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Working Remotely in Buenos Aires, Argentina: The Best Accommodation

April 02, 20244 min read

Dream Remote Work Lifestyle at Casa Caravan in Buenos Aries, Argentina

In today's interconnected world, the concept of work has transcended the traditional office setting, opening doors to endless possibilities for remote workers. As someone who values flexibility, travel, and adventure, my journey led me to Buenos Aires, Argentina, a digital nomads hub where I discovered Casa Caravan—a haven for digital nomads seeking a blend of productivity, networking, and a relaxing hotel, but still based in the city. Continue reading this blog post to learn about my experience working remotely and living in Buenos Aires at Casa Caravan Plant-Based Concept House. 

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Discovering Casa Caravan: A Co-Working Oasis Based in the Center of the City

Nestled in the vibrant streets of Buenos Aires lies Casa Caravan, a unique co-working accommodation designed with the needs of remote workers in mind. As someone who loves tropical destinations, I was a little nervous about making my home in Buenos Aries, which is a huge city that is basically the opposite of island life. Still, Casa Caravan was here to change that. From the moment I stepped through its doors, I was impressed with the atmosphere of creativity, collaboration, and comfort. The thoughtfully curated spaces, including communal work areas, a pool, and places to hang out, were all decorated with nature, providing the perfect balance between productivity and relaxation, making Casa Caravan more than just a place to stay—it was a home away from home for digital nomads like myself. They have the place covered with plants and decorated with Bali or Tulum-inspired architecture and furniture. Oh and I cannot forget to mention how delicious their all vegan breakfast is every morning!

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The Balcony Suite: Great Option for Private Living 

As someone who works full-time and has a strict morning routine, I like to have my own space to maintain focus, productivity, and health and wellness journey. The Balcony Suite at Casa Caravan offered precisely that and more. When I opened the door to my spacious room, I was greeted by a sense of tranquility and inspiration. The expansive balcony overlooking the beautiful tropical backyard served as my personal oasis, where I could relax and rewind after a long day of work. For digital nomads or travelers looking for a more social accommodation option, Casa Caravan also offers shared room options, where you get your own twin bed and a locker with 4 other roommates. I checked out their dorms during my stay here, and they are some of the best dorms that I have seen. You can view all their accommodation options by clicking here. 

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Productivity Meets Adventure: Exploring Buenos Aires

One of the perks of working remotely from Casa Caravan was the opportunity to explore the rich culture and history of Buenos Aires. Each day brought new adventures, from wandering through the colorful neighborhoods of La Boca to savoring traditional Argentine cuisine in Palermo Soho. Casa Caravan's central location made it easy to navigate the city, allowing me to seamlessly transition between work and play. Whether I was immersing myself in the local art scene or sipping coffee with friends in a charming café, Casa Caravan provided the perfect launchpad for discovering all that Buenos Aires had to offer.

Community and Connection: Forging Bonds at Casa Caravan

While remote work offers unparalleled freedom, it can sometimes feel isolating. That's where Casa Caravan truly shined—the sense of community and connection it fostered among other travelers was unparalleled. Whether it was participating in yoga, networking, and coworking with others or simply striking up conversations with fellow travelers, Casa Caravan provided a supportive environment where ideas flowed freely and friendships flourished. The opportunity to collaborate, share experiences, and learn from like-minded individuals enriched my stay at Casa Caravan and made it truly unforgettable. I made some of my closest travel friends here during my time in Argentina, thanks to Casa Caravan.

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Embracing Argentine Culture

Living in Buenos Aries allowed me to dive headfirst into Argentine culture, embracing its traditions, customs, and way of life. From attending lively tango performances to indulging in authentic asado dinners, every moment was an opportunity to immerse myself in the local experience. The staff at Casa Caravan were instrumental in guiding me through the intricacies of Argentine culture, offering insider tips on hidden gems, cultural events, and must-see attractions. Thanks to their hospitality and expertise, my time in Buenos Aires felt not just like a visit, but a true immersion into the heart and soul of Argentina.

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The Ultimate Remote Work Experience at Casa Caravan: Buenos Aries, Argentina’s Co-Working Hotel

In conclusion, my experience of working remotely and living in Buenos Aires at Casa Caravan was nothing short of extraordinary. From the welcoming atmosphere, homey feel, amazing friendships formed, and vibrant community, every aspect of Casa Caravan was designed to enhance the remote work lifestyle and inspire creativity. As I reflect on my time in Buenos Aires, I am grateful for the memories made, the friendships created, and the invaluable experiences gained. Casa Caravan not only provided a place to stay but also a home where remote workers could thrive, explore, and connect in the heart of one of South America's most dynamic cities.


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Ari Travels

Ari is a world traveler and digital nomad passionate about sharing hidden gems and bucket list hotels to inspire others to travel.

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