Radisson Hotel Colonia del Sacramento

Washington Barbot 283,Colonia del SacramentoColonia70000,Uruguay
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Barrio Histórico
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Colonia del Sacramento Hotel near Barrio Histórico

Offering an outstanding waterfront location that is just steps from beaches and historic attractions, the Radisson Colonia del Sacramento is a perfect destination for your vacation. The hotel is near Barrio Histórico, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as sights like the Plaza de Toros and the lovely Rio de la Plata. In addition, the hotel is only a two-hour drive from Montevideo and a one-hour boat ride from Buenos Aires.

Nearby attractions include:

  • Barrio Histórico (1 block)
    The city's highlight is its beautiful historic district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of 17th- and 18th-century architecture that illustrates the blending of Portuguese and Spanish cultures.
  • Basilica of the Holy Sacrament (4 blocks)
    Don't miss seeing one of the country's oldest churches, built during the 17th century.
  • Beaches (1 block)
    If you're in the mood to sunbathe, relax on one of the beaches located within walking distance of the hotel, including Playa de Ferrando and Balneario Municipal.
  • Convento de San Francisco (5 blocks)
    The ruins of this convent, which was built during the 17th century, still remain today.
  • El Faro (5 blocks)
    This lighthouse, built during the 19th century from ruins of the Convento de San Francisco, is a great vantage point for viewing the city.
  • Granja Colonia (10 km)
    This unusual museum is filled with collections of items such as perfume bottles, pencils, ashtrays and more. Farm animals can be seen on the property as well.
  • Museo Portugues (6 blocks)
    Learn about life during Portuguese rule in Colonia del Sacramento at this museum. Exhibits include furniture, military uniforms, architecture and more.
  • Old City's Gate (8 blocks)
    This drawbridge was built in 1745, the year the city was walled, and served as its main entry point.
  • Plaza de Toros (6 km)
    Although bullfights were only held for a short time in this Spanish bull ring, it remains a must-see for many visitors.
  • Rio de la Plata (0.1 km)
    Enjoy beautiful views of one of the city's natural landmarks, located next to our hotel.