|Space||1,367 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 4 nights|
This newly renovated 20th-Century building, located in the heart of the Mercado del Puerto a block few blocks away from Buquebus, is a home away from home. This fully furnished and equipped loft apartment consists of 127 built sqmts 31sqmts balconies and 65sqmts of unique private roof top terrace. Our loft consists of two bedroom suites full queen size beds, two private bathrooms with bidets and shower/tub combos, a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, 2 living room areas. Equipped with WiFi, cable, and much more. Once a week cleaning and utility expenses , are included except, for electricity to be charged at time of check out. Our offices are on the ground floor of the building to assist you in case of emergencies, along with a high end cafe The Lab. We have an array of alliances to offer wine tours, airport transfer, etc. We have a facebook page where we publish the dos and the donts to maximize your short or long term living.
Extra guests beyond 4 has a surcharge per day.
This newly renovated 19th-Century building, located near Mercado del Puerto and Buquebus, will feel like home.
The apartment is a two level loft space. There is a full kitchen, bright and luminous dining room and living room and 1 private bathroom, along with a huge bedroom on with a walk in closet and a private bathroom, with bidets and shower/tub combos on the first floor. There is a master bedroom with queen size bed with a private full bathroom, bidet, shower tub combo, and a third bedroom with two single beds in a mezzanine over looking the living room on the second floor.The apartment is fully furnished and equipped has a full laundry (washing machine and dryer as well terrace for hanging clothes). Its serviced with an alarm, fiber optics internet, wifi and direct TV.
The apartment host 4 guests, additional guests costs: LOW SEASON 10USD 1 EXTRA GUEST /20USD 2 EXTRA GUESTS
HIGH SEASON 20USD 1ST EXTRA GUEST/ 40USD 2 EXTRA GUESTS.
You also have a private terrace with a barbeque grill. The apartment is serviced with WiFi, Cable, alarm, water and electricity , all costs included except for electricity to be paid at time of check out according to consumption. There is a electrical meter for every apartment, upon check in we register reading and at time of chekc out, according to kilowatts consumed x 9,50pesos (apprix (27cents US currency) will give you the consumption ( average is about 2-4usd a day usd . As long as you do not use AC 24hrs.
Once a week two hour cleaning is included in price.
Our modernly furnished apartment will provide you with a comfortable place to relax when you are not out exploring the highlights of the Old City such as an art exhibit at the Banco Republica building, a bottomless meal at Mercado del Puerto or taking a walk on the Rambla.
We will provide you with information about the most popular attractions, phone numbers, maps and a few special surprises. You will be within walking distance to some of the best restaurants in Uruguay with chefs who trained in France, Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain and other top food cities across the globe. You will also be close to most of the top attractions in Montevideo.
Our offices are on the ground floor of this beautifully restored 4 temporary rent apartment building. in order to assist you in case if an emergency . We have a facebook page where we post daily events, favorite restaurants art galleries, etc...
https://www.facebook.com/UrbanHeritageUY. Please visit our page and let us know your thoughts.
I am a new Yorker, married to a Dane, as architect and enterpreneur both of us fell in love with the heritage quarters of Montevideo, and envisioned the development and restoration of this unique peninsula, we have brought in an array of investors and have restored abandoned buildings and brought them back to life, from the purchase of the building, set up of corporate companies, design and restoration and comercialization of the buildings themselves, we personally are involved in every step of the investment to garantee our investors the projected returns. And as we always put our money where our mouth is, we decided to buy and invest in this unique early 20th century building, we have fully restored it, turning it into a high end temporary rent apartments with and our office on the ground floor.
Both my husband and I have been expats in different parts ofthe world, and our mission is to breach the distance between our guests wishes and needs and the local culture, in order to garantee our guests a unique experience and discover all the treasure Uruguay has to offer.
I was born and raised in New York, USA but have been living in South America for the last 25 years, and as an architect my pasion is to restore the architectural gems found in my path, and transform this once abandond building into a contemporary space embraced within this unique early 20th century architecture.
Olenka Bethe purchased this apartment in 2012
This apartment not only is unique in its location, or its contemporary interiors and high end design, but it also has plenty of outdoors spaces, a common patio brings all tenants together where one can enjoy company of other travels who have common interests, and great tips. We are comitted 100% to the needs fo our guests, we have our offices on the ground floor, and have profesionals that work to perfect the experience.
