The hotel company Sofitel decided to restore an ancient palace in the Uruguayan Capital to turn it into Sofitel Montevideo Casino Carrasco and Spa, combining the brand's elegant French style and sophistication with the reminiscence of the 20th century Montevideo.
The hotel features a Spa, a Casino, a French-cuisine restaurant, a bar, a library, and a Café. Its 93 rooms and 23 suites are equipped with the latest technology and delicate 5-star amenities to ensure guests a pleasant and luxurious stay.
Alma Historica Boutique Hotel
4.5 hotel in Montevideo, Uruguay
Alma Historica Boutique Hotel embraces Uruguayan culture and the sophistication of 19th century Montevideo to offer a unique and luxury experience. Each of the 15 rooms divided into Standard, Superior, and Suites, feature a decoration inspired by a remarkable national figure, such as writer and politician Horacio Quiroga, poetess Susana Soca, and tango singer Carlos Gardel.
Guests can enjoy their favorite book at the library, sip on a cup of coffee or a glass of local wine at the Lounge Bar, or simply relax at their rooms taking in the quaint Zapata Square. Another facility of this eco-friendly hotel is its terrace, offering alluring views of the city from a its comfortable deck chair, a massage room, and a jacuzzi.
My Suites Boutique Hotel
4 hotel in Montevideo, Uruguay
The only wine-themed hotel in Montevideo, My Suites Boutique Hotel & Wine Bar features a Wine Bar where guests can enjoy the world-famous Uruguayan wines, and all of its floors are named after a local winery.
Located 2 blocks from Pocitos Beach, the hotel counts with a garden with a heated swimming pool, a fitness center, and a restaurant.
The 40 specious and exclusive suites are equipped with the latest technology and carefully-selected furniture to ensure a comfortable stay. They have a modern design, and each of them features an original painting made by Uruguayan artists.
Wine tasting activities and visit to the wineries are available.
Hotel Esplendor Cervantes
3 hotel in Montevideo, Uruguay
Located in the heart of Montevideo's new Arts District, Esplendor Hotel Montevideo combines the original architecture of a 1920s Cervantes Hotel with an avant-garde style interior. The walls are decorated with paintings by local artists to show the artistic legacy of Uruguay.
Many important literature authors stayed on its rooms, including Argentina's Julio Cortázar, who wrote the short story 'La Puerta Condenada' (The Condemned Door) inspired by a room in the old hotel. Guests can make use of the spa and the heated swimming pool. In addition, the old Cervantes theater, stage of the main cultural events in the city, has been renovated as an exclusive events hall.