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Very conveniently located near the Sao Benito train station and the city. Quiet, clean, and reasonably priced. The personnel helped get us a taxi to the metro station as we left. The breakfast is well-provisioned and is served in a beautifully-tiled dining room.
Room dirty, old and everything broken. A lot of problems about the reservations, charging the credit card even if I say expressly not to do. Even they threatened to call the police and throw me away when I asked about the Complaining Book. I could...More
We stayed twice, in a total of 3 different rooms. Cleanliness is questionable, the floors are wonky, the carpets are threadbare and all 3 bathrooms stank. The only place you can get wifi is in the dark and dingy 'bar' area, and you can't buy...More
We last stayed here 9 years ago and nothing has changed except our tastes and expectations. The hotel certainly hasn't. First, the good points. Location! However, we did pay extra for a ' deluxe 'room where the beds were large and comfy, a roomy bathroom...More
The outside looks really crummy but stepping through the doors, you are met with a stunning tiled lobby, all be it a little run down and flaking. The whole place is like this, stunning and falling apart slightly. Our room 203, was lovely and large...More
US$38 - US$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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