See why so many travellers make Fusion Hplus Express+ their hotel of choice when visiting Brasilia. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Brasilia's most popular landmarks, such as Itamaraty Palace (1.4 mi) and Santuario Dom Bosco (1.5 mi), Fusion Hplus Express+ is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a rooftop terrace and room service while staying at Fusion Hplus Express+. In addition, Fusion Hplus Express+ offers a rooftop pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Brasilia trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some lobster can head to Coco Bambu Lago Sul. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as N.O.A.H - Eat. Drink. Fun., Árabe Gourmet, or Yalla Falafel.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as Caixa Cultural Brasília and Museu de Arte Moderna.
At Fusion Hplus Express+, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Brasilia.
This is the first and only Brasilian hotel I have stayed at. Property was clean. Room was clean. Kichenette was really nice in the room. Breakfast, included, was good. The restaurant was also very nice. Room layout was good. Mattress less than average for business hotels. The issues that lowered the score and made this unacceptable were: 1) Internet was intermittent and unusable in the evenings. Completely out for hours on other days. Seemed to be a load issue. For me internet is more important than electricity for light. Other minor things. 2) sink backed up. - Not corrected for the 5 days I was there. 3) Colleague was given a room that was cigar contaminated - had to switch rooms. 4) Hot water was not hot. 5) I used a coffee capsule for the Keurig style (nice) coffee. Was not replaced for 4 days. 6) The desk staff did not speak English, French, German or Chinese, my only working languages. I can't recommend a hotel without reliable internet for business. I also noted that the room electricity was mandatory cut when the guest leaves the room. I had left my laptop on which had the result of running the battery dead. If there was a live plug to recharge laptop, etc. when the guest is in the room, it should be more clearly identified.…
This hotel is close enough to 2 shopping centres, bus/metro station so location is fantastic. However, the service is the problem. (1)Some of the reception staff do not speak English. (2)Staff at the breakfast are so lazy (every day), they do not clear or clean the tables at all. I have noticed that some of the Portuguese speaking guests who wanted to sit at the window table, even the table was full of used plates,cups and cutlery, simply moved to the side and sit there..... Why should we? The staff at the entrance was doing absolutely nothing and she can see it clearly that it should be cleaned but she has no intention of working. This was astonishing. Totally unacceptable. I was there every day early in the morning, so it was not full house or anything like that. (3) Breakfast was only OK for me. For vegetarians, it is a bit boring menu. Too many sweet cakes and meat based food and not very healthy enough for me. (4) Basic amenities are missing - very typical Brazilian hotel. No tissue box in the bathroom, No English TV channels for news and etc, no clock in the room. I know this happens quite a lot in Brazil but this is the capital, Brasilia. (5) My balcony/window was facing the abandoned half-constructed building. So it was depressive to see every day when I wake up and I was worried that it might collapse one day. Not the hotel's fault but this is not what I expect to see. (6) No coin-operated laundry in the building. This is the common issue in Brazil but if you put vending machine for the drink and food, why don't you add washing machine and dryer, too?…
Size of the bed is not good. We asked 2 single beds and they gave us 2 single beds size of a kid . If u turn over you on the floor. I am a person 180cm tall and my legs outside the bed. Has a huge balcony u can get a nice view of the streets and e.t.c. We paid around 300$ stayed 5 days. Breakfast just ok. They provide only 300 ml bottle of water you have to buy your own water from outside. There is a huge refrigerator inside the rooms but empty so you have to go downstairs and buy from a vending machine. For a 4 star hotel seems like they don't trust their guest. This hotel just ok
This was my second stay in this vicinity on Brasilia. The hotel is extremely bland but somehow it works. Rooms are simple but comfortable, reception staff are friendly and helpful and speak English, breakfast is typically Brazilian and perfectly adequate and the location is excellent.
Just spent four nights in the Fusin Express in Brasilia. It is a pretty basic hotel with no personality but I was perfectly comfortable. The bed was great, air conditioner reliable, shower wonderful and CNN available to keep me updated. Typical Brazilian breakfast served on the 17th floor. One disappointment was the free internet which was slow and unreliable.