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This hotel is ideally located near the airport, the Montevideo Shopping Centre, World Trade Centre, and the Museum of Oceanography. The service is fast and friendly, and the apartments are spacious, well decorated, and very clean. The buffet style breakfast is also fairly complete, and best of all, the hotel is within walking distance of Las Ramblas. A great option if you want to take a walk in the mornings or evenings.
The Unplugged Hostel Suites Centro met all of my expectations, and it had a great location, you can walk to the center, the promenade, the Estadio Centenario, the bus terminal in Tres Cruces, etc. from it. I.e. it's in the middle of all the city's sights. The room (Private room with a double bed in my case) was very spacious and came with a private bathroom, a table, a place to prepare food, and a small terrace. It was a pretty good price compared to other hostels in the area. But, undoubtedly one of the most important factors here is the environment, which in this case meets expectations 100%, meaning that it generates good vibes with the guests, thanks to the work of a staff that always wants to talk to you and see if you're doing all right. There's also a guy, Arturo, who's in charge of having fun in the hostel. He left me with a great impression and it was a great experience to stay here. On top of all that, it has an elevator.
I don´t recommend making deals with these gentlemen. On my first trip to Uruguay, I searched the internet and came across this hotel option. I contacted them by mail and Mr. Pablo de los Campos responded. We agreed upon the price and I made a financial transfer via Western Union. Big mistake. Pablo called me a couple of weeks later to tell me that the apartment wasn´t available and to ask if i could come come two days later. I told him I could not as I had already purchased my tickets and booked a place in Punta del Este at the end of my stay in Montevideo. Mr. Pablo gave me no solution. So, I was without a reservation for my first few days in Montevideo. Mr. Pablo advised me to cancel the deposit made to Western Union so I did but I was not able to get the commission refunded. So, the problem with working with these people is that if they do not fulfill their commitment, I lose and if I do not keep my commitment, I lose.
This is a very good hotel. Their website is simple, but the hotel is optimal. You have two options, a room facing the "sea", which is surely a little bit more expensive than a normal room. The normal room had a bath and two single beds, which was good because I was with a friend and chose individual beds. The cafe was calm in the morning, with a menu full of interesting things, and what I wanted to eat. I could fill the water bottle in a cooler that was that way, too. It's in the center, but not far from the bus, which cost 21 Uruguayan pesos and you can catch it in front of the hotel.
This is a recently opened hotel in a spectacular place. In accordance with Eros hotels, it has it all: location, location, location. Super comfortable beds, tasty breakfast, coffee, and a lot of Brazilians, you'll feel at home. The staff is attentive but lacking some experience, perhaps for being a new hotel. Besides a good cinema, and a Macdonalds that is open 24 hours, there are several shops and restaurants. Five blocks from Punta Carretas Shopping, there are even more options!