Four Points by Sheraton Montevideo

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Ejido 1275, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay
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  • Families83
  • Couples81
  • Solo81
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

need suggestion

by laurawalker19

Where can I buy a sleeping bag in Montevideo?

Re: need suggestion

by Durfun

They play a decent Video on the top of the Monte (mountain). I suggest following their recommendation ;-)

Depends on what you want to spend...

by akken

...for a lightweight cheapy, any large Tienda Inglesa. Or you can go out to Geant on the bus. If you want quality, there is a serious camping-stuff store on the bottom level of Shopping Punta Carretas, something similar in Shopping Montevideo.
Enjoy Uruguay.

Depends on what you want to spend...

by akken

...for a lightweight cheapy, any large Tienda Inglesa. Or you can go out to Geant on the bus. If you want quality, there is a serious camping-stuff store on the bottom level of Shopping Punta Carretas, something similar in Shopping Montevideo.
Enjoy Uruguay.

Travel Tips for Montevideo

When you just have to speak English in Montevideo.

by akken

There are two choices that are always available. Glen R.'s Uruguay Expat lunches every Sunday from noon to satiety at Fellini's Ristobarreto, Benito Blanco and Jose Marti just completed 5 years of uninterrupted meetings in English.
The other certainty is Feligreta (www dot feligreta dot com), a tea/coffee/art gallery combo on Avenida Brasil at Jose Ellauri. We have bilingual service every day we are open (closed Mondays.)
Tuesdays and Thursdays are English Days, on which English is the default language. We normally have a mix of folks from the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia and,of course, Uruguay.
So, you won't be alone in Uruguay. Come see us,
Ken

Mate

by trek06

People in Uruguay are either on their way to have mate, are having mate or just came from having mate. Where as most people in Argentina enjoy mate at home with friends, in Uruguay it is everywhere and almost everyone has a thermos under their arm for hot water.

Mate is a strong herbal tea, a great afternoon expierence to share with friends or solo.

and I like it too!

Diciembre (en español)

by andal13

Diciembre no es sólo el último mes del año; para nosotros es EL mes... Todo el mundo sabe que hay tres días marcados durante diciembre: Nochebuena, Navidad y Fin de Año. No importa si una persona es cristiana o no; todo el mundo festeja, porque nosotros debemos despedir el año. Durante diciembre, tenemos varias fiestas con amigos, colegas, familiares, vecinos... sólo para despedir el año viejo y desear un mejor año nuevo. Esto significa que tenemos tres o cinco o diez fiestas (habitualmente en un bar o en un restaurante) en donde comemos y bebemos como si fuera el fin del mundo. Si aún estamos vivos el 24 de diciembre, tenemos la cena de Nochebuena con la familia (esto significa padres, hermanos, cónyuge, hijos, abuelos, primos, tíos, suegra, quien sea), nunca comienza antes de las 10 de la noche, y habitualmente empieza con algún aperitivo (papas chips, aceitunas, queso, maníes, salame, sandwiches, pizza, etc....) con cerveza, whisky, vino, vermú o incluso refresco; luego viene la verdadera cena: carne (o cerdo,o pavo, o pollo) con ensaladas, y finalmente, el postre (ensalada de frutas, helado, ambas cosas...). Pero es Navidad, por lo que debemos comer nueces, avellanas, budín, turrones... ¡¡¡y champaña, por supuesto!!! A las 12 en punto, salimos a ver los fuegos artificiales, a besar a todo el mundo y a desear "¡Feliz Navidad!", y los niños van a ver los regalos que Papá Noel les deja bajo el árbol. Después, vamos a dormir, o a lavar los platos, o a una discoteca!!!!
Si te sientes como un cerdo, no te preocupes!!!! Mañana (en realidad, hoy) es Navidad, entonces tenmos el almuerzo de Navidad!!!!
Y la próxima semana... la cena de Fin de Año y el almuerzo de Año Nuevo!!!!
¡Ah..., me olvidaba... todo esto ocurre en el verano!!!!

National Religions

by andal13

Uruguayans have two main religions: discussion and soccer.
We can argueing about everything (especially about politics and soccer). So if you really want to catch our spirit, go to a bar, take a sit, have a cup of coffeee and begin to talk with anyone (even the waiter) about weather, economic situation, politics or last soccer match.

Futbol (soccer) is the most important sport; well, actually it is not a sport, it is a religion; Montevideo has a population of 1:500.000, and nearly 20 Premier League soccer teams (and there is a Second League, an Amateur League, an Universitary League, a Children's League...)
Montevideo has several stadiums; most important and famous is Estadio Centenario, where the First World Cup took place in 1930. While you are visiting Montevideo, spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon at Estadio Centenario, and feel the passion!

Los uruguayos tenemos dos religiones principales: la discusión y el fútbol.
Podemos discutir acerca de cualquier cosa (especialmente política y fútbol). Entonces, si realmente quieres captar nuestro espíritu, ve a un bar, toma asiento, pide un café y empieza a conversar con cualquiera (incluso con el camarero) sobre el tiempo, la situación económica, política o el último partido de fútbol.

El fútbol es el deporte más importante; bien, en realidad no es un deporte, es una religión; Montevideo tiene una población de
1:500.000 habitantes, y tiene cerca de 20 equipos de primera división (y hay segunda división, amateurs, liga universtaria, liga infantil...)
Montevideo tiene varios estadios; el más importante y famoso es el Estadio Centenario, en donde tuvo lugar el Primer Campeonato Mundial en 1930. Mientras estás en Montevideo, pasa una tarde de sábado o de domingo en el Estadio Centenario... ¡y siente la pasión!

Montevideo has a lot of...

by nomadic

Montevideo has a lot of beautiful colonial buildings. Some of them are rather old (and badly in need of upgrades or maintenance). However, just the oldness itself is very beautiful. I'd rather prefer the prestine oldness that's real, than the updated and well kept newness that has lost the original touch of history. I spent a few hours one night wandering around snapping some pictures of old old colonial buildings... (It's worth doing but not recommended to be done alone on your own).

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Address: Ejido 1275, Montevideo, 11100, Uruguay