Alameda Mazarredo, 77 48009 Bilbao − Spain
(34) 94 661 18 80
Fax: (34) 94 425 51 82
Chic, contemporary decor, a cosmopolitan ambiance that is evident in its 50 rooms, and a complete offer of services make Hotel Miró the best choice for immersing yourself in the city and discovering its surrounding areas. Staff at the Miró are friendly, efficient and discreet. This hotel is all about merging good old fashioned service with modern touches.
Hotel Miró is your best option for getting to know the city. Nestled between the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, the hotel offers spectacular views of Frank Gehry's emblematic building. It is only a few short steps from the city's shopping area, and within walking distance of the quaint Old Quarter (Casco Viejo). Get to know the city from the best starting point. Bilbao is a perfect city for walking and its leading sights are less than 15 minutes from the hotel: Plaza Moyúa, the Albia Gardens, the Euskalduna Palace auditorium and conference center, the Old Quarter, Paseo de Abandoibarra, and the finest shopping areas.
The best way to start the day. Have a healthy breakfast before going out to explore the city!
Hotel Miró replaces the buffet with "The Brown Bread Bag", recovering the tradition with a personalized and professional table service, so guests can feel at home starting their day savoring quality local products.
Exclusive and free of charge for hotel guests. A perfect spot to have a coffee, work at the computer, or get together before going out to dinner.
A small, cosy nook to peruse art books and learn about Bilbao and its surrounding area.
Hotel Miró counts with a magnificent contemporary photography collection of over 40 works.
Photographs are not mere decoration, they are part of the whole experience.
After a long day of sightseeing or business appointments, Hotel Miró offers several services that will help you to relax and recover your sense of equilibrium and wellbeing.
Specializing in private massages where expert hands will take you to a world of wellbeing, peace, harmony and complete relaxation of body and mind. The staff uses natural products and essential oils. The hotel offers an array of treatments including Californian, sports, Swedish or a personalized massage…
Hotel Miró is located in the city centre, a superb location for discovering the entire city. It offers visits by bicycle, jogging routes, shopping areas, restaurants… the trendiest places in the city.
If you wish to receive an offer please mark the room(s) of your preference, fill your contact details below and you will receive a proposal directly from Miro Hotel Bilbao.
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Miro Hotel Bilbao. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate
Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Miro Hotel Bilbao. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
The hotel is very well located in the center of the city and accessible from the main forms of public transportation.
To access from the highways follow directions to the Guggenheim Museum, via Plaza Euskadi, and turn right on Alameda Mazarredo (now two ways). To enter Plaza Euskadi Parking, after leaving luggage in front of hotel, continue straight and turn right on Alameda Recalde. Take your first right (Lersundi) and follow straight to Alameda Mazarredo where the entrance of the Parking is located. There is another entrance on Ramón Rubial Street.
From the airport, take the Artxanda Tunnels toward Bilbao Centro. Once you cross the Salve Bridge, take your first right on to Alameda Mazarredo.
Hotel Miró is perfect for small groups and events. The entire team is attentive and personally involved, ensuring an excellent outcome. Additionally, for large groups the hotel can be totally privatized. There are restaurant services for all tastes and needs.
Up to 15 people
The hotel has several options for small meetings. One room is enhanced by natural daylight while the other has a small library.
Up to 35 people
For medium-sized meetings, the hotel has several layout options, as a theatre and as a double imperial venue.
2 meeting rooms with maximum capacity for 35 persons.
Free Internet access.
Screen, loudspeaker system, flip chart, water and pens included.
Bilbao is Spain's sixth-largest city and biggest port. It has a number of interesting secrets to reveal, as well as good food, and as a rail hub it serves as a center for exploring some of the best attractions in the Basque country. Most of the city's sights can be viewed in a day or two. Many visitors flock here only to see the controversial new $100-million Guggenheim Museum, designed by American architect Frank Gehry and called "the beast" by some locals because of its bizarre shape. From afar, it resembles a gargantuan sculpture, with a tumbling boxes profile and a 131m-long (430-ft.) ship gallery.
Bilbao was established by charter June 15, 1300, which converted it from a village (pueblo), ruled by local feudal duke Don Diego López de Haro, into a city. Aided by water power and the transportation potential of the Nervión River, it grew and grew, most of its fame and glory coming during the industrial expansion of the 19th century. Many of the city's grand homes and villas for industrialists were constructed then, particularly in the wealthy suburb of Neguri. The most famous son of Bilbao was Miguel de Unamuno, the writer/educator more closely associated with Salamanca.