Mio Buenos Aires
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Mio Buenos Aires Hotel & Spa


  • Avenida Pres. Manuel Quintana 465, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Urban hotel located a few meters away from exclusive designer stores, cultural centers, museums, shopping centers, art galleries, renowned restaurants, the city gardens and points of tourism interest.

Stepping through the stunning six meter-high door made of French oak from wine barrels, on the distinguished Quintana Avenue, at the heart of distinct Recoleta, MIO BUENOS AIRES stands apart. A blend of daring design, comfort and meticulous service with state-of-the-art technology stands out as a fusion of luxury, high-tech functionality and pleasure.

Fine materials such as calden wood, glass, cotton, oak, steel, marble and silk, all combine beautifully to create a unique aesthetic that stands apart in a tangible sensation of warmness and intimacy in each and every one of the thirty rooms and suites of MIO BUENOS AIRES.

8th Spa at Mio

A true escape from the world outside, MIO BUENOS AIRES features everything you need for total relaxation. At 8th Spa at Mio, walls and ceiling are covered with black stone from San Luis, reflecting the solar energy on the pool, generate a weak light that provides for the perfect urban retreat for the body and soul. Amenities include juices and natural beverages bar, manual, oriental and harmonizing spa therapies, cabinets for facial and body treatments, relaxation and stimulation massage menu, steam bath, fitness center for cardio exercise, and a large Jacuzzi.

Mio Buenos Aires Bathtubs

Every MIO BUENOS AIRES bathtub has been meticulously created and engraved by artist Mario Dasso, a talented Argentinean whose art consists in engraving nature. Mario does not pick any particular tree; he would rather go into the mountain and surprise himself. He listens to that inner voice that guides him, the same voice that his ancestors -the Mapuche Indian tribes- used to hear. It is then when the wood would come to him to find that amazing calden waiting for him. The artist works with dead trees. In La Pampa, the story goes that when a calden tree dies, it does no longer watch nature but starts narrating its story. This Pampa artist does not choose the trees, the trees find him. He does not choose the final work, he goes for it. Every artwork is unique and has a message.


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