Gay Buenos Aires bloomed with homosexuality being legalized in the country in It came way ahead of the United Kingdom and the United States. Upscale Recoleta has some beautiful European architecture and is close to many of the tourist attractions while San Telmo has one of the best flea markets in the world. The former industrial port, Puerto Madero, underwent a massive transformation to emerge as one of the more trendy and vibrant neighborhoods. Our reviews of hotels in various parts of the city in Argentina will help you make the right choice on your next visit.
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The first five-star gay hotel in Latin America opened Wednesday in the Argentine capital, an increasingly popular destination on the worldwide gay tourist circuit. 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? Swimmers in one of the hotel's two pools certainly can't hide themselves: The hotel's top floor is a glass-bottomed pool that draws visitors' gazes upward as they enter the breezy lobby. Visitors can also choose between the typical "do not disturb sign" or a "please disturb" sign. The room hotel is "hetero-friendly," company officials say, noting about a quarter of the Barcelona hotel guests are heterosexual and predicting a similar pattern here.
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Facebook Link. Stay in the Recoleta district where you will find the beating heart of the city and the best gay and gay friendly restaurants and bars! Barrio Norte has always been the traditional gay neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Avenida Santa Fe in Recoleta , and Palermo to the north with gay bars and nightclubs, are the gayest areas.