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Under $40 A Night: Buenos Aires

Want to know one of my very favorite pastimes? Shuffling through Airbnb to find the BEST accommodations for my buck.  Seriously, one of my most thrilling hobbies! 

In affiliation with Airbnb and Hostel World, here are my top accommodations you MUST check out before booking your stay in this colorful city.

CENTRO 

If you're spending a week or less in Buenos Aires, Centro is where you want to be!  Right in the middle of it all, you'll enjoy easy access to Tango Shows, delicious asado restaurants, and steps away from free walking tours + museums. Truly the best area to see it all and feel the hustle and bustle of the big city.

$35 A Night - Brand New w/Private Terrace

Solo Traveler? Check out Charlie's Hostel. Dorms from $13. 

PALERMO

Hip, young, and fun; Palermo Soho is an Expat's paradise. You'll find this area to be a breath of fresh air with its shopping, international cuisine, and bookstore cafes.  Very clean, social, and spunky; this area is the perfect place to stay for digital nomads, club hoppers, and those that crave a taste of Brooklyn NYC in South America. Palermo just might be our favorite neighborhood in the city!

$36 A Night - Traditional Bed and Breakfast

 

Solo Traveler? Check out Art Factory Palermo. Dorms from $16. 

RECOLETA

You can't talk about Recoleta without using words like chic, sophisticated, and the generously coined term "Paris of South America."  Lined with exquisitely designed buildings, gorgeous parks + monuments, Recoleta is the classiest area in town! Though quite sleepy at night in most of the areas, the neighborhood is full of history, floral shops, cafe's, and home to one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city - The Recoleta Cemetery.

$38 A Night - A Clean & Bright Space Of Your Own

 

Solo Traveler? Check out Voyage Recoleta Hostel. Dorms from $12. With tall ceilings and winding marble staircase, the historic look to the building fits right in with the neighborhood.

SAN TELMO

With cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, tango dancers, and antique shops; San Telmo is an artist's dream! The streets light up during the day with music, dancers, and art.  We stayed here and loved the charm and ingenuity of this area.  With lower prices, authentic culture, and a Sunday Market (you can't miss regardless of where you stay); San Telmo was the perfect spot for our 6 weeks in Buenos Aires.

$31 A Night - Open, Bright, & Artistic Loft

 

Solo Traveler? Check out Garden House Hostel. Dorms starting at just $10. Possibly the best deal in town!

Travel TipsAshley Coppins