Argentina itself ranks as one of the most gay friendly countries in the world with very progressive LGBTQ laws and there are excellent Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in Argentina are among the most advanced in the world. Upon legalising same-sex marriage on 15 July 2010, Argentina became the first country in Latin America, the second in the Americas, and the tenth in the world to do so.
Argentina also “has one of the world’s most comprehensive transgender rights laws its Gender Identity Law, passed in 2012, allows people to change their legal gender without facing barriers such as hormone therapy, surgery or psychiatric diagnosis that labels them as having an abnormality.
Buenos Aires is Argentina’s big, cosmopolitan capital city. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. Other major attractions include Teatro Colón, a grand 1908 opera house with nearly 2,500 seats, and the modern MALBA museum, displaying Latin American.
Top attractions to visit in Buenos Aires?
Day Tours Buenos Aires
- Gaucho Day Tour Ranch in San Antonio de Areco from Buenos Aires
- Premium Tigre Delta and San Isidro Tour from Buenos Aires
- Full-day Cafayate, Lerma Valley, and Wine Tasting from Salta
- Small-Group Day Trip to Colonia from Buenos Aires
- Iguazu Falls Private Day Trip from Buenos Aires with Airfare
1. LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN – Gay Hotels Buenos Aires
LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN offers gay-friendly accommodation in Buenos Aires, located in San Telmo neighbourhood. The property has a relaxing hot tub and free WiFi access in all areas. Breakfast is included.
Rooms at LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN are fitted with a cable TV and a DVD player. Some rooms also have air conditioning, a coffee machine and private bathroom facilities.
LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN offers its guests a cosy lounge area, shared kitchen facilities and a library. There is also a sun terrace with lovely views of the city, and the front desk is available at all times.
This hostal was exactly what I was looking for. Very good location. Nice hosts who make you feel comfortable from the first moment on and always asking if everything is alright and if you need any special information and always taking time for a small-talk. Breakfast is good and plenty. Sleeping quality in my room was very good.
Every day I had cleaning service with fresh towels and the bed was made nicely. The hostel has different floors, breakfast room, living room, spacious roof terrace and is very nicely decorated. I just loved it.
The bed and breakfast is in heart of San Telmo next to Plaza where they tango all the time. Santo and Javier the manager and co manager are wonderful people who want to keep you safe.One can meet men from all over the world. I had a wonderful room with a view of the magnificent church and steps from the terrace where you can sunbathe in the nude if you desire. they will make arrangements to pick you up and take you back to the airport. The breakfast is continental but ample enough to make a great start.
How much does a room costs at LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN?
Prices start 80 $/night for Double Room with Private Bathroom.
This single room features air conditioning and hardwood floors. It has a cable TV, a DVD player, a coffee machine and a private bathroom.
Where to book online– LGY G A Y Bed & Breakfast ONLY MEN – Gay Hotels Buenos Aires – you can find the best hotels deals in Buenos Aires during International Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Buenos Aires onBooking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Home Hotel Buenos Aires 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, spa facilities and a chic garden, Home hotel offers designer style décor in Buenos Aires.
Home Hotel has air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen cable TV. Some of them feature spa baths, private terraces and city views.
Guests staying at Home are only a 10-block walk from Serrano Square’s trendy craft fair in Palermo. There is a Polo Court 12 blocks away.
A full breakfast with juices, croissants and regional jams can be enjoyed daily and the restaurant offers international dishes and regional flavours.
Aesthetic and ambiance. Spotless, modern and minimalist. rooms are spacious and well-equipped, with thoughtful touches that make life easier when you’re on the road. i especially loved the guide they give you upon arrival. lovingly curated by the owners, it provided endless inspiration for my friends and me as we explored the massive metropolis.
Restaurant and bar. Absolutely lovely! the space is indoor/outdoor, and i enjoyed both during my time. the patio area looks out into a pretty garden and small pool. the drinks are well-executed and the food is high-quality and delicious. overall, the vibe is very relaxing and a great spot to lounge with a book or catch up with a friend (or maybe make a new one!). I also appreciated the fact that they had great taste in music.
This little oasis is located in the heart of Palermo and within walking distance to great restaurants. Staff were on hand to help with everything which made working our way around Buenos Aires so much easier. Our room might not have a garden view like the the other rooms but we were happy with how quiet it was. Upon check in, they provide a very handy little book on the what to do/see/eat around the area which came in very handy!
How much does a room costs at Home Hotel Buenos Aires?
Prices start 120 $/night for Double Room. The Superior Double Room with Garden View is 155$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
An air-conditioned room with a flat-screen cable TV, garden views and a private bathroom with a towel heater (during winter). Please note twin beds cannot be guaranteed as they are subject to availability.
Where to book online– Home Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires – you can find the best hotels deals in Buenos Aires during International Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Buenos Aires on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Mine Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires
Located in the chic Palermo Soho district, Mine Hotel is an award winning design hotel featuring a pool by the garden and a courtyard with a water fountain. Wi-Fi is free. Plaza Serrano is 3 blocks away.
