Located on the banks of the Black River this place has all the amenities to receive people and ensure them spending leisure hours in an environment of natural beauty which is unique to this region of the Uruguayan-Argentine coast. This is the place for relaxation where tranquility and a variety of water activities, sports and culture are common. Next to the thermal areas there are large cities (Buenos Aires and Montevideo), field tourism (leisure travelers) and wild beaches with native vegetation. Sports events in the river and its South American Speedway class. Fishing, recreational catamaran rides, bird watching, boat rentals and Kayaks, etc. These are some of the activities by the Black River. Hotels and restaurants offer typical meals and especially the peaceful coexistence and security offered by the mercedaria society and the region as a whole.
At the Yerutí Hotel, George and Ana, the owners, greet you cozily. The hotel closes at the end of the season, but the cabins duplexes are open all year round and are very comfortable and pleasant. They are like Canadian cabins with steeply sloped roofs, even though obviously there's no snow here. The interior is nice, Wood, with the bed upstairs. The beach is right next door and I went every morning to see the sunrise. Although there are several negative reviews on Tripadvisor, I was treated very well when I went.
The Italiano Restaurant and Hotel is a very pretty place to spend some time in Colonia del Sacramento, in the Republic of Uruguay. The building was constructed by an Italian immigrant in 1928 and the exterior has remained as it was in its early days, and has been remodeled over time to meet the requirements of tourism. It consists of 52 bedrooms in four categories: standard, superior, special and suite. It has a nice restaurant that offers simple and good food, massage services, a beautiful pool and above all very good attention. The cost of a standard double room is US $80. - Located right at the entrance of the historic heritage part of the city. Everything inside is decorated in a simple but tasteful way with and nice colors. It is a very good option for your stay in the Colonia del Sacramento.
The Posada Manuel de lobo, is a lovely place to stay in the Colonia del Sacramento, excellently located just one block away from the historic downtown and seven blocks away from the port. It only has 8 bedrooms, tastefully decorated in the old Spanish style. Rates vary between $ s 100 to $ 150, and include breakfast and taxes.
If you want to disconnect from reality and connect with nature, this hotel offers that and more. Besides the thermal pools, you can also relax by taking a walk in the hectares of orange groves, and harvest these fruits yourself. You can also fish, observe the diverse surrounding wildlife, go biking or simply let go and relax.
Arriving to the spas of Daiman, we stayed in the Apart-Hotel Geminis for a weekend and enjoyed the Daiman THERMAL WATERS. For then continue their journey to PIRIAPOLIS point in the east. The TIP hotel has a full-service apartments of one to eight people with AC, private bathroom, cable TV, microwave, phone, internet, mini cyber, continental breakfast, maid service, broiler. It is a few meters from the first water park in South America: Acuamanía. The hotel rate for 4 people is around 1700 Uruguayan pesos. We had a very pleasant stay! The warmth and friendliness of the hotel staff is remarkable.
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.
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!
It is a place where silence is heard, where rest is fascinating, listening to birdsong, the river invites you to caress him with your body, not staying here is not a choice. Enjoy the friendliness of the people where everyone greets you, you say "good morning", "good afternoon" as if you knew them all your lifetime, you can enjoy its history, its nature.
I love a good night's sleep and a good wine! Who needs a concierge if you have a sommelier? You could easily spend your entire stay in this hotel, just enjoying the wonderful wines they have on offer. Apart from the drinks, this hotel is on the list of Montevideo's best gay-friendly options.
The hotel has a relaxed atmosphere with the best service that satisfies even the most demanding businessmen or tourists. Their customers can choose from 30 elegant and spacious suites. This hotel is in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of Carrasco. Its amenities include a pub, a gym with jacuzzi, outdoor pool and conference room.
Like the charming [poi = 11565] Narbonne House restaurant [/ poi], the recovered Posada Camacho is another beautiful hideaway in the idyllic surroundings of Carmel, which can be found in Puerto Carmelo. This large area includes a marina and luxury housing such as El Faro. The inn operates in the old French style house that's on the banks of The Vipers stream, near the mouth of Rio de la Plata. The inn has been decorated with an eclectic style that blends exquisite colonial furniture and French Uruguayan countryside. The inn features spacious rooms, and high ceilings and each room is a little different. The inn's environment deserves a separate paragraph altogether. There are gardens with a "Frenchified" design where you can find bougainvillea, honeysuckle and some trees, as well as a lovely pool and a deck over the river that invites you to relax.
The Argentino Hotel is a fantastic hotel in the seaside resort of Piriapolis, located in the Rambla de los Argentinos and facing the Rio de la Plata which so wide that it looks like a sea. The hotel was ordered to be built by Don Francisco Piria, founder of the spa (hence the name Piriápolis (Piria City)) and inaugurated on December 24, 1930. Piria Francisco was a prosperous merchant and an alchemist with great visions of the future. The Hotel is reminiscent of the era and is decorated with rich symbology and beautiful details, especially in the statues which are similar to those in Vitrauxs. The Argentino Hotel has a total of 300 rooms and 56 suites, all strategically designed to give views of the sea, hills and forests around the area. It is a four star hotel that combines the old with the services of a modern hotel. Services include: Kids Club, Spa, Ocean Thermal Center, Casino, Planet Youth, Food and a Sports Complex. All of the pools have seawater and the magnificent park is full of ancient trees and gorgeous flowers. Even if you don´t have the opportunity to stay here, it´d be great to just go for a visit. The spacious rooms, recreation rooms, reading rooms and magnificent views from its many windows will undoubtedly surprise you and the floors with fantastic drawings and the wood, marble, and coffered ceilings will amaze you.
I came here in high season, and it's one of those hostels where you need to be a deep sleeper or you'll be kept up all night by the opening and closing of doors. On the other hand, if you want to party, you won't lack for company! I was in a shared room, but the hostel also offers single or double rooms that seem to be quite decent. If you have problems with damp and mould, it's important to ask for a well-ventilated room, as some of them have quite a strong smell. This doesn't usually bother me, especially in the type of old buildings you'll find in Uruguay, but it could be a problem for some. The staff are attentive and lively, and I had a very positive experience. It is well-located, easily reached by public transport.
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.
It is situated near the center of the city, surrounded by stores, malls, gastronomic areas, and close to the main business district of the region. It is situated near the port of Montevideo, just about 5 minutes away where you have the possibility to cross the Rio de la Plata and visit the Argentines. The beach is very close as well.
The San Rafael neighborhood is located in the exclusive resort town of Punta del Este in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay (ROU), on the coast of Playa Brava beach bathing in the Atlantic Ocean. This was one of the first neighborhoods of Punta del Este where they began to construct real mansions where wealthy people from Uruguay and Argentina, especially Buenos Aires, built their summer homes. The first important casino was in this neighborhood because there was another casino on the same peninsula, which still exists, but it was not as luxurious as the one in San Rafael. The houses in this neighborhood, especially those on the coast, as the district extends inward, were the first luxury homes in Punta del Este. At present there are many other similar neighborhoods. Start by showing some of San Rafael.