In the Buenos Aires region, there are many options for luxury hotels, some of which are international chains including Park Hyatt and the Four Seasons. Both of these hotels incorporated old Argentinian charm in their design while others, like the Alvear Palace will provide you with a true feel of the Argentinian culture. They offer tango shows and a hammam-style spa
Eco-resorts are growing in popularity in Argentina. These resorts are designed to immerse you in the natural landscape of the country. Some have age limits, requiring that all guests be over a certain age to maintain the tranquility of the location.
If you are looking for a unique stay in Argentina, consider an estancia, working ranches that are critical to the beef industry in the country. Many have pools, horseback riding and gaucho shows which are mini-rodeos allowing the “Argentinian cowboys” to demonstrate their skill.
You will need a valid passport to enter Argentina and, if your passport is damaged, they may deny you entry and return you to your home country at your expense. You do not need a visa if you are visiting for 90 days or less. Your passport must have one blank page for the entry stamp. You cannot take more than $10,000 US if you are over 16 or $5,000 US if you are under 16 out of the country.