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El Patio de Moreno

At a Glance

    Pros

  • two blocks from main street
  • beautifully designed rooms and lobby
  • most bathrooms have double sinks and shower heads

    Cons

  • rooms overlooking street can be noisy
  • kids might be uncomfortable with very adult vibe
  • service is professional but not personal

El Patio de Moreno Review

You might be in gauchoville, but that doesn't mean you have to renounce creature comforts or slick design: hip hotel chain New Age has turned this 1910 town house into the coolest digs in town. You'll be loathe to get up from the comfy crimson sofas in the slate-gray atrium, whose checkered floors, exposed beams, and stained-glass windows hint at the building's past. At night the lights dim and it becomes a wine bar. Cow-skin rugs bring just the right dose of country to the minimal beige-painted rooms, which have huge beds. Some rooms open directly onto the sunny patio, where tables, chairs, and outdoor sofas overlook a tiny pool.

    Hotel Details

  • 11 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-05-2011

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