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Corrientes, Argentina
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La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes
La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes
8.7 Excellent
Av. 3 De Abril 827, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina
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1.0 km from city centre, Corrientes 
ExcellentBased on 273 reviews
8.7

La Alondra Casa de huespedes is located in Corrientes and is close to the General Belgrano Bridge. It has a gym, as well as massage services, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

Turismo Hotel Casino
Turismo Hotel Casino
8.8 Excellent
Entre Rios 650, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina
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1.9 km from city centre, Corrientes 
ExcellentBased on 507 reviews
8.8

Turismo Hotel Casino is situated in Corrientes and is close to the area's well-known attractions. The various amenities this contemporary hotel has to offer include an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a sauna.

Tips for booking a Corrientes hotel

Cheapest month:June
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Corrientes:S$ 76/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 13/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Friday
S$ 54 - S$ 129
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 70 - S$ 87
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Turismo Hotel Casino
Turismo Hotel Casino
8.8 Excellent
Entre Rios 650, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina
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1.9 km from city centre,  

Turismo Hotel Casino is situated in Corrientes and is close to the area's well-known attractions. The various amenities this contemporary hotel has to offer include an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi and a sauna.

S$ 210
Avg. per night
La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes
La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes
8.7 Excellent
Av. 3 De Abril 827, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina
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1.0 km from city centre,  

La Alondra Casa de huespedes is located in Corrientes and is close to the General Belgrano Bridge. It has a gym, as well as massage services, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

S$ 218
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Corrientes

2 stars and under
#1 most popular

Bienvenida Golondrina

La Rioja 455, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina

S$ 55

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3 stars
#1 most popular

Hotel Corrientes Plaza

Junin 1549, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina

7.4 Good
S$ 95

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#2 most popular

Hotel Orly

San Juan 867, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina

S$ 55

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4 stars +
Turismo Hotel Casino
#1 most popular

Turismo Hotel Casino

Entre Rios 650, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina

8.8 Excellent
S$ 210

Avg. per night

La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes
#2 most popular

La Alondra, Casa de huéspedes

Av. 3 De Abril 827, Corrientes, Corrientes, Argentina

8.7 Excellent
S$ 218

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Corrientes

About Corrientes

Surrounded by the blue waters of the Paraná River, Corrientes is a historic city dating back to the turn of the century. It combines elegant Baroque architecture with palm tree-lined boulevards that come alive for the city’s famous carnival.

Things to do

See a beautiful collection of antique furniture, weaponry and precious coins at the Corrientes Historical Museum or gain insight into the indigenous Guarani culture at Museum of Traditional Folk Crafts. Admire a unique display of local artwork and watch students learning to work with leather, wood, silver and bone.

Stroll along the stunning promenade of Costanera de Corrientes, a popular place for exercising, socialising or relaxing in the early evening. The riverfront is lined with golden-sand beaches, shady green parks and lively waterfront restaurants and bars.

Interested in the colonial architecture? Learn about the history of the 16th-century Church of Saint Francis, inspired by Saint Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City. Rest in the shady Plaza de la Cruz, then admire the plaza’s bright-pink Holy Cross Parish Miracles church and the Italian Renaissance style of Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral.

Fishing enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the National Festival of Dorado, which is held every year in Paso de la Patria, a resort town on the Paraná River known for its abundant fish. Every summer locals flock here to enjoy the white-sand beaches and swim in the clear water.

Getting around

Corrientes is served by Resistencia International Airport, located 30 minutes by taxi or bus ride from town. Corrientes can also be reached by bus from Buenos Aires in 11 hours, Cordoba in 14 hours and Asuncion in six hours. Walking is the most convenient way to explore the city.

Corrientes travel FAQs

Surrounded by the blue waters of the Paraná River, Corrientes is a historic city dating back to the turn of the century. It combines elegant Baroque architecture with palm tree-lined boulevards that come alive for the city’s famous carnival.

Things to do in Corrientes

See a beautiful collection of antique furniture, weaponry and precious coins at the Corrientes Historical Museum or gain insight into the indigenous Guarani culture at Museum of Traditional Folk Crafts. Admire a unique display of local artwork and watch students learning to work with leather, wood, silver and bone.

Stroll along the stunning promenade of Costanera de Corrientes, a popular place for exercising, socialising or relaxing in the early evening. The riverfront is lined with golden-sand beaches, shady green parks and lively waterfront restaurants and bars.

Interested in the colonial architecture? Learn about the history of the 16th-century Church of Saint Francis, inspired by Saint Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City. Rest in the shady Plaza de la Cruz, then admire the plaza’s bright-pink Holy Cross Parish Miracles church and the Italian Renaissance style of Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral.

Fishing enthusiasts shouldn’t miss the National Festival of Dorado, which is held every year in Paso de la Patria, a resort town on the Paraná River known for its abundant fish. Every summer locals flock here to enjoy the white-sand beaches and swim in the clear water.

Getting around Corrientes

Corrientes is served by Resistencia International Airport, located 30 minutes by taxi or bus ride from town. Corrientes can also be reached by bus from Buenos Aires in 11 hours, Cordoba in 14 hours and Asuncion in six hours. Walking is the most convenient way to explore the city.

  • What are the best hotels in Corrientes?

    deptos Rio Juramento (7.6/10 from 65 reviews), Hotel Corrientes Plaza (7.4/10 from 851 reviews), and Hospedaje San Lorenzo (7.8/10 from 232 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Corrientes.