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Good value hotel for Rio. Very good location for beach and tube. We were given a room without a window which I did not like, however the hotel was full. The staff did try to make us comfortable but I would not stay in that...More
We made the reservation through www.yeego.com and got the best price for the hotel. We ask for a Supirior room and get room number 703 which had the best view at this hotel.
The rooms are small, but have all you need. Great breakfast, close...More
We stayed at the Martinique Copa for 6 nights in May 2008 after reading rave reviews on this website. For the price we paid, $120/night including breakfast, the value is outstanding, and we would recommend the hotel to others. The hotel is less than one...More
I stayed in the Martinique Copa for a long weekend and it was everything I wanted. Wonderful location almost right on Copacabana beach, a few minutes walk from a metro station and on the route of the bus from the airport, so convenient to get...More
Whatever you do don't book with Gtahotels.com/Turico Holidays. We paid in advance and were told that there would be no charges at the hotel. When we arrived, the hotel informed us that they were regularly not paid by the vendor and would require a credit...More
The rowdy Copacabana is one of the most traditional and old areas from Rio de Janeiro. This neighbourhood is a blend of Brazilian soul - crowded, rowdy and traditional. This neighbourhood has a bit of everything: bars with music, pubs, street fairs, chaotic streets, and many shops. All these things and more live side-by-side. There are options for all price points and tastes. However, the most powerful
draw in Copacabana is still the fantastic view of the coast and the incredible beaches.
We spent 4 days at the hotel, travelled on the metro into the city, hired bicycles and visited Copacobana,Ipanema and the botanical gardens on these, walked Copacabana front in the evening and eat at a restaurant opposite... More
We spent 4 days at the hotel, travelled on the metro into the city, hired bicycles and visited Copacobana,Ipanema and the botanical gardens on these, walked Copacabana front in the evening and eat at a restaurant opposite the beach. In all this time we didn't feel threatened or see anything worrying. This hotel location is fine. You can see a favela up on the hill but it is some wAy off and wasn't relevant to us. If you are sensible and don't wander off alone you won't have any problems.