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We have a range of budget places to stay in Montevideo from as low as £7 per night
Based on previous Montevideo accommodation searches, the average starting price is £47
Want to splurge? At the top end in Montevideo, we have 24 places to stay with prices starting at £71
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Montevideo is £47 per night.
fjanhsen Comfortable room, very clean and friendly, helpful staff. We enjoyed the stay in Palacio Hotel very much.
Ibiray 2398 MontevideoExcellent 90%
Benito Blanco 674Excellent 90%
Rambla Republica de Mexico snExcellent 90%
cristaho Very clean, good facilities for the price,the desk is very helpful, except the rooms that face the street are noisy. Bring your ear plugs or ask for a quiet room.
Piedras 234Excellent 90%
vlizarazo At Ukelele Hostel you feel like home. Our hosts were quite kind and very helpful with giving guidance to enjoy the city. The place is absolutely beautiful and really peaceful. One of the best hostels I've ever stayed.
Patria 712 app. 2 Punta CarretasExcellent 90%
Bontravels 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.
Rambla Rep. de Mexico 6079Excellent 90%
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