Stay near the best things to do in Montevideo, including the Rambla

Boasting a sought-after location across from Plaza Independencia, Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza Hotel places you within walking distance of the area’s top things to do. Take a five-minute stroll from your modern room to pose for photos in front of the landmark Solís Theatre, a stunning Neoclassical building dating back to 1856. If you want to explore the city like a local, head to Mercado del Puerto, where you can sample smoked meats, or amble along the world’s longest continuous sidewalk, the Rambla, which follows the picturesque coastline. The charming shops and streets of Ciudad Vieja beckon visitors to enjoy old-world ambience and ornate architecture. For more cultural attractions, don’t miss Iglesia Matriz basilica, one of the city’s oldest buildings.

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Ciudad Vieja

0.42 mi / 0.68 km from the hotel
The Old City of Montevideo is a thriving neighborhood teeming with shops, markets, restaurants, and nightclubs.

Iglesia Matriz

0.27 mi / 0.44 km from the hotel
Consecrated in 1804 and dedicated to the Immaculate Conception and Montevideo's patron saints, Philip and James, this neoclassical Roman Catholic church welcomes worshipers and visitors alike.

Mercado del Puerto

0.71 mi / 1.14 km from the hotel
Get a taste of regional fare in this bustling food market, and enjoy live entertainment from a variety of musicians and painters who showcase their art among the restaurants.

Museo del Gaucho y de la Moneda

0.27 mi / 0.44 km from the hotel
Located in a stunning 19th-century mansion, this museum allows guests to view unique gaucho artifacts ranging from horse gear to mate gourds, as well as past currency.

Plaza Independencia

0.04 mi / 0.06 km from the hotel
Home to Artigas Mausoleum, Plaza Independencia commemorates José Artigas, who secured Uruguay's independence from Spain. The plaza also divides Ciudad Vieja from downtown Montevideo.


2.95 mi / 4.75 km from the hotel
Gaze at the picturesque views as you stroll along this bustling coastal road that begins in Montevideo's Old City and stretches to the city's opposite end.