We stayed at Hotel Madero one night. The entire staff was attentive and clearly prioritizing the comfort, safety and security of guests. The location is terrific, great area to walk along the river with lots of restaurants and bars. We felt vey safe. We had an early morning flight so we were delighted that coffee, tea and food was available in the lobby beginning at 4:30 am. A great amenity!
Located in a very safe, modern, sparkling neighborhood in Buenos Aires that is very convenient to take a short taxi to many tourist sites like the Casa Rosada and La Boca. I really loved the modernity of the hotel. The room was huge with a beautiful view from the balcony. There were tons of great restaurants, cafes, and bars in walking distance. While the neighborhood lacks some of the flavor of Palermo, it is a beautiful, safe location if you like to walk. The staff were all incredibly kind and helpful and they were accommodating with my requests. I would definitely stay again.
We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights. We found it an ideal location within walking distance of several restaurants and shops. The breakfast buffet was delicious and contained a wide range of meats, cheeses, pastries, cereal, yogurt, and eggs. The fruit salad was a highlight for us, made fresh daily and positively divine!!! We stayed in a junior suite. It had a gigantic king-size bed, a large tv, balconies on both sides of the room, and lots of natural light. It was beautiful. Disappointments? No minibar. They have a mini-fridge, though. Room service options are few and are rather complex dishes. i would have preferred some basic items such as cheese fries, quesadillas, general snack foods. Also, a warning to those of you who choose the suite, because two of the 4 walls are glass, all of the traffic noise, revving engines, honking horns, etc. will be very loud.…
This is my 4th stay at this property in the past 10 years. What I like the most is from the time you enter the hotel front door, the hotel has a great vibe to it. The modern chic decor & lighting gives the hotel lobby positive energy. I really like how the hotel lobby transitions into the lobby bar ( fantastic whisky & bourbon bar ) & restaurant. The rooms are well appointed with complimentary amenities. The bed & bedding are a premium. Score a corner room if you can that overlooks the water. Each room has a walk out balcony which is a perk if you enjoy fresh air or smoke. The hotel has an indoor heated pool & outside Jacuzzi. ( Take note that the Jacuzzi water is not hot... needs to be much hotter to be therapeutic. The location is fantastic if you enjoy walking. The hotel staff ( front desk team ) are very attentive & accommodating. Every body seems to be in a great mood.!! The Concierge ( Sebastian ) is an encyclopedia when it comes to questions & answers. I would suggest using him as a resource when staying at this Hotel. He has the keys to the city. A delightful guest experience.…
We stayed here for just one night at the end of a cruise and apart from the fact we were unable to check in early everything was very good . We had a deluxe room with balcony and river view as part of a package giving us breakfast and a massage each and this was excellent value . As others have commented the Madero is in a good safe location with lots of bars and restaurants within a 5 minute walk and the Saturday night we were there lots of people were out & about strolling along the waterfront. An added bonus was the England v Wales live rugby on the tv in the room so all was good .m Would defo stay at this hotel .
The hotel was in a great location. Had many great places to eat around it. Was not that far from main areas of Buenos Aires. Had a great breakfast. Room was roomy & clean the 1st night. They came to clean the room about 5 the second day. We had just returned after being gone all day. We wanted to take a nap before going out for the night. We would stay there again.
We stayed in this hotel 1 night and in the Hilton 3 nights and at the time this hotel was the cheapest but unfortunately we couldnt stay there after our cruise to Antartica. We had breakfast included, we had bottled water each day which was free, a clean, modern room which appeared to be well sound proofed. Prompt service at the desk, a fully stocked mini bar and close to restuarants. The Hilton in comparison did not provide breakfast except for an additional cost along with the water which they had an additional cost and the room and mini bar werent stocked adequately for the first two days of our stay. We also stayed in Chile at the Intercontinental Hotel and had money stolen from our room which had numerous other problems. We experienced a close encounter with a scam at Santiago where an official looking man will offer you help with your transport. We had transport prepaid and he acted like he knew about it. Personally knowing what I know now I would give Santiago a big miss. At the airport we noticed alot of people tranferring out off our international flight. I now know why.…
This hotel did not disappoint. The facility is in an excellent location and is very modern and clean, the elevators work well and are super fast, the bed was one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in, the food at the restaurants was very good including breakfast. I just wished there were some universal type electrical outlets near the bed in order to charge the electronics. Everything else was perfect.
I really like this hotel but this time I noticed I also like all the things you can do here on a really rainy (thunder) day, there is really no need to leave the hotel. I used the pool, sauna the restaurant and had a massage and never felt bored.
Very comfortable spacious rooms. Breakfast had great variety of breakfast items. Check in was slow because it was on a holiday and the line up was very long. Bedrooms are large and bed & pillows very comfortable The only Negative- rooms need to add a coffee maker and a kettle to make warm beverage.