Great location right on the river with outdoor and indoor pools. Juan on reception was most helpful when we arrived, so very nice welcome, thank you. We visited from Friday to Sunday - as do a lot of people, so the hotel was full, with an abundance of children, which made meal times noisy and not terribly enjoyable. I presume mid-week outside holiday time is quieter.
Couldn't fault the room, beds fine, facilities fine. Breakfast had a good choice of fruits, cold cuts, hot food and pastries/cakes, plus juices and coffee. Restaurant has a good view over the river.
Traveller from Bath
Situated near the beach, this hotel is steps from City Craft Fair and Theater Bastion del Carmen. Colonia del Sacramento …More
Sergio and his staff are very nice and helpful. The first night we even had drinks and an asado with them and some other guests. The kitchen was very clean which made it easy for us to cook. Our private room was a little cold but we slept just fine. We would definitely come back to this hostel.
Traveller from New york City
Located in the heart of Colonia del Sacramento, this hostel is within a 5-minute walk of City Craft Fair and Theater Bastion …More
We stayed in the two bedroom Al Rancho which was great for us and the kids. The room is very comfortable and very rustic and stylish.
The Bistro is amazing and we enjoyed exploring the old town on the bikes the hotel provides.
This family-friendly Colonia del Sacramento hotel is located near the beach, steps from Municipal Museum, Casa Nacarello, and …More
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Colonia del Sacramento is the oldest town in Uruguay and sits across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires. The atmospheric historic quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and wandering its cobbled streets is the primary activity for visitors. Well served with restaurants, craft shops and museums, Colonia del Sacramento is also the principal ferry port between Uruguay and Argentina.