The hotel is pretty near the "Plaza de Mayo" and "Puerto Madero" San Telmo and 9th of July avenue. I mean in a very good position, but the reception is on the first floor (you have to use a lift to arrive) and its entrance is not suitable enough. The rooms are very big and comfortables but there were no mirrow in the room and you must use a little one into the bathroom. The receptionist were not so kind, and he asked me to pay the whole bill just when arrived and before show us the room, (first time it happened to me). There were no breakfast served in the hotel and we have to do it outside.
I spent two nights here and it was one of the best hotels of my Argentina trip. The room was huge - a large double bed, equipped kitchen, lounge area with sofa, large flat screen television which swivels from bed to sofa and large bathroom (shower only). The air conditioning was excellent, as was the Wi-Fi coverage. I was able to check in early (about 9.30 am) because the room was available. Entry is via a classic style life to the 1st floor where reception is. There is a lounge area at reception. The location is brilliant because it is close to the Casa Rosada, as well as San Telmo (about 5-10 mins away). When I booked it on Expedia, breakfast was available. But when I stayed there, breakfast was discontinued (it used to be served on the rooftop level but no more). Not a major problem, as there are many breakfast opportunities nearby.…
I stayed for 8 nights for business and selected the hotel for the price. The location was near to my office and the tourist area is walking distance.The room was very large and I didn't feel cramped like some hotel rooms. The bed was comfortable and the room was clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. CONS: Older hotel with an old elevator. Arrival at the hotel is not very clear as you must go to the first floor after entering the security door. No breakfast at the hotel and the mini fridge didn't keep anything cold. Room door handle was loose and came off a couple of times. One night the power breaker tripped and i had to reset it. I stayed 8 nights and it was ok considering the price would have been 2 - 3 times as much if I stayed at other places for this business trip..
The hotel is located within 5-10 walk to Plaza de Mayo. The pros - it is safe given the proximity of the government agencies but it is a dark and narrow street. The staffs are all wonderful and helpful. The place is very clean. The elevator and infrastructure is bit dated - the fifties manual elevator. It is cool.
I stayed there one month. The rooms are large but now threadbare. I was enticed by the Latam Airlines promotion of points for amount spent. I never received the points. What bothers me most is that after a one month stay they did not respond to my three emails requesting the points. There is nothing exceptional about this place and the customer service is terrible. There is no breakfast offered.
Enjoyable stay. Helpful, friendly staff. I was uncertain when I arrived about the setting etc (but just off plane from Europe so tired) . Very good, spacious room. Excellent value for money. Building is exceptional with stained glass windows. Would like a kettle in the room (I forgot my travel kettle) but this is something that is not usually found in South America and they do have one in reception which appears to be rarely used.. Would definitely stay again. Central situation so easy to get around.
I very much liked this hotel. It is very spacious, has character, and very well located between Plaza de Mayo and San Telmo neighborhood. It was also very reasonably priced when I was there. It was quiet, and everything worked. The roof offers a great view of the city. Will return.
This was my third stay in Moreno Hotel and definitely not the last. Big rooms recently renovated, friendly staff and perfectly situated. The big roof terrace invites to a siesta after a busy day in town.
We arrived at 9.30 AM from Mendoza & the front desk accommodated us immediately which was greatly appreciated. The room was large with a comfortable bed and nicely done bathroom. Hotels in the Federal Capital are older style. This hotel has been thoughtfully designed and arranged making it a comfortable place to stay. I noticed that guests were happy to be here and watched a couple of people extend their stay. Good choice for the area. The area is a bit challenging but the hotel is secure with an electronic entry door.
The front entrance of this hotel is quite easy to miss, it is more likely you will see the display of wine bottles in the front window of "Aldo's", the restaurant on the first floor. Ring the doorbell so that the desk clerk can let you access the elevator to the 2nd floor lobby. The lobby is somewhat dated and needs a refresh, but the staff was friendly enough. The room was spacious, and well appointed. We chose this hotel to be close to the Defensa (Sunday) street market, just one half a block away---quite a variety of goods for sale at this market. It doesn't really get going until 10 or 11 am. Like most of BA, the sidewalks in St Telmo are treacherous, you have to watch every step you take to insure you do not injure yourself. We preferred the St Telmo area to "Microcentral". More options for eating and drinking.…