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We stayed in a room the same size as most double rooms we have stayed in during our trip, however rather than just the one bed they managed to squeeze 12 in there using triple bunks. It was so cramped people had to sleep with...More
While I am fully of the belief that you get what you pay for, I still think places such as this should make some effort.
We had two nights here and luckily had a private four person room for two of us. Thankfully we did,...More
This hostel was not a good experience for my friend and I. We arrived for the World Cup and were asked to pay 200 reals immediately, and were barked at in Portuguese. We then went upstairs to our room which contained 6 beds, and nothing...More
be aware that this hostel does NOT have private rooms with its own bathroom, we booked and paid in advanced for a private room,we reached there after 24 hours of traveling and the guy at the reception showed a room with six other beds, we...More
It was my first experience of sharing a room with other people I was not familiar with. Sincerely, when it comes from a budget hotel, we cannot expect too much in terms of great comfort or something similar. However, I truly appreciate the staff´s kindness...More
USD 38 - USD 40 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.