LIVE IN Buenos Aires

Rent furnished rooms & studios with the lowest monthly rates!

Why stay with Urban Roomie?

Flexible stays, as short as a month. Finding a room from abroad or when you just arrived to a new city is difficult. Stay with us from one month to a year,  make new friends & enjoy.

Fully furnished.  Moving to a new city is great, moving your old furniture around is not! Our rooms and apartments have everything you may need to get you started.

Hotel Service. Affordable rent with the comfort of an hotel. Housekeeping* and all bills included

Why stay with Urban Roomie?

Flexible stays, as short as a month. Finding a room from abroad or when you just arrived to a new city is difficult. Stay with us from one month to a year,  make new friends & enjoy.

Fully furnished.  Moving to a new city is great, moving your old furniture around is not! Our rooms and apartments have everything you may need to get you started.

Hotel Service. Affordable rent with the comfort of an hotel. Housekeeping* and all bills included

FlexStay | Buenos Aires
2
No Registration
serviced apartments
Buenos Aires
$750

Per month

Modern Apartment in Palermo | Buenos Aires
1-2
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
Serviced Apartment
Buenos aires
$810
Per month
For the whole room
Studio in Belgrano | Buenos Aires
1-2
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
Serviced Apartment
Buenos aires
$750
Per month
For the whole room
Studio in San Telmo | Buenos Aires
1-2
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
Serviced Apartment
Buenos aires
$510
Per month
Per person
For the whole room
Bright Apartment in Recoleta | Buenos Aires
1-3
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
Serviced Apartment
Buenos aires
$780
Per month
For the whole room
Studio in Palermo | Buenos Aires
1-2
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
Serviced Apartment
Buenos aires
$672
Per month
For the whole room
Single Private Room in San Telmo, Buenos Aires
1
Shared kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
City Hostel
Buenos aires
$340
Per month
For the whole room
Double Private Room in San Telmo, Buenos Aires
2
Shared kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
City Hostel
Buenos aires
$450
Per month
For the whole room
Double Private Room in Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires
2
Shared kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
City Hostel
Buenos aires
$456
Per month
For the whole room
Single Private Room in Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires
1
Shared kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
City Hostel
Buenos aires
$345
Per month
For the whole room
Duplex Superior in Recoleta | Buenos Aires
5
Private kitchen
En suite bathroom
No registration
City Hostel
Buenos aires
$950
Per month
For the whole room

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Buenos Aires Apartments for rent

Buenos Aires is one of the most visited cities in  Latin America, and there are many reasons why living here is a great option for digital nomads, remote workers, and bon vivants.

The restaurants

Yes, there is a great meat culture, and you can find excellent steaks and asados (Argentinean barbeque),  but the vegan and vegetarian restaurants in neighborhoods like Palermo are amazing, and there are plenty of coffee places embracing organic and all plant-based ingredients.

The best tango, superb wine & unique football

You will have a hard time finding a city with such a fascinating lifestyle and vibe. Walking through Buenos Aries neighborhoods and listening to its street musicians, or watching street performers dancing the tango it’s a real pleasure.

You will suddenly realize that the city never seems to stop, there is always something going on, and the welcoming locals will make sure that you will join them since people in this mega-city always seems to have time for a chat and making new friends.

Argentines say "God is everywhere but he attends to his business in Buenos Aires"

The concentration of capital and resources has turned Buenos Aires into a mega city with a population of more than 15 million inhabitants, with great disparity between rich and poor areas.

The price of renting an apartment in Buenos Aires varies greatly depending on the neighborhood and the type of property.

Types of Accommodations in Buenos Aires

Private rooms for Rent in Buenos Aires

Student Accommodation in Buenos Aires

Studio Apartments in Buenos Aires

Hotel Rooms for long-stay in Buenos Aires

Serviced apartments in Buenos Aires

FlexStay in Buenos Aires

Flexstay

For those interested in discovering the city and connecting with locals and other expats, Urban Roomie has developed the FlexStay concept, where you can divide your stay between different neighborhoods, enjoying the comfort of staying in serviced studios and serviced apartments.

In addition to having the support provided by Urban Roomie hosts, you will have access to exclusive events and exclusive discounts for Urban Roomie members in Spanish courses, coworking, and more.

Furnished apartments in Buenos Aires

Renting a furnished apartment in Buenos Aires is quick and easy since you will not have to buy furniture or household items. If you are looking for a temporary rental for a few months, have little free time, or want to reduce your carbon footprint, this is an ideal option.

We currently have available apartments in central locations with housekeeping service and all services included.

