Uruguay Hotels

Uruguay is full of adequate accommodation options, no matter what type of budget you may have. Whether it is a luxury resort in Punta del Este, a budget hotel in Colonia de Sacramento or a cabaña on the coast, you are bound to sleep sound in Uruguay. Accommodations are more plentiful in main tourist destinations like Montevideo, Colonia de Sacramento and Punta del Este, but some of the more unique accommodation experiences can be found in the smaller, off-the-beaten track towns and villages.
Uruguay Budget Hotels and Uruguay Hostels
Many of the hostels in Uruguay are nicer than you may expect, and include breakfast, free Internet and even laundry services. An additional perk is that many of the hostels along the coast are beachside or within close walking distance to the beach, so you can feel as if you are at a resort without dishing out the extra cash. Since a lot of travel to Uruguay is seasonal, most accommodation prices depend on what month of the year it is. Prices tend to be around, or slightly more expensive, than hostels in Buenos Aires. Dorm beds usually go for about $12-18, while privates typically cost $17-30. However, during the high season, expect to tag on an additional $5-10 to average off-season prices. Also, these hostels tend to fill up far in advance during high season, so make sure to research and make reservations ahead of time. If hostels are not your style, but you are still on a budget, then you will be able to find some nice budget hotel options in Colonia de Sacramento and Montevideo. Usually you can secure a comfy single, double or triple room with private bathrooms for around $20-45.

Uruguay Luxury Hotels and Uruguay Resorts
Most of Uruguay’s luxury hotels and resorts are concentrated in Montevideo and in Punta del Este. To match the higher-class clientele that go to these spots in Uruguay, luxury hotels and resorts have popped up readily in these places and tend to have pools, private beach access (in Punta del Este), spas and sometimes, casinos. Expect to pay about $150-300 a night for a room in one of these luxury hotels. You can find chain hotels like the Radisson and the Sheraton in Montevideo as well. In Carmelo, there is even a top-rated Four Seasons hotel that has a spa, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and on-site fine dining, among other amenities.
Uruguay Camping and Other Uruguay Accommodation Options
A popular alternative to staying at a Uruguay hostel or budget hotel is camping. Budget travelers will find that dorm room prices are a bit higher in Uruguay than in many other destinations on the gringo trail. Therefore, those looking to stretch their savings, will find camping to be an economical, and many times, a more adventurous and fun way, to experience Uruguay. Camping is especially popular in the summer months, when thousands of people flock to the coast. Many of the beach towns, such as Punta del Diablo, allow visitors to camp out in certain areas for a small fee, such as $5 a day. In fact, it is fairly common for beach bums and summertime employees from Uruguayan cities—along with other Argentine, Brazilian and foreign tourists—to camp out on the coast for weeks, or even months, at a time. It is also possible to hike from one tiny Uruguayan beach town to the next, so some travelers choose to hike and camp their way along the coast. Therefore, in Uruguay, camping can enhance your travel experience, while saving you money as well.
Those travelers looking to spend a week or more in a beach town on the Uruguayan coast should consider renting a cabaña. In high season, many landlords will only rent out cabañas by the month or for the entire summer, but if you ask around town a bit, you should be able to find a place to rent by the week. Especially if you are in a couple or group, staying in a cabaña ends up being less costly since you won’t be dishing out $18 or more on a bed per night, and you will get more privacy, your own kitchen, and many times, beautiful ocean views.

  • Shelton Hotel
    Located in the most privileged zone of the "Peninsula," only a few meters from Nogaró Casino and Gorlero Ave., between Mansa and Brava Beaches. Shelton Hotel is a place that will offer you everything you need to make your stay unforgettable.
