Carmar Club Resort Hotel

Address: Parada 5 1/2 La Brava, Punta del Este, Uruguay | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Parada 5 1/2 La Brava, Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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Travel Blogs from Punta del Este

The Miami of Uruguay

A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Mar 24, 2015

3 comments, 20 photos

... So we know we must be really lucky since we haven't had to use them. We took a guided bus tour around the town. When you stand in the middle of town, you can see the Atlantic Ocean on one end of the street and the Plate River on the other end. The beaches on the ocean side are beautiful with very fine sand. The beaches on the river side are quite rocky. There is surfing on the ocean side, waves not quite like those in Hawaii though. The locals ...

Sadly, not able to tender ashore ....

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Dec 03, 2014

There was an one-hour time change last night and we had to advance the clock by one hour. We did not get to bed till after 1am (new time) and got up at 7 this morning, hoping to get on the first tender on shore. We were the first ones in line to get the tender tickets. But after sitting there for 10 minutes, the captain made the announcement that, because of the rough sea condition, we could not safely tender ashore :-( There went ...

U-R-Expensive and BA

A travel blog entry by emandscotty on Dec 30, 2013

62 photos

... still looking for reports as to how many hands, faces were burnt! It was pretty cool being so close though. We rode bikes to another town that was much more Noosa-esqu and realised we should have stayed there. Oh well. We're not sure why Uruguay is so expensive. I think it is due to the tourism period only being a couple of months so they make the most of it. The country is infiltrated with Brazilians and Argentinians, the former looking for somewhere safer ...

Goodbye Brasil and hello Uruguay

A travel blog entry by siyaya on Feb 28, 2013

4 comments, 10 photos

... by S.American standards and the interior seems to be rolling hills with lots of agriculture. In the west, on the border with Argentina, there are thermal springs which we will visit, and a town called Fray Bentos! (It was a meat extract producing place!) Pity that our Fray Bentos is now called Oxo!!! Our first stop, quite close to the border was a campsite in a park called "Parque Nacional de Santa Teresa". It is a huge park area on the sea with lots of ...

A quick look at Uruguay, Buenos Aires, then home

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 03, 2011

107 photos

... free, but can only be accessed in the flash lounge or bar down at reception.

As the day was still relatively young we head across the 4-lane cornice road to the beach front, walking through the restaurant complex vaguely associated with our hotel to the beach where we can have free umbrellas and lounges. Enquiries find where we get these, but the water is pretty chilly, and we have things to see, so we walk the beach, with the water gradually ...

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