See why so many travelers make Hotel Klee their hotel of choice when visiting Montevideo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
While staying at Hotel Klee, visitors can check out Palacio Salvo (0.6 mi) and Catedral Matriz (0.9 mi), some of Montevideo's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Hotel Klee makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out La Perdiz Restaurant & Parrillada, El Palenque, and La Cocina de Pedro, which are some barbeque restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Rambla de Montevideo (1.0 mi), Ciudad Vieja (0.6 mi), and Plaza Independencia (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Hotel Klee, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Montevideo.
I spent 3 pleasant nights from 25th to 28th January 2020 in a Standard room in Hotel Klee. My room on the 6th floor overlooked the street, but I was not disturbed by noise. The room was clean and spacious; the shower was spacious with a good pressure of hot water. There was no tea/coffee-making facility in the room, but the friendly staff said they would provide a thermal jug if I wanted it. I assume this would be a jug of hot water. Although there was a safe in the room it was not usable (at that time?). Instead I was given the key to a lockable tray inside the main safe in the hotel office. Whenever I wanted to access my tray, the staff exited the office and left me unobserved. The reception desk was “manned” 24/7. The electrical wall socket is shown in the attached picture. I believe it accepts several different types of plug. It accepted my European Type C (round pin) plug. I believe it would also accept Type A and Type B (flat pin) plugs. I spent a lot of time using my computer in my room and the wifi was consistently fast. The buffet breakfast was varied and plentiful. Immediately across the road is the Mercado del Inmigrante, containing a large food hall with many various food and drink outlets. I shall stay at Hotel Klee again when next in Montevideo.…
The hotel could do with a bit of a face lift. The rooms are still carpeted and mine smelt strongly of cigarettes. The bathroom fittings are all old and in need of replacement. Staff were always friendly and helpful. Coffee at breakfast was dramatically bad - some of the worst I have ever tasted. After the first day I drank tea. To compensate the fruit salad was made of fresh fruit and very pleasant.
We spent only a few hours of the night transiting this time, and we decided to choose this hotel for its convenience. The staff are friendly and attentive. The hotel and the rooms are quite old and would love to be renovated, but the room is clean, and was pretty adequate for what we were looking for. Breakfast was amazing, compare to what you usually get in an Uruguayan hotel or B&B. A good place for the price you pay.
The reception and following contacts with the staff was ten stars, especially Sandra who checked me in. Management should double her pay. Room is not small and the bath is very adequate. Breakfast service was typical and the coffee was of good quality. I liked the availability of the variety of fruit. The location of the Klee is very good. The colonial section is very walkable but I do not mean to imply that is short. On each of my three walks there I took a different parallel street and enjoyed a variety of shops, architecture, etc. the Klee is a solid 3star plus hotel. Someone should replace the shower head in room 404.
Great value; you’ll want to overlook some things however. For the price paid ($50/night, with tax, etc), this was a good choice. Klee is close to downtown and an easy walk to 8th de Julio (a main street). The price also included continental breakfast, which was fresh bread(s), fruit, cheese, some cold cuts, coffee and juice. Internet was slow at times, but it was there. The two computers in the lobby were a bit faster than our laptops on wi-fi. Housekeeping missed our room the first night; not the end of the world, but a little nuisance. Room linens seemed clean, towels possibly could have been used to remove rust from an old car (coarse, as it seems they often are in south/central America). Small fridge in the room was a nice touch. Cable TV, lot’s of stations, some in English. Some of the bath tile seemed like it could use to have the grout redone (maybe mold, maybe just worn away, don’t think it was dirt however). If ‘fit & finish’ things bother you, try someplace else. If you happy with a good value that is perfectly acceptable to local standards, this is your place. FYI, the parrillla across the street was a good value as well. Interesting old building; and shares space with a Tango cantina so you can catch a bit of a show (sort of). I bumped it from average to very good based on the price to value ratio; not the quality of the property itself. The property itself is average at best.…