Parque Hotel Jean Clevers

Punta del Este has been from the beginning surrounded by urban trails whose neat perspective seem to be taken straight out of the screen.

Each neighbourhood has its own style, "San Rafael" and "Parque de Golf" dominates the Gothic Tudor and "Quincha" (type of roofs), rustic cedar and painted bricks distinguish "Cantegril"splendid railings between colonial balconies framed to the “Peninsulaâ€, and the "Lido" neighbourhood within an elegant surrender with the majestic Villa D'Aremberg built in 1945 and the historic "Parque Lido"or "Parque Jean Clevers"known with this name due to the pseudonym of a Belgian writer Don Ernesto Lewy.