  • Don Boutique Hotel
    For top-notch lodging in Ciudad Vieja, Don Boutique Hotel is the ultimate in modern luxury. This brand new hotel situated on the doorstep of emblematic Mercado del Puerto features a sleek black and white design with extremely comfortable accommodations, professional bilingual staff and a sophistica
  • Hostel Colonial
    Located on the main street, this family-owned hostel was opened in 2001 in a colonial building from 1880. Itâ??s clean and large, with 75 beds; doubles, triples and family rooms are available in addition to the dorms. True to its form, the building has a big courtyard in its center where breakfast
  • Hostel Español
    Hostel El Español can be found on a quiet tree-lined street close to both the bus and boat terminals, in a building dating back to 1892. With its large communal area, comfy couches, big TV and brightly painted courtyards with hammocks and a parrilla, this
  • Hostal Doña Dorita
    Hostal Doña Dorita is your best budget lodging option in town. Formerly a private residence, it now offers single and double rooms with private or shared baths, all of which are kept impeccably clean. It has a fully-equipped kitchen and dining area as well. Towels and linens are included in the pri
  • La Casona
    La Casona offers the most affordable accommodation in Nueva Palmira. As is typical in the region's small towns, this charming old house was renovated to offer guests singles and doubles with private bathrooms, air conditioning, and cable TV. The hospedaje is conveniently located just one bloc
  • Sur Hostel
    Sur Hostel opened its doors at the end of 2010 on a quiet street in the center of town. Everything in this hostel seems new and clean, including the kitchen, large communal areas, bathrooms and beds. There is also a distinct young vibe to the place; itâ??s owned by a couple of young friends. The cr
  • Cabo Polonio Hostel
    At the time of writing, being the only hostel in town that can be booked in advance online has led to this place becoming very popular with backpackers, and sadly a little over-priced. Situated on the beach, the hostel has comfortable six-person dorms with small battery-powered lights. It also has
  • Hostel Del Sur
    A large (for this town, anyway) white building with the word ‘hostel' sprawled onto its wall means that this place shouldn't prove too difficult to find. Located near Playa Sur, this is a great place to stay if you are serious about your surf, as the beach offers the best waves, and the hostel
  • Hostal Del Cabo
    Painted brightly in yellow and orange, Hostel del Cabo is in a great location on the beach and close to all local facilities. Its dorms are quite small but it makes up for this with its pleasant rooftop terrace, relaxing hammocks and friendly atmosphere. A decent breakfast is included, and it also
  • Hostel Lo De Marcelo
    The first accommodation option everyone sees when they jump off the truck, Lo De Marcelo is on the main plaza, making it an excellent base for restaurants and nightlife, as well as still being very close to the beach. Good priced dorms and doubles are available, and there is hot water but it is not
  • Posada La Cañada
    If you want to experience the peace, simplicity and darkness that this town all provided until recently (before it became such a popular visitor spot), then a stay at La Cañada could be for you. Situated to the far south of town, meaning it is beautifully isolated, this guesthouse offers dorms and
  • Apartment in Montevideo
    Rent a one-room, furnished apartment (per day, week or month) for three people in the centre of Montevideo, Uruguay. Close to the central bus station. View on the bay, private security. www.departamentouruguay.com.
  • Apart Hotel Bremen

    Bremen's Apartments are cozy and comfortable, though somewhat lacking in adequate natural light. The apart hotel is an excellent choice for those who need to be in the center, but don't want to stay in la Ciudad Vieja. The area is not very safe at night, but the owne

  • Pocitos Plaza Hotel
    Pocitos' top hotel doesn't make it into the realms of luxury found elsewhere in the city, but it still provides an excellent place to stay, and has the bonus of being by the beach. Rooms feature plasma TVs, while the hot and cold buffet breakfast includes plenty of fruit. The gym, sauna and solariu
  • Posada al Sur
    The hip digs here feel more like a giant, sub-divided loft apartment than an inn. Rooms at Posada al Sur are stylish and spacious. For those intending on staying longer than just a few days, Posada al Sur is the perfect balance between hostel and apartment, especially considering the discounts offe
  • Hotel Palacio
    Make yourself at home in the affordable, homey Hotel Palacio. The gregarious owner escorts you up the wrought iron elevator to your room, which has its own bathroom, tall windows and overhead fan (but no air conditioning), while bigger rooms on the fifth and sixth floors have a terrace. Hotel Palaci
