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Press release November 11, 2012 Young invites all travellers to take advantage of their discounted room rates and instant booking confirmation with no hidden fees for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Voted one of the most visited cities in the world by travellers Buenos Aires is a South American city rich in European influences yet distinctly alive with the vibrancy of Latin culture.

Buenos aires

The capitol of the Republic of Argentina, Buenos Aires is one of the most visited cities on the planet with over three million travellers a year. A captivating, seductive and bustling city with excited energy it’s a city founded by European immigrants and their influences are evident wherever you go, yet its Latin flavors are everywhere you turn. Visitors have countless options to occupy their holiday time. Whether it is walking its broad boulevards, basking in leafy parks or browsing art galleries, dancing the tango or watching the locals, visiting its many museums and the barrio, relaxing in a café, shopping or taking in a football game, Buenos Aires is an alluring and romantic place. The days are sunny and relaxing and the evenings are frenetic and alive with the sound of the tango until sunrise.


Buenos Aires’ climate is most always agreeable. Although at times a bit humid, the city is subject to cold fronts that bring short periods of very pleasant weather and crisp nights. With weather and a climate much like New York’s spring, summer and fall, the winters are pleasant with an average daily temperature of 25.1 °C / 77.2 °F.


Although good reasonably priced accommodation can be found everywhere the city center has been well developed and hotels of every class and price range are available. The neighborhoods of Palermo, Belgrano and Recoleta are favorites with many travellers.’s Hot Deal Hotels:

A&b Internacional

Abasto Hotel

Alma De Plata Buenos Aires Hotel

America Plaza Hotel

Americas Towers

Apart Hotel & Spa Congreso

Argenta Suites Belgrano

Argenta Tower Hotel & Suites

Arroyo Towers

Aspen Square

Aspen Suites

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Ba Sohotel

Bauen Suite Hotel

Bel Air

Best Western Central Hotel

Bisonte Palace Hotel

Bohemia Buenos Aires Hotel Boutique

Buenos Aires Ce Hotel De Diseño

Buenos Aires Grand Hotel

Buenos Aires Wilton Hotel

Bys Palermo

Caesar Park Silver Obelisco

Callao Plaza Suites



Castelar Hotel & Spa

Chateau Blend Hotel

De Las Americas

Design Suites Buenos Aires

Destino Real Hotel


Dos Congresos

Duomi Plaza Hotel

El Conquistador


Eurobuilding Hotel Boutique Buenos Aires

Feirs Park Hotel

Fertilia Downtown Apartments

Finisterra Hotel Boutique

Forcadell Apartments Martinez


Gran Hotel Argentino

Gran Hotel De La Paix

Grand Boulevard Hotel

Hollywood Suites & Lofts

Hollywood Suites & Lofts - Las Suites

Hotel Area: Palermo

Hotel Area: Palermo

Hotel Area: Palermo

Hotel Area: San Telmo

Hotel Boca

Hotel Embajador

Hotel Impala

Hotel Scala By Cambremon

Hotel Sheltown

Howard Johnson Hotel Boutique Recoleta

Icaro Suites

Imperial Park

Intercontinental Buenos Aires

Kenton Palace Buenos Aires

Ker Belgrano Apart Hotel & Spa

Ker Recoleta Hotel & Spa

Ker Urquiza Hotel & Suites

La Perla

Lennox Hotel Buenos Aires

Loi Suites Arenales

Loi Suites Esmeralda

Loi Suites Recoleta

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Mansion Dandi Royal

Marriott Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires

Mayflower Suites

Melia Buenos Aires


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Nh  De Julio  

Nh City Tower

Nh Crillon

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Palermo Place

Palermo Suites Buenos Aires

Panamericano Hotel

Patios De San Telmo

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Plaza San Martin

Pop Hotel

Pulitzer Buenos Aires

Reconquista Luxor

Regente Palace

Reino Del Plata Hotel Boutique

Republica Wellnes & Spa

Riva Urban Loft

Room Mate Carlos

San Telmo Flats   

Sarmiento Palace Hotel

Savoy Hotel Buenos Aires

Sheraton Libertador


Star Rate

Sunlight Recoleta Apartments & Suites

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Ultra Hotel

Unique Art Elegance

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Urban Suites Recoleta Boutique Hotel

Uthgra De Las Luces

Vain Boutique

The Culture of Buenos Aires

With one of South America’s busiest live theater industries, as well as an award winning film industry, Buenos Aires has been called the "Paris of South America". Along with the Teatro Colón, an internationally rated opera house, several symphony orchestras and choral societies, innumerable museums of every kind, as well as beautifully preserved examples of architecture, jazz music and the tango, Buenos Aires offers the traveller endless hours of cultural pleasures. Also known as the “city of books”, Buenos Aires has hundreds of bookstores, public libraries and cultural associations.

