Hotel Iberia

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#22 of 87 hotels in Montevideo
4.4 of 5 bubbles
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Hotel Iberia is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Montevideo, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

While staying at Hotel Iberia, visitors can check out Palacio Salvo (0.4 mi) and Catedral Matriz (0.7 mi), some of Montevideo's top attractions.

Rooms at Hotel Iberia offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

24 hour front desk and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel.

While in Montevideo, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Iberia, including El Fogon (0.2 mi), Jacinto cafe & restaurant (0.9 mi), and El Palenque (1.1 mi).

There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular natural history museums such as Museo Zoológico Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga and Museo de Historia Natural "Dr. Torres de la llosa".

Enjoy your stay in Montevideo!

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Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
24-hour front desk
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Centrally Located
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English, Spanish

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Maldonado 1097, Montevideo 11111 Uruguay
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foreverguest wrote a review Dec 2013
Canela, RS
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nice and clean hotel, with great location. You can walk to Ciudad Vieja and most historical places. The receptionists were very friendly and helpful. There are good restaurants nearby and a supermarket. The only downside was the room that has an old decoration and furniture.
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Date of stay: November 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Philip B wrote a review Jan 2014
Washington DC, District of Columbia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Hotel Iberia is a gem you might overlook if you were merely walking by. It might be called a pension in Paris, or a boutique hotel in Mexico City, and it is thoroughly unpretentious. But it provided a very comfortable rest for my wife and me for one night in Montevideo at an unbelievably low price (US$56). The service is personal, and the staff is attentive. There is a nearby supermarket that provides the ingredients for an ample breakfast (and which could be kept chilled in the room's refrigerator). The hotel offers a continental breakfast for an extra charge, but the staff readily invited us to use the dining room to consume our supermarket breakfast and even provided the coffee. The hotel is very clean, the shower was hot, and the bed was comfortable. It is well located near the Cuidad Vieja and the main shopping avenue, 18 de julio. We are looking forward to returning there.
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Date of stay: December 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sputum0 wrote a review Aug 2013
Manaus
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family recently spent two nights in this hotel and I am sorry we did not spend more time. We live in Brasil currently and my wife is Brasilian and I am Canadian. The price is very reasonable for the service. If you are looking for luxury with room service this is not the place for you. If you want something that feels like home then you should be booking now. Location was excellent and walking distance of many attractions. There is a full kitchen and a grocery store within one block so you can make anything you like for yourself or others. The room had a small bar fridge too. The cable tv was excellent and the wifi great. The bed are very comfortable and the over all feel of this hotel is homey and was great for my family since we needed two rooms. The best part was the informative and efficient staff. I could not be more pleased. Being fair I have only one complaint. The bathroom in our room had a small boiler so the hot water for a shower was short lived. Other than this bump this hotel is excellent all the way around and comes with my highest recommendations.
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Date of stay: July 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kanan A wrote a review Apr 2014
Australia
2.0 of 5 bubbles
How this hotel managed to get such good ratings I can’t begin to imagine.

We were staying over the road at the Sur Hotel. A very nice hotel (much nicer than the Iberia), but there was some problem with the hot water. After reading the rave reviews about how friendly the staff are here, we couldn’t believe it when we encountered Angelica, one of the most officious, rude, unhelpful and unfriendly hotel receptionists we have ever met in all our years of travel. I was hoping she might just be a weekend fill-in, but as it turned out she was on shift for most of our stay, and she consistently managed to retain her arrogant attitude throughout our two day stay here, which made it extremely uncomfortable for us.

I first came to Iberia Hotel early in the morning to check it out. Then she told me the rooms were occupied and to come back at 11am. When we returned at 11am she told me I would have to pay for 5 days before she would show me the room (we were planning to stay here for 10 days). I was obviously outraged and refused to part with my money before sighting the room. Finally she relented, but only after I demanded to speak with her boss. We also had an issue with our passports, as they were lodged with the Brazilian Consulate awaiting visas. At first Angelica refused to accept the photocopies I had prepared (normal procedure in this situation) but eventually after a lot off fuss she again relented. She then attempted to use this situation against us in the prepayment issue, suggesting that we had little leverage without passports. I might add here that our Angelica speaks not a word of English.

I only took the room for two days as it was getting late to find alternative accommodation on a busy weekend. When we saw the room we realized why she wanted the money up front. It’s just not a $58 room. It’s more like a US$30-40 room, but hey, it’s Easter and they can charge what they like. This can’t be the hotel I read about on Trip Advisor… can it?

