Four Seasons Resort Carmelo
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he City of Nueva Palmira was founded on October 26,
1831 by Felipe Santiago Torres Leiva and is one of the most prosperous
cities in the Department of Colonia. Its main activities revolve around
its port, its fruit cold-store chamber and, of course, its agricultural
production.Its present population does not exceed 10 thousand
inhabitants, but more and more people are fleeing the large cities and
searching for their place in ...
... passengers across the RIO DE LA PLATA to ARGENTINA. A bridge joins the north part of the city with its small southern part,
where another port along the southern banks of the river accommodates
private boats and the Yacht Club Carmelo. In the same part, along the
coast there is beach Playa Seré, a park, a small zoological garden and a
... not get in, and then to the town of Nuevo Palmira. Here we were able to get parked at Camping Nautico and expect to stay for a few days(S188.8.131.52 W58.25.05.330.
9th - It is a nice little town, not much to see or do, but very pleasant all the same. We are parked right next door to a small marina, in fact the electric and water supply is usually used by the boats. We will stay for a few days, mainly just watching the boats come and go and see ...
... the park after our month there, and go see the supposedly amazing salt flats!! Cool!! So u see folks, swings and roundabouts...every cloud...u get the point.. Yesterday the story goes we went walking to La Boca, just before dusk, (great idea. not) the barrios around >Boca r sooo, dodge, however we arrived safely, and man talk about diverse, from the ghetto, to the vibrant resturants and markets that dot the main strip of Boca, Skilled couples dance in ...
... it was still daylight... Common sense would have said to stroll up the delta(river)bank but we chose the dusty road. A few blocks up it just felt all wrong so we started to the right. Eventually we realised that there was a tarred road ma few block over and we headed and round the corner found a hotel. Thank godness for that!!! We even got the presidential suite. Not sure whose president would appreciate it though???? At the very least ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Resort Carmelo
We fully enjoyed the hotel and its amenities. There were a couple of blips with the concierge department in terms of mis-scheduling activities, but other than that, we loved the place.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Resort Carmelo
Our vacations almost always involve urban escapes focused on museums, cultural events, shopping and dining. The Four Seasons name and the beautiful pictures of their resort in Carmelo swayed us this time, however, and we booked a three-night stay. What a great idea. We had a wonderful time and learned that resort vacations can be just as interesting, educational and fun as urban escapes.
A little slice of heaven
This is a wonderful resort in a marvelous setting..the service is top shelf..friendly, courteous,CARING people from the grounds keepers through front desk mngr...great golf experience,make sure you save some time to swap stories with Brian,
the pro...we live on the other side of the world but we'll be back...almost hate to share the joy ,want to make sure it stays the same... Ron Con on Kauai
What a vacation!! We could not reasonably have expected better service, food, or personalized attention. I am relucant to endorse too enthusiatically, since I'd prefer to keep this spot (relatively) private. If you go, you won't regret it...
Four Seasons Gem
Great stay, incredible service, and perfect weather (best tan of my life!) We had a bungalow which seemed much nicer than the duplex suites. You probably can't go wrong with either room category. This resort is relatively unknown and it cost very little for what you get, so go now before it becomes a hot property and the rates go up.
Best Four Seasons in the World!
This was the best Four Seasons I have ever been to. And I got married at the Four Seasons in Hualalai. The staff were super friendly. The spa was good, not great. Although they were building the indoor pool while we were there. We went horseback riding along the beach. It was amazing. The set up is incredible. Only 44 rooms. The restaurants were good and cheap! We are going back!
Phenomenal service, architecture, rooms, food, spa! We were greated by name when we arrived, and treated to a glass of fresh squeezed lemonade. Every where we went, every employee knew us by name - felt like we were at home! You ask for it, and they deliver. We arrived before a busy three day weekend and had the place to ourselves. A few days later they were completely full, but the property is developed in a way that it did not seem significantly different from when they had just a few guests. We adored our waiter (Manuel!) and sat in his section for every meal. The manager, Richard, joined us while we were having afternoon cocktails. The personal touches throughout our stay provided lasting impressions - would love to go back!
Never been treated better
We were greeted upon arrival at the hotel by the manager and by his head of food and beverage. Everyone knew our names throughout our stay. It was the best and most personal service that we have ever experienced even compared to the 10 or so other 4 Seasons where we have stayed. Our room was very spacious and comfortable. The golf course is a gem and a bargin at $75 per round. Highly recommended.
Usually I don't write reviews, despite being an avid reader of them, but after visiting Four Seasons resort in Carmelo, Uruguay, I felt compelled to share my experiences there.
A very small scale and relaxing resort in Uruguay's countryside. Located in a pristine pine forest on a river, the resort feels very remote, the spa and golf course are excellent and the main house is a stunning Balinese type lodge. Take a few of your favorite books and you can easily spend days unwinding here. If you are looking for a busy resort with lots of activities, this isn't it. But when you're here, you start to appreciate Uruguay's slower pace of life. The people we met in Uruguay were lovely.
Book the bi-level suite (great tub!) and save a night for dinner at the local vineyard-Narbona.
The food at the resort isn't on a par with other Four Seasons, but otherwise the hotel is a gem.
We stayed here in August to celebrate my husband's birthday. It was off-season, so the resort was not crowded at all. We had a bi-level suite-it was beautiful-lots of wood, beautiful bath with heated floors. We were picked up from the port by the sweetest gentleman. He took us on a tour of the city of Colonia before heading to Carmelo. Uruguay is an undiscovered treasure-great architecture, delicious food and some of the friendliest people I have ever met. It is a secluded resort with a spa, golf course, tennis, etc. We enjoyed the feeling of being the only people there-the staff were so sweet-we felt like we were on our honeymoon! I would suggest dining at a nearby vineyard-Finca Narbona-wonderful food and great atmosphere-you feel like you have stepped back in time. Ana Laura the concierge was so helpful!