Gay Buenos Aires · Luxury Hotels

Gay Buenos Aires · Luxury Hotels

Check out the best gay-friendly luxury hotels Buenos Aires has to offer. This is the place the look if you'd prefer something more upmarket.

Recoleta

An affluent barrio just next to Palermo which houses the Buenos Aires rich and famous.

In Recoleta you’ll find incredible mansions, gorgeous 5* hotels and some incredible culture and nightlife.

There’s a wealth of museums and galleries in the day, and also many of some of Latin America’s best dance clubbing experiences make Recoleta their home. There’s a good gay scene here as well.

Why this hotel?: Luxury Choice. Central location. Minimalist design. Excellent amenities.

Loi Suites is located in the Recoleta district, the cultural heart of Buenos Aires. The restaurants and bars of Junin street are just a block away.

Entering the lobby you’ll be met with white marble, palms and chic, minimalist furnishings. You can wine and dine in the hotel’s glass house.

The white, minimalist theme continues in the rooms, all of which are spacious and decked out with marble bathrooms.

The location is great as you’re a 10-minute walk to Plaza Francia and bars like Contramano and Zoom are just around the corner.

Features

gym, indoor pool, massage, spa, 24h room service, cocktail lounge

Vicente Lopez 1955, Recoleta, Buenos Aires


9
Exceptional

Based on 739 votes

Why this hotel?: Bespoke art and design. Close to the gay scene. Avant-garde bathtubs.

Mio is an achingly trendy hotel in the heart of Buenos Aires. The door to the entrance is fashioned from oak wine barrels. Large metal butterflies are one feature of the hotel’s striking decor. Mio has an avant-garde quality.

Their indoor heated pool is one of the most beautiful and luxurious in the city.

This hotel takes design seriously: the tree trunk bathtubs and wine-barrel doors created by Argentinian artist Mario Dasso are very striking and no two are the same! Bathing in one is truly an experience.

Mio is in Recoleta, so Contramano is a 5-minute walk down the road and Flux Bar is also a local popular gay hangout.

Features

cocktail lounge, gym, spa, fine dining, 24h concierge

Av Quintana 465, Recoleta, Buenos Aires


9
Exceptional

Based on 1365 votes

Why this hotel?: Iconic Hotel. Buenos Aires landmark. Golden age glamour.

Alvear Palace is one of the most luxurious hotels you can stay at in Buenos Aires. It is probably the most iconic hotel in the city. Opened in 1932, it embodies the grandeur of Buenos Aires’ golden years.

The decor is suitably over the top. The design is of the rooms is worthy of a royal palace. Expect chandeliers, gold quilts and white marble bathrooms. If you opt for one of the more upscale rooms you’ll have your own butler.

You’ll be staying in northern Recoleta, so there’s lots of gay nightlife destinations within walking distance in the barrio.

There’s also plenty to do during the daytime in and around the area.

Features

cocktail lounge, spa, gym, indoor rooftop pool, wellness centre

Avenida Alvear 1891, Recoleta, Buenos Aires


9.9
Exceptional

Based on 2731 votes

Why this hotel?: Reassuring Luxury. Impeccable design. Perfect location.

A very grand hotel – just what you’d expect from the Four Seasons Hotel group. It’s in the most affluent district of the city. Patio Bullrich is nearby with its luxury boutiques.

An equine theme influences the design, reflecting Argentina’s love of horses. Don’t worry, it’s tastefully done.

The hotel’s spa offers a range of treatments including wine massage, and also a pummeling backrub that’s done to the beat of Tango music – quite an experience.

The rooms are exquisite, from the statement headboards to the blue mosaic tiles in the bathrooms.

Features

outdoor pool, gym, sauna, cocktail bar

Posadas 1086, Retiro, Buenos Aires


9.1
Exceptional

Based on 1058 votes

San Nicolás / Puerto Madero

San Nicolás and Puerto Madero are two barrios close to the centre of Buenos Aires, just underneath Recolta.

San Nicolás, often referred to as ‘El Centro’ is one of the busiest areas of the city. Some fun facts: Avenida 9 de Julio is the widest street in the world, and El Obelisk, an iconic monument has been guised with many fun decorations over the years including a gigantic pink condom!

Puerto Madero is the old dock that has recently been regenerated. You’ll find endless gourmet eateries (the steakhouses are our favourite) and monolithic high-rises. There’s also a huge nature reserve that’s great for getting a breath of fresh air from the city.

Why this hotel?: Classical and quirky. Waterside luxury.

Faena is one of our few hotels in Puerto Madero, an area that has undergone massive regeneration and now plays hosts to many sky rises and shiny restaurants.

The hotel itself is great; the 90 rooms are decorated in a classic style with a quirky modern twist, and facilities are extensive and state-of-the-art.

There’s a fine dining restaurant, huge gym, relaxing spa and stunning outdoor pool (pictured).

Faena is a great choice in terms of location for gay travellers. Pride Café is just over the bridge, and Puerto Madero is well connected to other areas of the city.

Features

fine dining, gym, spa, outdoor pool

445 Martha Salotti, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires


9
Exceptional

Based on 278 votes

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