After two uncomfortable nights we moved to the Axsur on Misiones in the old city. It’s an extra US$41, but we figured that a decent breakfast is going to cost us at least $30, so for a little extra we have 5 star luxury, including our own kitchen, cotton sheets and a fluffy duna, a friendly receptionist who speaks English, an elevator, concierge to help with the luggage, a manned reception desk and a much better location in the heart of the Old City. (We checked in here with the photocopies of our passports with no problem or fuss at all.)

I don’t know who is responsible for some of these other reviews, but there is a lot of exaggeration and misinformation among these pages. For example this hotel is not situated just two blocks down to the Rumbla, rather it is three. The location here is OK, but it certainly is not great. There are many hotels in the city that are a lot more central, both in Centro and in the old city. The Hotel London, for example is just a few doors from 18 de Julio (the main thoroughfare) on Rio Negro. In the Old City there are many hotels and hostels on Sarandi (the main thoroughfare). If you want cheaper you have the Hotel Espania on Convention, just around the corner from Plaza de Independencia. I have stayed in both these hotels during the six years I have been coming to Montevideo. For two years I owned my own apartment in the Old City.

Although this area here is safe enough during the day light hours, it can get quite dodgy at night when all is closed up. For this reason I get nervous when coming back in the evening, and I have to wait what seems like forever before someone comes to unlock the door. I find this practice quite unacceptable. The problem seems to be that they mostly only have a staff of one on duty, so often when going in or out the receptionist is upstairs cleaning the rooms and the front door is locked. Once I had to wait to go out to the shop because the receptionist was showing someone to their room. That they find it necessary to keep the front door locked at all times speaks volumes about the safety of the area.

I am guessing they gave us their worst room because it was very small (no room for our suit cases), had no bench space either in the bedroom or bathroom, no toiletries, cheapest toilet paper that breaks up in your hands, bare light bulbs hanging from the ceiling, nylon curtains that don’t open and thin synthetic sheets with cheap pillows, a hard mattress on a wooden slatted bed and hot water set permanently at a tepid temperature. So if after all my advice you decide you still want to stay here just make sure they don’t put you in room 16. I’m guessing all the other rooms are good, because these other posts can’t all be wrong.

I have travelled all over the world, stayed in and reviewed many hotels in many different cities, but to date have never come across such arrogance and attitude that confronted us here at the Iberia in Montevideo. There are some redeeming features that are adequately expressed by others (fridge, air-con, flat screen TV with cable, safe, double glazed windows, good wifi), and I believe that if management addresses this staffing problem (and upgrades the toilet paper) it would go a long way towards addressing my grievances.

I might also add that management would do well to take on constructive feedback from these pages rather than showing more arrogance by jumping to defence, as they have done with previous similar feedback they have received on Trip Advisor.
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Date of stay: April 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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lovetotravel0100 wrote a review Dec 2011
Surrey, Canada
1.0 of 5 bubbles
after viewing all the photos of this hotel and reviews, i booked this hotel. when we arrived the two ladies at the front desk were very helpful and one spoke great english. once we got to our room on the second floor we realized we could not spend a night here. there were cobwebs and dust all over some speakers hanging from the ceiling, black marks all over the walls, very small room, no safe,no view, and a constant humming noise. i would highly advise people to stay away from this hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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RobertaSchuster wrote a review Jun 2011
São Jerônimo, Brasil
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I and my husband almost stayed at the Hiberia cause of the coments we had read on trip advisor.
Fortunately, we didn't make a reservationa and decided to see the hotel bedrooms before checking in.
Nothing is Ok, but the cheap prices, so... be very careful when booking this hotel!
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Date of stay: June 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Maskotas wrote a review Aug 2012
Madrid, Spain
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The trouble with checking into a hotel rated #1 on Tripadvisor is that your expectations are set too high. I checked out three days later happy with having stayed there but confused as how the property ended up #1 (in other words, it is nice enough but not a head-turning wow!).

The room we had was quite adequate, but small, with a tv, a very comfortable bed and small refrigerator. The bathroom is tiny and every flush of the toilet seems as loud as a crowd at a Springsteen concert. The doors lock if you pull the knob closed just the right way.

The staff was very helpful but oftentimes slow when multitasking. Have you stayed at hotels where the staff seems overly trained (a plus and a minus)? The Hotel Iberia have more sincere, self-taught vibe (also for better or worse).

