Book Hotels & Hostels Online
Book your accommodation online with our carefully selected partners. The hotel and hostel metasearch engines we use only have verified reviews, meaning you can trust that the customer ratings are by real customers. Booking online also gives you the peace of mind knowing that you will have accommodation when you arrive. In smaller towns in the Argentina, some places aren’t open year-round, close for siesta or get overbooked, which means you can show up and find no rooms available.
Another great thing about booking online with these partners is that participating hotels aren’t permitted to charge less in person than what the customer pays online, so you know you are getting the best price.
Hotels Combined is the world’s largest hotel metasearch engine with a great selection of accommodations that includes hotels, resorts, apart-hotels and cabins throughout Argentina.
Booking.com is another trusted hotel booking engine which is owned by Priceline. They work with not only chain hotels, but many smaller family hotels and guest houses. One of the reasons people like to book with this company is because they don’t take any money upfront and cancelling reservations is easy.
Airbnb is increasingly popular in Argentina, especially with slow travelers looking to settle in somewhere for a bit. The reason is because it is notoriously difficult for foreigners to rent apartments for longer stays due to local property laws that require a renter to have a deed to a property to secure a lease. This means that furnished rentals for travelers tend to be higher-priced and agents take large fees.
Airbnb enables travelers to cut out the middle-man, making the local short-term rental market more accessible so that travelers can rent directly from owners. Airbnb also allows visitors to ‘live like a local.’ By using Wander Argentina’s Airbnb link to sign up you get a free credit toward your stay.
For those on a budget, nothing beats a hostel hopping. Hostelworld is the world’s largest hostel search engine.