Pamper yourself at our Rio de la Plata waterfront hotel
Situated along the banks of the Rio de la Plata in one of Uruguay’s oldest cities, Radisson Hotel Colonia del Sacramento is the perfect destination for a rejuvenating retreat. Walk to the beach or to Colonia’s 17th-century Historic Quarter which offers several UNESCO World Heritage sites to explore.
Make yours a relaxing vacation as you unwind in one of four hot tubs, two saunas or our infinity-edge pool that overlooks the river. In the evening, you can enjoy international dishes at our on-site restaurant, and then relax with a good book in our reading lounge. Our amenities and services include:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Pool overlooking the bay
- Two hot tubs
- Dry sauna
- Solarium, terrace and reading lounge
- Massages (fee applies)
- Room service (fee applies)
- Valet laundry service
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2016 President's Award
Our hotel rooms
Kick back in air-conditioned comfort in one of our 75 guest rooms and suites, featuring Brazilian wood furniture and free Wi-Fi. Standard room highlights include:
- Free Wi-Fi
- LCD TV with cable
- Room service
- Comfortable armchair
Celebrating with someone special? Reserve a Junior Suite, and enjoy a hydro-massage bathtub, a king bed and spectacular river views.
Bars & restaurants
Indulge in delicious international flavors at Del Carmen Resto & Lounge Bar, which offers satisfying main dishes as well as soups, salads and desserts. Sit by one of our dining room’s large windows to watch the ships go by on the Rio de la Plata as you savor a glass of wine. Our breakfast buffet includes an expansive spread of fresh fruit and bread as well as hot items. Breakfast is also available via room service.
Things to do in Colonia del Sacramento
Situated beside the mighty Rio de la Plata just across from Buenos Aires, the city of Colonia del Sacramento is a peaceful retreat with beautiful beaches, parks and river promenades. Founded in 1680 as a Portuguese colony, the city practically breathes history. Don’t miss these popular attractions:
Barrio Histórico – A seven-minute walk from our hotel’s front door, Colonia’s historic district offers pedestrian-friendly cobblestone streets, 17th-century architecture, and several quaint shops and restaurants. Highlights of the old city include La Calle de los Suspiros (Street of Sighs) and the Puerta de la Ciudadela, an enormous stone gate complete with a drawbridge.
Basílica del Santísimo Sacrament Sacramento – Just four blocks away, this parish church was originally established in 1680 with the current building constructed in 1810. It has undergone several restorations over the centuries, including one to repair damage done by lightning. The basilica reflects the unadorned simplicity of its historic roots, though it also houses many interesting works of sacred art.
El Faro de Colonia – Only a 10-minute walk from the hotel, this historic lighthouse dates back to 1857 and still functions today. Climb the 118 steps for panoramic views of the city and the expansive Rio de la Plata.
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Plan your next meeting or event
Planning a social event or a corporate meeting in the Colonia del Sacramento area? Reserve one of the Radisson’s three meeting rooms, which include the 12-person Pedro Vasconcellos Room and the impressive Almirante Guillermo Brown Room that seats up to 150. Audiovisual equipment, free Wi-Fi and professional catering services are available.
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