Mio Buenos Aires

Location: Buenos Aires & the Pampas | Argentina

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

As you enter Buenos Aires’ latest luxury hotel through its immense oak doors, you are immediately given a taste of its sophistication and unique style. Welcome to Mio Buenos Aires. Located on one of the most prestigious of the city’s avenues in chic Recoleta, Mio Buenos Aires stands out with its sleek and innovative design, attentive service and focus on comfort and relaxation.
Perfect forCouples and foodies looking for a contemporary and relaxed hotel in one of Buenos Aires most sought after avenues.
In the knowThe distinctively toned doors were created from enormous old French oak wine-barrels.

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Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

In Recoleta, one of Buenos Aires’ most prestigious districts, Argentina.

Rooms at Mio Buenos Aires

There are just 30 airy light-filled rooms, decorated in natural earthy tones juxtaposed with almost industrial lines and state-or-the-art technology. Surprises include wine on-tap and extraordinary bathtubs which are living works of art: each crafted from individual tree trunks and which take pride of place either in the bedroom or large bathrooms.

Food and Drink

There is an innovative restaurant Tô, known for being the first and only restaurant to serve Frapanese cuisine in Argentina (French/Japanese fusion), and the Mio Lounge attracts chic locals for a relaxing drink and tapas.

Facilities

The sultry 8th Spa, all floor to ceiling black stone has a lap pool, treatments rooms and steam bath.

Activities at Mio Buenos Aires

On the doorstep there are designer shops lining the leafy Avenues, European-style cafes for beautiful-people watching and the famous Recoleta cemetery where Eva Peron is buried. Venture further afield and there is Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo with its famous Sunday antiques market and impromptu tango displays or why not be guided by our ‘gastropher’ Alejandro Frango who’ll reveal Buenos Aires secret foodie spots.

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