Buenos Aires Hostels

Buenos Aires hostels are great low-cost options for people looking to save money on a trip to the vibrant capital of Buenos Aires. The great thing about staying at a cheap hostel in Buenos Aires is that you will be able to realize even greater savings than what are available at the already relatively cheap hotels in the area. The foreign exchange rate works in the favor of most people traveling to Argentina, so the cost of hotels, food, and entertainment is markedly cheaper than in many other major cities such as New York City and Miami. There are downtown Buenos Aires hostels that cost about as much as many people make in one hour working a part time job at a restaurant in the United States. Once you see all of the low-cost options available to you in terms of accommodations in the capital city, you may just realize that a trip to Buenos Aires is more feasible than you ever thought. Hostels ensure the cheapest vacation possible.

There are a variety of different Buenos Aires hostels, from those in which you stay in dormitory-style rooms with shared bathrooms, to private quarters with private bathrooms. It all just depends upon your requirements and how much you wish to spend. Hostel Suites is a dependable name when it comes to finding a cheap hostel in Buenos Aires. Hostel Suites has locations in Palermo and on Calle Florida.

The Milhouse Hostel (pictured) is another clean and comfortable accommodation where you can expect to pay far less than twenty dollars per night, and believe it or not, this is one of the more expensive hostels. Expect a free breakfast, full kitchen facilities on the premises, ample games and activities to kill time (if you need to in a city as fun as Buenos Aires), tours, and free Internet access (Wi-Fi and otherwise).

The Hostel de Granados offers clean rooms within the historic San Telmo neighborhood for shockingly low rates. Here, you will find breakfast, room service, a kitchen, and private rooms as well as dorm-style rooms. Another hostel in this area with similar facilities is the Milonga Hostel. Other downtown Buenos Aires hostels to consider include the Tango Backpackers, the Gran Hotel America, the Recoleta Hostel, the Lime House Youth Hostel, and the Casa Los Angelitos.

Although there is a range of options for staying on inexpensively in the city, Buenos Aires hostels are by far the cheapest. You will also find excellent deals (especially if you are visiting for an extended period of time) by renting apartments in the city. There are a multitude of affordable hotels and bed and breakfasts as well, but if you really want to save as much money as possible, you will not be able to do a whole lot better than a cheap hostel in Buenos Aires. For backpackers, students, and budget travelers, they provide clean and comfortable accommodations without breaking the proverbial bank. Buenos Aires hostels are situated in virtually every corner of the city, so you will be able to plan your trip with no worries of how to get around from your place of choice. The metro system in Buenos Aires runs quite efficiently, so you should have no trouble navigating the city once you have your accommodation settled. Whether it is downtown Buenos Aires hostels, Palermo hostels, or Puerto Madera hostels you are looking for, you are sure to find exactly what it is you are looking for.

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