Ratings based on 18 Verified Reviews

3.9 out of 5
89% of guests recommend
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Colorado

Dr. Seuss having coffee with Picasso

Posted Dec 27, 2015
This hotel is hard to describe but it definitely worth a 1 or 2 night stay. Dr. Seuss may have helped design it but this does not mean it is super kid friendly. It is more like you have jumped inside one of his illustrations when you are there. Quiet and great ocean views but no direct access to sand. Public beaches with parking are 10 minutes away and have nice shallow shores with hard packed sand, good for soccer and jogging. Rooms vary in size so you might ask for a different room if the size feels wrong for your party.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Unique hotel, piece of living vibrant art

Posted Nov 24, 2014
Pros: Everything apart from lack of car parking
Cons: Car parking
Made very welcome, enjoyed the visit, parking is an issue
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by Michael from Manchester, NH USA

Hotel casapurblo

Posted Mar 11, 2014
Pros: The architecture. Outstanding.
Cons: The rooms are dated and do not expect to have a luxury experience. Adequate but nohing special. The view from the windows and balcony is impressive!
Location: Beach, views, Punta del Este. Plenty to do nearby.
The hotel is a work of art and a must to see if you are in Uruguay and near Punt del este. Easy to get to and the views of the water, beach and coastline are outstanding. We selected hotel as it was quite different from the norm.
2 out of 5
by DJ from uk

Great views and architecture badly run hotel

Posted Jan 17, 2014
Pros: Location, views and unique architecture.
Cons: Standard of service, quality of food, price of food and drink, later check out time, 10am and high charges for later are unacceptable.
Location: Walk to the point, watch the sunset, chill out. Use the pools and try and relax.
Good room and clean and great views. One swimming pool was very dirty, lifts were often not available, poor quality food at outrageously high prices and drinking water also at outrageously high prices. The hotel takes full advantage of its isolated location and marks up very high the prices of all essential items. You might be best to make an excursion to watch the sunset but go by car and fond another hotel that takes pride in its service and doesn't take advantage and over charge. I won't go back to stay there.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by Guilherme from New York

Good location and architecture. Poor service.

Posted Oct 22, 2013
Pros: Location, architecture and calm environment.
Cons: Service is poor and menu at the restaurant is very limited.
Location: Located in the calm Punta Ballena, a place 10 minutes away from Punta del Este. Enjoying the hotel is the only thing to be done at this location.
I stayed 2 days during the weekend. The weather was nice and the hotel location did not disappoint. However, the service and restaurant disappointed. Nobody to serve guests in the swimming pool or any other location of the hotel, except the restaurant. Checkout at 10am for a weekend hotel was also a negative surprise (50% room rate to extend to 2pm!). Overall experience was ok...more disappointed than surprised on the upside. There are better options to stay in Punta.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by becca from Bujumbura

Awesome sculpture hotel

Posted Sep 27, 2013
Pros: Everything
Cons: Update the gym and some of the kitchen appliances
Location: Close to punta del esye but more tranquil. Whale and bird watching.
Each room is unique. The views are awesome. The staff is helpful and friendly. We were treated marvelously and it eas such a fun iconic place to stay. The pools are great too.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Danny305 from Miami, FL

WoW...what a view! Hotel is a work of art.

Posted Mar 7, 2013
Pros: The hotel itself and the view.
Cons: The cheap garbage in the bathroom and the cheap plastic chairs on the balcony.
Location: The location is the selling point. Secluded yet 15 minutes from the center of Punta Del Este.
I travel to Uruguay every few years to visit family and have always wanted to stay at this hotel. I am so glad we did. The hotel is stunningly beautiful and magical. Nothing like I have ever seen before. The hallways look like caves, the room we stayed in was HUGE, and the view is just spectacular. The hotel itself is a work of art and everyone that views my pictures are amazed. The parking is a bit of a hassle because there just isn't any parking on a cliff. There are a lot of tourist visiting the hotel museum and punta ballena (they bus them in there) but I didn't feel like it was a big deal because the hotel area is much more private. The only issue I had with the hotel was some of the small details. For example, the tiny bathroom garbage they had was the type that you step on and the lid opens. Well, it was so darn cheap that it didn't work and I found myself lifting the lid with my hands. Also the balcony chairs were cheap plastic ones and my girl sat on one and the leg broke and could've gotten hurt. If I'm spending $250 a night they could spend a little more money on those small details. Overall, the experience while we were there was what mattered. The free breakfast was great and the wifi worked well in the room. The room was two stories with full kitchen and bedroom downstairs and so unique. We spent 3 nights there and out of all the hotels we stayed at in Uruguay and Argentina, Hotel Casa Pueblo was our favorite just because of the amazing surroundings.
4 out of 5
for Families
by A verified traveler


Posted Dec 27, 2012
Pros: The view! Sunset! You get to stay in a beautiful work of Art! My kids loved the pools
Cons: Dirty floors.
Location: Perfect!
An incredibly beautiful spot on the planet! The view of the ocean from our room was amazing. The architecture if the hotel is amazing. I loved walking through all of its passages and corridors. Breakfast is good. The room was bigger than we thought with a full kitchenette. Our bed was comfortable and we loved our little patio with beach view. The kids beds were also comfortable and they turned the beds down nightly. The only things was the carpet in our room turned our feet black. Yuck! That aside, I would definitely go back. We thought the staff was friendly and helpful, but never had anything out of the ordinary we requested.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Tucson, AZ

very fun time

Posted Dec 3, 2012
Casapueblo is a one of a kind hotel. If you want to pay a little extra for a unique, historic spot - this is it. Most people who go to Puenta Del Este visit here ... why not spend a night? It is charming and unique. The food & the service were very good, the art and architecture lovely. A very fun time.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Rustic but visually stunning

Posted Jan 7, 2012
Very unique. Come for the hotel, but recognize that the hotel is "rustic", the restaurant and service poor. But amazing as well visually. On the whole I would recommend.