Our family home lies in one of the most safe, central and quiet neighborhood in town: Punta Carretas
We have comfortable rooms specially arrange to receive teachers, students, professionals and foreign travelers.
We offer a personalized quality attention for each one of our residents.
We are two very close friend, joined by life many years ago, through Meditation Classes, Yoga and Reiki.
We live together with our guests in the house, always generating a pleasant meeting with our visitors.
*We accept CASH ONLY
*Breakfast 7 until 9.30 am
*You pay in the check in
*Rooms for non smokers.
*Not to any sort of discimination
*Terrace for smokers
*Reservation necessary in advance.
*Your own keys.
*Pets not allowed.
*Check in 9 to 12 am.
*Check out 11 am.
*Not recommended for disabled people.
*Vegetarian food available.
*High season from Nov. To April.
*Watched Parking nearby.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
As a lone mature woman I was greeted like a long lost friend. Eduardo creates a friendly warm, welcoming atmosphere. Once you get your bearings of the area it is fairly easy to get around and walk into the city centre (50 mins) or take the local bus @ 17 pesos currently one way.
There is a beach and nice park close by, and a large shopping mall.
The BandB itself is clean and comfortable, I would have liked more choice for breakfast rather than just toast each day. Compared to other hostels it would make Una Noche Mas more expensive for what you get as it were, however there is very little other choice in Montevideo other than more expensive hotels.
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