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Budget hotels & hostels
Large, comfortable rooms (two with kitchenette) are available at this tranquil place. There’s a grassy garden with beautiful pool, greenhouse breakfast room and two patios in which to relax.
This restored traditional home offers five high-ceilinged, lovely rooms with wooden floors; all are set around covered tile hallways and brick patios. One room with outside bathroom costs less. Breakfast is good, and there are bikes available for rent.
Patio De Moreno
The town’s hippest hotel boasts a fountain in the sunlit breakfast salon, with a serene patio and plunge pool. Slick, contemporary design in the king-sized bedrooms.
In an atmospheric old building facing the central square, San Antonio's newest and nicest hostel offers one spacious four-bed dorm with working fireplace, a pair of larger dorms and a lone private room up front...
Offering an outdoor pool, Hotel Volver has comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi in San Antonio de Areco, 15 blocks from San Antonio de Padua Church. Rooms at Volver will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and cable channels...
Only 500 metres from the river bank, La Demorada offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and private terraces in San Antonio de Areco. It features a lobby with a library and board games. The commercial area is 500 metres away...
Solar Del Pago
Surrounded by a lush garden with an indoor-outdoor pool, Solar del Pago offers stylish rooms with spa bath, private patios and free Wi-Fi. It is located only 1.5 km from San Antonio de Areco. A restaurant and a library are featured...
Posada De La Plaza
In picturesque San Antonio de Areco, Posada de la Plaza is set in a 17th-century Italian country house, filled with antique furniture. The cobblestoned winter garden overlooks Plaza Gomez Square...
Posada Don Salvador
Featuring an outdoor pool and barbacue facilities, Posada Don Salvador is located in San Antonio de Areco. This colonial-style inn offers free WiFi access and parking. Guests can also enjoy the property's bicycles for free...
Alma De Proa Bed & Breakfast
A bio-friendly property, Alma de Proa Bed & Breakfast offers Yoga classes, Ayurvedic massages and meditation, and alternative tours of San Antonio de Areco. A swimming pool can be enjoyed during the summer. Wi-Fi is free...
Hotel Y Spa San Carlos
San Carlos is a hacienda-style guesthouse and spa with free Wi-Fi in the picturesque San Antonio de Areco town. The outdoor pool offers hydromassages and views of the Areco Riverfront...
Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden, and BBQ facilities, El Jacarandá offers free Wi-Fi in San Antonio de Areco. The main square is 300 metres away...
Featuring a kitchen, a garden, and a patio with a seating area, Las Margaritas is a charming guest house in San Antonio de Areco. The town’s main square and bus terminal is 300 metres away...
La Pequeña Morada
Only 1.1 km from the main square, La Pequeña morada offers self-catering apartments in San Antonio de Areco. Breakfast is provided. The town centre is 800 metres away...
Close your eyes. Imagine a place where all you hear is crickets chirping and the wind blowing. You're in the Argentinean countryside, staying at a hostel with over 100 years of exciting history. Time goes by slower around here...
Located 500m from the Museo Gauchesco in Areco. For something fancier, try its sister estancia (www.la-bamba.com.ar).
This historic, 300-hectare working estancia is located about 20km from Areco. You can watch and even take part in managing cattle herds – or play golf and tennis at a nearby country club.
Estancia La Cinacina
On the edge of town, this touristy estancia offers comfortable lodgings in a pretty park setting. Weekend rates include daily horseback rides.
Hostal De Areco
Clustered with two other hotels, which aren’t as personable but do have pools, this humble place has a pleasant salon and a nice large grassy garden in back. Rooms are simple but comfortable.
This is Areco’s only hostel, and it’s a good one. Dorms and rooms are small but fine, and there’s a grassy garden (with parrilla ) in back. Bike rentals and tours available. Private rooms cost AR$150 on Saturday night.
Lovely grounds and historic location – this is where Ricardo Güiraldes wrote his gaucho epic Don Segunda Sombra . Good but not luxurious facilities and plentiful food; polo lessons available.