Hotel Palacio

2 star hotel

Address

Bartolom Mitre 1364 MontevideoSee nearby area

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    Lonely Planet review

    If you can snag one of the two 6th-floor rooms at this ancient family-run hotel one block off Plaza Matriz, do it! Both feature air-conditioning and balconies with superb views of Ciudad Vieja's rooftops. The rest of the hotel also offers great value, with wood floors, antique furniture, a vintage elevator and old-school service reminiscent of a European pensión.

    Our independent authors have visited Hotel Palacio and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Montevideo.

    Description provided by property

    The Palacio Hotel is located in the heart of Montevideo, capital of Uruguay, a few steps away from Bartolome Mitre and the pedestrian walkway Sarandi street, one of the most lively corners of the city of Montevideo.

    Surrounded by art galleries, antique shops, pubs and cafes, it also has a quick access to the most attractive areas of the city of Montevideo.

    The personalized hospitality of its owners will assure you a pleasant stay.

    The hotel has Standard rooms and Superior rooms. All rooms are comfortable, have a gorgeous view, spacious bathrooms, telephone service, central heating and cable TV.

    The Superior rooms are located in the top floor and have large balconies (15 m2) with an outstanding view of the city's harbour.

    Services & facilities

    • Recreation
      • Cable TV
    • Housekeeping
      • Available
    • Accessibility
      • Elevator
    • Outdoor space
      • Outdoor Terrace
    • Guest services
      • 24 Hour Reception
      • Tours/Travel Desk
    • Luggage storage
      • Luggage Storage
    • Air Conditioning
      • Air Conditioning
      • Ceiling Fan
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free Internet Access
      • Free WiFi
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