An eco hotel, or a green hotel, is an environmentally sustainable hotel or accommodation that has made important environmental improvements to its structure in order to minimize its impact on the natural environment and eco friendly hotels Argentina are considered excellent place to hang out for a couple of nights in Buenos Aires and beyond in Argentina.
So, it may not be brand-new information that Argentina as a nation is not as far up in the eco-chart as some other countries, such as Singapore or Finland. … The list takes into consideration several factors such as air quality, water resources, and biodiversity, and sure, Argentina certainly is not in the top ten.
Best Eco Tours in Argentina
- Chico Circuit and Cerro Campanario
- Full day Argentina Falls Tour – PRIVATE
- Full Day Escondido & Fagnano Lakes – PRIVATE
- Brazilian Falls Bird Park and Itaipu Dam from Puerto Iguazu
- Bird Park & Iguassu Brazilian Side Gran Meliá Hotel Exclusive – Private Tour
See all Eco Tours in Argentina on GetYourGuide.
1. Delta Eco Hotel 4* – Eco Hotels Argentina
Delta Eco Spa is an elegant spa resort surrounded by green gardens and located 30 km away from Buenos Aires, on Tigre Delta. It offers tasteful rooms, tailored spa programs, 2 hot tubs and 2 swimming pools, a covered one and a heated one. All rates are full board plus, including 2 lunches, 1 dinner and 1 buffet breakfast.
Rooms and private bungalows at Delta Eco Spa have tasteful wooden floors and calming colours. All are equipped with air conditioning, private balconies and LCD and satellite TV. Some have a private hot tub.
On a landscaped property beside a canal, this rustic all-inclusive hotel in a complex of wood buildings is 9 km from art at Tigre Club and 10 km from a ferry terminal.
Understated rooms offer Internet access, flat-screens and minibars. Upgraded rooms have balconies and whirlpool tubs; cabins add canal views.
A ferry terminal shuttle is free. Meals (provided) are served in a restaurant that has a fireplace. Other amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs and a poolside bar, plus a spa, saunas and a gym. There’s a mini-golf course and a game room, as well as walking trails and kayaking facilities. Kids age 11 and over are welcome.
The hotel offers 16 standard rooms, 4 superior rooms and 19 studio apartments cottages with private dock, two areas of pools: an indoor heated pool and a jacuzzi for 6 people; another pool, where you can choose a leisure pool, a wave machine and a hot tub, hiking trails and walkways, internet service, satellite TV and permanent security.
The property is for guests 10 years, including restaurants. For safety and environmental care smoking is prohibited on decks and semi-covered areas of the hotel.
Delta Eco Spa is a place where you can just relax, enjoy all it has to offer and disconnect from the everyday stresses. I feel that a trip to beautiful Argentina would not be complete without a luxurious few days at this enchanting resort.
As a resort, the Delta Eco Spa is quite young, perhaps a year old. The main building, where we stayed, is beautiful, in a simple way — everything is wood, very clean, comfortable, and modern. We had one superior room and one standard room. The standard room was on the small side, while the superior room had a very large bathroom with jacuzzi tub, separate shower room, and a large deck. Sitting out on the deck was lovely.
All meals are included. The cuisine makes use of fresh produce and is creative, though I have the feeling that some of the entrees were premade: jamon crudo-wrapped stuffed breast of chicken appeared at a number of meals. The food varied from completely delicious to just OK. Similarly, the food service varied: sometimes very attentive, but, on one day, the staff had not even begun to set up at the time the food was to be served.
The staff in general is young, friendly, extremely nice, and eager to please. The resort gave me a good feeling because the staff is so nice. Some speak English but most do not. If you speak no Spanish, you may find it a little challenging to stay here.
The grounds are beautifully landscaped, and the feeling is one of staying in a lovely garden. If you need constant activities, however, this may not be the place for you. While there are swimming pools and spa facilities, as well as kayaks, the island is not large — one can probably walk its perimeter in 40 minutes.
To reach the spa you get picked up in Tigre and travel by boat to the spa, this is a wonderful trip through the nature. By arrival we were welcomed by a very friendly staff which always seems to be ready to help you with about anything.
The spa is isolated and offered us a welcome escape from our busy lives in Buenos Aires and a real touch with nature. We had a room in the main complex which was clean and big enough for us, the bed was just perfect. There are many possibilities in the spa like a sauna, steam room, pool, treatments etc. in addition the place is great to walk around or take a (free) kayak to boat around a bit.
The food was excellent and more than enough, but is only served at `fixed´ times. In between it is difficult to get a snack so it is ideal to get a healthy eating pattern.
Overall it is a great place to go with a friendly staff, excellent facilities and great food.
How much does a room costs at Delta Eco Hotel?
Prices start 428$/night for Standard Room. The Bungalow is 577$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
This bungalow features a private bathroom with hydromassage tub, air conditioning, minibar, a private balcony and a private dock.
