The capital city, Buenos Aires, is one of our favourite gay cities on the continent. It's got everything you need for a truly terrific gaycation : a huge gay scene, many cultural things to do queer tango classes anyone? Perhaps our biggest test of how gay friendly a destination is: the response when we initially make contact with a few of the hotels and ask them if they're ok hosting a gay couple, who want to sleep in a double bed.
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Any suggestions for a gay friendly hotel in Recoleta with a liberal guest policy? There are many apart hotels IQ, Concord Callao ,etc located in Recoleta and in other parts of the city which do not monitor guests coming into the building. It is common in South America that you should not allow a stranger to enter your accommodations.
You have many different hotels to stay during your visit to Buenos Aires. The city have lots of very nice and well located Hotels in great areas. My fauvorites are small design hotels, but every visitor has its preferences and budget. Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan and open minded city, so you can stay in a normal hotel.
The hotel, set near the historic San Telmo neighborhood, is the second of its kind developed by Spain's Axel Corp. But "we're also about fighting to help the normalization and acceptance of gays in society. Why should we try and hide ourselves?
There are two levels with about 8 rooms. There is a fantastic roof deck for sunning and meeting fellow travelers. Breakfast is included and is continental.
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!
Any great places to hang out in Recoleta as a young gay male? Still trying to find a great hotel also in Recoleta. If you are in Buenos Aires on the first and third thursday of every month why not go along to the social group for gay expatriates "Gays Away in Buenos Aires". You have probably gone to Argentina and come back by now, but if not here is the best way to solve both the problems you ask about.
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