Boasting designer décor, rooms at Hotel Mine feature large windows and concrete floors. All of them have cable TV, minibars, and DVD players.
A buffet breakfast with complimentary hot dishes is served daily. Drinks and hot beverages from the coffee bar can be enjoyed in the garden.
Guests can unwind or enjoy themselves reading a book on the sun loungers by the pool. Evita Peron Museum is 1.6 km away. Palermo’s lively nightlife is literally around the corner.
Mine Hotel is a beautiful 20 rooms- hotel in the heart of Palermo Soho, the most trendy neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Esthetics, avant-garde and a warm style of personalized attention are combined in this boutique option that offers a garden with pool, wi-fi, buffet breakfast and a homely living area for a relax time. All rooms with mini bar, laptop-sized safety box and complimentary amenities. Some rooms feature also Jacuzzi.
The Mine Hotel is located in an excellent area of Palermo. Just steps outside you can find charming shops, and all sorts of restaurants in an easy walking area.
The hotel itself is small , as was my room..however it was comfortable, clean and had all the amenities .
The breakfast rooms was bright and comfortable breakfast was great…in addition to the cold buffet , you could order hot food as well.
The lobby is small but there is a lounge area with sofas and many books for browsing or simply sitting and relaxing.
We had a wonderful stay at the Mine Hotel Boutique. The room was quite comfortable and very nicely appointed. The lobby and garden were welcoming and comfortable. Internet worked great and breakfast was terrific as well.
We are so glad we chose to stay in Palermo Soho. What a great neighborhood, lots of good restaurants, bars, and boutiques; a very hip vibe to the area. We loved the street art and the general activity level of the area.
The Mine is very well placed in amongst the excellent restaurants and bars of Palermo. Our room was generous in size, very clean and well equipped. Excellent bathroom. Most importantly, it was really quiet at night despite the great location.
The breakfast area is nicely designed, with access to an enclosed terrace if the weather is appropriate.
This small hotel is located just outside the more interesting neighborhood of Palermo – literally two or three blocks away – meaning that it avoids some of that noise and crowd but is not right at the action.
Everything here is small, from the lobby to the elevator to the rooms and bathrooms. Small yes, but also comfortable and welcoming. The best part of this hotel is the fabulous breakfast, which has various cold options on the buffet (breads, cereal, fruit, etc.) and also makes to order eggs, pancakes and other items. The breakfast area, and the public space in general, is very attractive both in and of itself and in its lookout over the walled patio/pool area.
Definitely a good option for a traveller with an interest in a boutique hotel near Palermo.
How much does a room costs at Mine Hotel Buenos Aires?
It can be fitted with a queen size bed or twin beds. An extra bed can be added.
Where to book online– Mine Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires – you can find the best hotels deals in Buenos Aires during International Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Buenos Aires on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
4. Faena Hotel Buenos Aires 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires
Set in an impressive building with spa facilities and a swimming pool, Faena Hotel Buenos Aires is a 5-star design hotel offering plush accommodation in upscale Puerto Madero. WiFi access is available.
Boasting stylish décor, rooms at Faena Hotel feature automatic velvet curtains and venetian blinds. All of them have home theatres and minibars.
Decorated in white and Gold, Bistro Sur offers international cuisine. There is also a cellar containing the largest collection of Argentinean wines.
Through folds of red velvet, sweeping panoramic views and whispers of golden Belle Époque elegance, the hotel is an urban oasis located in the very heart of the city. Just a few steps away from the Financial District, Faena Hotel celebrates the spirit of the city that never sleeps. Bursting with flavor and flowing with Argentina’s famous red wines, it has become an epicurean destination ranging from an authentic estancia-style asado barbecue in El Mercado to Bistro Sur’s haute cuisine. A staple in the Buenos Aires social scene, craft cocktails and bottles of Malbec are sipped nightly at the exclusive Library Lounge and Poolbar.
El Cabaret is home to the world’s most riveting tango show—Rojo Tango. Ancestral healing rituals and a wide variety of exceptional therapies make Faena Spa one of the best-kept secrets in town. An iconic destination, Faena Hotel Buenos Aires draws fashionable crowds to Puerto Madero with its stunning outdoor pool, one of the city’s prime see-and-be-seen spots.
Absolutely delighted with this property and every single employee we encountered. Rooms were spacious and comfortable with very much updated bathrooms in a very old brick building converted from a warehouse to a fine hotel. The pool bar and restaurant were excellent, the breakfast restaurant was outstanding.
And we took advantage of our experience manager’s suggestion to attend the Red Tango Cabaret and were more than delighted with the quality of the food and the entertainment. All around, have nothing but great things to say about this hotel and look forward to a return visit. Very safe neighborhood and we walked all over the place with no fear.
I loved the Faena Hotel, which we moved to from the Park Hyatt Buenos Aires. Being at the Faena felt like stumbling into a fabulous Argentine party. LOVED the pool in the bricked-in courtyard and pool scene. The pool was a lot of fun whether on Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening and Sunday morning. We found the service to be great. The best was the party in the Library Lounge on a Saturday night – amazing live music and fantastic scene.
