Review: Milino Buenos Aires Apartment Hotel located in Villa Crespo
To kick off our new Good Morning Buenos Aires Reviews section, we would like to begin with a favorite – Milino Buenos Aires Apartment Hotel.
Milino Buenos Aires Apartment Hotel 5 Stars for having one of the best rates and location in town!
Located in quiet Villa Crespo and a mere 2 1/2 blocks from Palermo Soho and 5 1/2 blocks from Palermo Hollywood, Milino Apart Hotel is a favorite of Good Morning Buenos Aires. Milino Apart offer one bedroom, fully furnished apartments with a capacity for up to 6 people. At Milino, comfort is their primary concern, with spacious accomodations making its many guests feel at home. Chic modern design and decor abound with comfortable living rooms, air conditioning, fully furnished kitchens to include refrigerators, stoves, electrical appliances, pots and pans, dishes……. everything you need for your home away from home. Bathrooms include showers and bathtubs as well as hair-dryers. Milino also offers cable television as well as high speed Wi-Fi internet throughout the entire hotel. BEST OF ALL, you will love the price at well under U$D100 per night. When you get there, be sure to say hello to Alejandro, Nicolas, Ariel and Pablo from all of us here at Good Morning Buenos Aires.
Milino Apart Hotel’s location, Villa Crespo, is most known for being a great place to find a bargain. One of its main attractions is a strip of leather goods stores located on Calle Murillo. One of the biggest and best of those is Murillo 666 (yes, located at Murillo 666) and offers everything from jackets and accessories to leather furniture. Beginning in 2008 many of the local factories in the neighborhood started opening up outlet stores to the public. Around Calles Aguirre and Gurruchaga one can find a string of outlet stores such as Armani Exchange, Cacharel, Lacoste, Puma, Timberland, Wrangler and more. One can also find many more outlets lined up along Av. Cordoba only 5 blocks away and Av. Warnes there are numerous auto parts stores.
Villa Crespo also has a select number of options for restaurants and nightlife that you can enjoy. Here are a few to get you started:
Sarkis (Thames 1101) a family style restaurant offering satisfying Middle Easter food. (Probably the very best Middle Eastern restaurant in the city.)
Ocho7Ocho (Thames 878) beginning at 8pm every night a doorman appears here outside an unmarked door. Those in the know can step inside to find themselves in a stylish but deliberately rough around the edges lounge created in a former carpentry workshop.
From 8pm every night a doorman appears outside an unmarked door. Those in the know step inside to find a former carpentry workshop, converted into a stylish, but deliberately rough-around-the-edges, lounge bar
Scannapieco (Av. Cordoba 4826) founded in 1938 by an Italian immigrant, Scannapieco is simply the very best ice cream to be found in Buenos Aires and is still family owned.
Club Silencio (call +5411 4775-7330 or email email@example.com to make a reservation and get the address) inspired by David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive, Club Silencio was created by Argentinian musician Shoni Shed. At 11pm every Friday he performs in his apartment for an audience of 20, all of whom are blindfolded upon arrival to stimulate their other senses. The show lasts about an hour and a half and afterwards a bar menu appears and the place turns into a house party.
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