Booked a junior suite for a night for USD49. Arrived the hotel at 9am, the reception staff gave me a room right away which was very much appreciated but I don't expect / demand this as of right. The 'junior suite' is just a double room in essence, not particularly big but not a problem since I travelled solo. Love the simple muted soothing colours. Everything clean and bed is comfortable. Large shower but can get a bit slippery, toiletries provided but basic so better to bring your own. No idea whether breakfast is any good since I had to check out in the middle of the night at 2:30am. The night reception staff was very friendly and helpful. I ordered a ride with Cabify, he helped me call the driver and also asked me to stay inside the locked gates until the taxi arrives rather than stand on the street just to be on the safe side. Another staff helped me move my luggage into the car. Overall, nice comfortable stay, good customer service.
We enjoyed very much staying at the Metropolitano Supara hotel - very clean modern property. Staff was helpful and very friendly. Room was spacious offering comfortable accommodation and lots of amenities. All of that was provided with a reasonable pricing. Area is centrally located with lots of good restaurants and close to lots of attractions. Breakfast was also good.
The Metropolitano Supara is a clean and modern hotel in a safe neighbourhood pretty close to the city. The staff is very friendly, professional and helpful. The room was not large but was well equipped, comfortable and quiet. We enjoyed our stay immensely.
The room was very spacious and very clean. The staff was very friendly and helped us with advice about the city sights.
It is placed in a very secured area. We walked from the hotel to the Capitol and further more to the City Center. The holtel is also placed to the main bus stations that take you to places like La Boca. I am not very sure why many people address Buenos Aires as not being safe. We walked a lot in the barios/neighborhoods and we did not have one second a feeling of insecurity.
A few meters away you have a Carrefour Express if you want to buy something to eat or drink. After 10 in the night you will be able to buy liquor more expensive :).
The price for the room was a pretty good value (altough we aimed a bit lower).
As minus, the breakfast could need improvements for pescarians and vegetarian options.
So, just enjoy
We stayed here for six nights in March 2018, in a Senior room, which was spacious, quiet, clean and with good water pressure in the shower. However, our stay was marred by a booking mix up.
We arrived at 11pm, after our flight from Iguazu Falls had been delayed by several hours. No one on the reception desk spoke English. The receptionist could not find our booking, pointing only to a cancelled booking I had made previously. I repeatedly showed him the receipt and booking confirmation from hotels.com, but he seemed uninterested in looking this up in the system, and treated us with suspicion. Rather than offering us a room and suggesting we sort out in the booking in the morning, since it was almost 11:30pm at this point, he instead kept us waiting while he made a 10 minute phone call, presumably to the manager. Eventually he did offer us a room, which ended up being the smallest available, rather than the Senior room we had paid for. In the morning when we went down to reception, there was an English speaking attendant that was able to assist us, finding our 'lost' booking and checking us into the correct room. No compensation was offered for their mistake and rude treatment the night before, and in fact the hotel refused to reimburse us the difference between the Senior room we had paid for on the first night and the small room we were given. It is very unfortunate that the night receptionist did not seem to have the correct training to use the booking system, nor a customer service ethos.