Aug 5 - Aug 6
The hotel complies with all basic needs, it is very clean and the staff is friendly. Rooms are kind of small, all TV channels are in portuguese, the breakfast was OK , but it could do better
Aug 7 - Aug 8
Close to music clubs in the Lapa and great rooms,service and breakfast
Aug 15 - Aug 16
I like to be on the hotel Everything is clean the one thing I don’t like you ask for something they didn’t bring
Sep 1 - Sep 2
Excellent beachfront property! Clean, quiet and comfortable rooms, great food options and a perfect beach for swimming.
Aug 9 - Aug 10
Excellent experience. Valet parking only ($6/day). Currency exchange at competitive rate. Unbeatable location in Barra Da Tijuca. Great view from top floor pool. Friendly and helpful staff, nearby restaurants, safe neighborhood. Rooms are spacious and look renovated. Breakfast is hearty and delicious. ...
Aug 5 - Aug 6
I have stayed in a number of different hotels around Barra. This one is my favourite so far, given the service/value for money ratio. Will stay here again.
Aug 27 - Aug 28
I was overall happy with this hotel. I wasn't paying for a 5 star so I didn't expect incredible. It was nice and clean. The staff was very helpful. They helped me out with a few things and they definately deserve a 5 star rating. Happy with this hotel.
Aug 28 - Aug 29
What I did not like is the high pressure sales to have you upgrade. Orbitz did a horrible job advertising the room's description. Had to pay over and above for an upgrade room that was fitted for handicap.
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