4.5
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What We Love

  • The curated collection of art throughout, with many local artists represented
  • A Spa & Health Club with sauna, heated pool, solarium and massage rooms
  • Fusion of classic European and South American flavors in the Red Resto & Lounge
  • Panoramic views of the river and city from the rooftop bar

What To Know

  • The rooftop bar is only open in summer
  • With its location close to the airport in the modern part of the city, business travelers are a large part of clientele
  • Rates include wifi and buffet breakfast

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Hip, art-filled address in Buenos Aires' business district, with a killer rooftop bar, solarium and swimming pool

The Lowdown

Conceived by Argentine design studio Abulafia Figoni Prado, the interiors of this 197-room hotel are designed to soothe, with neutral tones, plush retro-inspired furnishings and welcoming touches like orchids and original artworks. If the rooftop bar is closed, the White Bar is the spot to sip cocktails while loungey music plays – there’s even a terrace with tropical plantings and a reflecting pool. The spa offers the usual menu of massages, with a handful of more left-field treatments like Shiatsu and Esalen massage techniques.

In the Area

Set on the old harbor, Puerto Madero is one of the city’s newest neighborhoods, and as such seems to be constantly evolving. Be sure to photograph the Puente de la Mujer, designed by Spanish starchitect Santiago Calatrava, a rotating footbridge whose needle-like spire looks particularly striking at dusk. Stroll the revitalized Puerto Madero Docks, where you can sample the famous Argentinean beef at restaurants like Cabana Las Lilas, before changing pace completely at the Costanera Sur Ecological Reserve, a 865-acre nature park that features a huge variety of plants and great bird watching.

How to Get There

Hotel Madero Buenos Aires
Rosario Vera Peñaloza 360 – Dique 2
Buenos Aires, C1107CLA Argentina

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 2115 Reviews
great hotel boutique
Reviewed 3 days ago

i’ve stayed here before, hotel madero offers a great place to stay in puerto madero, it is really close to the centre, san telmo, aeroparque, casa rosada... its cuisine is amazing, staff is very friendly, english and spanish spoken, rooms are spacious

Perfect in every way
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Buenos Aires is a massive city with many hotel and vacation rental options that it can be overwhelming. A friend who is a frequent traveler to BA said this was his favorite hotel in a great location and the modern Hotel Madero didn’t disappoint. Fantastic and immaculately clean rooms (mine was quite spacious) with a great bathroom (after 12 hours of flying, my bathtub was a relaxing respite).
Attentive and helpful service, an included buffet breakfast (do not miss all the breads/pastries/carbs and the homemade jams), a small spa that gave a high-quality massage, and a terrific hotel restaurant with a nice wine list - which we dined at our first evening due to a delayed flight. The hotel is in Puerto Madero, a quiet neighborhood and a respite in the city away from the dense crowds. It didn’t feel touristy — except for one or two US chain restaurants. Would definitely recommend this hotel.

Excelente
Reviewed 1 month ago

I love hotel and in general all the puerto madero area
Excellent hotel, all employees very nice, good food, nice pool
I stay here for a business event for 100 people all everybody said excellent comentaries

Placed next to room under construction
Reviewed 1 month ago

With the amount of money paid for the signature suite (Room 825), I expected the room to be quite peaceful as these were the last 2 days of my vacation. When I checked in everything was great and then the noise started. They were actually doing construction in the room next door and it seemed that at any moment they were coming through the wall. I told the guy at reception and he responded, "Oh they should be finished in the evening." I went to the spa to get away from the noise, but when I returned after 7pm the noise was still going on for a bit. The next morning the noise started again. I checked out early. Nice hotel and staff but inconsiderate. This room should not be booked again until the construction is finished. Also, the doors to the balconies need keys. No keys were provided so the doors could not be locked even though the balcony is basically shared (only divided by potted trees and plants).

Great hotel.
Reviewed 2 months ago

First time I’ve stayed at this hotel. I travel to BsAs quite often for work and I have to honestly say it’s one of the best in all of BsAs. It’s updated, modern, and the service is excellent. The hotel has great security as well. The location is perfect because it near pretty much everything. This place is a must stay. Looking forward to staying there again in June.