Where to book online – Delta Eco Hotel – Eco Friendly Hotels Argentina – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Argentina during Buenos Aires Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Argentina on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Casa Calma Hotel 4* – Eco Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires
A 4-minute walk from General San Martín metro station, this chic boutique hotel with plant-wrapped walls is 11 minutes on foot from Teatro Colón and 2 km from the presidential palace, Casa Rosada.
Featuring floor-to-ceiling glass doors leading to balconies, the airy rooms provide minibars, Nespresso machines, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. All have open-plan en suite bathrooms with 2-person whirlpool tubs. Upgraded rooms add saunas. In-room massage is available.
A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in a hip dining room that has a self-service bar. There’s also a guest lounge, and loaner bikes made of bamboo.
hotel in Argentina devoted to the culture of wellness. Well wrapped up in a magnificent vertical garden, it is hidden away from the city in its own world in an exquisite, fresh and healing atmosphere. Located in the very heart of downtown, a block away from bustling Santa Fe Avenue and two blocks away from famous San Martin Square and Florida Street, CasaCalma is an urban oasis.”,”viewport”:”DESKTOP”}]}”>
If you’re interested in a luxury boutique hotel (17 rooms) that is eco-conscious in its practices, including the cleaning products used, look no further. Add in its central location – easy walking distance to Teatro Colon, the wonderful opera house, the pedestrianized shopping street of Florida and cafés and restaurants – friendly staff and spacious, beautiful rooms.
We stayed at the Casa Calma Hotel during our honeymoon. The hotel was perfect- great location, nice room and very friendly and helpful staff. Love that it’s eco-friendly as well.
Hard to find a place just like in the photos, but this one is. The location is about 20 minutes from the Aeroparque Jorge Newberry by taxi in Retiro neighborhood- took us 140 pesos to get there by official airport taxi.
It’s a little oasis of tranquility, from the warm soft color of the room to the wood used all around. The room (we had a deluxe superior, 402) is large, calm, and has the most amazing bathroom you can dream of. A two person jacuzzi, fully functional, a separate shower and another separate place for the toilet. The jacuzzi has a large window on the side place for champagne or wine glasses. Music is provided by a ceiling speaker 🙂 furniture and accessories are all eco-friendly, i actually read the detailed hotel brochure which provided details.
Only two rooms per floor- great sound isolation!
Staff is young and very friendly, full of positive energy- here we want to thank Analia (hope i remember this correctly) and Martin for all their support and help.
Hotel breakfast is served downstairs or in your room from 07:00 and 07:30 respectively, and has all the necessary ingredients, tasty coffee, croissants, very tasty and fresh fruit salad, eggs on request, a lot of jams and such, pastries, cheeses etc etc – you get the idea. If not included in the room rate can be purchased for 10 usd equivalent, as was our case.
Location is close to the famous Colon theatre and a shopping gallery, along with various restaurants and coffeehouses. If you’re tired and don’t feel like walking or taking a taxi, there is a small restaurant on the same street as the hotel just head left as you exit the hotel. The restaurant serves very good homemade pasta. Next to that is a small shop opened until 22:00, good to buy wine or water if you’d rather not pay the 130 pesos per Evian water in the room.
Great place to stay overall – the owners really managed to create an island of relaxation in the middle of the city!
Casa Calma is an eco-friendly hotel, centrally located, with spacious rooms, xlarge beds, shower, jacuzzi. The atmosphere is serene (“calma”) and the young service staff is available, quick, polite. The breakfast area rather small. All common parts (reception, breakfast area) were really small.
An lovely small Boutique hotel in downtown Buenos Aires. It is eco-friendly, great location and wonderful friendly staff. The rooms were very comfortable and yes calming and buffet breakfast was very nice. If you don’t like the big full service hotels, highly recommend this hotel.
The rooms are spacious though beware it’s an open plan bathroom (though not the loo!) into the bedroom. The bed was great and there was plenty of storage space. The bath area had a huge jacuzzi type bath, double vanity, shower and a mini sauna, which was unusual. The hotel is green/Eco conscious so the toiletries were all organic. The room also had a small balcony with a living wall which was nice.
The staff couldn’t have been more helpful, they really did make a huge effort, which was very much appreciated.
A great alternative to a bland chain hotel and a great variant on the excellent Alvear Palace.
How much does a room costs at CasaCalma Hotel?
Prices start 48$/night for Superior Double Room. The Deluxe Double Room is 58$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
Where to book online – CasaCalma Hotel – Eco Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires Argentina – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Argentina during Buenos Aires Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Argentina on Booking.com or Trip.com or Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Patagonia Eco Domes 3* – Eco Friendly Hotels Argentina
Displaying panoramic views of Fitz Roy hill, Patagonia Eco Domes provides accommodations in El Chalten. Surrounded by a lovely garden covering over 3 hectares, this tented camp offers private access to Laguna de los Tres trail, as well as a daily breakfast.
