I stayed for almost 2 months in Cala and I felt very welcomed for the staff. They are always willing to help and are very kind people. The food are amazing and the hotel is very well located with a great view.
Very reasonably priced for a hotel that was ideally located. Close enough to the beach, the mall and many restaurants. All of them are within a short walk on the Rambla. Would not have wanted to stay in the business (Centro) area. It's not as safe or as pretty as where Cala Di Volpe is. I saw many reviews stating the rooms were dated. Although I would not classify the rooms as modern I thought they were updated, clean and comfortable. A plus is, there's a gym, and jacuzzi on the top floor. Florencia at the front desk was very helpful.
We were fortunate to get a corner suite overlooking the water. The room though dated was comfortable and well appointed. The location is ideal for walking to nearby restaurants, shopping or a quick Uber to old town. The downside of this hotel is that it advertises a bar - which was closed, the breakfast buffet is less than desirable mostly because of the service. Two days in a row the young male server took our egg order, first day we received the wrong order and the final day- never received it at all. Do they care - no! The manager was as slow as the others. If we didn’t know better we would almost think that we were ignored on purpose? The rest of the hotel is nice, front desk very helpful. We never used room service but there is a great store called fresh market about two blocks away that has everything you need.…
We stayed only 1 night, on a brief visit to Montevideo. A very lovely boutique hotel, excellent service, a spacious and comfortable corner room with a great view of the riverfront. Spotlessly clean. A very nice breakfast buffet. The hotel is located in an upscale neighborhood, and only a short walk from a good shopping mall. We enjoyed our stay and recommend it to other travellers.
I stayed 2 nights in a executive suite, room 1001. Nice view, modern lifts, good quality of pillows and beds. A good bar and restaurant. A good room service. Delicious food. Suites are big rooms with a modern bathroom. The hotel is in front of La Rambla. Free Wifi in all rooms. The hotel has bikes or I highly recomend do a relaxing 40 minutes walk to the old town when is sunny or a 10 minutes walk in the opposite direction, to Pocitos beach. If you don't like to walk, the old town is just 10 minutes by taxi. The hotel is 2 block from a modern shopping center. I found and big Starbucks there.
Hotel location is near a large shopping center and several good restaurants. The rooms were clean, but on the small size and a bit dated. The room we stayed in could use renovating, but it's not to a point where it merits not recommending. The breakfast is excellent and eggs are cooked to order. The breakfast staff is efficient, but not overly friendly or eager to help. They need to be prodded a bit.Front desk staff was always friendly and helpful.
The hotel is conveniently located near the ramblas (for those to like walking on the beach) and also near a good shopping mall. The breakfast is very good, as well as the "café colonial" served in the afternoons. The carpets could have been replaced, but overall they were clean.
The rooms have a mild smell of mildew, which isn't strong enough to complain but somehow never lets go, like a shadow that you keep seeing out of the corner of your eye but vanishes when you look at it directly. The beds in the rooms only have two, solitary, lumpy pillows; I had flashbacks to a time I spent a few hours in a hospital bed. The air conditioning system is analogue, with a dial so loose that turning it feels like sending a message in a bottle, or pressing the "door close" button in an elevator. The bathrooms are small, and functional at best. The power fixtures include an American socket (a rare high point), but come out of the wall when you unplug, as if this unique luxury knows it's out of place in the lugubrious setting. Every surface in the hotel seems scuffed, or broken, or otherwise worn down, almost as if they were bought at a floor-sale in the waning days of a third-rate furniture store. Don't get me wrong - this isn't a haunted house, and you'll get a bed and a pillow and a chair (hence 2* instead of 1*), but if you're looking for a refreshing holiday break, do yourself a favor and give it a pass. Last point in terms of service - it's truly horrific. I had a four-night pre-paid stay, and after walking in to this quasi-catacomb, I informed the front desk clerk (who didn't speak English) that I would check out the next morning. They nevertheless charged me for the entire four night - not just a one- or two- night penalty, but they charged the entire stay. Nevertheless, it's the best decision I made in my trip - I stayed at the Bit Design Hotel nearby which was cheaper, and infinitely better (see my review there). My advice - avoid this at all costs.…
Nice Boutique hotel in a nice area of montevideo. The bed was very comfortable. You need to take a taxi to go into center town, but at this time of the year the coastline was fantastic and worthwhile staying around here!
We enjoyed our stay. Located right on the ramblas in a good neighborhood. Breakfast was perfect - fresh fruit, eggs to order, grilled cheese sandwiches, cheese, ham and plenty of bread. Cappuccinos and espresso also included. Room was comfortable. Nice fitness center and hot tub with a fantastic view on the 12th floor.