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We stayed 3 days in this lovely Hotel in Central Rio. It was a very plesant stay. Location is very good. Close to Lapa, just few streets away with all the samba bars, and restaurants. Metro station is very very close and very cheap ,...More
I've known Hotel Ok, in Rio, for a very long time. It used to be one of those decadent downtown places. However, afer it has been restaured it became a must. It's located in a very nice spot dowtown Rio with very confortable old style...More
Well,due to logistic issues/overbooking of hotels due to the Pope visit in Rio,my company booked this hotel for me.The time to check in in a sort of medieval reception,they escort me to the room through a medieval lift completely dirty and full of any kind...More
The hotel has been booked by my company so it wasn't my choice. Very central position but the main entrance is on a skunky street with trash, garbage and drunks at night.
The hotel itself is a bit outdated and needs to be refreshed. I...More
Booked for 30 Buffet lunch Saturday. We had one end of the restaurant which worked quite well and for R$36 each the selection was pretty acceptable but nothing to write home about. I was supprised that they run out of one type of beer after...More
Downtown Rio is the place where this city was born. With modern skyscrapers sharing space with historical buildings and landmarks, this neighbourhood is living proof that the old and the new can live together harmoniously. As you would expect, downtown is where all major companies house their offices. However, the region isn’t restricted to businesses. Gems such like the “Paço Imperial,” which is a cultural centre that
used to serve as a residence for governors of Brazil, can be found here. Pedra do Sal, a Monday night street party, is also in this neighbourhood. This landmark is the birthplace of samba and is famous for its “roda de sambas” (“dance circles”). Stop in for one and get closer to discovering where Brazilian happiness comes from.