Amid the neo-classical and art deco structures of Montevideo’s city center, riverside NH Montevideo Columbia beckons guests with its welcoming, contemporary appeal. With easy access from the Carrasco International Airport, as well as a close proximity to numerous retail centers, the Mercosur Secretariat building, and other highlights, NH Montevideo Columbia is your doorway to an array of cultural activities. Whether you spend the day shopping at Punta Carretas, visit Museo de Artes Decorativas, venture out to Uruguay’s countryside, or simply go for a jog along coastal avenue La Rambla, you’ll take comfort in NH Montevideo Columbia’s warm atmosphere and modern design. The hotel’s 136 rooms—including 4 suites and 7 junior suites—meeting space, and international eatery Portón Nuevo all carefully blend bright accents, rich wood floors and furnishings against the scenic waterfront views to create a soothing environment you’ll eagerly ease into at the end of a long day. Corporate guests will find all the technical support they need in the hotel’s 9 multifunctional meeting rooms, and leisure travelers will enjoy the added luxury offered by the hotel's fitness area with sauna and solarium. No matter what's on your agenda, NH Montevideo Columbia fits the bill.
View of the River Plate
Staff was unfriendly and seldom helpful; hotel is in desperate need of upkeep and maintenance. Food selection at restaurant is mediocre at best. No restaurant on weekends??? No air conditioner because they set to "cold climate conditions" on a set date regardless of what current weather conditions are outside. Hot and no air condition is hardluy expected from a hotel.
Perfectly located by the ocean, yet 5 minutes esay walk from city center. Nice decor, great lobby for coffee or bier opposite the ocean.GREAT OCEAN VIEW. I came for a business trip and found the hotel meeting and exceeding all my expectations. Elected to stay one more night during weekend. Will stay there again.
The hotel is somewhat outdated. I do not like the concrete architecture from teh 70's. The gym equipment was second grade.