One of our two nights, it was hard to sleep in because a loud buzzer would ring for as long as the front door was held open. But usually the receptionist remembers to turn it off. If not, please remind them about it. (We would have but we were confused as to what the noise was.)

The neighborhood is nice enough and there are big pluses like a Disco supermarket and a bakery within two blocks. You are also located within walking distance of the waterfront, the old town and plenty of small shops...and check out nearby Fun Fun, a bar with music that dates to 1895.

The room rates are very fair and I would rate this as a solid budget option.
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Date of stay: July 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Vincent M wrote a review Jun 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Hotel Iberia has a wall full of awards behind their front desk, including TA's and some hostel groups award for top cleanliness! I was so astounded that I felt obliged to take a photo of it (see pic). I booked for four nights based on TA reviews and paid for all four upon arrival. After the first night I seriously considered chalking the money up as a loss and booking a different hotel. I stayed a second night, and after careful consideration, elected to tough it out and stay two more. The consideration was not careful enough; I would have been better off checking into another hotel and writing off the advance payment on full to the Iberia. I don't know how many TA reviews I've written: well over 200, almost all positive. But I would never recommend this hotel to anyone I knew personally, not even my worst enemy. I love Montevideo and look forward to returning, but there are circumstances under which I would ever return to this hotel. Not ever! I rate this one as "poor" and for excellent reason. I do not rate them as terrible because that would be inaccurate; they're not terrible. In fact, I can understand why other reviewers thought they were great; that just wasn't my experience at all. Here are the two chief issues I had:

BARE-FACE LYING: Montevideo is safer than most other South American capitals, but that's not saying a lot:. So being able to secure passport, traveler's cheques, cell phones, etc., is important. You don't want to leave them unsecured in your room, but you sure don't want to carry them around with you on the streets at night. Hence the obvious question: how can guests secure things that cannot under any circumstances afford to lose? The only two acceptable answers are in-roof safes or safe-deposit boxes in the lobby. I was assurd there was a safe in the room. There wasn't. So far so good, these things happen. But then it got Kafkaesque. The young lady in the lobby insisted that I did have a safe in the room. I insisted I did not. I asked politely whether she could show me where the safe was. She accompanied me to the room and pointed to the closet/wardrobe: "the safe is
in there." I opened both doors wide. Blank walls. "There is no safe there." "Yes, there is, you have a safe." Some readers may recall the Monty Python skit where John Cleese has sold a sucker a dead parrot and is denying that the parrot is dead. "No it isn't, it's asleep." It was Pythonesque. I finally asked the lady to please open the safe for me. That was a stumper, and with no other way out, she admitted that my particular room "no had" a safe. The next night I mentioned my disappointment with that conversation, with a different woman at the reception desk, who then immediately insisted that I did have a safe because every room has a safe. Please understand: I am very security conscious, but I have stayed at hotels where I had to entrust passport, credit cards, etc., to the front desk. I've stayed at some where there was NO provision for safe-guarding guest's valuables. Annoying, unfortunate, but you deal with it. The absence of the safe wasn't the issue: the straight-out lying was. This is actually an occasional issue in any service industry: instead of telling the client the truth, the service industry worker, thinking fast, tells the client what he or she thinks the client wants to hear. Invariably this makes a bad situation worse, since what a reasonable client wants to hear is the truth; nothing good ever comes from lying to a client about a service issue. Incidently, if you insist on staying at the Hotel Iberia and happen to be traveling with the Hope Diamond, so you can dress up for the evening, I'd recommend specifying that you don't want room number 8. Of course they might put one in #8 before you arrive.

CLEANLINESS ONLY ON DEMAND: if I didn't tell them I wanted my room cleaned, it didn't get cleaned that day. But, to be fair, when I absolutely positively insisted that they clean the room, they did an excellent
job of it. Still, under the circumstances I consider that hostel association's Cleanliness award to be something of a hoot. (See photo).

THE NIGHTLY FREEZE: I froze my backside off every night I was there, the last days of May; for Montevideo this is comparable to having no heat in your room in Portland or Portsmouth the last days of November. If you tried to heat the room, it would just blow cold air, compounding the cold be adding a chill factor. This was the #1 problem. Possibly other rooms had heat; I don't know; I just know that despite sleeping fully clothed including a hooded sweater, I still got sick after four nights of it. Here, again, a caveat is only fair: if you're going to be in Montevideo in December or January, that's summertime, and this problem could immediately be resolved
simply by opening the inner and outer windows.

