Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Felipefrom Montevideo
Nice building, quality not up to standardsPosted Sep 17, 2013
Pros: Location, buildgin, surroundings, horseback riding very good (and pricey)
Cons: Quality of Service. Restaurant! The selection of tea being serves is terrible ... bring your own tea if you care for it.
Location: Bicycling around. Puerto Camacho the highlight. Excellent horseback riding experience in nearby farm (although pricey). Narbona for lunch and visit.
Restaurant was regular quality and the prices were outrageous. The hotel is in need of better maintenance (overall look and leaks during rain). Not up to Four Seasons standard.
for Everyoneby Davefrom Keene, NY
A nice 2 or 3 night quiet break from Buenos AiresPosted Feb 26, 2012
Pros: The main pool and room service. Nicely designed place. Quiet.
Cons: The bed mattress was too soft for my comfort. Poorly functioning drains.
Location: A remote quiet place, off by itself in a forest by the river. Not a lot of people. Plenty of space.
The rooms are very spacious and pleasant. Service was occasionally weak (eg pool bar), but other times excellent (eg room service). There were small maintenance issues like the outdoor shower drain left you standing in water....small things...it isn't a new hotel. The pool is wonderful, a huge 3 tiered square, with plenty of space for everyone. The food was good but not remarkable. The spa is nice and there is also a large indoor heated pool and a decent gym. There are tennis courts, a golf course and horses are available. It is located in a pine and eucalyptus forest that is very fragrant, nice unless you are allergic to it. The river shore is accessible but not a place you want to swim. Access to the hotel is via a fast ferry, only 1 hour from Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay and then a 1 hour drive (they meet you at the boat if you like). So it is a nice 2 or 3 night break from Buenos Aires busy streets. Relative to Argentina, prices in Uruguay is expensive and the Four Seasons is no exception.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Miami, FL
Totally Sweet and AwesomePosted Nov 1, 2011
Fantastic property, beautiful setting, great staff, tons of activities, extremely relaxing. Have them make a reservation for you at Finca Narbona. Pet the tegus. We went in off-peak/shoulder season so there was a lot of renovation going on -- can only assume it will be even better in peak season.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Guatemala
Four Season in Carmelo Uruguay - HoneymoonersPosted Feb 15, 2011 on Hotels.com
For our honey moon we spent 3 nights at the Four Season at Carmelo, Uruguay. Our room was very spacious were we spent quite some time. The staff was excelent at making our experience just delightfull. Food was very good, not excelent, but very good. There are not many choices in Carmelo to have a nice dinner, so the hotel's restaurant was practically the only choice, but its nice atmosphere and excelent service made it very enjoyable. We enjoyed the pool many hours, having some drinks and finger food, the empanadas were incredible.