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Quintana Avenue 465, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires has been the world capital of boutique hotels, a boom partly driven by the booming Argentine wine industry. Certainly, that’s true of Mio, which doesn’t disguise this influence. As a first impression, the guest finds himself with a incredibly commented doorway of six meters of elevation, made from wood coming from barrels of French wine. And from there things don’t lose their play; Mio designers have mastered the normal monochrome scheme of this boutique resort and as a replacement they’ve embraced intense colors, luxurious textures and a whole lot more wood.

The result is a hotel whose rooms and suites feel more like private flats, of course very trendy. It would be an exaggeration to state the normal rooms are romantic, and the suites are really vast; and it may include separate bathtubs, carved from huge pieces of wood, and also the very best suites have additional details like steam baths or private Jacuzzis.

Mio’s spa exceeds what you would expect from a hotel of its size. Meanwhile, the location in Recoleta places it almost at the middle of the action.

Directions to the hotel:

The Mio Buenos Aires is 45 minutes from the Ezeiza International Airport and 15 minutes from the Newbury national airport. One-way transfers could be arranged for USD95 in a sedan car and USD155 for a Mercedes Benz. Please contact customer support for assistance with airport transfers.

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