We are comitted 100% to the needs fo our guests, Our offices are on the ground floor of our four fully furnished two bedroom apartments, so we can be available to cover the needs of our guests. We have a section with a huge array of brochures and services that can make your stay even better.
There is also a business center 5USD per hour/1USD per print with internet conection in th event you need to do some work.
We rent out phones 10USD per visit + the amount of USD for the minutes you would like to charge,(pay as you go).
We have various alliances with local services, such as drivers, tourist guides, bike rental companies, parking garages, etc, that allow us to offer special rates to our guests and assure to maximize the experience here in Montevideo.
There is a private terrace for each apartment with its own barbeque, so one can experiment the traditional Uruguayan parrilla, or share a barbeque with your neighbors, and make it a special evening, wining and dining with fantastic port views.
Security deposit 300USD may be paid at time of booking through paypal or in cash at time of checkout .All cost are included except for electricity that needs to be paid at time of check out according to consumption.There is a 30USD after office hours or weekend check in/out,
Cancel policy is a 50% reimbursement as long as the cancellation is carried out 2 weeks prior dates of stay.
My family and I stayed here for 9 nights. We were very happy with the service we received. The apartment was clean and spacious. Location was excellent as well. Sandra took care of all of our needs in a prompt manner. There is a coffee shop in the same building which was a nice touch. I would highly recommend this location to anyone wanting to stay in Montevideo.
My girlfriend and I just spent a month at Olenka and Jesper Bethe's spacious and fabulously renovated apartment 102. The apartment had all the amenities that one could wish for for a long stay. From the roof terrace we could see the cathedrals, the river, and the quaint and lovely streets of Heritage Quarter. Both Jesper and Olenka made us feel welcome and acted more like friends than hosts in telling us all about our new neighborhood. We took tango lessons in Montevideo, and, as the apartment is so large, we had plenty of room to practice. In the mornings, we took out coffee in a new and wonderful cafe right downstairs from the apartment. The apartment is located a block away from the Mercado del Puerto, a lovely and bustling market. If you are going for a long or a short stay in Montevideo, I can recommended this apartment and these hosts, Jesper and Olenka, completely and wholeheartedly. We had a blast!
We stayed at this apartment for one week in May and enjoyed every minute. The apartment has a street-front balcony where we sat and had a glass of wine, watching the passing parade below. It has an interesting layout--one of the bedrooms is upstairs next to a landing area with a TV and two chairs. The bed was firm and the linens were fresh.
The location is excellent--you can walk anywhere in the old town and the apartment is near two beautiful plazas and Calle Sarandi, a pedestrian street with great shops and restaurants.
You can also walk to the port and have a parilla lunch or empanadas. We went to Restaurant Jacinto three times--our favorite in Uruguay and only three blocks from the apartment.
The owners, Jesper and Olenka, were welcoming and helpful--in fact, they have created an excellent reference book for the apartment with listings of everything interesting in the area.
We rented bikes just two blocks away and rode on La Rambla, 11 miles one way and then back, stopping for lunch at El Italiano.
The apartment would be very comfortable for two couples as there is a bedroom on the first level and a bathroom. The only slight problem is if you prefer a firm mattress--the downstairs bedroom one would have been too soft for my husband who recently had back surgery.
Eigentlich ein sehr schönes Gebäude....
Die Lage sehr zentral, jedoch hatte man bei Ankunft den Eindruck, man ist in einer verlassenen heruntergekommenen Strasse angekommen. Es war Wochenende und die Bordsteine waren zum Teil nicht vorhanden - Strassenbauarbeiten.
Leider fand man zum einchecken für uns keine englisch sprachige Person, obwohl der Wochenend check-in zusätzlich mit 30 USD berechnet wird - check-out übrigens auch. Zusätzlich gabs auch noch Stromkosten extra - da hatten wir Glück, dass nicht alle Leuchten funktionierten.
Uns hat der Aufenthalt in Montevideo an sich gut gefallen, jedoch wäre es schöner gewesen, wenn das Appartment etwas geplegter (war nicht ganz so sauber) und liebevoller eingerichtet gewesen wäre - mehr so wie auf den Photos...das Bild das hier mit den gelben Lilien angezeigt wird - schön ordentlich und schön ist es leider in echt nicht.
Die besten Tage der Wände und Möblierung sind leider um.