  • NH Hotel
    Situated on the Rambla just across from the Plata River, this upscale establishment provides high-end service and rare oceanfront views. The affable bilingual staff welcomes you to this luxurious hotel ideal for the business traveler given its proximity to the financial center, free WiFi and numero
  • Marti Apart Hotel
    If Punta Trouville is full and you want a kitchenette, Marti Apart Hotel is the next best option. Its location is good, only a few blocks from the center of the beach and close to local eateries, and the rooms are spacious. There is a gym, sauna and solarium, and bathrooms have hydromassages. This
  • Punta Trouville Apartments And Suites
    Set in two locations only 50 meters (160 ft) apart, Punta Trouville is an excellent choice for families, visitors staying longer, or anyone who wants the option of self-catering. All of its rooms feature well-equipped kitchenettes with a single stove, microwave and refrigerator, but you nevertheles
  • Punta Trouville Apart Hotel
    Though it's called an apart hotel, accommodation options at Punta Trouville are rooms more so than apartments. That said, this place is comfy and clean. Each apartment has its own terrace and a kitchenette with hot-plate, microwave, and refrigerator, as well as wireless internet, cable
  • Europa
    Standard: beautiful and comfortable rooms with TV, air conditioning (heat-cold), complete bathroom with hair dryer, mini-bar and telephone. Superior: beautiful and big, terrace, color TV, air conditioning (heat-cold), complete bathroom, mini-bar and telephone. Triple: double matrimonial bed and a
  • Hotel Plaza Fuerte
    Hotel Plaza Fuerte is a beautiful colonial structure infused with modern accommodations. Rooms vary in price and type, from a standard room with private bath to a concept suite with LCD TV, modern bath and queen-sized bed. Nightly rates include parking, WiFi and breakfast. Hotel Plaza Fuente also m
  • Ermitage Hotel
    Popular with travelers and situated in a great location by Plaza Gomensoro, just a two minute walk from the beach, the Ermitage is a very good value hotel for the area. It also delivers one of the tastiest buffet breakfasts, serving eggs, sausages and a myriad of different breads. The rooms are com
  • Hostal Del Diablo
    Offering the loveliest building and the best pool of any budget location in town, Hostal del Diablo is an excellent find. Popular with guests of all ages wanting a peaceful stay at a great price, this attractive whitewashed colonial-style hostel and its grand courtyard make it feel more like a hote
  • Unplugged
    With nightly campfires in front of it in summer, this sociable sister hostel to the Montevideo favorite has been built on boardwalk over sand and features large dorms with comfortable bunks and secure lockers. Only a few minutes' walk from the beach, the hostel manages to be both lively and relaxed
  • Unplugged Hostel
    Set in a former recording studio, with some of the rooms still featuring sound-proof foam padding, Pocitos' best-value hostel has clean bathrooms, a decent breakfast and a lively bar. There are comfy common areas and a pleasant outside space, but new kitchen equipment is required. The choice of fou
  • Pocitos Hostel
    One of the nicest buildings on the street, the elegant wooden shutters and stone walls wouldn't tell you it was a hostel from the outside. Pocitos Hostel is bright and airy, with a sociable but relaxed atmosphere. The dorms are a good size, there is a large garden area with BBQ, and the breakfast i
  • Punto Berro Hostel
    On the other side of Pocitos, close to several bars, the smart white building and colorful patio furniture of Punto Berro are very welcoming. The dorms are a little cramped, but the hostel makes up for this with its stylish common areas of comfortable leather furniture, bright beanbags, and a huge
  • Arriba Hostel
    Arriba charges more than the other Pocitos hostels, despite having larger dorms, but it may be a price worth paying if you want the closest bed to the beach. Staffed by friendly owners, there is a modern but relaxed feel, with bright green walls in the common area and a small wooden bar. Bathrooms
  • Palermo ArtHostel
    The owners of Palermo ArtHostel seem to be banking on the fame of the hot Buenos Aires design neighborhood, Palermo, to reel tourists into their new hostel. Palermo, Montevideo, is not a bad place to stay but it's not quite the same as its counterpart on the other side of the river. Hostels in Ciud
  • Renting Cabañas
    If you would like to do as the Uruguayans do on vacation, you may want to stay in a rented cabaña, a small house. Facilities vary greatly, with some offering solar-powered hot water, a flushing toilet and electricity on a generator, while others are much simpler (and cheaper); all have a kitchen.