Some may say the location is a bit far from the center, but I vastly preferred the walkable, modern Puerto Madero district to Recoleta (and it was still only a short cab ride away from Recoleta, Soho Palermo, etc.). On a beautiful Sunday morning Puerto Madero was filled with people walking and along the river. We loved it and walked over to the Pink Palace. Would definitely recommend for a couples trip.
If you are staying in the Puerto Madero neighborhood in Buenos Aires, this hotel is a real gem. The historic building gives it character while everything else is quite modern. The staff was super helpful during my stay.
My room was spacious and comfortable. I had plenty of room for my stuff and to move around. The desk was a tad small though I was able to make it work. It was helpful to have a variety of plugs available so I didn’t need to use an adapter. It would have been nice to have coffee/tea in the room though that was a minor inconvenience.
The poolside bar is comfortable and fun. I only ate at the main restaurant for breakfast and I left satisfied each day. There is a great selection of food and omelettes are made to order.
The fitness center is large and well-equipped. Be prepared, though, as the Argentinians don’t air condition common areas heavily. It was quite warm during my morning workouts. The gym typically opens at 7 though they were happy to open earlier when we asked.
Overall, a great choice.
How much does a room costs at Faena Hotel Buenos Aires?
Prices start 250 $/night for Double Room with Park View. The One-Bedroom Suite with Garden View is 420$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This spacious suite features panoramic park views and a luxurious décor. It has a has a comfortable bedroom, separated from the dining and seating area by refined sliding doors. It also features a large marble bathroom, including a free-standing Philippe Starck designer bathtub and guest powder room.
Where to book online – Faena Hotel Buenos Aires – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires – you can find the best hotels deals in Buenos Aires during International Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Buenos Aires on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
5. Park Royal City Buenos Aires 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires
Offering 3-star accommodation and a strategic location, Park Royal Buenos Aires has easy access to shops, restaurants and art galleries. it is located only one block from Plaza San Martín square, one block from Santa Fe avenue and 3 blocks from Florida St. Puerto Madero neighborhood is also nearby.
Rooms at Park Royal Buenos Aires have free WiFi access and are spacious and elegantly decorated. A daily American buffet breakfast is included.
The privileged central location of Park Royal City Buenos Aires invites you to discover the City’s historical monuments, its cafes, museums & stone pavements in atmosphere filled with history and art. The 56 rooms of the hotel feature an elegant and modern decoration. All the rooms are equipped with kitchenette, dinnerware set, microwave oven, coffee maker, cable TV, telephone, hair dryer & safety box.
They also feature a living area, central air conditioning & Blackout curtains for a peaceful rest. Delight yourself in the mornings with the continental breakfasts included in your reservation. Buenos Aires is one of the most cosmopolitan cities of Latin America due to its European style.
Location is walking distance to some sights and to the well developed riverside area with restored sailing ships and a wide variety of restaurants and bars. Police have a high profile here and we felt safe. Breakfast buffet style was fine. The hotel served only scrambled eggs plus sausage for hot food but fair selection of other stuff and good coffee. Pleasant staff. We are happy to be going back for a further night shortly before the end of our holiday in Patagonia. Buenos Aires itself is a lovely city.
The hotel was the best place I stayed in while having three separate accommodations in South America. Everything touristy was in walking distance, the room was very big and very clean. The hotel staff was extremely helpful and kind.
Walking distance to a subway station, bus lines, and taxi of course. If you are a good walker you can walk to a lot of areas of interest (like recoleta cemetery, florida street for shopping, even san telmo).
The hotel’s location made walking to many of the city’s attractions possible. Our room was clean and quite spacious. We were fortunate to have a bedroom and a small sitting room, and two bathrooms. I would recommend this hotel as a reasonably priced, well located hotel with very friendly concierge staff who were always friendly and helpful.
Strategically located in an area of the Retiro District with easy access to all sorts of transportation; all very inexpensive and consistently available (subway, taxis, buses). Three short blocks away from Florida street, where you will most likely find just about anything Buenos Aires has to offer. Also, about the same distance to Cordoba avenue, a nice commercial area close to the hotel.
We were thrilled at the glorious opportunity of watching a public performance at the top of Florida street, of the Buenos Aires Symphony Band, that played during an hour great music by J. Strauss’s sons.
The Royal Park is a 3-star hotel that constantly reminded us of being at a 4-star hotel. This is mainly due to the young staff of the hotel, always courteous, knowledgeable, ready to serve and very good at giving directions of all sorts. This is not a new hotel and the rooms, although comfortable and spacious, are clearly old. However, everything at the hotel was spotlessly clean and well kept. Perhaps the only things that need upgrading are the quality of breakfast (nicely included in the final price) and Internet access; not working well in some areas of the room.
How much does a room costs at Park Royal City Buenos Aires?
This suite has 1 bedroom and a living room. It is fitted with a minibar and a microwave.
Where to book online – Park Royal City Buenos Aires – Gay Friendly Hotels Buenos Aires – you can find the best hotels deals in Buenos Aires during International Tango Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Buenos Aires on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.