Thinking about going on a trip to the colourful Buenos Aires in Argentina? We've already given you some advice for your first time in the city, and told you what to avoid, but what about where to stay?! Luckily for you we have just found the 6 best hostels in the city, each with their own style and ethos, so you can find the perfect place to stay and make the most out of your time in the city! Which one is your favorite? Oh, and of course, they are all super low-cost!
06 Central Hostel
Famous for being the first design hostel in Buenos Aires this centrally located hostel if full of cool artwork on the walls and plenty of outdoor eating areas and patios, so that you can enjoy the best weather that Buenos Aires has to offer! Check it our here.
Art Factory Palermo
The Art Factory Palermo is probably one of the most bohemian hostels around: the interiors are spacious the walls are covered in colourful art, and the hostel provides book exchanges, language classes and cultural activities. Definitely a place to go if you want to find like minded travellers.
Play Hostel Buenos Aires
This hostel is located in a colonial style house and has been decked out in rock and hippie style, so you can be sure that the hostel has a totally young spirit. The breakfast room and living room were specially designed for reading, listening to music, watching videos, and to get to know the other guests, and there is a super spacious kitchen to cook all your meals in! Take a closer look here.
Mill House Hostel Avenue
One of the best things about this hostel is that it’s located in a restored 19th century house right in the heart of Buenos Aires. The hostel really focuses on arranging activities for its visitors, from day tours and football trips and Spanish lessons, to live music and open-mic nights. It also has spaces to play pool and ping pong, so if your more of an active traveler, this is the right place for you!
We love Ostinotto Hostel’s fresh contemporary look! The open plan interiors and skylights makes the whole hostel feel light and airy! But best of all… this hostel offers it’s own mini cinema, free yoga sessions and a rooftop terrace, where you can have BBQ’s and meet new people!
Porta del Sur
Porta del Sur is 100% the hostel you need to stay in if your looking to have fun and socialise! It boasts a rooftop terrace with parties along with a lounge area with games, guitars, netflix, and a fully equipped kitchen! It also offers a range or private and shared rooms, so you can make sure you get the best deal for your money.
Feel inspired? Want to take a closer look at some of the Hostels? Check out the full list of our amazing hostels in Buenos Aires!