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Buenos Aires Accommodations Comparison Review in Palermo Soho

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Has anyone stayed at these two properties? If so, what feedback/preference do you have?
1. Miravida Soho
2. Jardin Escondido

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    We stayed at Miravida Soho for a total of 8 nights (5 nights at beginning of trip to Argentina and 3 at the end. This is what I wrote in my review:
    This place really is as wonderful as everyone reports. James has put together a wonderful small boutique hotel, and his staff is extremely helpful and charming. Always willing to make reservations/phone calls for you – one evening Nadia even located where we could find some medicine my DH needed. Our first two nights we had two of the courtyard rooms. They are not large but equipped with everything you would need and a small balcony onto the quiet courtyard and really quite cozy. It was really nice that rooms also came equipped with plug adapters. The next 3 nights and upon our return visit we stayed in the suite. Excellent for a family of 4 (if kids can share a bed and you can all share a bathroom). There are two rooms one with a king size bed and one with a sofa sleep. Both rooms are quite large and we were very pleased to stay there (and saved us money from renting the two rooms!!)

    A hot breakfast is served off a limited but nice menu. Basically you have 4 choices: French toast with bacon, poached eggs and spinach with bacon, scrambled eggs with bacon or yogurt with fruit and granola. Everything was yummy (and yes, you can ask for French toast and eggs – we did), and the bacon was like no bacon we have had at home – delicious!! If you were staying for more than 4-5 days the choices might feel really limited, but since our 8 day stay was broken up we were really happy with it. The girl who worked the breakfast room was so sweet and knew our drink orders by the 2nd morning. The wine bar is a nice place to hang out before or after dinner and particularly nice for my husband to try wines since I don’t drink. Hotel was in walking distance to tons of restaurants and shopping in Palermo Soho

    We would definitely stay here again when we return to BA!

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    We stayed at Miravida Soho and echo the post above. James and his staff are great and it's a very nice hotel. We enjoyed the suite for its extra space. thought the regular room was a bit on the small side, but fine for a night or two.

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