The hotel is inexpensive and the location isn't bad. If you are going in Uruguay's summer, if you are fluent in Spanish, if you really aren't taking anything of value that you would want to secure In your room, you might want to consider this hotel. Most of the ladies working the front desk were fine. The plumbing worked, even if the water wasn't always hot (probably because of other guest's just using a lot of hot water). This was one of the worst hotel experiences I've had in years. But many other TA reviewers rave about Hotel Iberia, and I can only assume that their experiences actually were as good, as mine was bad. I can also
repeat what I said earlier, that most of the reception staff were great. Nor do I fault the John Cleese impersonator with the ice-cold room; obviously she had nothing to do with that. So weighing everything, you might make a good decision in booking this hotel. As for me, if I plan a return to Montevideo, which I hope I will, and this were the only hotel available, I'd reschedule the trip rather
than ever set foot in Hotel Iberia again.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from IberiaHotelUy, Propietario at Hotel Iberia
Responded 5 Jun 2015
No es nuestra costumbre costestar a una crìtica dicièndole al "cliente que siempre tiene la razòn" cuando està llena de inexactitudes y dudosas intenciones. Y digo dudosas intenciones porque los premios no los regalan ni los compramos ni los solicitamos, los dan los clientes satisfechos con nuestro hotel y personal que han pasado por miles a los largo de 5 años en los cuales figuramos en TRIP. siempre en primeros lugares obteniendo premios de diversos portales y de TRIPADVISOR POR CINCO AÑOS CONSECUTIVOS. Como observaciòn hay fotos de la habitaciòn 08 a la que hace varias veces menciòn el señor en todos los portales de reservas donde dice haber pernoctado el cliente y donde este dice que no hay calefacciòn, pues la calefacciòn estimado es un aire acondicionado FRÌO/CALOR de 12000 BTU totalmente nuevo colgado de la pared que el señor no supo VER de tan grande que es y menos usar, ni quiso entender como usarlo en calor, los controles de los aire acondicionados son UNIVERSALES, el ìcono que es un "sol" supone que hace referencia a CALOR, el ìcono que es un copo de nieve a FRÌO, parace tonto pero a veces hay que explicarlo. En cuanto a la seguridad. El hotel cuenta con CCTV / DVR y existen càmaras en todos los corredores, pisos y exterior del hotel como seguridad. Hay cajas de seguridad en todas las habitaciones. La limpieza se hace absolutamente a diario y a fondo. Me temo que el señor al ver nuestra excelente calificaciòn en Trip. creyò estar reservando un hotel 4 o 5 estrellas al precio de un 2 estrellas pero resulta que nuestro hotel es BIEN CALIFICADO por ser el màs barato de Montevideo ( USD40/45 habitaciòn doble) y por disponer de las mejores habitaciones, personal y limpieza en RELACIÒN al precio que paga. Tal vez se sintiò decepcionado al no encontrar piscina, spa, sauna o solarium. Nuestro hotel poca o ninguna diferencia nos dicen nuestros clientes que tenemos con otros hoteles donde el precio y las estrellas son màs del doble. Nuestra mejor respuesta son las màs de QUINIENTAS CRÌTICAS POSITIVAS a esta de dudosa intenciòn en la que se toma un extenso tiempo y una gran y extensa redacciòn en destacar y repetir lo mismo. "No hay calefacciòn" y el AIRE ACONDICIONADO FRÌO/CALOR està ahì. Atte Arturo Urceira
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Dazbro wrote a review Jul 2013
Melbourne
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel is located within a 10 -15 minute walking distance to the main city attractions of Montevideo including the beachfront Rambla. It is also located reasonably close to some decent restaurants and a supermarket. Not really within walking distance from the bus terminal but taxi fare was about $120-$140 pesos and it was pretty straightforward getting there. The area where the hotel is located initially looked a bit dodgy on arrival, but after we got used to it it was fine and you just have to take normal street-smart precautions.

Positives: the lady who checked us in on the Saturday was extremely friendly as was the afternoon receptionist who spoke excellent English. The hotel is nicely decorated and there is free (strong signal) wifi. Breakfast wasn't included but there was a self catering communal kitchen you could use. It had cutlery, plates, fridge, microwave etc but no pots, pans, cooker or jug.

