Le Biblo, Hotel Boutique

Ilaria 6700 (esquina Acapulco), Carrasco, Montevideo, 11500, Uruguay
Le Biblo, Hotel Boutique
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Travelocity AMOMA.com Hotels.com


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business100

More about Montevideo


Torres GarciaTorres Garcia

Museo RománticoMuseo Romántico

teatro solisteatro solis

Plaza IndependenciaPlaza Independencia

Forum Posts

Buenos Aires - Colonia - Montevideo

by alanki

I want to travel as inexpensively as possible from Buenos Aires to Colonia (overnight) then to Montevideo (two nights) returning to Buenos Aires.

If I use Buquebus how much would that cost or is there a cheaper way?

Re: Buenos Aires - Colonia - Montevideo

by vtveen

For information about schedules and rates see:

Some more info about Colonia:

happy travels

Re: Buenos Aires - Colonia - Montevideo

by wabat

Apart from price -- Colonia Express appears much cheaper - what is the difference between Colonia Express and Burquebus ?

Re: Buenos Aires - Colonia - Montevideo

by vtveen

Can not tell you the difference between the two companies; only used Buquebus.
I think the other one is rather new.

Re: Buenos Aires - Colonia - Montevideo

by milenkasp

Colonia Express is a very good company. You can use than too.

Travel Tips for Montevideo

La Cumparsita

by SabrinaSummerville

Argentina claims the birth of the Tango, but did you know that the most famous Tango dance of all, La Cumparsita, was created in Uruguay?

We saw the most magnificent demonstration of this on our visit to Etchegarays House and I have written a seperate tip on that visit.

There is no doubt but that the Tango is a very sexy dance, but this is the most exciting of all Tango dances.


by andal13

I do not fish (I do like fish!) but a lot of people in Montevideo fish (just to eat, as a sport or as a job). As Montevideo has a long sea front, you can find fishermen (and "fisherwomen", and "fisherchildren") at different points. It is a very relaxing activity, and after all, a fishing rod is cheaper than a therapist!!!

Yo no pesco (sí me gusta el pescado) pero mucha gente en Montevideo pesca (para comer, como deporte o como trabajo). Como Montevideo tiene una larga costa, puedes encontrar pescadores (hombres, mujeres y niños) en diferentes lugares. Es una actividad muy relajante, y después de todo, una caña de pescar es más barata que un terapeuta!!!

Go to a Football Match

by iwys

Football is definitely the number one sport in Uruguay, and the people care passionately about it. The two big teams in Montevideo are Nacional and Peñarol, both three-time World Club Champions. Peñarol play at Estadio Centenario, which was built in 1930 and has a capacity of just over 76,000. Nacional play at Estadio Parque Central, which has a capacity of just 20,000. The rivalry between these two clubs is said to be the oldest football rivalry outside the British Isles. If you are lucky enough to be in Montevideo when they play a local derby, go!

I went to Estadio Parque Central to see Nacional play a Copa Libertadores match v Coronel Bolognesi, which they won 1-0. I arrived more than an hour before kick-off and bought a 200 peso ticket at the stadium ticket office. For that, I got a bench seat at the side. the atmosphere was good, with plenty of noise and fireworks, although not quite as crazy as in Argentina.

Sorry, I didn't take any photos, but the link below is a video clip from the game I went to.

El Prado

by Shakermaker

A beautiful neighbourhood full of parks and with the beautiful Rosedal. It is worth to take a walk around this calm area and to enjoy its parks and old mansions.
Also worth visiting on this neigbourhood is the Jardin Botanico

Old corner

by andal13 about Viejo Rincón

Viejo Rincón (which means "old corner") is a great restaurant-pub located at one of the first houses built in Montevideo (18th century); it still has a basament with the original stone floor, and original walls and ceilings. It is nicely decorated, the ambience is cozy and there is music; on weekends, there is live music, and after 1 AM, you can also dance.
There you can have just a drink or have a complete dinner.

Viejo Rincón es un resto-pub espectacular situado en una de las primeras casas construidas en Montevideo (siglo XVIII); aún conserva un sótano con el piso original de piedra, y las paredes y los techos originales. Está bien decorado, el ambiente es acogedor y hay música; los fines de semana hay música en vivo y después de la 1, también se puede bailar.
Allí se puede simplemente tomar algo o disfrutar de una cena completa. Casual



Popular Hotels in Montevideo

Hotel Palacio

Bartolome Mitre 1364, Montevideo

Show Prices

Belmont House

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

Av. Rivera 6512, Montevideo

Show Prices

Ibis Montevideo

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Calle La Cumparsita, 1473, Montevideo

Show Prices

Sheraton Montevideo Hotel

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

Calle Victor Solino 349, Montevideo

Show Prices

View all Montevideo hotels

View all Montevideo hotels

Latest Montevideo hotel reviews

Punta Trouville Suites
11 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 2, 2014
Four Points by Sheraton Montevideo
112 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 19, 2014
Mediterraneo Hotel
7 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Nov 29, 2013
Ermitage Hotel
73 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Los Angeles Hotel
19 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 12, 2014
Best Western Pedro Figari
33 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 17, 2014
29 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 17, 2013
Ibis Montevideo
71 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 26, 2014
Hotel Palacio
121 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
London Palace
24 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Oct 23, 2013
Pocitos Hostel
11 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Red hostel
27 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 5, 2014
Hotel Arapey
9 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Aug 14, 2013
Oxford Hotel
9 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 24, 2012
Belmont House
40 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 25, 2014