Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Brasilia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Phenicia Bittar Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Phenicia Bittar Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a minibar and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as paid wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Nearby landmarks such as Clube do Choro (0.3 mi) and Planetário de Brasília (0.6 mi) make Phenicia Bittar Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Brasilia.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Brasilia filet mignon restaurant such as Coco Bambu Lago Sul, which is a short distance from Phenicia Bittar Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Brasilia, check out one of the art museums, such as Caixa Cultural Brasília and Museu de Arte Moderna.
Phenicia Bittar Hotel puts the best of Brasilia at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel is a 4 stars hotel, but nothing more than a normal hotel. Some places inside the hotel, such as corridor, are a little durty, and elevators seems to be very old and in a bad maintenence. Breakfast has a good offer of fruits, and it is better comparing the overview of the hotel. I arrived very late at night and it was only one room available.
I stayed three nights. Room very basic and bathroom even more basic! Breakfasts very simple in a basement with no view. Staff just doing their job: not attentive, nor friendly. And this has nothing to do with language as my colleague with me is a Brazilian.
I know conditions were cramped in Brazil for the World Cup, but these guys were nowhere near ready to open for business. There were dozens of buckets in the lobby to catch water leaking from the ceilings. Wifi in the rooms was insanely expensive (equivalent to 20+ US dollars per day), and you had to pay for wifi in the lobby as well (though it cost slightly less). The room was absolutely freezing and air conditioning was on full blast - despite it being a comfortable temperature outside (70 degrees), and there was no way to open a window to let some of the cold air out. The shower temperature was also incredibly inconsistent. Finally, the front desk was really unhelpful - terrible English (I've stayed in several cities in Brazil in much more remote locations that had staff with at least passable English) and tried to delay our checkin despite our reservation guaranteeing checking in by 3pm. This was the worst hotel we stayed at during a month-long trip in Brazil.…
This hotel tries to pass as a 4 star superior hotel, but really falls short of 2 stars. If you are looking for 1-2 star accommodation and for some miracle gets a fair price, then go for it. Otherwise, really avoid. Where to start? The service is a nightmare, reception staff absolutely unprepared, I never faced this type of service in hostels! Elevators are scary, to say the least, it is in need of dire refurbishment. Walls are too thin, and as elevators are noisy and keeps beeping every time a door is open, you will be luck to get any sleep. Restaurant don't really work at night, TV doesn't have even open channels (what??), poor breakfast, in the basement. Rooms are wide, but smells like mold and air freshner, bathroom ceiling was broken.
The hotel has a great localization, but is stuck into the 60's. Since arriving at the hotel we were scared about the conditions of the lobby. Very, very old carpets with fainting colors , and a liking air conditioning dripping at one garbage can, right into the main entrance... Arriving into the room, we were scared, the whole decoration was old, looking like a cheap motel. The carpets were filthy, the bathroom ceiling was broken so you could see the cement and wires. The smell of air freshener stuck into the nose during the whole stay. One good part is that we had hot water for shower, at least for some hours. Breakfast was simple and honest, but not enough staff to keep the tables clean, so we ate into a table full of bread crust. By that you already feel that there was not a good value for money. We spend R$600,00 / ~US 250 per night, during one of the world cup games. Even thou, was not worth it! During normal days should not be over R$70,00 ~US 30. I totally do not recommend it, unless this is your one and only choice!…