Rooms at Patagonia Eco Domes feature alpine styles and are comprised of fireplaces, seating areas and heating. Each full bathroom is en suite and includes free toiletries and a shower. Bed linens and towels are provided.
Stylish permanent tents, most with mountain views, in a laid-back lodge offering a restaurant.
The Patagonia Eco Domes is such a special place right at the base of Mt. Fitz Roy. You couldn’t stay closer to the mountain unless you were really camping. The eco domes are pretty luxurious – so clean with tons of space for luggage. Beds are so comfortable and spacious. The bathroom and shower were amazing, too.
We were there end of Feb with very warm weather and not much wind, but you have to light the fire in your room at least every 2 hours to avoid waking up to the cold, but it’s totally manageable so worth it. Hearing the crazy wind at night was such an experience. And we loved disconnecting from the world and wifi! Highly recommend the deluxe double room and the triple room for those with a bigger family. And recommend waking up at sunrise to see the sun hitting El Chalten – such a special view.
The location is perfect for the Laguna de Los Tres hike as it’s right on the El Pilar trailhead, saving you at least 2 hours of extra hiking, which we were so thankful for!
Food and drinks were superb – alcohol, beer, wine (everything you could want). The croissants at breakfast were incredible, tasted homemade. The packed lunches for our hike were amazing and ample – the empanadas were yummy. Dinner was different each night and really good.
The main lodge where check in is located is inviting and comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful, giving advice on what trails to hike, where to eat in town if you choose to not eat dinner at the lodge and they pack a great lunch for your hike (we did Laguna de los Tres).
The dome is spacious, warm (there was a cast iron wood fireplace that the staff will set up for you before you return from a hike) and the bed is large/comfortable. There is a large portion of the “wall” that is see-through to the beautiful landscape and mountains in the distance.
Just know that since you are up in the mountains it does get cold at night even during their summer, there is limited cell service and the dome does not have WiFi. It’s a great place to “get away” from it all. You can get WiFi in town.
Location: while remote that definitely added to the appeal. It’s a good twenty minutes drive from Chalten. A taxi from town was 750 ARS.
Dinner: we really liked the dinner a date their every night. Each meal comes with a starter main and dessert. We both really liked the onion soup and flourless chocolate cake. It was a nice was to celebrate after a long day of hiking.
Room: we liked our room. It gets kind of cold at night but the room has a wood fireplace which they will start for you. We did not add to the fire at night bc the blankets kept us warm enough. The shower is great and has lots of hot water And good pressure but it does take a few minutes to get hot.
Overall a cool experience.
There really isn’t much more to say about the Patagonia Eco Domes rather than the fact that you’re basically living in a natural reserve. No need to set the alarm here, you might be woken up by the beautiful Fitzroy that is illuminated in light red by the rising sun after having enjoyed a got bottle of red wine at your own private wood burner inside.
You can start your hike right at the front door after having enjoyed a good breakfast or ask the friendly staff to prepare a little take away snack for your journey. All in all a very special experience that I would recommend to everyone visiting beautiful El Chalten. Just make sure to book your transfer in advance as the place is quite far out from the actual town and not easy to get to at night time.
The Patagonia Eco Domes is a very interesting place to stay. We stayed for 2 nights and unfortunately the weather was not great and so we didn’t get the view we were hoping for.
Our dome had an ensuite and was a generous size. The bed was comfortable and there were also seats to sit on. The dome quickly got chilly when the fire burned out, but it was particularly cold and windy when we stayed. Our shower was blocked at first but was quickly fixed when we let them know. There was no wifi or TV at the property so it was a total digital detox for us!
The location is quite remote, being approx 15km down a gravel road from El Chalten. It’s possible to access hiking trails directly from the domes.
The domes themselves and surrounding area look exactly like the pictures on the website, that is to say just stunning and you are surrounded by nature.
I was in a shared dome, and while it is very basic compared to the suite domes, with just two single beds, the beds themselves are very comfortable and the sheepskin lining is so cosy it makes getting out of bed a struggle.
All shared domes use the communal showers and toilets (composting toilets, very eco friendly) the showers and toilets are always clean and tidy and after a long day of hiking it’s such a pleasure to have a hot shower.
How much does a room costs at Patagonia Eco Domes?
Prices start 330$/night for Double with Mountain View. The Deluxe Double Room is 505$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for couples.
A rustic room comprised of a fireplace, a seating area and heating. The full bathroom is completed with free toiletries and a shower. Bed linens and towels are provided. This room affords views of the mountains.
Where to book online – Patagonia Eco Domes – Eco Friendly Hotels Argentina – you can find the best eco friendly hotels deals in Argentina during Buenos Aires Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Argentina on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.