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Mio Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mio is a 30-room small luxury hotel right slap bang in the heart of Buenos Aires' prestigious Recoleta district and one of the few smaller hotels in this very exclusive neighborhood. Owned by the famous Catena wine-producing family.

At a Glance

  • Buenos Aires’s first wine-themed hotel owned by the famous Catena wine-producing family

  • Located on one of the most prestigious of the city’s avenues in chic Recoleta

  • Sleek and innovative design

  • Good for couples

  • Within easy reach of Recoleta's restaurant scene

Culture, Honeymoon, , Spa & health

Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Mio Buenos Aires or take a look at our itineraries to Buenos Aires and the Pampas


Situated on one of the most sought-after avenues in Recoleta, Mio Buenos Aires captivates you from the moment you open the six-meter high French oak door.

Mio's 30 rooms and suites range from 50 to a vast 100 square meters, all appointed with fine materials such as French oak recycled from wine barrels, marble, high quality linens and state-of-the-art technology such as flat screen TVs. The rooms are light and airy and incredibly spacious for a city boutique hotel. There are also some unusual touches such as bathtubs on show in the bedrooms, which have been hand-crafted from individual tree trunks.

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 the local in- crowd for a relaxing drink and tapas. Mio's 8th Spa has a lap pool, a couple of treatments rooms and steam bath.

There are designer boutiques lining the exclusive avenues within walking distance of Mio as well as Parisian-style cafes, which are great for people watching and the famous Recoleta cemetery where Evita Peron is buried. Venture further afield and there is the Plaza de Mayo, and the San Telmo district with its famous Sunday antiques market and impromptu tango displays. By night go tango dancing in the milongas, head to one of the city's hip night spots or die and go to heaven at one of the fabulous parilla restaurants to sample the best steak you have ever tasted.




Children are welcome at the hotel, and babysitting can be arranged upon request, but there are no specific facilities or interconnecting rooms.


There are two massage rooms, a lap pool, exclusive terrace bar and small library. There are a number of workstations for those who require business facilities.


In room services include Led TV, DVD player, ipod dock, Nespresso Coffee Maker, pillow menu, L'Occitane Spa amenities and wifi.

Location & Directions

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mio Buenos Aires is located on the exclusive Avenida Quintana in Recoleta, a block away from the famous Avenida Alvear and only a few meters away from chic designer boutiques, museums, art galleries, renowned restaurants, the city gardens and main attractions.

When to go

Buenos Aires is a year round destination, spring and autumn (October/November and April/May) being the most pleasant. It can be hot and humid in the peak summer months of January and February. Winter is usually pretty mild.

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