Argentina is the birthplace of the tango and its music is heard everywhere you go and provides the soundtrack of the city.

The tango is so popular and such an integral part of Argentine life that in 2009 UNESCO's Intergovernmental Committee of Intangible Heritage declared tango part of the world's cultural heritage.

Buenos Aires architecture is characterized by its variety, with components resembling Barcelona, Paris and Madrid. Reflecting the origins of its immigrant past elements of Colonial, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Neo-Gothic and French Bourbon styles are well preserved and contribute heavily to the atmosphere and attitude of the city.

Things To Do - Attractions of Worth in Buenos Aires

Visiting museums, historical places, strolling along the Avenida de Mayo, or relaxing in a coffee shop on the Avenida 9 de Julio are all a part of a day in Buenos Aires. At night visiting a Tango show in San Telmo, eating a delicious dinner in a typical "parrillada" or going to a pub to listen to live rock or jazz bands is the thing to do.

Some Places of Interest in Buenos Aires:

British Arts Centre


Casa de la Cultura

Catedral Metropolitana

Cementerio de la Chacarita

Cementerio de la Recoleta

Cementerio de la Recoleta

Critics' choice

Critics' choice

El Obelisco

El Zanjón de Granados

Floralis Genérica

Jardín Botánico Carlos Thays

Jardín Japonés

Jardín Zoológico

Manzana de las Luces

Museo de la Pasión Boquense

Museo Mitre

Palacio Barolo

Palacio Barolo

Palacio del Congreso

Palais de Glace

Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur

Teatro Colón

Tierra Santa

El Zanjón de Granados

MALBA: Colección Costantini

MALBA: Colección Costantini

Museo Casa Carlos Gardel

Museo Casa de Yrurtia

Museo de Armas de la Nacíon

Museo de Arte Español Enrique Larreta

Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori

Museo de Bellas Artes de La Boca Benito Quinquela   Martín

Museo de Calcos y Esculturas Comparadas

Museo de la Pasión Boquense

Museo del Traje

Museo Etnográfico

Museo Evita

Museo Histórico Nacional

Museo Histórico Nacional del Cabildo y de la   Revolución de Mayo

Museo Histórico y Numismático del Banco de la   Nación Argentina

Museo Mitre

Museo Nacional de Arte Decorativo

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Museo Nacional Ferroviario

Museo Participativo de Ciencias

Museo Participativo de Ciencias Naturales   Bernardino Rivadavia

The Buenos Aires Menu

Argentina has become synonymous with excellent beef and the restaurants of Buenos Aires always feature this delicacy on their menus as well as a wide selection of regional dishes and cuisine influenced by the immigrants who arrived over the years from all across Europe and Asia.

The most popular of all Argentine dishes is "el asado" or "parrillada".  A mixed grill of steak and other cuts a traditional parrillada offers meat, sausages, chinchulines, riñones, and blood sausage, and it’s all cooked over a charcoal or a wood fire and served with chimichurri, the Argentine style of marinade. Argentine beef is some of the world’s best and a meal of parrillada is a must for any serious foodie.

A light meal of "minutas", dishes that take a short time to cook, are most often served in restaurants and bars, and the breaded meat dish "milanesa" with fried potatoes is popular as well. The Argentine version of empanadas, a dough filled small portions of ground meat, olives, boiled egg and spices is popular with Argentines and visitors alike.

If you seek a more International menu Buenos Aires has many Italian, Spanish, Japanese, French, Nordic, Mexican Chinese, Arab, Turkish and Armenian restaurants to choose from too. Argentines tend to dine later in the evening and going out for a meal at 10:00 pm is not uncommon.

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