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All reviewsjean michelsanta teresafrench ownercharming boutique hotelrooms are hugeguanabara bayold mansiona wonderful place to staycobbled streetsfresh fruitpool areaexperience riogloria metrothe ground floornice pooljunior suitesmall hotel
Had my doubts whether this was going to be the right choice particularly as we were staying twice in total 5 nights. It turned out to be the right choice. The staff were great in particular Pauline and Valeria, their advice on the city and...More
We spent 4 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed it. The decoration is wonderful with a French "bourgeois" feel to it. The breakfast is fresh and healthy.
We particularly appreciated Valeria and Pauline who were both adorable, they helped organise our guide and also recommended some...More
We stayed here for 3 nights as part of our 2 week Brazil trip. We had quite high expectations based on the reviews we'd read and were not disappointed - this is truly an oasis of peace in an exciting but also chaotic city. The...More
I am always in search of unique places that represent a certain time in the history of the place I visit. We decided to venture off the main touristic road of Ipanema and Copacabana for a more private secluded but full of history setting. Santa...More
Mama Ruisa is a wonderful place to stay. I stayed in a Junior Suite. My suite, had its own balcony, a very large bedroom with high ceilings, a two-room bathroom (one room had a tub, sink, mirrors, etc.; the second had to toilet and a...More
Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.