel is an excellent option (some rooms feature spa baths, private terraces and city views.)
Home Hotel also offers DJ nights in the garden every Friday during the summer season, and guests can chill out with a drink at the cocktail bar before stepping out in Palermo, a neighborhood full of shopping and nightlife options.
Stylish boutique hotel featuring spacious rooms with thematic décor inspired by the Argentinean culture and history. Click below for more info and a photo gallery of Legado Mitico’s rich interior design.
Located in the San Telmo neighborhood, Lugar Gay is a great option near many of Buenos Aires’ architectural landmarks and tango attractions. Friendly staff are the main attraction. Private rooms are available as well as dormitory/hostel-style lodging.