Welcome to Pousada 100 Passos, your Tamandare “home away from home.” Pousada 100 Passos aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Forte de Santo Inácio de Loyola (1.3 mi) and Capela de São Benedito (1.6 mi), guests of Pousada 100 Passos can easily experience some of Tamandare's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the bed and breakfast rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, room service, and a gift shop while staying at Pousada 100 Passos. In addition, Pousada 100 Passos offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Tamandare trip additionally gratifying.
When you're feeling hungry, you can check out Tapera do Sabor (0.3 mi), Degutti Cafés e Crepes (0.8 mi), or Copacabana Praia Bar (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of Pousada 100 Passos.
Best of all, Pousada 100 Passos makes it easy to experience some great Tamandare attractions like Cachoeira Bulha d'agua, which is a popular waterfall.
Pousada 100 Passos puts the best of Tamandare at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We’ve stayed at this pousada twice, once in the high-season (Easter) and once in the off-season (mid-July). Both times we were in the “Amarelo” room which is cozy and simple with a mini-fridge and a tiny TV with satellite. The TV is so small that you need to sit at the edge of the bed to see it properly, but the only reason we even turned it on was to watch the World Cup Finals (obviously a necessity, lol). Service was excellent both times, but of course it was more personalized when we were the only guests in the place. They have a nice breakfast with eggs and fried plantains cooked to order. Ms. Belle, the caretaker, does a wonderful job of making guests feel at home. She even microwaved our leftovers for us and offered to set up a table and chairs on the patio. Praia das Campas, which is in very close walking distance, was lovely and clean and essentially deserted first thing in the morning. Fabio, the hotelier/restaurateur is also a gem. We had to keep the wooden windows shut to keep mosquitoes out, so there was zero sunlight in our room, but I imagine most folks would spend their days at the beach anyway. Note: I wish I’d known that the restaurant would be closed during the off-season. It was one of our favorite things about our first stay. Instead we took in a few meals at Lampião e Maria Bonita which had cheap and delicious food.…