Wir haben viele Appartements in gleicher Grösse in 4 Wochen Südamerikareise angemietet und hatten bei den restlichen immer sehr sehr gepflegte Räumlichkeiten und obenauf sogar Stadtpläne, Fahrpläne für hop-on, Bus-tickets und ne Flasche Wasser, Obst , Kaffee und Kekse für gleichen Preis oder weniger und ohne Nebenkosten ...
Deshalb für uns war das leider auf der Scala von 1-5 nur eine 2.
Schade, denn das Gebäude und auch das App. war mit sicherheit mal toll, als es frisch eingerichtet war.
I had the pleasure of staying in this gorgeous apartment in the Ciudad Vieja, a 2 bedroom/2 bath two-story spacious and well-appointed apartment with a full kitchen. High ceilings in the living area with french doors leading out onto the balcony made for a relaxed and luxurious feel. Great area filled with excellent restaurants and shops all within a few blocks. Highly recommend for business travelers and tourists alike. Can't wait to go back!
Great place to stay in Montevideo. Jesper and Olinka are wonderful hosts, and will make your stay in Montevideo quite pleasant.
The Heritage Quarters of Montevideo is flooded with tourists for its pedestrian friendly streets, it's unique architectural gems at the corner of every street from early 20th century cathedrals, apartment buildings to late 19th century houses. One is sumerged into the local vibe, it's culture, tastes, and sounds surround you constantly from the unique vibe of the Port market where thee are over 30 pariilla restaurants all under the roof of a late 19th century English industrial edifice, the scents sounds and flavors are so unique your mouth will water every time you think about your scrumcious lunch you had at the bar of Palenque, best spot , frontline to be spoiled by the parilleros, caretakers of the exquisite meats slowing brazing on the grill. The highest concentration of musuems are located in the Casco Antiguo all at walking distance for this peninsula is no more than 7 blocks wide and approx 14 blocks long flooded with pedestrian streets that are flanked with gourmet delights, shop till you drop....and enjoy the beautiful weather Montevideo enjoys 9 months of the year approximately.
Our favorite restaurants are Jacinto (Sarandi y Alzaibar), el Estrecho ( Sarandi y misiones) Es Mercat (colon y piedras) FOC ( 25 de Mayo ) Afternoon tea at Sinestesia, great musuems, MAPI (25 de Mayo y colon) Museo del carnaval,Museo Naval (rincon y misiones) Museo La Muralla, etc.
One cannot get lost for the main pedestrian street a must do runs from one end of the peninsula to Plaza Independencia. For opera and ballet lovers one finds the two most important theaters, Teatre Spdre with a magnifique orchestra director El Maestro Stefan Lano, and Teatro Solis.
El Patrimonio Antiguo de Montevideo está inundado de turistas por sus calles peatonales, de joyas arquitectónicas únicas en la esquina de todas las calles, de las catedrales de principios del siglo XX, de edificios, casas y apartamentos de finales del siglo XIX. Uno se sumerge en el ambiente local, en la cultura, los gustos y sonidos que rodean constantemente desde el ambiente único del mercado portuario donde son más de 30 restaurantes, todos bajo el techo de un edificio industrial Inglés de finales del siglo XIX, los sonidos, aromas y sabores son tan únicos que su boca le saldrá agua cada vez que piense en el almuerzo que tenía en el bar de Palenque, el mejor lugar, la línea de frente para ser echado a perder por los parrilleros, cuidadores de las carnes exquisitas frenando la brasería en la parrilla. La mayor concentración de museos se encuentran en el Casco Antiguo a poca distancia de esta península no es más de 7 cuadras de ancho y aproximadamente 14 bloques de largo inundado con calles peatonales que están flanqueadas con delicias gourmet y tiendas, además de disfrutar del hermoso clima Montevideo que dura aproximadamente 9 meses del año.
Nuestros restaurantes favoritos son Jacinto (Sarandí y Alzaibar), el Estrecho (Sarandí y Misiones) Es Mercat (Colón y Piedras) FOC (25 de Mayo) Té de la tarde en Sinestesia, grandes museos, MAPI (25 de Mayo y Colón) Museo del Carnaval, Museo Naval (Rincón y Misiones) Museo La Muralla, etc.
Es imposible perderse en Ciudad Vieja, la calle peatonal principal va de un extremo de la península a Plaza Independencia. Para los amantes de la ópera y el ballet se encuentran los dos teatros más importantes, el Teatre Sodre con un magnífico director de orquesta El Maestro Stefan Lano y Teatro Solís.