Hotel Buenos Aires: Legado Mitico, customer review

Tim and Carla spent their honeymoon in Argentina and Chile mixing Buenos Aires luxury with some great adventures in Patagonia. They’ve been kind enough to share some of their experiences on the Swoop blog. This first one is about a fantastic hotel they used in Buenos Aires called Legado Mitico.

After a long flight from London, the sanctitude of the Legado Mitico hotel was just the tonic we needed. The hotel is located in the trendy, lively and smart Palermo region of BA.

The hotel staff are friendly, helpful and courteous and we were encouraged to relax in the lounge and offered breakfast (not included) after our flight. We stayed at the hotel twice in 3 weeks and had the opportunity to try out 2 different rooms. Each room is beautifully decorated in a latin style, individually tailored to a specific famous Argentinian person. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and quiet. Each room has its own Wifi source and large bed.

The breakfast covers all options and the fresh fruit and pastries are delicious. The homemade juices and selection of teas and coffee whilst you sit in the relaxing lounge is the perfect way to start the day.

The hotel recommended and booked all of our evening meals and we were never disappointed. The famous La Cabrera is a must and only a short stroll around the corner, which after the portions they serve is a blessing! This smart, relaxing and unpretentious oasis made the perfect setting for the start and end of our fabulous South American adventure.

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About Luke Errington

Luke fell in love with Patagonia when he first trekked through the Andes some 15 years ago. In 2009 he founded Swoop Patagonia and since then has trekked, ridden and paddled thousands of miles throughout the region. Back at home in Bristol he's a dad of three, and a keen trail runner and adventure racer. On his last visit Luke climbed to within 500m of the summit of Aconcagua and ran a 3 day ultra-marathon around the volcanoes of northern Patagonia.