Regente Palace Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Suipacha 964, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1008AAT, Argentina
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 33% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families58
  • Couples64
  • Solo60
  • Business60

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Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by Hevski


I am visiting South America in a few weeks and have already planned to go to Buenos Aires , but hear that you can travel to Montevideo (Uruguay) relatively easy by boat. Has anybody done this, or know the cheapest way of doing this would be?

Re: Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by cassiovieggore

The cheapest way to go from Buenos Aires to Montevideo is ferry boat:


Re: Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by cgf

by bus is might be cheaper.. but long way
these day fare are from 160ARS for a semicama wiht Condor-Estrella till 260ARS for first class with Colonia-Express.
today 1USD=3.98ARS or 1EUR=5.31ARS
by boat if faster but check the FAST boat.

Re: Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by juliogg

Have done the ferry "Aliscafos" is what the hydrafoil type ship were called. Remember it was quik pass and not expensive.

Re: Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by pure1942

It is very easy to reach Uruguay from BA. You should also considering going to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. It's a quicker and cheaper ferry ride from BA than to Montevideo. I preferred Colonia...beautiful colonial town just across the Rio Plata from BA. Buquebus have ferries to Colonia but the Colonia Express ferries are usually cheaper. You could tie in a trip to Colonia with Montevideo. They are only two hours apart by bus. One way ferry from Colonia to BA for us was about €20 one way but prices change and the earlier you book, the cheaper it is.


Re: Buenos Aires to Montevideo

by Hevski

Thanks for your advice!that's really helped. i'm travelling with my partner (who is Chilean) and our children so I want to make sure I make the best choice for everybody. I'm very excited now as the time draws closer!:) Any suggestions for must see things in Buenos Aires?

Travel Tips for Buenos Aires

Phone calls

by morochaargentina

The cheapest way is to go to the "locutorios" (phone booths inside mini markets or simil) they are EVERYWHERE and you'll be able to talk for almost nothing. Not all the places have the same rates, so it's good to ask before you make your call (they have a printed sheet, mandatory by the law)

You'll pay less than a dollar for 10 minutes...

Skype is also a great option to receive calls IF you are in a place with good internet connection (double check, a lot of hotels will have a snail speed conection!)

I am from Argentina and I live in the US and I visit twice a year, so trust me on this one!

Mate! Pronounced Mah-tay,...

by cvsolfari

Mate! Pronounced Mah-tay, it's like a tea but warm water poured into a small cup that is packed with herbs. It's hard to explain but you will see many people walking around with a thermos of hot water, sipping on their mate tube. I'll try to find a photo...

En Buenos Aires podemos...

by Fla

En Buenos Aires podemos observar la forma en que típicamente nos clasifican a los argentinos. Aunque la forma de ser de los porteños (gente de Buenos Aires capital) difiere mucho de la del resto de Argentina, la manera en que se cree que somos los argentinos tiene mucho que ver con la forma en que son los porteños. En Buenos Aires, sin lugar a dudas, se pueden observar curiosas formas de ser...

Architectural beautiful buildings

by Luchonda

.... or what many tourists and even locals will miss, never looking upwards.
Buenos Aires has to offer so many beautiful architectural high class buildings, many copies of the french style, therefore BsAs is called "Paris of Latin America.
Avenida del Mayo ... just stroll around direction Plaza del Mayo, satisfaction guaranteed


by iam1wthee about Lobster

they had cashmere sweaters 29 pesos for short sleeves and 35 pesos for long sleeves
up the block of Florida and Tucuman was another that had 2 for 60 pesos. (I forgot the name of the other store) they have cashmere, wool, and cotton. Most are cashmere some mixed with silk. 25-45 pesos


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Address: Suipacha 964, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1008AAT, Argentina