Welcome! Hotel Palacio, historic patrician symbol in the heart of Old Town Montevideo, holds history and legend, elegance and bohemia, and offers exquisite service to its guests. The authentic Art Nouveau building is an architectural treasure that belongs to the magnificent and spirited Montevideo at the turn of the century.

Upon crossing the threshold, the grandeur of the elaborately embellished wrought iron elevator becomes apparent. Original to the building and in perfect working condition, the elevator continues to complete its arduous function. Its details, illustrative of the period, have become the hotel’s signature mark. What visitors most appreciate, however, is the treatment they receive. Warm, personal, genuine. So much so, that every year since 2012, the hotel has been included in TripAdvisor’s select list of best value establishments. In 2012, it was among the top 25 Latin American hotels with this distinction.

The guest accommodations have a privileged panorama of the historic city center with its markets, cobblestone streets, bookshops and countless pubs. Art galleries, museums and street artists. All set on an ocean backdrop, while the sun rises on one side of the balcony and sets on the other.

What more is there to say after Uruguayan singer songwriter Fernando Cabrera’s dedication in the song Palacio, to the hotel with “ever evolving corridors”? (*)

Welcome to the Hotel Palacio, the corner of Montevideo that will leave you eager to return.


(*) Palacio, from the album “Bardo” (2008) by Fernando Cabrera, River Plate music icon.