The room (room 15 - a superior room) was large and brightly decorated. The bed was comfortable and the street facing window was double glazed meaning street noise was barely noticeable. The bathroom was huge with a large separate spa bath and separate shower. Housekeeping were great

Negatives: we had no hot water at various periods of our stay. There was no hot water when we arrived or the next morning, and although it was 'fixed' for the other two days of our stay there was no hot water on our last day or day of check out. The staff were aware of this and in the process of organising it to be fixed, but we were disappointed we were not offered an alternative room or discount. We had paid extra for the spa room and there was no way you could have a spa bath or shower in cold water in the middle of the Uruguayan winter (during our stay temperatures only reached single digits in Montevideo)

Two of the staff were very friendly, two were not. The reception staff that working on Sunday and Tuesday morning were quite grumpy, unhelpful and not very friendly which was disappointing. Although there was only minimal street noise in the room there were other noises such as pumps than kept turning on and off all night long, slamming door sounds and the walls were paper thin so we could hear the conversations of our neighbours. There was no safe in the room and no ventilation fan in the bathroom. There was also no elevator so be prepared if you have heavy luggage. None of these deficiencies were show-stoppers but they did diminish an otherwise very pleasant stay.

Overall value for money score: 7/10
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Date of stay: July 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for a lower floor room if you have lots of luggage and one that has hot water !!
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Gabriel wrote a review Nov 2012
Sao Paulo, SP
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We were staying for two nights at Hotel Iberia agusto in 2012. The hotel is right in the center near the city's main avenue and every trade. We do not like breakfast. Expected a little more variety. The receptionist functions and also accumulates is who prepares the breakfast. It took a lot to be served. She brings coffee on the table, it is not self service system. The hotel is a bit old and very beautiful, simple, but clean and with reasonable comfort. The bed is one of those minors. The receptionist helped us look for all city services, and has given us several tips. A recommendation for those who visit Uruguay.
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Date of stay: August 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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asked a question Sept 2014
Toronto, Canada
Hi there - How much is the airport transfer? Thanks!
Answer from IberiaHotelUy
Montevideo, Uruguay91 contributions
Hello. A transfer (to wait), from the airport to our hotel in central Montevideo, will cost approximately USD 35 Approximate cost. Regards Sylvia Regueira
Rodolpho P asked a question Dec 2016
1 contribution1 helpful vote
O Hotel disponibiliza vagas para carro?
Answer from Celio D
428 contributions146 helpful votes
Desculpa, errei o hotel, estava pensando em outro. O Ibéria não tem estacionamento.
Ivan L asked a question Nov 2016
Curico, Chile8 contributions
hola una habitación para matrimonio y 3 niños de 2 ,5y 10 años
Answer from new2n-b2014
Sao Paulo, SP53 contributions10 helpful votes
Wander janeiro é considerado alta temporada em Montevideo,mais da uma entrada no site do hotel que com certeza lhe daram essa informaçäo com total precisão,com certeza vc fazendo a reserva com antecedência vc consegue uma diária mais barata boa sorte e aproveite a estádia na cidade porque a cidade é muito boa...abraços Newton Brandão
Answer from Felipe Silveira
Povoa de Varzim, Portugal150 contributions71 helpful votes
Creo que las reservas sólo por teléfono o correo electrónico.
Cynhoff wrote a tip Jun 2017
Brewster, New York665 contributions283 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room 7 has bad wifi"
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ReggieQuimbo wrote a tip Aug 2015
Manila, Philippines46 contributions12 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"I don't recall that there was an elevator so make sure to get a floor on the main floor or the second floor."
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Joe Z wrote a tip Mar 2015
Pointe des Almadies, Senegal151 contributions79 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"some rooms have street windows, some have back windows and are probably more quiet."
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TravelChica14 wrote a tip Apr 2014
Denver, Colorado34 contributions29 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a renovated room."
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Walter J wrote a tip Nov 2013
Philadelphia34 contributions23 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms on the top floor were quiet and pleasant. We got a room with a pleasant view of the street and our friend got an interior room with no view. The stairs to the top floor were attractive but carrying our luggage up all those stairs was brutal. There is no elevator."
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Nearby attractions include Museo del Gaucho y de la Moneda (0.4 km), Avenida 18 de Julio (0.4 km), and Mercado De Los Artesanos, Mercado de la Plaza (0.4 km).
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, baggage storage, and bicycle rental.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Iberia?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Iberia?
Conveniently located restaurants include Montevideo al Sur, Ashot Shawarma, and Pacharan Taberna Vasca.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Iberia?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Iberia?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Avenida 18 de Julio (0.4 km), Galería de Arte Portón de San Pedro (0.9 km), and Santuario Beata Francisca Rubatto (6.6 km).
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