  • Montevideo Holiday Rentals
    Comfortably furnished apartment that's located in the most famous building in Montevideo- Palacio Salvo. The apartment has been fully renovated and remodeled from the hardwood floors to the 14-foot ceiling. It has been comfortably furnished in all living areas, including the bedrooms. Each bedroom
  • Montevideo Short-term Rentals
    This exquisite three-bedroom apartment is located on one of the best streets of Pocitos, just a few steps from the beach and Plaza Gomensoro, in one of the most pleasant and stylish precincts of Pocitos. The apartment is 80 square meters (861 sq ft) internally, plus a fantastic 20 square meters
  • Wera
    Located just 50 meters from the beach and 400 meters from the center of town, this rental is very quiet and safe. It is a house made of wood and brick, with an artistic design and an integrating naturalistic garden.

  • El Viajero: Ciudad Vieja
    Located on the Plaza de la Constitución in a 19th century building typical of the neighborhood, Ciudad Vieja Hostel exudes charm. The three-floor hostel is only a stone's throw away from nightlife and Montevideo's more interesting historic sights. The perks of staying here: free Spanish and tango
  • Posada Del Puerto
    Posada del Puerto puts you in a great location at rock bottom prices. Rooms range from shared common rooms to singles and doubles with private bathroom available. This hostel keeps it basic with amenities consisting of hot water, communal kitchen, Internet and TV. What this hostel lacks in modern c
  • La Casa De Las Boyas
    Appealing to those who want to experience the full ‘surf dude' lifestyle, as well as those who simply like a friendly atmosphere, La Casa de las Boyas is a great option. A minute's stroll from Playa del Rivero, if you can't make it that far you can always lay on the hostel's hammocks or chaise
  • Hostel El Indio
    The former beachfront home of prominent Uruguayan artist Jorge ‘Braun' Tarallo, well-known for his impressionist-constructivist landscapes and seascapes, walking up the sandy pathway to this hilltop retreat is half the fun of staying here. With some of the best views of any hostel, it offers s
  • Hostel Elida Elena
    A brilliant sea view from its cute terrace is the main selling point of Hostel Elida Elena, and it is also only a short stagger from the beach (literally, it seems, due to the night-time stumble down the steps through what seems like a small jungle). The place is nice and friendly, but a bit pricey
  • Manais Point Hostel
    Travelers love the laidback and rustic charm of Manais Point. Only a short walk over the dunes to Playa de la Viuda, this hostel in the quieter area of Punta del Diablo is a good option. It offers good-sized four-10 person dorms, as well as a private double in the snug attic, along with a fine kitc
  • Hostel De La Viuda
    The compromise of being a few blocks further from the nearest beach can be more than made up for with the extra amount of space you can lounge in, as Hostel de la Viuda demonstrates. With its own volleyball court, pool, BBQ area, and a huge shared kitchen and living room (complete with comfy sofas
  • El Diablo Tranquilo and El Diablo Tranquilo Playa Suites
    For many backpackers, El Diablo Tranquilo is synonymous with a stay in Punta del Diablo. Now comprising two nearby hostels, the original location was established in 2007 by an American expat and, being the first hostel in town, it knows what its guests need. Offering six- to 10-person mixed and fem
  • Red Hostel
    Red Hostel is set in a converted colonial house in the center of Montevideo, just around the corner from the Plaza Intendencia. It gets a little noisy, but most people don't come here to stay long. At one point, this was the only hostel in Montevideo. The owners decided to paint it red, hence the n
  • Planet Montevideo Hostel
    This new hostel has the best value doubles in town, as well as dorms and singles. The staff is helpful, it has a modern feel and it is kept looking clean. Bathrooms and the two kitchens are small, but there is a decent breakfast, a bar and a book exchange. Get a group together and it'll organize a
  • Che Lagarto Hostel
    The downsides of this hostel are its narrow, hard beds and some broken lockers, which is a shame as everything else about it makes it a great place to stay. In a fantastic location on Plaza Independencia, very close to the city's top nightlife, Che Lagarto has a popular bar that often features live
  • 1949 Hostel
    1949 Hostel, built—unsurprisingly—in 1949, originally served as the premises of Hotel Anglet. Founded by a Yugoslavian immigrant who ran it as a residence, the building is laden with history. Standing in stark contrast to the hotel's former use, rooms here now host backpackers looking to p
  • Ciudad Viajero Downtown Hostel
