Bohemia Hotel Boutique
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBohemia Hotel Boutique Mendoza
Besides the immaculately modern rooms, lounge and dining areas, the staff at this boutique hotel made our stay fantastic. We were at the hotel for a month while studying Spanish and the owners and staff all helped us practice speaking while ensuring we felt at home while away from home. Chef Emir creates some delicious dinners upon request which I highly recommend trying during your stay.
The hotel´s location is also within a couple blocks of both San Martin park and Aristides Villanueva Street which has many shops and restaurants. The downtown plazas are within a twenty minute walk, as well.
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