Many refer to the city as the most European city in Latin America. The city and suburbs has a population close to 17 million but due to the economic situation in the country those Argentinians that have the opportunity to move to another country have done so. High inflation, weak currency and resulting high cost of living has changed the city. Buenos Aires was the most visited city in South America, and the second-most visited city of Latin America but this has changed due to the economic situation in recent years.
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Home Destinations South America Argentina. We've been to BA several times during our big trip across Latin America, using it as a base. This allowed us to really explore the best of the gay scene and make lots of local friends along the way. We've taken all this info and bundled it up to create this bumper gay guide to the Buenos Aires gay scene including best hotels to stay, gay hangouts, events, things to do and more.
Gay Guide Argentina
The property has a relaxing hot tub and free WiFi access in all areas. Breakfast is included. Some rooms also have air conditioning, a coffee machine and private bathroom facilities. There is also a sun terrace with lovely views of the city, and the front desk is available at all times.
From luxurious five-star hotels to charming bed-and-breakfasts, we have stayed and reviewed many of the leading gay-friendly places to stay in Buenos Aires. Nearly all are located the three biggest gayborhoods of Palermo, Recoleta, and San Telmo. Conveniently located in the Palermo district of Buenos Aires with large rooms and great facilities!