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The Urbanist’s Buenos Aires: Where to Stay

Where the locals would stay.

“The 5th Floor (from $90; the5thfloorba.com) is actually located on the fifth and sixth floors of an office building, so it’s a well-kept secret; you feel like you’re staying in the apartment of your dreams. And the location is great, half a block from Avenida Santa Fe, one of Buenos Aires’s largest shopping areas, and a short cab from Palermo Soho.” —Adrian Bono, host at Infobae


The Four Seasons  

“The Four Seasons (from $525; fourseasons.com/buenosaires) is partially set in a 20th-century Belle Époque mansion. You’ll want to spend one of your days entirely at the hotel, hanging out at the pool, drinking Negronis at the bar, and eating at either of its two restaurants. It has everything you need.” —Carolina Rodríguez Laraia, textile designer at Telas Laraia







The Fierro  

“At the boutique hotel the Fierro (from $164; fierrohotel.com), the no-attitude staff can help you get into all the cool galleries and restaurants. There are complimentary food vouchers upon check-in, fast Wi-Fi (an Argentine rarity), and one of the best-curated wine lists in the country. Kind of wish I could just move in.” —Jocelyn Mandryk, co-founder of and photographer at Foto Ruta


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