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Mio Buenos Aires Hotel

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hotel are well located in a nice area of the city. The room are big and with all the facilities. My had Nespresso coffe machine too. Maybe only the maintenance of room are under the expectation. Some refresh are necessary. Good breakfast and kind staff.

Upside: - Location is amazing - Rooms are clean, confortable, spacious and modern - Breakfast is really good Downside: - Pool ana SPA are lousy - Gym is really basic - No restaurant operations (except for breakfast) - No concierge (no basic services ) - No laundry or room service on Sundays and Holidays I would use it again it was ok, but I was looking for a 5 star and I was mislead, that I didn’t like.

Really well located in a rather posh area. It's been a while since I have seen such nice and helpful staff from reception to the breakfast room to the bar. The room was super clean, great rainwater shower with a comfortable king bed. Definitely would go back on a next visit.

Full marks to the staff for their service. Very good breakfast options. Fabulously spacious rooms and a sensational location. My one caveat is that the furnishings and fixtures are starting to look a bit worn and would benefit from some refurbishing given the rates being charged.

Conveniently located in the heart of the Recoleta neighborhood, you will want to spend your days exploring, and nights eating. Just blocks from the La Recoleta Cemetary where Eva Peron is buried, this hotel offers all the convenience, comfort, and relaxation you could ask for. There is a variety of cafes, and restaurants all around for you to choose were to walk for your next meal. I highly recommend paying a tad extra to get the Terrace Suite with private hot tub included with a deck to lay back and look out on the city at sundown. Only problem (no minor detail), the internet doesn't work when you are upstairs in the bedroom or out on the deck, but I guess vacation is meant to check out anyways.

The hotel lies nestled amongst shops, restaurants and apartment buildings. The oversized, extremely heavy wooden door opens smoothly and a young, well dressed bellmen steps through, nimbly making room for you to enter while liberating you of the suitcase that has traveled several thousand miles with you to Buenos Aires. You are immediately immersed in modern decorum with only one or two other guests chatting quietly in the bar area. The check-in process takes but a moment and soon you are shown to your room. Expecting a European size room, you are jolted by the sheer size of the peaceful space outfitted with (gasp!) a king size bed!! And then the elephant in the room appears.....a giant wood bathtub dominates the other half of the room and you can’t help but laugh. If you’re lucky enough to get a room in the back, you will have a lovely balcony with a view of the quiet backyard. One caveat: don’t expect to have a nightcap at the lovely lobby bar after you have had the late night dinner that is traditional in BA. Once the barman goes, that’s it for the night!

The hotel is lovely but the staff is amazing. The most friendly and helpful group of young people. They make you feel right at home from the start. Love all the guys at the desk and the charming and excellent barmaid. Highly recommend and would definitely stay there again.

Arriving 2 days before setting sail on our cruise early on Sunday morning, we had booked the Mio which unfortunately was fully booked the night before so an early check in was not possible. Our bags were stored and we wandered around the Recoleta until about 1PM when a room opened up. The room was spacious and well laid out, but the lighting over the desk could not be turned off on our first night. Initially we thought we were inadequately briefed on the light switches (which were hardly intuitive) but on further investigation the next day, the hotel handyman was able to manipulate a hidden control panel so the appropriate light switch was activated. No matter, on the first night after an overnight plane ride we had no trouble falling asleep with some lights on. There were two rooms on our floor 1001 and 1002. We were in 1001 which sported a large wooden bath tub in the room, not in the bathroom. 1002 was occupied by travelers in our party and was large and comfortable as well but had no bathtub, just a shower. A caution-the shower floor and bathroom floor are stone at the same level and adjacent. There is no ledge so shower water spills onto the rest of the bathroom floor, and its slippery. Before taking a shower put a towel on the bathroom floor adjacent to the shower door lest you wish to risk a fall. Our rooms were otherwise quite comfortable and well appointed. Breakfast was adequate and served until 11AM. A hint-they cook eggs but you have to ask, lest you have a continental breakfast from the small buffet. They will also do machine coffee. At the conclusion of our stay, we requested a late checkout (2PM). We were told they usually charge for that, but as there were 3 couples in our party, they relented. (Perhaps it was because we also booked the $180/per person Tango Show and dinner the night before, and city tours for four through the front desk.) OK I'm being cynical. The hotel staff was actually very nice and helpful. But its location, location, location! 2 blocks to the church and cemetery and sidewalk cafe. Around the corner from the Alvear Palace. This hotel is actually a little gem in the epicenter of the Recoleta!

When we checked out we left behind my wife's business iPad. We started trying to arrange the return through Fedex, even turned to the American Express Platinum Concierge service for assistance. The process took 3 months and could not have been accomplished without the constant help of the hotel staff. Besides a great place to stay they truly put their all into customer service.

We stayed 2 nights at this hotel located on a quiet street in the upscale Recoleta area of Buenos Aires. The executive rooms are ultra modern with all the amenities one would expect of a first class site. The staff were extremely courteous and helpful and the included breakfast was outstanding. This hotel is a real gem and a great find!

Av. Quintana 465 Buenos Aires Capital Federal

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Teatro Colon and Plaza San Martin
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Indoor pool

Located in Recoleta, Mio Buenos Aires Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Teatro Colon and Plaza San Martin. This 30-room, 4.5-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. In the historical district, it's also near Obelisco and Plaza de Mayo.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

All 30 air-conditioned rooms provide iPod docks, minibars, and espresso makers. Guests can expect 32-inch LCD TVs with cable channels and DVD players, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in Frette Italian sheets and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other amenities include free newspapers, free bottled water, and laptop-compatible safes.


Property features

At Mio Buenos Aires Hotel, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle at scheduled times for USD 89 per vehicle one way, as well as an area shuttle for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a meeting room, a library, and free newspapers.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

89.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 710 reviews