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Hotels by region: Josť Ignacio and the East, Uruguay

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    Casa Anna

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    Country hotel - Pueblo Garzon
    A charming small hotel set in beautiful grounds in the small village of Garzon. The 1920's colonial house had been beautifully refurbished, maintaining the original architecture but with modern touches and amenities. There is a lovely swimming pool within the gardens and also a star gazing observatory. Both the food and service are first class. Read more»
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    Estancia Vik

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    Estancia/Ranch - near José Ignacio
    A unique estancia surrounded by countryside and roaming cattle. The living area is full of all things Uruguayan with an interesting painted ceiling, two large stone fireplaces and huge hanging stones. There is an outside pool with lovely views to the countryside. Read more»
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    Playa Vik

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    Beach hotel - José Ignacio
    This small boutique beachfront hotel has been designed in a modern and minimalist style. The main building has a bar, reception with concierge service and gym. The swimming pool overlooks the sea and has decking and loungers. Read more»
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    Posada del Faro

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    Inn/Posada - José Ignacio
    A small and cosy posada a few minutes walk from the beach and a little further into town. The posada has a living area, dining room, and library/TV room. Outside is a pool and deck with plenty of chairs and shade. There are bikes to borrow and golf carts to hire. They offer a beach service too. Read more»
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    Pueblo Barrancas

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    Beach hotel - La Pedrera
    An unusual hotel boasting Uruguay's first glamping facilities. There are two sections, the first of which comprises of 10 cabins that are sporadically perched on stilts behind the dunes. The other half consists of tents and yurts on raised wooden platforms so as to minimise the impact on the landscape. There is an organic vegetable garden and a small pool alongside the outdoor restaurant. The beach is moments from the accommodation and is complemented by a well stocked beach bar. Read more»
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    Bahia Vik

    Beach hotel - José Ignacio
    A contemporary beachfront hotel which embraces the surrounding natural environment of beach and sand dunes. There are four swimming pools, a restaurant, spa and gym. La Susana restaurant and beach club is next door. Read more»
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    Casa Suaya

    Inn/Posada - near José Ignacio
    A small hotel 6km north of José Ignacio built mainly in stone and wood, giving it a rustic feel. The rooms are in a separate block to the restaurant/bar/living room and there is an outside pool. A quiet road separates the hotel frontage from a wild sandy beach. Read more»
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    Estancia Guardia del Monte

    Estancia/Ranch - Rocha
    A small working estancia on the shores of Laguna de Castillos, covered in beautiful bougainvillea. There is a very large ombú tree in the garden and a forest of ancient ombú trees nearby (which are protected). There is an open kitchen and lovely family dining room where guests can enjoy a traditional asadoRead more»
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    Fortin de San Miguel

    Country hotel - near Chuy
    Built in the same stone as the nearby Portuguese fortress, San Miguel, and very close to the Brazil border with views over the Merin Lagoon. Read more»
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    Miradores de La Laguna Garzon

    Country hotel - José Ignacio
    A small country style house just five minutes walk from the beach. With just four rooms, guests are made to feel part of the family and being so close to José Ignacio, it is the perfect place to relax and still just close enough to town to enjoy the restaurants and bars. There are no televisions and the owners do their utmost to maintain a calm atmosphere. Read more»

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