Mine Hotel Boutique Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Some of our favorite hotels in Buenos Aires are these intimate boutiques perfect for some peace and quiet amid the bustle of the big city: The Mine Hotel Boutique is an upscale 20-room hotel in the hip Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Soho. Though set on a small piece of property, Mine uses its space phenomenally, and features a colorfully modern aesthetic. From the outside, the building has a futuristic vibe, and inside the lobby is a Zen-like open area -- its furnishings are distinct, colorful, and made from a number of natural materials.

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 Some of our favorite hotels in Buenos Aires are these intimate boutiques perfect for some peace and quiet amid the bustle of the big city:
The Mine Hotel Boutique is an upscale 20-room hotel in the hip Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Soho. Though set on a small piece of property, Mine uses its space phenomenally, and features a colorfully modern aesthetic. From the outside, the building has a futuristic vibe, and inside the lobby is a Zen-like open area -- its furnishings are distinct, colorful, and made from a number of natural materials.
Some of our favorite hotels in Buenos Aires are these intimate boutiques perfect for some peace and quiet amid the bustle of the big city:
The Mine Hotel Boutique is an upscale 20-room hotel in the hip Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Soho. Though set on a small piece of property, Mine uses its space phenomenally, and features a colorfully modern aesthetic. From the outside, the building has a futuristic vibe, and inside the lobby is a Zen-like open area -- its furnishings are distinct, colorful, and made from a number of natural materials. The Axel is a cosmopolitan hotel located in San Telmo, a bohemian neighborhood in central Buenos Aires. It has 48 contemporary rooms with plush king beds, glass-enclosed bathrooms, and up-to-date amenities, such as flat-screen plasma TVs and iPod speakers. The rooftop pool with outdoor shower, the stunning spa, and the rooftop lounge are definitely the highlights of this hotel. The Blue Soho Hotel feels refreshing and boutique-y, with exposed brick walls, high ceilings with skylights, and even fresh flowers and palms. Rooms exude a distinct urban, contemporary style, though some are dark and lacking natural light. One of its strongest assets is its location -- on a street with various trendy shops and restaurants, in the heart of the bustling and chic Palermo Soho. On an attractive, tree-lined street in the La Recoleta neighborhood, the CasaSur Art Hotel is a luxe, boutique property with 36 rooms. Decor is sleek with modern furniture and dark hardwood floors. Comfortable rooms have thoughtful touches of technology, including iPod docks and wall-mounted flat-screen TVs. The highlight of CasaSur is an upscale spa complete with a whirlpool, and the hotel also offers its own restaurant serving food inspired by India and the Mediterranean. The 57-room Lennox Hotel Buenos Aires is located in the central Congreso area, close to government offices. Quirky decorations and artwork, interesting wall patterns, and unusual color schemes make a stay here a distinct and memorable experience -- from the spacious lobby dressed in sleek shades of black, to the chic, dramatically lit private outdoor garden. All aesthetics aside, the hotel also offers top-notch comfort, luxury, and hospitality. The Be Hollywood is a hip, modern boutique hotel located in the lively Palermo Hollywood neighborhood. The hotel features 37 large, white rooms with pops of color via the pillows and rugs. Even the standard rooms are spacious (the largest loft rooms are located in a building across the street), but the bathrooms are small with tiny showers. The highlight is the terrace where the pool and fabulous views of the city can be found, and the free breakfast and Wi-Fi add value. Located in the trendy neighborhood of Palermo Hollywood, the 27-room Fierro Hotel Boutique is a chic and upscale property that stands out for its luxe touches such as towel heaters and free loaner iPads. All rooms are spacious suites with modern furnishings, comfy beds, balconies, and high-tech amenities such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Highlights include the rooftop terrace with heated, outdoor pool and renowned restaurant run by acclaimed chef Hernán Gipponi, who uses ingredients plucked from an organic garden on the property. This charming, upscale boutique feels like a private home, with 11 beautiful, individually decorated rooms featuring hardwood floors, comfortable beds, and great amenities. Each room has been dedicated to a significant figure in Argentine history -- such as Evita Peron, Che Guevara, General San Martin and Mafalda -- and has themed decor to match. The cozy library is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing in the winter, and in the warmer months guests can head up to the rooftop deck, complete with a six-person whirlpool and lounge chairs. Opened in early 2011, this beautiful boutique hotel is arguably one of the most unique and serene properties in bohemian Palermo Hollywood. With just 12 rooms and simple but stylish modern decor throughout, it is a wonderful retreat from busy Buenos Aires, even with a location in the thick of the action. Large, sun-drenched rooms are clean and contemporary, with flat-screen TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows, trendy bathrooms with jetted tubs, and a few colorful accents. The gorgeous rooftop whirlpool with city views and a sauna take R&R to a new level. The Room Mate Carlos (part of the international Room Mate chain) is an upscale, 57-room hotel located among the skyscrapers and European-style buildings of the Buenos Aires Montserrat neighborhood. While the hotel's facade has a classic style, the inside transports guests to an ultra-modern, almost dreamy place: The lobby’s shades of green and quirky design create the feel of an underwater seaweed setting, and the breakfast area's decor is a bold abstract mix of patterns and sunburst light fixtures. The Own Palermo Hollywood is a boutique hotel in Buenos Aires' Palermo Hollywood neighborhood. The 16 rooms are spacious and modern, with bright white dominating the color scheme and giving the illusion of more space. Rooms resemble trendy, urban studio apartments, and though they do not have bathtubs, they all have convenient kitchenettes and wine bars. Targeting the younger crowd with Free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, minimalist decor, and a stylish bar and lounge, this addition to the Palermo scene fits right in with its young, bohemian-chic vibe. The Malabia House Hotel is housed in a quaint 18th-century building situated on a tree-lined, cobblestone street in Palermo Soho, an upscale shopping and dining-focused neighborhood. The bed and breakfast (rates include free breakfast and a free evening reception) has only 15 rooms and an intimate, romantic feel; rooms are simple but cozy; the small inner courtyard brings in a lot of natural light; and the 24-hour concierge is helpful for night owls. But four rooms miss out on the more romantic vibe by having down-the-hall (albeit private) bathrooms, and thin walls means guests can often hear the comings and goings of others. This quaint, artsy B&B is housed in a French-inspired 1920s building in the upscale shopping district of Palermo. Its decor reflects Buenos Aires' eclectic charm: The warm lobby, for example, has aqua-splashed walls and a collection of colorful paintings. Each of the eight simple, unpretentious rooms has a unique name and accompanying style; all feature quirky art. None of the rooms have TVs or other basic amenities, but the communal area has a flat-screen TV. Overall, Livian is cozy and sweet, but a few improvements and deep cleanings could give the place an extra boost.
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