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Coffee without orange juice, tapioca and ice. We were waiting for it (only orange and ice) because they bought outside the hotel. This kind of mistake is not acceptable.
I were here one year before and it was wonderful. This time we are facing with...More
The hotel is very charming, the staff is always keen to help and very friendly. The location is just perfect as its just 5min walk from the village center. We can easily enjoy the quietness of being outside the main tourist attraction and at the...More
We are a family of 6, we visited Praia do forte, from salvador and were so pleased we decided to stay a night... The poussada was really first class in its attention to detail...food was really good, and the service was of a 5 star...More
We were delighted with the Poussada- really a chic boutique hotel, we have stayed in Rio, Recife - Olinda, and Salvador...so seen a few Poussada's! For a short stay it was fantastic, and for a quad room for the children the rate was great, also...More
I have just been at Refugio da Vila, Praia do Forte in august and it was a perfect chioce. The hotel amenities are beautifully integrated with the green Brazilian nature, using local woods and ideas that although simple, show you that local design is a...More
If you were going for longer, I would split your stay. As you're not, I think it comes down to what your priorities are. If you want to spend most of your time on the beach, it is beautiful, unspoiled but fairly remote... More
If you were going for longer, I would split your stay. As you're not, I think it comes down to what your priorities are. If you want to spend most of your time on the beach, it is beautiful, unspoiled but fairly remote. Access to it other than through the hotels is only by walking from the town beach. We opted to stay at Refugio, which gives you more of a feel for the place and you are with the local people. We spent time on the local beach which was lively, vibrant but definitely not as beautiful in the traditional sense. You can walk along the beach to the beautiful part. It takes about 30 minutes. It has a feel of being owned by the hotels, although is not.