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Gay Hotel Opens in Buenos Aires

Axel Hotel gives "Hetero-friendly" a new look

Move aside gay-friendly hotels, Axel Hotels is reinventing the sexy game.

The newest Axel Hotel in Buenos Aires opened its doors earlier this month, complete with an all-male tango show, buff and bare-chested bellboys and rooms that will make you want to slip out of bed and into a hot tub.

But, the hotel is not just for gay couples. No, girlfriends, the Axel is a hetero-friendly hotel that welcomes all kinds of couples.

Exhilarating, sensuous, adventurous - my definition of sexy.

The Axel has only 48 rooms, but each one is sound-proof and is furnished with a king-sized bed and a hydro-massage bath or shower in a glass prism. The provocative, chic atmosphere of the Axel Sky Bar, Wellness Center and pretty much every inch within the hotel prove that style and comfort can coexist.

The colors and use of light in the design exude sleek sensuality and unconditionally sophistication. Visit Axel Hotels online and you'll see what I mean.

If you're considering a visit (I sure am), I dare you to click on the "Offers & Packages" button. Might want to wait until you're on your own PC. You may have a hard time explaining that delightful image to your boss.

Would you visit a gay-friendly hotel with your partner?

Passport to Axel Buenos Aires

  • 48 rooms
  • Year built: 2007
  • Dining - Axel Kitchen, Sky Bar, Axel Bar & Chill Out, room service available (and encouraged)
  • All rooms have an ocean view
  • Gym/spa/fitness area
  • Close by: San Telmo, Avenida 9 de Julio, Casa Rosada, Plaza Dorrego
  • Room Rates
  • o Suite Minimum: $230US
  • o Suite Maximum: $400US


Axel Hotel Buenos Aires
Venezuela 649
C1095AAM Buenos Aires
Phone: +(54)11 4136 93 93

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