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that you are in Brasilia where hotels are either 50 yrs old or ridiculously expensive. The Carlton is somewhere in between. The installations are oldish, not too much so. I mean, things work - air conditioning, cabled internet, cable TV. The bathroom is decent. But...More
The lobby does not look bad, but the hotel is very outdated.
Wifi only in the lobby, not the rooms (cable available, though).
Room decoration from the early seventies.
Did not have warm water for 2 days in my room, thanx gosh it´s Brazil and...More
The hotel Carlton is almost an attraction in itself, as it seems to have come straight from a bygone era (the 70s, I guess) with an orange – brown colour scheme, antiquated furniture and equipment and the outfit of the hotel staff. Service is generally...More
Clock has stopped hereas many hotels in Brasilia, but it's ok for a 1-2 nights. Decoration and equipment is old, but everything works.TV, Wifi, minibar...it all works.
Good value. Could renovate to become vintage style.
Great swimming pool.
You will feel like back in the sixties- even the hotel stuff still wears sixties uniforms. The front desk man Joao Carlos was extreamly friendy and helpful and organized a city tour right away. The rooms were standard and not very stylish, but okay for...More
US$61 - US$94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#18 Luxury Hotel in Brasilia
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