Sheraton Montevideo Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Montevideo Hotel
Muy bien ubicado para disfrutar la ciudad y trabajar.
La habitacion impecable, asi como la atencion del staff.
Un poco flojo el desayuno para el nivel del hotel.
Esta bueno que tenga salida directa al Shopping Mall.
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