Buenos Aires The Save: Livian Guest House This quaint, artsy B&B is housed in a French-inspired 1920s building in the upscale shopping district of Palermo. Its decor reflects Buenos Aires' eclectic charm: The warm lobby, for example, has aqua-splashed walls and a collection of colorful paintings. Each of the eight simple, unpretentious rooms has a unique name and accompanying style; all feature quirky art. Outside, guests can relax on an upper- or ground-level terrace/garden. Overall, Livian is cozy and sweet, making it a nice respite for newlyweds.