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Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires-Ezeiza (EZE), Argentina

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Money

There are several bureaux de change and ATMs in each terminal. A bank with 24-hour services operates in Terminal A.

Communications

Telephone and internet access is available in Terminals A and B, while free Wi-Fi access is offered in Terminal C. Mobile phone hire is located in Terminal A Arrivals and Departures.

Food

There is a range of restaurants at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport. Options are available in each terminal and include fast-food outlets, cafés and eateries serving local and international fare.

Shopping

There are several shops at Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport selling newspapers, local products and fashion items. Duty-free is available in the departure areas of Terminals A and B.

Luggage

The left-luggage service is located next to the information desk on the ground floor of Terminal A. Lockers are also available in Terminal A. Lost property is handled by the National Aeronautical Police; enquire at the information desks for lost or found items. Luggage trolleys are available for a fee.

Other

There is a pharmacy and a medical centre in Terminal A.

Conference & Business

Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport has VIP lounges in the departure areas of Terminals A and B (after security); these are pre-bookable (tel: (011) 5480 2588) and are for business-class passengers of various airlines and club members only. Facilities at these lounges include bar and relaxation rooms, showers, internet access and fax facilities.

Aeoropuertos VIP Club (tel: (011) 5480 2064; www.aeropuertosvipclub.com.ar) on the ground floor of Terminal A provides a range of services for an annual membership fee (which enables access to similar lounges in other Argentinean airports).

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    Accessibility

    Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport is fully accessible. Ramps and lifts are located throughout the airport and there are specially adapted bathrooms, toilets and telephones (including telephones for the hearing impaired). There are dedicated parking spaces in the on-site car parks for disabled passengers.

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    General information

    Airport code: EZE

    Number of Terminals: 3

    Information

    There are three information desks, one in each terminal (ground floor of Terminal A, ground floor of Terminal B and between the departure and arrival areas in Terminal C).

    Transfer between Terminals

    The terminals are within walking distance of each other.

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    Hotels in Buenos Aires

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    Buenos Aires’ varying neighbourhoods mean a decent range of accommodation is available. With prices fluctuating due to the devaluation of the peso, costs are going up though.

    Those who want luxury accommodation will find some excellent spots.

    Mine Hotel

    Gorriti 4770
    Buenos Aires
    Argentina
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    Category: Expensive

    A sharp, design-led boutique hotel in slick Palermo Hollywood.

    Hotel Boutique Racó de Buenos Aires

    Yapeyú 271
    1202 Buenos Aires
    Argentina
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    Category: Expensive

    A 19th-century gem, chock-full of antiques; each room is designed individually.

    Vista Sol Design Hotel

    Calle Tucuman 451
    1049 Buenos Aires
    Argentina
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    Category: Moderate

    This well-equipped business hotel has sharp rooms and won’t break your budget either.

    Hotel Pulitzer

    Maipú 907
    Buenos Aires
    Argentina
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    Category: Moderate

    Spacious rooms complimented by a swanky rooftop bar and swimming pool.

    Le Vitral Baires Hotel Boutique

    Ayacucho 277
    1025 Buenos Aires
    Argentina
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    Category: Cheap

    This family-run spot has cosy rooms, a great breakfast and is perfectly located for all the key sights.

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