    In a beautiful yellow building, the newer of the HI El Viajero hostels is very clean and hosts an asado on Saturdays. The beds are comfortable, and you can relax in the lovely garden or lounge area. There is a good breakfast, a well-equipped kitchen, a sma
  • Hotel Libertador
    If ever there were a case of unappealing factors being trumped by the view and proximity to the beach, the Hotel Libertador might be it. Situated just across from the Playa Hermandad—a 100-meter stretch of beach with litter floating in the waves, but don't let that stop you—the lobby does
  • Hotel Plaza Fuerte
    Hotel Plaza Fuerte is a beautiful colonial structure with modern accommodations and infused with up-to-date touches. Rooms vary in price and type, from a standard room with private bath to a concept suite with LCD TV, modern bath and queen-sized bed. Nightl
  • Central Hotel
    Situated in a great spot by Plaza Colón and opposite the excellent La Rueda restaurant, the Central Hotel is another great value hotel in the center of town, and has helpful staff. Comfortable single, double or triple rooms are available, all with bathroom, cable TV and air conditioning. A contine
  • Tacuarembó Hotel
    You'll realize that the priciest hotel in the center of town actually offers fantastic value once you see its large outdoor pool. The service is professional and friendly, a tasty continental breakfast is included, and the good-sized rooms for one to five people come complete with minibar, cable TV
  • Hotel Carlos Gardel
    If money isn't a concern and you have your own transport, there is nowhere else to stay except Carlos Gardel, situated three kilometers (1.9 mi) south of town on the Ruta 5. The “Gardel-themed”, antique-style furnishings are beautiful, and the outside features a pool and a wooden playgro

  • Estancia Panagea
    (cel. 0998-36149, panagea@adinet.com.uy, http://panagea-uruguay.blogspot.com.uy)

    If you're looking for an authentic estancia near Tacuarembó, this is it. An hour north of town, Susanne and Juan
  • Hotel Del Prado
    In 1886, one of the first breweries in the country became the Hotel del Prado. In the 1950s, it was turned over to a religious congregation, whose chapel is still open on the ground floor - something you'd never expect in a hotel. The current proprietors have run the hotel for over three decades an
  • Hotel Nirvana
    Whether you're seeking nirvana or just a beautiful relaxing environment, this famous hotel is a safe bet. Since opening its doors in the early 1940s, it has been, for many, the only reason for visiting the area. Hotel Nirvana is certainly a haven in its own right, set within 25 hectares (61.8 ac) of
  • Hotel Centro
    The family-run Hotel Centro is small but certainly accommodating. Its nine rooms have private bathrooms and are equipped with cable TV, fans and radiators. All of the rooms face an inner courtyard-the hotel's best feature, which guarantees a good dose of fresh air in the summer, but also plenty of
  • Mi Pueblo
    Directly across from the Uruguay River, Mi Pueblo has an unbeatable location. Guests staying in the rooms with river views will have front row seats to the town's main event: the glorious sunset on the shimmering water. Mi Pueblo is very new, with modern, trendy décor and most of the amenities you
  • Posada Santa Maradona
    Probably the most bohemian-style place to stay in town, Santa Maradona is located in a peaceful spot on Playa Sur. Its simple facilities include two mattress-only doubles, plus a shared room with single mattresses in the attic (up the ladder), a small shared kitchen, and a shower-head into which yo
  • Alojamiento El Zorro
    A good mid-priced option in the heart of town, El Zorro offers clean doubles with private bathroom and hot water. Breakfast is not included and there isn't a kitchen, but being so close to the plaza and all its eateries, this shouldn't prove a problem. Just past Joselo's bar, and therefore also in
  • Hospedaje El Progreso
    A bit closer to the center, and with the benefit of access to a shared kitchen, El Progreso is another basic but clean find. It also charges per person, but has rooms with one to six firm beds so this could be good for families or large groups. Bathrooms are shared with other rooms, but there are p
  • Pensión Su Casa
    If you want to be closer to the north of town, near the main plaza and museums, this is your best budget find. The bedrooms are clean with two reasonable beds and a small TV, while bathrooms are shared and there is a communal kitchen. Prices are per person, even if a single traveler has a room to t
  • Pensión Bertíz
    The most central hospedaje offers no more than its rivals for the extra price it charges, other than its excellent location and being the only one with an actual reception desk. It is simple and clean, the beds are acceptable, and you can opt for a room with or without a private bathroom. The staff
