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Great place to stay when you're away from home and still miss some homely space. Wonderful staff. Wonderful owner! It's perfect and cheap for someone going to Rio for the first time or out of their country, for that matter. People out there are too...More
I had screwed up and booked a hotel about 3 hours north of Rio, so we ended up staying here, unfortunately due to the cup I guess prices already started to rise. We stayed in their only double room, which I am pretty sure was...More
I originally booked 4 nights at the hostel before going to a hotel to finish my trip of 14 days in Rio, but ended up staying 5 nights and cancelling the hotel reservation.
The hostel is in a nice leafy area surrounded by bars, cafes...More
My friend and I love this place. The location is perfect; it's convenient to go to many places; it's in a safe and nice neighborhood. Rooms are clean and tidy. The layout is unique.
The best part is the owner of the hostel. The guy...More
There are pros and cons there. Let's start with the pros. The location of the hostel is perfect, close to everything and easy to get to the subway and buses. The staff is nice as well. Now the cons. The room I stayed in had...More
In recent years, Botafogo has become one of the hottest neighbourhoods in Rio. It hosts many modern restaurants with contemporary food and many venues to listen to rock and electronic music. Its numerous bars and pubs make this area a great choice for anyone interested in a great nightlife experience - in fact, some bars in the area are open all night. Casa Daros, an art museum that showcases amazing artists from
Latin America, is a must see located in a historical building in Botafogo.