The hotel was very adequate, clean, modern installations, friendly staff. We were only a bit surprised when they told us that to park in the underground garage there was a 8 dolar daily fee. This is surprising because this hotel is not located in the downtown area of a crowded city. This is in the outskirts of Puna DEL Este, a small summer resort, and it was not even summer! There is plenty of parking all around in the streets, but being that we had a rental car, and that rental cars in Uruguay have onerous charges should anything happen to the car, we figured we'd pay the 8 dolar fee and park in the garage anyway. When we drove down the ramp, we realized the car would not be able to turn into the garage space due to the steep ramp and tight turning radius. So even though we would have paid, we were not able to use the garage. The architect that designed that garage entrance should be called to fix this.
Traveller from Buenos Aires
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Glamorous Punta del Este is Uruguay's biggest beach resort. The city boasts miles of beaches, some with crashing waves ideal for surfers, others which are calm and perfect for families. The city itself is a mixture of colonial charm and shiny new development, and is dotted with public art, including the Casapueblo, and the Monumento al Ahogado. The bars and clubs keep rocking until dawn.