My family is made up of me (31) my husband (34) and our son (21 months) - we stayed at Hotel Madero for two nights in early November and loved it! We stayed in a superior room facing the street. It's great to note that all rooms facing the street have comfortable balconies, and although they are facing south (and there's lots of construction) they are great to just sit out and relax and watch the city go by. I was there on business so was out most of the day, but my husband and son got a chance to really experience this hotel and area.
Location- is awesome! You're close to restuarants, and just behind the hotel there is a small supermarket and pharmacy. Also just a block or two away there is a park with lots of play equipement for kids. You can spend the day walking along the port, eating in great restuarants and enjoying being a part of Buenos Aires. We actually felt like we "lived" here while staying at this area - very family and couple friendly. Lots of people out at night and it felt safe. The only thing to consider is if it rains there's going to be mosquitos! Bring repellent. We are from Ontario and know mosquitos and these ones were forces to be reconnded with! Go prepared. We stayed in both Recoleta and Madero and we preferred Madero for its ease and comfrotable feel.
Hotel - the rooms are spacious and the staff is great. The breakfast doesn't dissappoint! Its an endless array of fruits, pastries, hot food and more! The rooftop patio and pool is spectacular! The views at sunset are just heavenly.
Its not a 5 star hotel - its a 4 star hotel, so go with that in mind and you will not be disappointed! The only thing reason I didn't give it excellent is because wifi isn't included for free. In today's world - especially in a city such as BA - this should be included in all hotels (it is in most).
We would definitly stay here again in the future :)
Family of 3 :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- When Hotel Madero was being designed, we wanted it to reflect the style and sophistication of the Puerto Madero neighborhood we call home.At Hotel Madero one of the main challenges with the design of our hotel in Buenos Aires was to be able to incorporate functional diversity with space unity, to provide for flexible usage of the space and to integrate each area easily.Hotel Madero Buenos AiresThe Argentine studio Abulafia Figoni Prado was hired to do the interior design of our hotel in Buenos Aires. The project incorporates current and evolving spaces, places where people really want to stay and to feel comfortable in their environs.The intention was to design a hotel in Buenos Aires with atmosphere, generating a rich interior architecture through a suggestive way of illumination, and combining rich materials and textures so that each of the spaces has its own identity. The acquisition of the contemporary art is also very significant. Paintings and sculptures were incorporated, most of them from local artists ... more less
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- Madero Hotel Buenos Aires