Montevideo, Uruguay

Alma Histórica Boutique Hotel

Rates from (ex tax)$132.00

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Classic Room

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Each room is named after a singer, actor or artist. All have a flatscreen TV, minibar and air-conditioning. Find grand gilded flourishes in Trinidad Guevara (named after a Uruguayan actress), alongside bright red fabrics, wood floors and views of the Museum of Decorative Arts. There’s a balcony and a cherry-hued bathroom with a glass-walled shower. The Don Juan Manuel room (named after a local painter) is sky-blue, with wood floors and antique furnishings. The ensuite has a walk-in shower. The Horacia Quiroga room pays homage to the writer with jungle-green hues (after his Tales of the Jungle) a desk and a vintage typewriter. Aviator Cesareo Berisso gets sky-toned walls, vintage navigation knick-knacks and goggles. Sculptor José Belloni’s room mixes taupes and creams with ornate antiques and prints of his work.

Superior Room

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
All rooms are named after South American icons, and have a flatscreen TV, minibar and air-conditioning. Artist Pedro Figari’s namesake has cream tones and a palette mounted on the wall. Tango singer Julio Sosa’s handsome burgundy-and-white room has vintage suitcase shelving, poetess Delmira Agostini’s room is as seductive as one of her poems: a button-back headboard and chandelier offer some old-school glamour, and there are two private balconies. Poet Juana de Ibarbourou’s room is equally pretty, dressed in plum tones, with a chic patterned mirror, vintage paperbacks and hand-mirrors hung on the walls. Composer Gerardo M Rodriguez’s abode has tan shades, exposed brick and music sheets scattered about. Picasso’s muse, Susana Soca, is bestowed a room with a turquoise boudoir, a balcony and art deco furnishings. Footballer Hector Scarone’s room is painted pitch green, with a vintage football and boots. And sculptor Don José Luis’ tribute is a masculine room with splashes of rich red and wooden floors.

Suite

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Jack of all trades, Carlos Gardel is paid homage to with a chic grey and navy room, with wooden floors and red accents. There’s a large private terrace and vintage ceramics on display. Joaquin Torres Garcia (writer and constructivist artist) has a handsome red and grey suite too, with vintage furnishings and hardwood floors.