Uruguay Hotel Reservations Have Tripled Over The Past Decade

Patrick Archer foreign investment, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

The number of tourists coming to Uruguay has doubled over the past decade, while the number of Uruguay hotel reservations has tripled, according to new information from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Between January and September, Tourists Spent US$570 Million In Uruguay Hotels, is the headline of Luis Custodio’s detailed analysis of the rapid evolution of Uruguay’s hotel sector over …

Uruguay New Hotel Construction Wave Moves Beyond The Coast

Patrick Archer foreign investment, hotels & casinos, real estate, tourism, uruguay

The recent wave of Uruguay luxury hotel construction and renovation continues rising and spreading from Montevideo and Punta del Este into the country’s previously underserved interior. The current boom was set into motion with the approval of pro-tourism legislation in 2007 when the only luxury hotels could be found in coastal areas like Montevideo, Maldonado and Colonia. Today, Uruguay has …

Paz E Sossego: Montevideo An Emerging Refuge For Brazilians

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This today, according to Parana Online’s Marcio Barros who pens a detailed analysis of Montevideo’s allure for a growing number of tourism and business-minded Brazilians. “Montevideo is a charming city with an ideal tranquility for those who are searching for some peace and quiet. Located in the southern part of the country, the Uruguay capital is the Latin American city …

Uruguay Opens Casino College to Support Gaming Growth

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From Argentines to Brazilians to North Americans, casinos have always been a major attraction for gaming-minded visitors to Uruguay. Now with some Punta del Este casinos doing more business than their Vegas counterparts and a high-profile Montevideo casino on the verge of opening this year, Uruguay is taking a novel approach to finding and grooming future croupiers. The Casino College recently …