Unplugged Hostel Pocitos

Address: Luis de la Torre 930, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 5 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Pocitos, Parque Rodó, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnplugged Hostel Pocitos Montevideo

Reviewed by stones_luce

'Unplugged' meant no life in this case

Reviewed May 9, 2011
by (16 reviews) Spennymoor , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

We were really pleased with how good a deal we got with this place. It was so cheap (cheapest in South America so far!). However, when we were there there was no life to it. Very few other people staying here, a fairly quiet part of the city and just a bit dull all round.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Unplugged Hostel Pocitos Montevideo

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Arrival in Montevideo

A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Nov 16, 2014

... The hostel is very nice - high ceilings, nice furniture and decoration, and also has a rooftop area. It is run by two Irish brothers (Sean and Brendon) and a Uruguayan woman, Maria. It was too early to check in so I left my bag and managed to withdraw some money. I walked down to the seafront and sat for a while and saw Shaun and his dog, Mono, on the small beach there. I walked downtown and had a coffee then say in one of the plazas for a while. ...

Hello Uruguay!

A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Apr 15, 2014

... was a schnapps mixed with honey. The walking tours are getting better :-) In the afternoon, we went a rodeo show and watched Gauchos in a show. I didn't agree with how they treated the horses for some of their stunts, winding them up so when set loose the buck the rider around whose aim is to stay on for as long as possible. The horses often got their revenge by falling on the rider so there was some justice in that. The best thing about the show was ...

Sea days and city

A travel blog entry by susieandgray on Feb 16, 2014

21 photos

... was extended to all, which was indeed a sight to behold. The tables were beautifully decorated and groaning with tasty morsels for entrées and desserts, the vast selection of main courses we then found in the galley (kitchen!). The chefs had clearly surpassed themselves and must have been up since before petrels!!!

A leisurely afternoon followed, chatting with friends and much later we dined outside on the patio, where we could have ...

Cider in the eyes stings like a *****

A travel blog entry by danarol on Jan 08, 2014

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... excitement. Well as it turned out me, Stacey, and Sam did, meanwhile Caz made her best attempt at drinking the jug of caipirinha which had about three quarters of a bottle of cachaca in it which is 40% proof alcohol. After awaking from our the siesta we noticed Caz was fully in the swing of new year and it was only 5pm'ish - exact times are hard to remember. The rest of the evening for us involved continuing to drink and wait for the clock to strike 12 and the fireworks to start. ...


A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Aug 28, 2013

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... we didn't meet up but it was a nice little confidence booster. Florencia took me for a drive along the full stretch of the Rambla where we met Gaby and sat watching the sun go down on the sea wall alongside hundreds of locals all drinking Maté and Beers. It was a stunning panorama and good of them to take me there. I had an awful night slight due to a random fat Brazilian guy choking and snoring all night so in a bad mood I decided to book a flight to Asuncion and skip ...