Hostel in Montevideo, at the heart of the city!

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Hostel in Montevideo, at the heart of the city!

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Accommodation options in this hostel in Montevideo

Stay in private rooms or shared rooms; some are for women only. All our rooms have private bathrooms and air conditioning to cool you down on those hot summer days.

  *Note: we are a hostel for people over 18. You must be 18 or over if you want to stay with us.

Private Rooms

Stay in single rooms with double or single beds for two, three or four people. All of them have a private bathroom.

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Shared Bedrooms

Rest in mixed or female-only shared dormitories with bunk beds for 6, 8 or 10 people per room. All of them have a bathroom inside the room. You can store your things in the lockers under the cabins or bunk beds.

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How to locate this hostel in Montevideo?

To contact us, you can write to us through Whatsapp or call us at +598 9976 7363.

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How to get to this hostel in Montevideo?

  • From the Port: You can walk for 10 minutes through the street Pérez Castellano - Sarandí or take a taxi for a quick journey.
  • From the Airport: You can take a taxi, van, or bus at the door of the airport towards Montevideo with a stop at terminal Rio Branco. From here we recommend taking a Taxi. You can also take a bus to Montevideo to get off at Terminal Tres Cruces (check our recommendations on how to get there from this point)
  • From the Terminal Tres Cruces, there are several options:1.) You can take a bus towards "Ciudad Vieja" to Bartolomé Mitre, and from here, walk three blocks to the pedestrian Sarandí. 2.) Take a bus to the citadel gate. From here, walk one block to Bartolomé Mitre. This way takes approximately 50 minutes. 3.) You can also take a taxi with an approximate cost of $250 (between 6 and 7 USD) and lasts about 10-15 minutes. 4.) Or you can walk along the main avenue until you find the "Puerta de la Ciudadela" and continue one more block to Bartolomé Mitre. This road can last up to 50 minutes, so we recommend hydrating.

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