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Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires

756 reviews
+54 11 6091-2000

Top Amenities

Pets Allowed
Bar or Lounge
Business Center

Where the Past Meets the Future in Buenos Aires

Vintage Meets Classic

Featuring 39 rooms in a historic Art Deco building, The Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires reflects the history of Argentina's capital with a strong vision for the future. Guests of this hotel find themselves immersed in classic Buenos Aires, featuring a number of historical sites within walking distance. Those looking to balance the boutique experience with modern amenities will not be disappointed by the Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires.

Boutique Experience with Modern Amenities

Taking advantage of the Art Deco architecture and classic construction, each room features vaulted ceilings and wide spaces. Every hotel room comes standard with the amenities travelers come to expect from major chain hotels. Free wireless Internet access comes standard (no loyalty membership required), and every in-room safe is big enough to fit a laptop computer.

Standard rooms measure over 400 square feet in floor space, and come with a choice of one or two beds. Beds feature high-end cotton linens, ensuring a comfortable rest. Those guests who are looking for a little more luxury should consider upgrading to the Extra Large room. For the best experience, be sure to ask for a room with a balcony attached.

Historic Buenos Aires Just Beyond the Hotel Doors

Located in the heart of Little Italy, the Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires is within walking distance of a number of cultural attractions that blend old world culture with Argentinean tradition. The historic Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, and Ethnographic Museum are within a five-minute walk of the hotel. Those looking for the true Argentina experience can visit the El Caminito open air market, just a 15-minute taxi ride from the hotel doors. 

For those who like to stay in, the Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires offers all the comforts and charm of Argentina without having to leave the lobby. Known for an expansive wine list, travelers are sure to find an Argentinean wine that fits their taste at Aldo's Winery and Restaurant. Music lovers should head to the basement to enjoy a show at the intimate Bebop Music Club. 

The Bottom Line

The boutique experience shouldn't mean sacrificing amenities. At the Moreno Hotel Buenos Aires, travelers won't have to choose between an amazing experience and all the luxury of a top hotel. Between the historic architecture, great location, and world-class facilities, this hotel often ends up at the top of many travelers lists every year. 

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Moreno 376
Buenos Aires, C1091AAH
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User Highlights
"AC worked fine" "Spacious rooms"
97% thought rooms were spacious.
84% said the beds were comfortable.
"Close to the city" "Sunday market just outside of the hotel"
100% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
89% liked the proximity to shopping.
"AC worked fine" "Spacious rooms"
97% thought rooms were spacious.
For only 60%, the bathroom was ok.
"Nice staff" "Room services available"
92% found the staff to be very friendly.
74% said the reception staff was great.
Value for money
"Free lobby internet" "For free internet"
100% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Free lobby internet" "For free internet"
56% said the wifi quality was bad.
"Clean towels" "Stained glass windows"
Only 59% said rooms were clean enough.
60% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
"There was no scrambled egg" "No breakfast option"
100% were happy with the price of the breakfast.

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Spacious rooms
Comfortable beds
Friendly service
Great reception
Expert Reviews
Rooms range in size from the generous to the enormous; all have 13-foot ceilings, expansive iron-framed windows, and Art Deco-style furniture upholstered in iridescent sea green.
When to go: Avoid only the sweltering summer months of January and February.
Travel + Leisure
The fluted façade of the loft-style hotel, located two blocks from the Casa Rosada, where Eva Perón gave her famous address, dates to the 1920's-when Argentina embraced Art Deco.
Housed inside a renovated 1928 Art Deco printing factory, the upper-middle-range Moreno Hotel has a singular, dramatic look. Its 37 spacious rooms and lofts are more subdued in their...