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B Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Friendly hotel staff trying doing there best to assist and prompt response to any complain's, stayed there during May 2015 enjoyed the sea front view great breakfast !!!! will suggest this small little hotel to any one !!! Will stay there again !!!

Just returned from Salvador. Spent two nights at this hotel and paid US160 per night in a double room. Reserved via but actual prices at the hotel were US45 per night....but surprises were just around the corner...Bathroom corners covered with black mold... underneath the vinyl flooring... City and hotel were full because of Fifa's World Cup. Recommend to those who enjoy filthy rooms!

it's one of the cheapest hotels in salvador, but it's very clean, it's a new building, the customer service is great and friendly, and it's right by the ocean. it's not close to any activities, but it's quiet and tranquil. i really like it there

You get what you pay for here. The room is clean, the wifi works, and the breakfast is ok. We did not pay much and it was for only one night until we could arrange our trip over to moro de sao paulo. The downside is location ( long bus ride into old town) and the very small room. We later stayed one extra night at a boutique hotel, but in the old part of town - more interesting but more expensive and not the safest place to be at night. Salvador is ok for 2 nights max , it needs some work to be more tourist friendly.

stayed at this hotel in march,good points,air con, tv, good showers,clean. bad points.the rooms smelt stale,breakfast,was poor gone off milk, gone off juices, choice got less each day,if not at front of hotel .rooms looked out at brick wall.not near any a less than desirable location.planned to stay for i week.we left our 2 rooms after 3 days.

Booked this hotel based on price and good review on some booking site. Worst thing about this property is its location which is in between famous sites like Barra or Itapua. So you are left for nowhere and paying more than your room rent for daily taxi charges. Bus connection is there but not very convenient. Though the hotel is just next to beach, the later itself is almost deserted and you do not have even a glimpse of famous Salvador spirit. The breakfast is just basic and full of calories. If you are diet conscious, there is nothing for you except tea and coffee. Reception is not of much help in planning for your day because of language issue. The only good thing about the hotel is free Wifi which has a good speed and available throughout the hotel . If you like jogging or walking on seafront in the morning, you have plenty of opportunity for the same. This is the other thing I liked about B. The existing review points at Trip Advisor truly reflect the state of affairs at B, and that is why hats off to it..

I could give a worst review, but wouldn't be fare, since there are simple issues to solve. #1) upon check-in you need to pay for the room... and it seems everywhere in the northeast is like this, what is unreasonable. They should only ask a copy of your ID/Passport upon arrival, the bill during check-out. #2) breakfast is terrible! and they do not have an excuse of small kitchen or poor facilities for doing it better, since I've being in other hotels with space problems that had a better breakfast to offer. I tip: make a set breakfast menu with options and let the client choose, also take advantage of restaurant beside to prepare the meals. #3) There are no queen beds, only twins. I find it terrible to have that hole in middle of the bed, since it's twins beds put together. #4) During my stay the lift was not working... ok, but why not hire a temporary employe to help people with their luggage!? It was terrible to carry my have one (I'm women so imagine the size of it with my 100s of pars of shoes) up stairs, up to second/third floor. #5) Internet is terrible, for someone reason, although it seems to have good cover, once you connect it's terrible, then you get to connect to the nearby B&B wireless. . Everything else was fine, and the staff was great.

Graças a Deus fiquei uma noite apenas. A base do turista creio eu é ser bem acolhido, ainda mais quando vc vai pra lugares que vc não conhece e nesse hotel os atendentes são mal humorados, despreparados, não sabem te motivar a desfrutar de Salvador e seu entorno.... brigam entre eles e não atendem bem seus clientes. Cheguei a noite no hotel e fui atendido super mal, pensei que fosse apenas a má vontade do fulano do horário noturno. De manhã a coisa não mudou e detalhes... camareira brigando com atendente na frente dos hospedes. Sinceramente agradeço aos céus q foi uma noite. Quartos básicos, elevador "estragado" dale subir escadas fiquei no 3 andar, café da manhã básico e espaço pequeno, ar condicionado fictício não gelava nada naquele quarto abafado e toalhas sujas... Olha galera se realmente quer ficar pela região da Amaralina, na mesma rua tem uma pousada (Pousada Amaralina) mais simples e que vale bem mais apenas pelo custo/beneficio e vc é super bem atendido e o legal cobram por horas se acaso precisar de meia diária a mais.

Hotel Limpo. Tratamento pouco córtez. Café da manhã Regular. A infra estrutura no entorno do hotel é bem limitado. Fora a praia, não há muitas opções de passeio. Praia com muitas pedras. Banho não muito seguro. Não voltaria

Pésima atención y ubicación ! Estuvimos en septiembre en dicho hotel , pésima atención del personal , cuando llegas a la recepción apenas te dicen Hola y el conocimiento de Idioma que tienen los recepcionista en nulo no se hacen entender ni les importa hablarte, amabilidad, brilla por su ausencia, tan siquiera te acompañan a la habitación con las valijas y siempre están de Mal humor . Nos dimos cuenta que la zona era peligrosa porque nos intentaron robar en la playa qué hay enfrente, nadie advierte que cerca de ahi hay una Favela . Los del hotel JAMAS nos informaron que era una zona peligrosa (lo cuál debería ser obligatorio, ya qué uno se confía y después queda con un sabor amargó de un país tan lindo) . La ubicación es lejos de todo . Lo único qué hay es una pizzería que deja mucho que desear . No vallan ni recomienden . Es preferible pagar un poco más y quedarse en la zona céntrica. Saludos

Avenida Amaralina, 74 Salvador BA

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour business center
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Amaralina, B Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of sights such as Paciencia Beach and House of the Red River. The 45 rooms at this 3-star hotel include minibars, TVs, and pillowtop beds. In central Salvador, the hotel is also close to Joventino Silva City Park and Itaigara Shopping Mall.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. For a nice break, mingle with other guests at the free daily manager's reception.


B Hotel's 45 soundproofed rooms provide minibars and phones. 21-inch TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Climb into a pillowtop bed with premium linens.

Property features

Guests of B Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and a TV in a common area. Self parking is offered for BRL 15 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables.

Room options

Superior Double or Twin Room, 1 Double or 2 Twin Beds

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Quarto Triplo Superior

Full 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Quadruplo Vista Mar

Twin 4 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

55% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 284 reviews