Only stayed one night but we were fairly pleased with this hotel. Eco friendly and modern. However, we could hear our neighbours so clearly through the door meant for adjoining rooms, we could even hear them spraying hairspray! If you are a light sleeper, maybe ask for a room without a door.
The hotel is very nice, great pool areas, very nice for playing golf, near the beach. We had a bad experience ar checkin because the hotel assigned an special accesibility room and we asked for a king size. The accesibility room is prepared for wheel chair use, like special bathroom without bathtub. We must go to the lobby to ask for the manager and later after some minutes they assigned a standard king size bed room as we booked.
Traveller from Montevideo
Welcome to Sheraton Colonia Golf & Spa Resort, part of the “Real de San Carlos” neighborhood and nearby the historical …More
Firstly, Colonia is a wonderful little town. Not a lot going on, but it's very pretty, and just made for early evening strolls, making up for the fact that you didn't take many photos while in BA, sitting on the city walls watching the sunset over the Rio and then turning in for big dinner somewhere. This would make an ideal one or two night stay after a busy holiday in Buenos Aires.
The hotel is ideally situated: it's not on the main square but is only 15m away (Colonia is not a large town!). It's clean and very pretty. Our room was slightly on the smaller side, and also didn't feel the most private - we could overhear people coming in and out of reception. But the bed was enormous and extremely comfortable.
We ate in the restaurant both for an evening meal and for breakfast. Both were great. The place is open all day, which is fairly advantageous as we are still not used to the South American practice of eating at 10pm or later!
Overall, we wished we'd booked a flexible ferry back to Argentina, as we really wanted to stay a second night!
Pocket Guide: Uruguay Colonia del Sacramento Hotels
Colonia del Sacramento is the oldest town in Uruguay and sits across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires. The atmospheric historic quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and wandering its cobbled streets is the primary activity for visitors. Well served with restaurants, craft shops and museums, Colonia del Sacramento is also the principal ferry port between Uruguay and Argentina.
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