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We had been sent here through a tour company. We arrived around 6am and requested an early check-in. They said they could accommodate us for an addition 100 reals which they said was half of the standard rate (I later found that was actually the...More
Good location and connectivity (3 blocks from Copacabana beach and 2 from subway station).
Very good service. Drinks service to swimming pool. Sauna, small gym. Clean rooms. Very good buffet breakfast until 10am. Some rooms are in construction, so it was a little noise around...More
Hotel is close to copa cabana beach. The hotel has friendly hotel attendant that speaks multiple languages. The hotel does money exchange as well. Breakfast is pretty good. The rooms are clean for the most part except for one sheet on one of the beds...More
A quick stay upon arrival in Rio.The hotel is older,could do with an upgrade in parts but for what we paid was good value.The facilities are limited,rooms average sized,a bit of a walk to Copacabana,but hotel is pretty central for shopping. Nice staff.If you can...More
Good location, just 4 blocks from the beach. That's about everything positive about this "hotel". Amazing how they never ever changed a detail of the furniture ,floor or bathrooms in 40 years....except for the more than up-to-date pricing.
Very noisy,very crowded. Their rooftop pool is...More
The rowdy Copacabana is one of the most traditional and old areas from Rio de Janeiro. This neighbourhood is a blend of Brazilian soul - crowded, rowdy and traditional. This neighbourhood has a bit of everything: bars with music, pubs, street fairs, chaotic streets, and many shops. All these things and more live side-by-side. There are options for all price points and tastes. However, the most powerful
draw in Copacabana is still the fantastic view of the coast and the incredible beaches.
You need a European-style two-pin adaptor (the round pins) but sockets are recessed, so you do need one with the six-sided bit that sticks out. One of the global adaptors which works anywhere in the world is best. An adaptor... More
You need a European-style two-pin adaptor (the round pins) but sockets are recessed, so you do need one with the six-sided bit that sticks out. One of the global adaptors which works anywhere in the world is best. An adaptor designed solely for use in Europe probably won't fit as most of them don't have the bit which sticks out!
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"Not sure if other floors are better but the 10th floor is still old."