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I’ve been to Buenos Aires many times, but my last stay a few months ago was without any doubt the best one, thanks to this amazingly well-run boutique hotel in the heart of the Microcentro.

I was looking for a tango experience in town on Google and found the Tango de Mayo hotel and fell in love with it, only looking at the pictures posted online. Then I wrote them to check for availabilities, and they replied so efficiently that my love for this place grew stronger. When I finally entered the hall, I was welcomed by an amiable staff and an exquisite and delicate fragrance I kept smelling even in my room.

The hotel is quite new and represents a true hymn to the passionate tango Porteño. Its glass and iron building was designed in 1913 by Fausto di Bacco, an Italian architect called to build the very Frenchie style headquarters to the Singer sewing machine firm.

I got a very stylish and comfortable room on the fifth floor. I enjoyed both the cocktail hour in the panoramic solarium on the top floor and the breakfast in the morning in the beautiful restaurant on the ground floor. By the way, don’t miss their delicious dulce de leche muffin!

There’s even a Fitness Room, but fitness is really not my cup of tea and I didn’t even entered it 😉

Tango de Mayo hotel, the most amazing hotel in Buenos Aires

The Tango de Mayo is located on the historic Avenida de Mayo, connecting the National Congress and the “Casa Rosada,” the Argentinian presidential residence, and the other major attractions of the old town such as the Obelisk, the Teatro Colon, the Cabildo, Calle Florida and Puerto Madero are all at a walking distance from the hotel. For more distant attractions, the subway line, the Buenos Aires subte, stops right in front of the entrance.

If you are planning a trip to Buenos Aires I heartily recommend to stay at the Tango de Mayo!

For more info and special offers, do check their website:

Personal Note

Thanks to my previous job and often for pleasure, I spent almost more time in hotels than at home in the last seventeen years. Here are those I consider special places not to be missed. Those I truly hope to come back to again and again…

These posts have nothing to do with sponsorships.

These are just places where I stayed and that I loved and felt like have to be recommended to everybody.

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Silvia's Trips

Hi there! My name is Silvia and after 15 years between the Paris Opera and the Palau de les Arts in Valencia I now run a boutique hotel in Cinque Terre, deal with tourism management and blogging, sail, horse-ride, play guitar and write about my solo trips around the world. For more info about me and my travel blog check my full bio.