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It was hard for us to find a good place to stay in Rio, we have checked a great amount of hotels in Copacobana, Ipanema and so on.. but when we saw Quinta Rosa on Trip Advisor, we have decided that we want to book...More
We have just got back from staying at Quinto Rosa (and then their sister property Quinta Azul) in Santa Theresa, rio
Where to start- the place itself is a lovely boutique pousada- QR had amazing views over rio, QA had monkeys so both were good....More
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Response from Operation M, Manager at Quinta RosaResponded 27 November 2011
We are really proud that your overall impression about the two hotels: Quinta Rosa and Quinta Rosa Azul Boutique were excellent.
It is a pleasure to hear that you were satisfied with our service, facilities and concierge suggestions.
We will be informing all...More
My husband and I spent the first three days of our four-week trip through Brasil in Rio de Janeiro and booked Quinta Rosa through Venere.com. Shortly after our booking we received an email from the owner, Elena, confirming the reservation and offering to book airport...More
We were rather concerned because we were arriving on an early flight into Rio and only staying a couple of days, so we needed to leave our cases and get out and about quickly. We managed to speak to Elena, the manager, who was there...More
My second time in Rio and this time i decided to stay in Santa Teressa. What a different place to stay. You are in Rio close to beaches and subway. The area is the old part of the city.The restaurants and bed and breakfast quitarosa...More
Santa Teresa is a bohemian enclave hosting many local artists’ studios. The narrow, winding streets of this neighbourhood were revitalised years ago, and visitors can now stroll through this area to view magnificent mansions dating back to the late 19th and early 20th century. A highlight not miss: Museu Chacará do Céu, a former mansion turned museum which houses works by prominent Brazilian modern artists.