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Hotel las Brisas in La Pedrera

During our one week stay in Uruguay, we had the pleasure of spending two nights in La Pedrera - a charming beach town. We spent 2 nights in the Hotel Las Brisas; it more than met our high expectations. We wished we had planned for a few more nights there, and we plan to return next year.

From the moment of arrival you feel welcomed into a calm and lovely atmosphere - the pleasant lobby and dining area with charming, lovely gardens beyond, and the gentle sounds of music competing pleasantly with birdsong. The staff could not have been more helpful or kind.

Our excellent room was large, clean and comfortable, with fabulous views of two directions from the floor to ceiling glass doors. The balcony was perfect. It was all Very Zen. We enjoyed breakfast on our balcony and in the garden, and had a very good dinner one evening in the hotel tea room.

I recommend this hotel, and La Pedrera, to any visitors to this part of Uruguay.

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