This hotel was probably built in the 1960s and still has an old-fashioned essence although it is very well maintained and has undergone some updates. It is in a busy downtown shopping area just blocks from the Teatro Amazonas and the harbor where Rio Negro/Amazon River tours…
We stayed for 3 nights at the Lider Hotel in June 2016. We arrived after 10pm and I will say the neighborhood was shut up tight and looked a little ominous on the cab ride. But once inside the hotel we were pleased with the accommodation. <Note, the hallways are NOT air…
This was a nice hotel with friendly personel but on the other hand pretty old. It was located in a very noisy neighbourhood. On the other hand, it was clean and as we only slept there it was pretty ok.
We stayed at the Lider for one night prior to a mission trip on the Amazon. Unfortunately, when we arrived, there was a power blackout in Manaus (not the hotel's fault, of course) so the only lights and a/c were in the lobby. What puzzled me was that the guy in the lobby…
This is a good hotel near the harbour, if you traveling on a low budget you could take this hotel because it was not that expensive! We payed 170 reais for both and stayed 2 days. The staff brings your luggage to your room and the staff is helpfully.
"Rooms facing the street are noisy but others are quiet."
"Ask for a room that does not face the street, will be quieter."
"Get a room that's not on the street side as the street is very noisy at night."
"Pretty comfortable rooms.."
"Rooms with double beds are very small. Rooms with three beds are much more comfortable."