Serviced apartments in Buenos Aires are modern, comfortable and have some services that you would find in a hotel, such as cleaning service. A safe option since they usually have 24-hour reception services and parking. You can find apartments with services in the center of the city of Buenos Aires, near Plaza Serrano, Palermo Hollywood and in trendy areas such as Recoleta or Belgrano.

Apartments in Buenos Aires by District
Recommended areas to live in Buenos Aires
Palermo

It is a residential and leisure neighborhood. Within its limits are the so-called "Forests of Palermo", which include large parks and green spaces. It is an important gastronomic, cultural and audiovisual center and is one of the preferred destinations for tourists who visit the City.

Palermo is massive, so it has been split into sub-barrios, the most expat-friendly areas to live in are  Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood. 

Palermo has everything a foodie could ask for, a vibrant nightlife, yet many areas are still calm and downbeat.

Apartments in Palermo are very sought because the different sub-neighborhoods offer different experiences that many find attractive.

Urban Roomie recommends Palermo to digital nomads and remote workers due to wide offer of coworking spaces, multiculturality, and relaxed atmosphere.

San Telmo

San Telmo is one of the best-preserved areas within the ever-changing Buenos Aires, and is characterized by its colonial mansions and its streets, many of which are still paved with cobblestones.

The apartments in San Telmo Buenos Aires are unique and have a bohemian feel to them, and the entire area is a National Historic Landmark, so it's protected from renovations. The narrow streets, colonial houses, and the lively atmosphere make it a must-see.

Apartments for rent in  San Telmo are cheaper than those in Palermo, Recoleta or Belgrano.

We recommend visiting the Plaza Dorrego Flea Market and the classic San Telmo Market with its local and international gastronomic offer, sale of souvenirs and antiques.

Urban Roomie recommends San Telmo to digital nomads and remote workers seeking lower costs, and relaxed and inspiring atmosphere.

Recoleta

Perhaps the most impressive neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Recoleta is a centrally located residential neighborhood of historical and architectural interest.

It differs from other neighborhoods in Buenos Aires for the quality of its architecture and the aristocratic character of its residences, surrounded by splendid gardens and squares.

The costs of renting a furnished apartment or Serviced apartments in Recoleta are higher than in other areas, but the gains in security, vibrant cultural life, and beautiful streets and parks make it worth it.

Urban Roomie recommends Recoleta to digital nomads, remote workers, and students seeking safer streets, beautiful architecture and being close to universities and city center.

Rooms in Buenos Aires

If you want to spend less money than you would spend renting an entire flat or apartment, renting a single or double room in Buenos Aires can be an excellent option if you want to take care of your budget or have a low income.

Urban Roomie offers private rooms in hostels and apartments.

Renting a private room in a hostel, or a private room in a shared apartment is a great way to meet people and have a more active social life.

In addition, these rooms include all services and in most cases you will not have any extra cost.

Student accommodation in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires was distinguished as the best city for students in Ibero-America according to the QS Best Student Cities 2018 ranking and the best Latin American city to live in according to the ranking of the British magazine The Economist.

With more than 40 universities, Buenos Aires is a very popular destination for international students. Since the universities are practically spread throughout the city, we can find international students living in different neighborhoods.

The most recommended options for students may include student apartments in Buenos Aires, shared accommodation in apartments and private rooms in student hostels.

The Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Buenos Aires is located in the neighborhood of Caballito. Caballito is cheaper and has many accommodation options for students.

In Recoleta is the Faculty of Law of the University of Buenos Aires, Urban Roomie offers apartments for students in this neighborhood.

Private student studios or apartments are popular for those seeking tranquility and more privacy

Public Transportation in Buenos Aires

Public transportation in Buenos Aires is of high quality and very low cost. The metro is modern and runs very often, the buses have a more classic look but are mostly modernized and also have very good frequency.

To use public transportation it is essential to have the Sube card, the problem is that these are not easy to get and at least during 2022 they are out of stock, the government of the city of Buenos Aires offers a welcome kit for international students and digital nomads that includes the card https://baglobal.buenosaires.gob.ar/en/nomades-digitales

Taxis and uber are also available in Buenos Aires, the price is also very affordable, as an example a taxi from Palermo Hollywood to the city center should not cost more than USD6 (approximate price, May 2022)

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Buenos Aires?

Urban Roomie offers private apartments with all services included plus housekeeping from USD500 per month

How much does it cost to rent a private room in Buenos Aires?

Urban Roomie offers private rooms with all services included plus housekeeping from USD345 per month

How to find an apartment in Buenos Aires?

Finding apartments in Buenos Aires can be challenging. Urban Roomie makes it easy to find a furnished apartment without any hassle. You wont have to pay any agency fees, and you can book it online in a few minutes.