The hotel offers an all inclusive package which doesn't include the expensive beverages at the hotel (imported spirits and wines in general, but includes Brazilian caipirinha: foreigners, don't worry!) and doesn’t cover the Nativa Beach bar, which supposed to be the Hotel's beach facility. The place where the Nativa bar is located and the food are very nice, there is a free transportation (it's quite far from the hotel) that takes guests from the hotel to the Nativa Beach and vice-versa, but you need to pay everything there.
There is a nice beach in front of the hotel, but the kiosks that offer food and drink there, as well as umbrelas and chairs for their customers, are apart from the hotel, there are any support from hotel staff at the closest beach.
The accommodation that we were hosted is very spacious and well equipped, including a private balcony with a hammock. Service could be better, but it is the average at the hotels there. The food is good, but is not excellent. If you can, it's possible taste fantastic Brazilian seafood in many places near or at the city.
Overall, the place is one of the best package of benefits for the price.
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- Also Known As:
- La Torre Hotel Porto Seguro