The staff at Hub Porteño were simply incredible. Helpful, attentive and ready to help wherever possible.
The hotel is small, which is what sets it apart. The rooms are beautiful and spacious. The bathroom in our room was very large, and contained a jetted tub and separate stand-up shower.
The hotel is located on a residential street, so it blends in with other homes. It's like being in an apartment--a very nice apartment. The included breakfast was excellent.
My wife stayed an extra day for business, and when she left, the staff was helpful in helping get her to her next hotel.
This does not feel like a hotel, it is more like being in a private home. The staff is extraordinary! No request is too much for them and their demeanor is just so personal, friendly and sincere, it's like you are family to them. The rooms are modern, luxurious and sparkling clean. We spent 6 days upon arrival in Argentina and then our final 2 days prior to departing - everything was wonderful. Both rooms we had were fabulous, my wife loved the fabrics and marble. The only minor complaint in 8 days was that they could have better reading lights in the parlor area of the room. The breakfasts were delicious and served in an elegant setting and ordered from a menu. We also found this to be a great location within walking distance to many wonderful restaurants, shopping and sites. We will most definitely stay here again upon our return to B. A.
Traveller from San Antonio
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Arrived in BA on vacation with nothing planned. Concierge helped us set up activities everyday that would maximize our time there. The entire staff was super friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel. Btw, upon arrival we were offered a room upgrade for an additional $120 USD per night and immediately said YES! So glad we did. Jr suit was plush and we had not one but THREE complimentary wines every day! Too bad we couldn't drink that much. Ha!
This hotel is centrally located in the heart of Buenos Aires. The staff is very helpful and are bilingual. The breakfast served each morning is plentiful to get you through the morning and/or afternoon.
A somewhat mixed experience. One the plus side, you couldn't find a better location in Buenos Aires. This 5-year old boutique hotel was designed in an exquisite minimalist style. My room was large and beautiful, with lots of storage space. I may go back, although there are good alternatives nearby.
The problem with the Mio is that not much seems to have been invested in upkeep in the last five years. The air conditioner in my room and one of the two elevators were out of service for the entire week I was there. Also, the hotel seems to be understaffed. There was only one person around when I arrived, checking people in, operating the phones, handling luggage, serving as concierge, etc. The staff are wonderful and they try to cover all bases but service suffers, unavoidably.
Traveller from Philadelphia
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Went to Buenos Aires for vacation, as American Tourist. Concierge was helpful and pleasant. They made phone calls to verify some of our tour arrangements, and also recommended restaurants. We requested local restaurants. Down the street from the hotel is a very "neighborhood" restaurant known for their empanadas. Small, hole in the wall, but very safe and charming.
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We were upgraded to a suite overlooking the park. It had a separate sitting are with it's own TV. Double paned windows kept out the traffic noise. Large bathroom with large jetted tub. Internet router in the room made for fast wifi. Free breakfast and you can ask for eggs at no charge. Very modern and sleek hotel.
Silence surrounds this neighborhood’s main attraction: the Recoleta Cemetery. Many famous Argentines are buried here, including Eva Perón, the first lady whose life and ambition are dramatized in the musical Evita. Recoleta’s villas once housed the city’s elite. Today, embassies and galleries reside in the grand buildings. La Biela sidewalk café is a protected landmark popular for people watching.
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