Posada Arenas de Jose Ignacio

Address: Calle la Farola a 150 m de ruta 10 km 185, Jose Ignacio, 20402, Uruguay | Hotel
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The unique architecture of the Posada Arenas de Jose Ignacio juxtaposes clean, modern lines against rustic wood details. Watch the sunset over the nearby Laguna Garzon or visit the magnificent Uruguay beaches earlier in the day to surf or sunbathe. Visitors appreciate the modern bathrooms, complete with glass-enclosed showers, and the willingness of the staff to make guests feel at home. Sliding glass doors open to private outdoor spaces outside every guest room, and the crash of nearby waves lulls guests to sleep at night. The spare furnishings in the guest rooms make them feel spacious and welcoming after a long day outdoors.


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This hotel is located on Calle la Farola a 150 m de ruta 10 km 185, Jose Ignacio.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Multilingual staff
          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Arenas de Jose Ignacio

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          Travel Blogs from Jose Ignacio

          Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

          A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

          2 comments, 14 photos

          ... years old, half blind, rotting fur and a back right leg that just dragged along behind him as he stumbled around like a grumpy old man barking angrily at the other two having fun). When we reached Cerro Verde, we were split into twos, which were unfortunately me and Fanie, and Snellers and Alan, and turtle watch began. We had these data sheets, and had to sit and watch the sea for turtle heads coming up for it, for ten minutes with five minute breaks in between. This went on for THREE ...

          A quick look at Uruguay, Buenos Aires, then home

          A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Mar 03, 2011

          107 photos

          ... tolerable, getting far too much information on the state of physical deterioration of the average tourist (no jet-setter beautiful people here), then cut into the town proper, looking for suitable food. The recommended deli doesn’t appeal, and the recommended La Fonda del Pesca looks OK for a meal but not a snack, so we revert to plan B and go looking for Maccas, which has advertisements, but no directions. Enquiries produce a result, and we settle for ...

          A cultural learning experience

          A travel blog entry by james_and_robin on Jan 20, 2011

          5 photos

          ... Suddenly it was 9pm…9.30pm, and still no sign. In our minds, they were now an hour and a half late and still no show and we were very hungry by this point. A conscious decision was made that maybe, they were not going to come so we set the table for two and got underway with the feast we had made. If anything, we now had lots of leftover or uneaten food for lunch the next day. As we finished our plates, and having eaten an extra half a breast of chicken ...

          What sound does a dog make? WWOOF!!!

          A travel blog entry by jnderge on Dec 26, 2010

          1 comment

          ... morning after that were the same; dinner very late, and milking very early. we'd wake up, and sure enough, squeeze the milk out of cow teets, and after that? we ate breakfast with freshly squeezed cow teet milk, and cow teet cheese! mmmm, cant get more fresh than that.I personally had a hard time drinking the milk, sense i saw what came out of those teets...

          Other than milking, we did various things from sun up till sun down, such as washing dishes, cleaning guests ...

          We're not grumpy anymore,

          A travel blog entry by doylefamily on Jun 11, 2010

          ... for british Harry Potter. We didn't find it but pat did find a book bout a guy who explored Antarctica.

          We wandered around Dingle a bit, in and out of shops. We didn't buy anything else, saw really cute salt and ppper shakers made in the shapes of wellies.

          Among other photos, we also took updated pic of Nora on the Fungi the dolphin statue. She took her first one in a Barbie rain jacket at age 4.

          Then, we got in the car ...