Staff was awesome. Airline lost my bag, they called next day to check on it for me and lent me a phone charger, since my plug adapter was in my bag. Hotel was modern and clean and very nice for a boutique hotel. The attached bar/restaurant was good too. And it's walking distance from almost everything you want to see in the old town area.
Traveller from Las Vegas, NV
Located in Downtown Montevideo, this hotel is steps from Municipal Center of Photography, Salvo Palace, and Independencia …More
The hotel is at a relatively quiet location close to the downtown and near the sea promenade. The staff at the reception is friendly, accommodating and speaks good English.
The rooms and the public spaces are furnished in simple yet stylish design. Housekeeping does very good job keeping the rooms and the public spaces clean at all times.
The hotel seems newly renovated however some areas lack attention to detail in terms of maintenance.
Breakfast can definitely be improved by wider selection, better quality coffee, timely table clean up. This is one area that needs attention of the management.
Roof top terrace is not fully utilized. It could be turned into sun deck and/or roof top bar. At the time of my stay in the hotel it was just an empty space to walk around after breakfast. Pity for the nice view..
Traveller from Burgas, Bulgaria
Located in Downtown Montevideo, this romantic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Palacio Piria, Fountain of Locks, and …More
Hotel Casablanca is well located for visits to most of the attractions in central Montevideo, with friendly and helpful staff. I was fortunate that at checkin a member of the family spoke English and explained various things, including the locations of some of the local attractions. Most of the staff only speak Spanish. For me the only downside is the lack of breakfast, but there are many cafes and restaurants within a few blocks.
Traveller from UK
Located in Downtown Montevideo, this hotel is steps from Gaucho Museum, Sala Zitarrosa, and Contemporary Art Museum. Palacio …More
The capital of Uruguay is a lively city and justifiably popular with tourists. Sleek new architecture like the futuristic airport sits easily alongside the faded colonial splendor of the old town, while the city's cultural life is exemplified by its many bars, clubs and theatres. Stroll along the Rambla at sunset, sip a cocktail at a beach bar, or tuck into a chivito--the local sandwich.