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All reviews white room the river stone building boutique hotel private courtyard modern furnishings outdoor bar area overlooking the water overlooking the bay bustling buenos aires ravioli perfect hotel old town the main square great place to chill hotel guests rio de la plata
I booked a room at this hotel 5 months in advance - and paid in full at the time of booking. Unfortunately, a couple of weeks after making the booking our plans changed and we were no longer able to travel. Despite giving the hotel...More
Response from Pablo D, Gerente at Charco HotelResponded 3 days ago
Dear guest, as you were explained you choose a non refundable rate. The definition of non refundable is you will get no refund if you cancel the booking. Please see the cancellation policy sent with you booking confirmation. We hope you can come to our...More
I live in an 1849 house. Character boutique hotels have ... character.
- Stunning room.
- Quiet considering locals and funky antique doors and handles.
Yes a little noise but note: Historic spot.
- Lovely staff with most of the business coming from
Amazing rustic luxury in a stone building on the waterfront. We had the 2-bedroom, 1 bath apartment across the street with a private courtyard, huge living room, adequate kitchen and modern furnishings in a cozy stone building. Breakfast was awesome - made to order &...More
We found ourselves in Colonia unexpectedly. We stayed at the Charco and are glad we did. We had a large quiet room, It was clean and everything worked properly, e.g. air conditioning, plumbing. The staff were uniformly helpful. The view of the river was magnificent....More
We were so looking forward to stay here. I feel very sad because our room was on top of the kitchen, we could hear everything that was going on in the kitchen. Specially the blender and the extractor.
The room is small for the price...More
Its strategic location in the historic town of Colonia del Sacramento, a magnificent view of the river and its warmth, make the experience of visiting a cluster intensity and experiences become. Our White Rooms …Moreacclimated under colonial style conducive to calm and arouse the senses of our guests. Brightness, whiteness, space, silence ... An atmosphere that represents a journey in itself. Seven worlds to discover seven unique views, seven elegant bedroom luxury for relaxation and wellness. Less
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Response from Thekansaspyet | Reviewed this property |
I agree that you do not need a guide, although we did do a 2-3 hour tour arranged by our South America tour company that included a drive through the newer part of Colonia and beach, and then a walking tour of the old... More
I agree that you do not need a guide, although we did do a 2-3 hour tour arranged by our South America tour company that included a drive through the newer part of Colonia and beach, and then a walking tour of the old section around the hotel. We stayed at Charco, but didn't see the map or know what history it partakes, as we had the guide pick us up. Wear good walking shoes, as the old area is all rough cobble stones, and some of the streets need repair-lots of uneven surfaces. The stone houses are remains of the Portuguese occupation, and many are now expensive vacation homes only occupied a small portion of the year. When the Spanish took over, they leveled much of the Portuguese buildings, including the ruined Church attached to the lighthouse. You can go up to the top of the lighthouse for less than $1US. There are cute shops and restaurants all around the old portion of town- selling clothing, matte items, thermos, souvenirs, etc. You should stop in the Catholic Cathedral in Colonia-truly unique. Read some Colonia history on the Net before you go to appreciate the old town more. The weather near the mouth of the river is uncertain, so take a travel umbrella with you to protect from either sun or rain.