|Address||Rambla República de México esq. Arocena, Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Owner||Carrasco Nobile S. A.|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Gastón Mallet, Jacques Dunant|
|Hotel Casino Carrasco|
For decades it was a landmark of luxury for tourists visiting Montevideo. Because of eventual deterioration of the building, it was closed in the late 1990s.
In 2007 started the bidding for a public contract for its restoration and operation. By the end of 2009, it was finally adjudicated to Carrasco Nobile SA, a consortium led by the Codere Group together with international investors Global Partners and AGG. They designated Sofitel of the French chain Accor as the hotel operator. The hotel re-opened its doors in March 2013.
According to El País, the opening of this building brings with it a whole revolution in the neighbourhood of Carrasco, with many real estate and business investments.
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