Hotel Cottage

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Miraflores 1360, Montevideo, 11500, Uruguay
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
12%
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50%
12
Average
25%
6
Poor
8%
2
Terrible
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1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 50% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples72
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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What to see in MVD?

by tesoro77

I've read all postings here, and with over 100 VT members living in Montevideo, I was surprised to only see Plaza de Independencia. It's quite an old city of over 1 mln population and I am sure there is more to it than Plaza de Independencia. My request to local people - please give me a list of YOUR favorites - museums, theatres, restaurants, areas of the city. I am visiting coming January and I would appreciate any advice from locals (yes, I am reading and researching) This is the beauty of VT - one can ask for advice of LOCALS.
Thank you all in advance!

Re: What to see in MVD?

by leics

I'm surprised you only saw Plaza de Independencia. The VT travel guide to Monetevideo lists far more than that, and restaurants, nightlife, off-the-beaten-track things etc as well:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/South_America/Uruguay/Departamento_de_Montevideo/Montevideo-1624243/TravelGuide-Montevideo.html

Re: What to see in MVD?

by akken

Montevideo is a complex city, but small physically and easy to get around by bus, taxi or - best of all afoot. So, go there and look about. If you want detailed information - give the same about yourself: i.e., preferences in music, food, sports, theatre and add something about your rioplatense Spanish level. If you have learned Mexican, Colombian or Iberian Spanish (i.e.,one of the varieties spoken by a majority of the Hispanophone world) you ears are in for a rude surprise. Really, to get useful data you must provide some. There is little point in detailing Uruguayan civili aviation activities, for example, to a mere tourist-spot ticket-puncher. If you want to look at an English-speaking expatriate site,you might try uruguaytotal.com.

Re: Ooops,sorry

by akken

Should have been totaluruguay.com, a use
ful site, in English.

Travel Tips for Montevideo

This is the view of the city...

by DanielF

This is the view of the city from a nearby hill. Montevideo is situated on the River Plate stuary and has several beaches. The water is cold, but at least much cleaner than in the Buenos Aires area.

La Musa 1

by fool_moon

Every group of the Candombé has a so called MUSA, a generally goodlooking, little wearing girl which is kind of motivating the group. As I was very exotic to this girls they practically all wanted to be on a picture with me, lol.

La Noche de las Luces

by andal13

La noche de las luces (Night of Lights) is one of the most popular parties in Montevideo. Every year, in December, in a Saturday evening there is a fireworks festival at Pocitos beach. This party is organized by a TV channel (Canal 10) and a soft-drink company (Coca-Cola), and it is free.
I downloaded the picture from Canal 1o website.

La noche de las luces es una de las fiestas más populares de Montevideo. Cada año, en Diciembre, en una noche de sábado, hay un festival de fuegos artificiales en la playa Pocitos. Esta fiesta es organizada por un canal de TV (Canal 10) y una compañía de refrescos (Coca-Cola) y es gratuita.
Bajé la foto de la página web de Canal 10.

Visit the Montevideo Zoo(Zoo Villa Dolores)

by MJSThirty6

My wife and I walked a good hour and a half through Montevideo and found the Dolores Zoo. It is not the most fancy zoo you'll ever visit, however the children will love it! Admission is 20 Uruguay Pesos(Less than 1 US$). It is located in the Parque Bastlle area of the city(near the Pocitios Beach) at 3245 Rivera Ave.

Montevideo to me is a city of...

by nomadic

Montevideo to me is a city of doors. I took a walk around the old town, and soon realized how intricately decorated the doors were, and each one of them seemed to be different from each other. If you have a chance to take a walk around the older section of the town, pay attention to the doors...

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