Awa Boutique and Design Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAwa Boutique and Design Hotel Punta del Este
A beautiful boutique hotel in the design district of Punte del Esta. Quiet,organised and attentive it has all the facilities you would expect with a professional friendly staff,great breakfast.
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Was good to see a thriving fishing port cheek by jowl with the posh yachts tied up on adjacent pontoons. Enjoyed a wet walk along the malecon back to the hostel as the rain came down.
Time to shop and marinate my fresh fish before heading out for the sunset, during a brief break in the weather. Had to fight for a spot as seems like a common pastime, with groups setting up deckchairs and sipping their ...
... option, still pretty good value. It was a good lunch, putting faces to names on the Ziners site. After we traced our path back along Las Heras, looking for some toy penguins for the granddaughters. They were everywhere in Ushuaia, but we thought we’d wait till later to buy them, but now can’t find any. Check out the shop at the Zoo, but no luck. Later walked back along the main street, and at last location found two good-sized king penguins, ...
... skills. John and I utilised this efficiently and we all went back to Punta Del Este, where the beach was much better (there were actually people there unlike Bikini). Also present was a massive statue of some fingers poking out of the stand. In some ways this reminded me of a much weaker version of the "foot" statue in lost. Obviously a beach tourist ītrapī but it worked with us and we all got snappy happy, especially Whit with her huge camera.
... Atlantic, so one side is protected from the strength of the ocean, and the other side faces the full onslaught of the waves, this side is called the "playa brava", here the waves are extremly strong therefore it is a mecca for surfers. In fact the 3 owners of the first hostel we stayed at were all surfers, who spend half of the year in Punta del Este and the other half in the Basque Country in Spain, where they have another hostel. ...
So I am now in Punta del Este which is about a 2 hour bus ride to the east of Montevideo. I got here yesterday and the weather was absolute ****. Cloudy with some rain, cold and extremely windy. The weather and my hangover made for a bit of a gray day. I went out with two guys from the hostel the night before. We were supposed to go to this one spot for just a beer. The spot was like a 7Eleven but with tables that you could sit ...