Business Travel Guide
The best hotels, restaurants and activities for Buenos Aires business travelers.
Buenos Aires is truly one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities. It blends a Latino passion for life with a European style and sensibility. It is a city where anyone can find their niche: businessmen, artists, athletes and academics. The city is the commercial hub of Argentina and one of the world's busiest ports. Thriving industries include oil refining, textile production, metalworking and automobile manufacturing. Products such as meat, grain and tobacco are also processed and manufactured here. But this isn't a grubby old industrial city.
With its broad boulevards, stately architecture, sophisticated restaurants and sidewalk cafés, Buenos Aires is considered the "Paris of South America" — but with unbelievably low prices. You can truly enjoy a five-star experience across the board — hotels, restaurants, spas, polo, golf, tango — for less than half what it will cost you in London, New York or Tokyo. Be sure to try the amazing Argentine steaks and of course, its now world-famous wine, the Malbec red.