A trip to Argentina can be anything you dream of. Late nights partying on the beach, daylong treks through the rain forest, boozy afternoons spent exploring wine country…let’s be honest, they all sound pretty fabulous. No matter what kind of vacation you’re planning, there’s a sweet, locally owned and managed bed & breakfast waiting to welcome you with open arms and make the experience that much more unforgettable. Here are some of our favorite B&Bs in Argentina:
El Edificio de Los Pavos Reales in Buenos Aires – If you’re a Spanish speaker, the name of this B&B alone is enough to grab your attention. “The Peacock Building” is a historically protected building with charm to spare. The home has two options for guests: a two-room suite that can comfortable fit one to four guests, and a patio room perfect for one to two travelers. Colorful artwork and beautiful woodwork set a sophisticated, old-world vibe that feels luxurious, yet welcoming.
Tesorito in Buenos Aires – “Little treasure” is indeed a special place that you’ll hold dear to your heart after staying as a guest. A patio is the perfect place to relax and catch a nap or enjoy a glass of wine. The friendly owners are always at hand to answer questions and ensure you enjoy your time in Buenos Aires, and they’re known for preparing a fantastic breakfast every morning to help guests power up for a big day out and about.
B&B Plaza Italia in Mendoza – B&B Plaza Italia is an ideal spot to stay if you’re looking forward to exploring Mendoza by foot. You’ll find the city’s most famous neighborhoods, squares, and shopping zones nearby. The gorgeous property is elegantly appointed with artwork in every room, and it’s clear that the owners take great pride in providing you with a clean and comfortable place to rest your head each night while vacationing in Mendoza.
Casa La Omama near Mendoza – Its location some 25 kilometers outside Mendoza puts this peaceful retreat right in the middle of the countryside. The simple accommodations accommodate 2, 5, or 7 people, depending on which option best suits your party. The home is situated on a working farm, where Pinot Noir grapes and olives are grown and harvested. The best part? Guests can coordinate to help on the farm during their stay.
Naturally, the best thing you can do in preparation for a trip to Argentina is practice your Spanish. From coordinating tours and transportation to mingling with B&B owners over a bottle of wine, you’ll have countless opportunities to put your Spanish skills to use. Be sure to contact us to learn more about private lessons, online courses, and other language learning opportunities.