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by ozheidi

I arrive in montevideo with my mum late afternoon and leave the following night on the 7pm ferry back to BA.Where would you recommend a hotel thats not new and modern but a place with a balcony that really feels like you are in uruguay.
Also as we are only there for short time we need to stay somewhere very central to cram everything in.Is it possible to see most things in such a short time or should we organize a half day tour with a guide to get the most out of our stay.
sorry for so many queries...
regards heidi

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by rafscab

Hi Heidi,

It's a difficult question because I don't know your hotel range preferences, but I'd suggest the NH Columbia because:
- It's located just a few minutes from the ferry port.
- It's centraly located, walking distance to many nice places.
- Has sea view and in my opinion to "feel" Montevideo you have to see the shore.

Other option might be Cala di Volpe hotel, with sea view but not so well located; and many others.



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by ozheidi

thanks will book that hotel tonight.i want to be very central.

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by rafscab

18 de Julio is the main avenue in downtown. I didn't suggest a hotel there because you wanted a balcony and I supposed it's better the seaview rather than a street view. I don't know what hotel are you talking about but Balmoral Plaza Hotel in Plaza Cagancha could be a nice option, in front of a beautiful square in 18 de Julio Ave.

Travel Tips for Montevideo

Montevideo Tip

by nomadic

The people in Montevideo are very friendly. The conference attendees were treated to many local shows by the local organizers (as shown in pictures). Even the Uruguayan president and vice-president came to our conference to deliver their speeches!

Vamos La Vela de mi corazon!

by Shakermaker

I wasn't sure where to put this tip.....
La Vela Puerca is one of the biggest bands in Uruguay, they have a mixture of styles within their records, mostly rock and ska.
Their shows are great, they connect very well with the people and have a lot of catchy songs, they also take the shows very seriously and play great live.
If you are into this kind of music and the band plays when you are in the city, make sure you check them out.

Put a Little Spice in Your Life

by jakelorenzo

Luggage And Bags: Bring a lot less luggage than you usually do. Laundries are on every corner and they are very inexpensive, about $3 US for a whole washer load. They'll usually have clothes ready the same day. Since Montevideo is a very casual city (shorts and flip-flops), you don't need much in the way of fancy dress. Bring comfortable clothes and do a load of laundry every few days. it will make your life much easier than hauling large suitcases filled with clothes you don't need.

Miscellaneous: Montevideo is a great city and Uruguay is a terrific country, but one thing they don't get is "picante." They love pizza, but don't have any dry chile peppers to spice it up. They have tons of delicious empanadas and meats, but only have timid chimichurri sauces to titillate the taste buds. Bring a small bag of dried red chile flakes and a small tube of Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce. Use them surrepticiously if you must, but you'll be glad you have them with you.

People watch.... Kid watch... My off beat hobbies.

by Hexepatty

I love looking at people... children in particular, and trying to get their photos... There was an amazing animated family I "studied" and i suspect for the full expose you will have to go to a travelogue I will create... but this is a shot of Father and Son. No one will doubt this boys paternity! Very Nice!

Ciudad Vieja

by Shakermaker about Pubs/Bars/Discos

The ciudad vieja has become the most important nightlife spot in the city lately with a lot of new places to go over the Bartolome Mitre street and nearby streets (near plaza Independencia), check it out cause it gets really crowded and the atmosphere is nice.


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