Red Hostel Montevideo offers big bedrooms, with good illumination and balconies. Bedrooms can be either single or double, and all are equipped with TV, Internet connection and heating. All bedrooms have individual lockers. There’s plenty of space to have the best stay in Uruguay.



Our "national" breakfast includes all things necessary to begin right your day: coffee, tea, juices, bread, jams, fruits and most important: mate and dulce de leche. Forget about getting up early for breakfast; Red Hostel Montevideo offers breakfast until 11 a.m.!



Red Hostel Montevideo counts with four Computers connected 24 hours, so you can chat, work, download photos, burn CD’s and DVD’s, without paying a cent! If you’re travelling with your laptop you’re going to find an excellent WI-FI service, available at the common room as well as in every room (double, single and dorms).



Everything can happen at the hostel’s terrace! It’s 400 m2 big, with grill, tables, chairs, hammocks, ping-pong table, sun and shadow. It’s an excellent place to enjoy the summer nights, making a barbecue or having drinks at the bar.



The new Red Hostel Montevideo kitchen is equipped with the essential elements to prepare your meal, such as oven, microwave, coffee machine and fridge, where you can safely leave your food. It is located on the terrace, so you can enjoy your meals outdoors. It also is a bright, spacious and comfortable room to cook.

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In a range of 150 m around the Red Hostel Montevideo, you will find:

San José Street

La Glorieta, tearoom and deli. San José 1448.
Terruño, Coffee-Restaurant. San José 1469.
Oriente, , Farmacy. Corner Ejido. This farmacy also is at the service to
El Correo – Post Office
La esperanza, autorservice.
Centro cultural Mercado de la abundancia, craft market (underground) and food square (second floor).
Centro Municipal de Fotografía (City Photography Centre).

Barrios Amorín street

• Methodist Church.

Calle Constituyente

Consorcio del Uruguay, Exchange Office.
Bromer, Exchange Office.
Red Pagos, cash dispensers
Pan y Ciruela, deli.
Telmex, telephone booth and ciber.
Iberpark, liquor and aperitif.

Av. 18 de Julio

Fotomartín, Photo development.
Bar el Gaucho pizza. Av. 18 de Julio 1449.
Western Union, money transference.
Discount Bank Uruguay, with Banred (cash point).
Expoferia, female and male clothes market, displayed in galleries.
Puestos de garrapiñada, ¡almost in every corner!
Newspaper and Magazine stands.
La Pasiva, restaurant.
Club Español, cultural centre.

Ejido Street

La Cigale, ice-cream parlor.
Chivilandia, restaurant of “chivitos” and pizzas.
Better Life, dry cleaner’s.
Museo de Historia del Arte (Museum of Art History).

Soriano Street

Panorámico de la Intendencia Municipal de Montevideo, viewpoint (22 floor).
Centro Islámico del Uruguay (Islamic Centre of Uruguay).

Santiago de Chile Street


El Altillo, bakery-deli-tearoom.
La Comuna, pub and rock club.
Supermercado "MC". Santiago de Chile 1248.