Best Hotels near Buenos Aires Cruise Port Terminal

Buenos Aires Hotels near Cruise Ship Port - Passenger Terminal

Buenos Aires Puerto Madero

Port of Buenos Aires in Argentina

A large number hotels are located within close distance of the terminal,
right in Buenos Aires city center. Stay nearby in downtown, or in popular
areas such as Recoleta or Puerto Madero.

Most cruise passengers fly into Ezeiza international airport, which is
about 45 minutes to 1 hour away from the heart of the city. Several
establishments are located nearby. Some offer a free airport shuttle.
The domestic airport is Jorge Newbery.

Buenos Aires

Pre and Post Cruise Accommodation – Where to Stay ?

Many hotels are located within reasonable distance of the cruise passenger terminal, which is located at Puerto Buenos Aires, situated about half a mile from downtown. Large cruise ships dock at the new passenger terminal called Benito Quinquela Martin, Puerto Nuevo. Plenty of taxis are available and very reasonable.

A recommended area is Recoleta, a more residential area with lots of restaurants, first class hotels, beautiful architecture, fashionable boutiques and lots of small shops. Puerto Madero is another excellent area. It’s a newly developing neighborhood, safe, and within walking distance to nice restaurants, to Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada and the Cathedral. It is considered one of the safest area’s of Buenos Aires. Another option is staying in a reasonable priced or more luxurious hotel in downtown Buenos Aires, very near to the port.

Add a couple days to your cruise and visit the spectacular Iguazu Falls. Highly recommended !

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Buenos Aires city centre at night
Mérit San Telmo
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Budget friendly 3 star accommodation located in downtown Buenos Aires Argentina.

Buenos Aires Puerto Madero waterfront of Rio De La Plata
Hotel Madero Buenos Aires
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Situated in the city’s Puerto Madero waterfront district, on the Rio de la Plata riverbank.

Puerto Madero Buenos Aires
Hilton Buenos Aires
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Luxury 5 star hotel located in Puerto Madero, within easy reach of the cruise terminal.

Buenos Aires Cruise Port in Argentina

Many cruise voyages departing from Buenos Aires sail around Cape Horn and end in Valparaiso Chile or Callao Lima in Peru.

Other itineraries will bring you to world famous Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, or to the Amazon port of Manaus. Longer trips can depart in Port Everglades fl. or San Diego ca.

  • Benito Quinquela Martin Ship Passenger Terminal – Pier at Puerto Nuevo

    Cruise Terminal Address

    Pureto Nuevo Terminal de Pasajeros

    Avenida de los Inmigrantes y Edision Terminal 3

    Darsena C / Basin C, Buenos Aires Argentina.

    Ferry to Montevideo – Colonia del Sacramento – Piriapolis in Uruguay — The cruise terminal for the Buguebus ferry is next to Puerto Madero. This passenger terminal is different from where large ocean ships depart.

    Benito Quinquela Martin Passenger Terminal


    phone: (+54) (11) 4342-1727

    web :

  • Paris of the South – Birthplace of Fiery Tango

    Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, and the politcal, cultural and financial heart of the country.

    It’s a dazzling city full of history, located on the southeastern coast of Argentina. From La Boca with its colourful streets and buildings, the chic neighborhood of Palermo Soho to the modern Promenades and refurbished docks in Puerto Madero.

    The sights of Buenos Aires are located in several different parts of town ; Recoleta, around Plaza de Mayo, and San Telmo neighborhood in particular. Transportation in the city is plentiful and relatively inexpensive.

    The city is grown around its harbor. Many immigrants came from Europe, during the 19th and 20th centuries, and settled in this beautiful seaport, giving it all an unique flair with cobbled streets, charming cafés and restaurants. Locals are known as Portenos (people of the port).

    Due to its European charm, old colonial architecture and cultural traditions, the city is by many called “Paris of the South”. Wander around the old streets and beautiful plazas, and admire Buenos Aires’ stylish buildings and fabulous architecture. It’s a city full of history, great people, fashionable shopping streets, and restaurants offering tasty Argentine beef asados and local wines.

    Buenos Aires is the home of Evita Perron and birthplace of fiery tango. See the enormous relief of Evita’s face at 9 de Julio Avenue, Buenos Aires’ widest avenue. Plan ahead and reserve a performance at Teatro Colon, one of the best opera houses in the world. A must to any visitor to the city is seeing a Tango show. It’s is a phenomenal experience for every cruise passenger. The Teatro Colon is about 1 mile to the northwest of the Plaza de Mayo, on the west side of Ave 9 de Julio. The inside of the Teatro Colón is stunning and absolutely worth a visit.

    Stroll around San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires and watch musicians and tango dancers perform. Visit the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, displaying works of Picasso and Monet. Enjoy seeing Plaza de Mayo and historic Casa Rosada in downtown. Nearby is Nuestra Senora del Pilar Church, considered a natural treasure.

    Beyond the city lies gaucho country. Take a trip to a Estancia, an authentic cattle ranche, and watch South American cowboys called Gauchos. Enjoy some Argentinean beef, sip on a glass of fine local wine and experience an athentic cowboy BBQ.

  • Nearest airports

    Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport (referred to as Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini) EZE — the main airport is located 35 km or 20 miles south of downtown Buenos Aires. Taxis are plentiful at the airport.

    The Port of Buenos Aires is located about 30-45 minutes from the international airport (depending on traffic). There is an excellent public transport system including buses, metro, taxis and train.

    If you’re flying in late or out early you can obtain to stay in an airport hotel, near Ministro Pistarini International Airport – EZE.

    Buenos Aires Jorge Newbery International Airport — AEP domestic airport is only a short distance from the city centre (10 to 20 minutes, depending on traffic). Most domestic flights, as well as many flights to and from neighboring countries (Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay) arrive at this airport. Several flights to Iguazu Falls also depart from here.

  • Currency

    Argentina’s currency is the peso. currency converter

  • Cruise Lines

    Cruise Lines — currently sailing from the cruise Port of Buenos Aires in Argentina are ocean liners from among MSC Cruises, Costa Cruises, Holland America Line HAL, Princess, Oceania, Azamara, Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas, Crystal, Celebrity Cruises, and Fred Olsen Cruise Lines.

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