Hotel Miro's upgrades focus on technology and guest services

The boutique Hotel Miro in Bilbao is undergoing important upgrades in guestrooms and common areas. Other than new 32” TV's and iHome units in all 50 rooms to provide a better service to clients the hotel has increased to 85 sqm the space dedicated to wellness and wellbeing. The gym area has been upgraded and features new massage cabins offering different treatments.

“The Wellness Space” has a hydro massage bathtub, a steam bath and a hydro massage shower. In order to provide the utmost comfort and privacy, this service is booked for periods of 45 minutes in an exclusive manner.

Another addition to Hotel Miro is the “Courtesy Bar”, a special space for clients where they can have a drink and snack free of charge in an intimate atmosphere.

Hotel Miro has become a reference in the city of Bilbao. Not only thanks to its excellent location in front of the famous Guggenheim Museum and near the city’s shopping areas, but because of its bet for design, art and elegance created by fashion designer Antonio Miro.

Hotel Miro has its own personality. “I am very impressed by the improvements Hotel Miro has put in place”, says Juan Palmada, Vice President of Epoque Hotels; “Despite its seize, the it offers the services of a grand hotel”. Fine materials and up-to-date technologies are to be found throughout the hotel. The rooms include a leather loveseat and a square sink designed exclusively for the hotel. There are pieces of original design throughout the venue.


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