  • Cabañas Sepé
    If you want to stay in the peaceful Balneario Iporá but prefer the comfort that a tent cannot provide, these cabañas offer great value, especially during the week. Cabins are available for two to seven people, each with two bedrooms, and come with a full
  • Hospedaje
    If you just want the cheapest bed in town, this is it. Rooms have two beds and a clean bathroom, which is a good deal compared to others. Beds are narrow but reasonable, and the location is quite far down, opposite the hospital. Price is per person, so a single traveler doesn't need to pay for the
  • Camping Balneario Iporá
    For a blissful summer camping experience near the pool, and only two minutes from the lake, pitch your tent at the site in Balneario Iporá. The area is flat and shady, with some pitches in the wood itself, and every pitch has its own grill area with electricity access. Bathrooms are clean, though
  • La Posada
    This excellent guesthouse is well-run by its helpful, friendly owners. It is in a great location close to the plaza, just past the Feria Artesanal, and is handy for nearby restaurants, the lighthouse and both beaches. Possibly the cleanest place in town, it offers doubles and rooms with up to four

  • Camping Summary
    As it is a national park, camping is not allowed in Cabo Polonio. However, if you want to camp, there are several nearby options that are within walking distance, or else you can take a bus. Ask at the tourist office by the park entrance about the best op

  • Nuevo Hotel Ciudadela
    Nuevo Hotel Ciudadela is located on a quiet tree-lined street close to the old part of town in a newly refurbished three-story building. The rooms are clean, the beds are comfortable, and the staff is friendly. There is cable TV and free WiFi throughout, and breakfast is included in the price. Next
  • Posada Casa Los Pinos
    This old-fashioned posada is just off the main street and only a block away from the old historical part of town. It has eight rooms (double to five bed), all en-suite with air conditioning, cable TV and free WiFi. There is a little cafeteria on the ground floor next to the lobby and some seating ou
  • Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel
    Dominating the north side of Plaza Independencia, the grand Radisson Hotel welcomes you with its enormous spacious lobby and smart staff. The rooms are comfortable with every amenity, and the hotel features an excellent international restaurant with panoramic views, a bar and a casino. A full buffe
  • Las Dunas, Hotel & Spa de Mar
    Las Dunas, Hotel & Spa de Mar is a great beachfront hotel in La Barra. There is a pool, beach access and a spa. Great views and location for $150-$190 a night.
  • Conrad Hotel and Casino
    Conrad Hotel and Casino is a large hotel and is part of the Hilton chain. It has a huge 24-hour casino, in Playa Mansa.
  • Hotel San Marcos
    A nice, comfortable three-star hotel with indoor and outdoor pools, in the exclusive San Rafael neighborhood.
  • Four Points By Sheraton Hotel
    The Sheraton's hotel in El Centro is exceptionally modern, with a laptop suite in the lobby, a stylish bar and restaurant, and very spacious rooms. The 10th floor has a gym and pool with an excellent view of the bay, and you can also treat yourself to a massage or sauna. Families can opt for connec
  • Crystal Palace Hotel
    Situated at the heart of Avenida 18 de Julio, the spacious lobby of this award-winning hotel includes a unique glass water feature. Rooms are available from standard to executive suites, all with a plasma TV. Service is friendly, there is a great bar, and the price includes parking, though the brea
  • Richmond Hotel
    The best of the budget hotels in the area, the Richmond is also well-located, only one block from Plaza Fabini. Rooms are looked after with care, though the beds are quite hard and on the smaller side, but the en-suite bathrooms include surprisingly elegant washbasins. Doubles, twins and family roo

  • Hotel Klee
    Popular with travelers, Hotel Klee has 59 spotless rooms, including singles, wide doubles and lovely suites, some with Jacuzzi. The calm lobby features a replica Greek sculpture, while the elegant bar is a great place for a relaxing drink. With the Mercado de la Abundancia and Joventango just over
  • Oxford Hotel
    The bubbly reception staff at the Oxford Hotel will do all it can to ensure that your stay here is a good one. A good choice for small families, rooms are very pleasant, with some featuring both a double bed and a single tucked behind a partition wall. A baby sitting service and medical coverage ar
  • Best Western La Foret
    Best Western La Foret was inaugurated in the year 2000. It is near downtown and so has a good location. The hotel is comfortable and clean.
