Colonia Suite

Address: Gral Lavalleja 169, Colonia del Sacramento, 70000, Uruguay | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Gral Lavalleja 169, Colonia del Sacramento, is near Barrio Historico, Colonia lighthouse, Puerta de la Ciudadela, and Avenida General Flores.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsColonia Suite Colonia del Sacramento

      Reviewed by ricf964

      Good location, beautiful property

      Reviewed Nov 28, 2012
      by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

      Property is centrally located between the port and old town Colonia. There is only a small sign in the door and you can easily do what we did; stand across the street and not see it. My only critiscism of the place is that they need a bigger sign to designate its location.

      The room that we had was almost the entire top floor, very quaint, charming and rustic. The breakfast in the morning was well prepared with coffee, warm milk, breads, meats, cheeses, and pastry.

      After seeing the room and the property we wished we had booked two nights intead of one...HIGHLY Recommended!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Colonia Suite Colonia del Sacramento

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Colonia del Sacramento

      Tranquilo!

      A travel blog entry by the5wynns on May 13, 2014

      6 photos

      ... stroll along the narrow cobblestone streets of Colonia's Barrio Histórico with my family. Its historic neighborhood is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and thus is preserved in its colonial style as it had been under the rule of the Portuguese and later the Spanish. The picturesque section of the city, sitting within a small peninsula that juts out into the river, is filled with interesting little gift shops and cafés interspersed among ...

      One night in Uruguay

      A travel blog entry by mel_chris on Feb 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... credit card. That wasn't the end of the world, but it also meant we had about 1200 Uruguayan pesos cash left (NZ$60), so we set out to spend them at a very nice wine and cheese bar down a small side street.

      Next day it was back to BA having knocked off another country, albeit only for 24 hours. We were on the morning ferry to get back in time to catch our afternoon overnight bus to Puerto de Iguazu, right up on the border with ...

      Uruguay - Colonia del Sacramento

      A travel blog entry by david_irina on Nov 15, 2013

      4 photos

      ... by the Rio-del-Plata river but there are many differences between these 2 countries. Uruguay is a very small country with well-developed infrastructure. People are more calm and reliant there. We stayed in Colonia del Sacramento - a tiny town where you can have a rest from a big city. We lived in a hostel with young people that travel in South America. In the Saturday night they arranged a B&B dinner with music and dances, and we joined them. It was a real ...

      Back On Atlantic Shores

      A travel blog entry by cladd on Jul 11, 2013

      6 photos

      ... of sides and desserts, it wasn't long before we were utterly stuffed, and we sat back with very full stomachs to enjoy the (also included) after-dinner music-and-dance show. While Carlo was a little disappointed that we were completely in the wrong part of the country to hear samba and bossa nova, he was nevertheless delighted with this serving of local music. Porto Alegre is known as Brazil's capital gaścha for the gaśchos (cowboys) that historically worked in the area and ...

      Hablas Espanol?

      A travel blog entry by kateweisberg on Apr 07, 2013

      3 comments, 84 photos

      ... words. My spanish teacher, Carlos, was really nice and has a striking resemblance to Che Guevara. He refused to speak English with me even for one minute no matter how much I begged. It's tough love down here. Maybe that is just what my smart-ass needs right now. If I would have told my 16 year old self in Senora Gelman's high school spanish class that I would be living in Argentina and studying spanish for 5 hours a day 10 years later, I would have ...