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Capital cities often attract the country's best and brightest and its various neighborhoods often crackle with creativity and energy. Recoleta in Buenos Aires is certainly no exception to the rule. You can find this exciting area 2 miles to the north of the capital's bright downtown lights.

Buenos Aires is home to plenty of superb attractions, such as the Teatro Colon, Casa Rosada and the Obelisco.

The Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires and Palacio Duhau - Park Hyatt Buenos Aires are all located within walking distance from El Ateneo Grand Splendid, and the Alvear Palace Hotel and Algodon Mansion are within walking distance of the Faculty of Medicine - UBA.

There is a great selection of hotels in Recoleta. Amongst the most economical hotel establishments are the Petit Recoleta Hostel and The Recoleta Hostel.

If you'd like to stay at one of Recoleta's more high-end accommodations, book into the Hub Porteño and Mio Buenos Aires Hotel.

Accommodation options near Recoleta

If you can't find suitable Recoleta accommodation, you should also check out the hotels in Barrio Norte, a neighborhood that is located 0.6 miles southwest of central Recoleta. Or you could take a look at Expedia's Santa Fe Avenue hotels guide for hotels in Santa Fe Avenue, another Buenos Aires neighborhood.

At Expedia, our objective is to to ensure you and your family return home with amazing memories from your time in Buenos Aires. Please visit our Buenos Aires vacation travel guide and Buenos Aires hotels page for more great information.

Everyone can admire the time and technique involved in the sculpting of Floralis Genérica. If you plan to head to this attraction but aren't keen on a time-wasting commute, the CasaSur Recoleta and Meliá Recoleta Plaza will be right up your alley. Whether you are a serious art lover or just like viewing beautiful creations, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is an art museum worth visiting. The Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires and The Brick Hotel Buenos Aires by MGallery Collection are fairly close by, so you have no excuse to not visit this attraction.

If all that sightseeing in Recoleta is starting to feel less like a vacation and more like work, drop by for a snack at Starbucks. Tourists that are in need of something heartier can dig in to a meal at Bel Air Hotel. When the moon starts to rise, kickstart a lively evening with a drink or two at Maluco Beleza.