Club Hotel Casapueblo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Hotel Casapueblo Punta del Este
Stayed for one night at this beautiful hotel. The style and structure of the building was very unique. The view of the natural environment was magnificent. Watching the sunset was fabulous. It was very clean and spacious. The room had a kitchenette and separate bedroom. Our two boys slept on the sofas in the living area, which converted to single beds. Although the staff at the hotel was very friendly and courteous, it was extremely onerous to actually make the reservation - a lot of red tape and hoops to jump through, which was somewhat frustrating. The price was at the high end of our budget, but it was worth it for this one-of-a-kind experience.
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... 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 ...
... has become a very successful enterprise.The addition of making it a tourist attraction too was a good way in creating word of mouth advertising for the estate and the fact they have entered into it with the same meticulous detail that they have dedicated to the produce of the estate is a testament to how a good business should be run.
The most enjoyable part of the experience is the tasting of the oils and this introduced some fun and relaxation into the visit as Lorena ...
... so much so that we had no choice but 1st class. This was right at the stern, across the full width, and included aircraft style seating and tables with padded chairs, which we settled for as somewhere more convenient for drinking our complimentary champagne. The windows were fairly aged and sun crazed, but we managed a few photos through the clearer sections.
Departure was from the Darsena Norte, north of the lock-controlled inner harbours which ...
... the many lizards that lazed about in the sun. Whilst the possibility of snake and spider bites had crossed our mind, the path that took us down to the falls was lush and green. We spent two hours taking pictures with the falls, which looked incredible.
We were not prepared however, for the Argentinian side! We thought what Brazil had to offer was good...this was really something else! The might of the falls was ...
... even estate agents were open, it was just like any other day and no one hardly took any notice of it. After a couple of days we were a bit fed up with the expensive prices of Punta, so having heard of Punta del diablo, we planned to set off for there looking for a quieter experience, away from all the high rise blocks, we did not even manage to really enjoy any of Punta's supposedly famous nightlife, oh well...theres always next ...