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We wanted to stay at the mango tree longer but since they were booked, we moved to Yaya for 3 nights. It was just okay--really expensive for what you get. Our room had AC, but was tiny and the shared bath was always dirty or...More
We've stayed during last holly day. First of all I'd like to put that I'm not a cleaning freak. I've been to almost 10 hostels in different countries. They classifies themselves as Bed & Breakfast. They should be just bed. They're definitely a hostel. The...More
YAYA disappointed me and my girlfriend during our stay in Rio. YaYa's greatest attribute is its location. Yaya failed to provide accurate information during the booking process, comfirming multiple prices. When we arrived our room was occupied and we were put in another room of...More
The staff at Yaya are friendly, and my room was good-sized. Rooms in Rio are pretty expensive, and the value at Yaya wasn't great, but it was about average for Rio. Breakfast is only adequate; they give you a voucher for the little diner next...More
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State of Rio de Janeiro >
Rio de Janeiro >
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Bed And Breakfast Yaya Rio Hotel ,
B&B Yaya Rio Hotel Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
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Ipanema is considered Rio's crown jewel. It offers the best view of the sunset from Arpoador and is inspiration for the legendary song, “The Girl from Ipanema.” Ipanema is an upscale area, home to many high-end restaurants and luxury shops, many of which can be found on the charming Garcia d'Ávila Avenue. The neighbourhood is very rich culturally, housing many art galleries that show contemporary art. There
is also a great variety of nightlife in the neighbourhood, which buzzes with many options for every taste.