  • Club Hotel Casa Pueblo
    Casa Pueblo, located on the shores of Punta Ballena in Punta del Este, is a destination unto itself. A project of the Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilaró, Casa Pueblo is unparalleled in Uruguay, and even, some might say, in all of South America. Intended to be a â??living sculpture,â? the hotel
  • El Viajero B&b
    El Viajero B&B faces the peaceful Río de la Plata, and is thus able to provide some of its guests with a truly striking view. The hotel has 14 rooms; four of these are premium rooms with balconies that overlook the river. The remaining standard rooms face a lovely, serene central courtyard. El Viaj
  • El Capullo
    At El Capullo, that's exactly how guests feel - as if they're ensconced in a safe, warm and soft cocoon. The late 19th century building was renovated and decorated with elegant yet simple charm. It has 13 rooms - four of these are on the ground floor and despite having no windows, the double doors
  • Posada Del Virrey
    The Posada del Virrey is a stunning colonial mansion that dates back to 1880. The building still bears the original tile floors and decorative ceramic tiles or azulejos. Its 12 rooms possess a distinctive colonial feel with antique furniture and some with t
  • Don Antonio Posada
    Housed in a building from 1860, Don Antonio Posada was originally a posada. The hotel provides just the right touch of colonial warmth, combined with modern comfort and amenities. Its 38 rooms include singles, doubles, and triples in four different categories. Its quality furnishings and decór exu
  • El Viajero Hostel
    Popular among backpackers, El Viajero Colonia Hostel is one of the best options for budget accommodation. Conveniently located only a couple of blocks from the Historic Quarter, the hostel offers four-, six- and eight-bed mixed dorms, as well as one all female four-bed dorm. Four private rooms are
  • Posada del Bosque
    The Posada del Bosque is a quiet place to rest and enjoy your stay in Colonia. The Inn offers ten rooms with private bathrooms, cable TV, air conditioning, wireless internet access, and continental breakfast.
  • Nativos
    In a stunningly peaceful natural setting, where night-time allows only the sounds of wildlife (the developers clearly didn't go for the usual option of chopping down every tree in sight), Nativos is a beautiful place to stay with an ocean view to match. Offering a range of accommodation, from spaci
  • La Viuda Del Diablo
    For a small piece of luxury by the dunes of Playa de la Viuda, the quieter end of town, Posada La Viuda del Diablo is the best choice. Each of its spacious double rooms has a huge bed, minibar and separate shower room, plus a private Jacuzzi and beach-facing chaise longue. A delicious breakfast, in
  • Aquarella
    Hotel Aquarella is a smart hotel offering a very professional service, which is somewhat unusual around here. You can opt for a double or four-person suite, or if you had been considering renting a cabaña then you can get the best of both worlds by staying in one of the apartment rooms, furnished
  • Hosteria La Perla Del Cabo
    Although far from luxury, La Perla is the top place to stay in town for comfort, space and privacy. It has doubles and triples, all with private bathroom, and the option of an ocean view for those willing to pay a little more. Professionally run and kept perfectly clean, it also has its own excelle
  • Hotel Mariemar
    Although not quite as comfortable as La Perla del Cabo, many visitors prefer MarieMar for its more homely and welcoming feel. This hotel has well-looked after doubles and triples over two floors, all of which have a sea-facing view, while its pleasant restaurant serves a good buffet breakfast. A co