Hotel Presidente

18 de Julio 1038, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Uruguay: cute towns, colonial buildings, Carnival

A travel blog entry by kiri-ana


... of the museums there. We spent about 5 hours in the charming town doing all of the above, before moving on to Montevideo.

We had only intended to stay in Montevideo for 2 nights (one and a half days) before moving east to the small towns along the coast which supposedly have amazing beaches and are less touristy than other parts of South America. Unfortunately the weather forecast looked pretty grim, with storms predicted every ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... order to protect their savings. This meant the boat company could charge a fortune for the one hour voyage, the banks in Colonial could charge a fortune for the transaction fee and anyone stuck in the middle would get raped. We were in the middle.

We arrived in Colonial to our dodgy accommodation in the middle of a heat wave. Patagonian weather was so ...

On To Uruguay

A travel blog entry by dyer0930

... leave it at the curb and take the keys in to the desk). We checked in, found the Copa Club, hung out, then headed to our gate. While we were walking from the club to the gate, it started to storm pretty hard.

We boarded the plane late, as per Copa's standard procedure (at least it seems that way), and settled into our upgraded seats. After everyone had boarded, they came on and announced that they suspected the plane had ...

Uruguay's Big City

A travel blog entry by chrisfox93


... of flags and guns and paintings of generals in particular Uruguay's national hero Allende. Being a rather new country having been given independence in 1830 a massive focus of its history was militaristic. I also visited the museo de gaucho and de la moneda. Another feature of Uruguayan national pride and state of of mind is the reverence for the gaucho - or cowboy - on the plains living in the saddle and herding cattle for a living. This is a romantic notion which ...

Baked Potatoes

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster


... pretentious, it’s big enough to get away from passengers for the day and there are plenty of nice clothes stores and restaurants and cafes to hang out in. The architecture of the city is also very interesting. There’s a wonderful colonial feel to the old parts of the city where we dock, but further downtown, it sprawls out into a big, typically South American modern city.

Much like Buenos Aires, which I love, there’s plenty to see and do. Today, I went to the ...


This hotel, located in the Centro Comunal Zonal 2 area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Parque Rodó, Museo Torres Garcia, and Auditorio del Sodre.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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