Beautiful brand new hotel with helpful english speaking desk staff and clean, luxurious rooms. Our room for 3 nights was just a standard on the 3rd floor corner but it had a balcony overlooking the beautiful canals of Puerto Madero. It came equipt with a mini "kitchen" and bar along with a mini bar at not overly horrendous prices.
Beds were comfortable and sheets and duvets were quality. My favourite feature was definitely the black-out curtains that could make day into night again for those of us who partied like portenos.
Maid service are like the cobblers elves here!! It is almost like they know when you leave your room and they rush in and get it cleaned before you get back from a workout at the gym. Efficient, fast, unobtrusive and honest with guests belongings... at least in our case.
Check out the free rooftop spa too, with a great indoor heated pool with glass ceiling, workout room, pilates machines, sauna and complimentary towels and loungers.
Breakfast is a virtual smorgasboard of everthing you ever thought you could want for breakfast.... ever! Seriously. Restaurant seating with buffet style set up of all food groups ranging from fruit platters with pommegranate to bacon, sausage and eggs, to pancakes to cereals, pastrys, toast, danish, yogurts, oatmeal.... I know I am forgetting some but you get the idea. Plus good coffee!! Bliss.
The restaurants are overrated inside the hotel, and they have no idea what a vodka,soda,lime might be at the bar, but the sushi is to die for if you can catch the right days/times. Try out a few of the restaurants just across the canals, and do not be afraid to try the Italian food here! It is quite spectacular.
Overall I would say that the place is indeed quite pricey for BA, but worth every penny!
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Madero Hotel Buenos Aires