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I was planning to leave Rio on a Sunday, but decided I'd move hostel for my last night, which was into books and then remained for 3 weeks more. The hostel is amazing, the people and atmosphere make it unique. It's not a party hostel,...More
This is a great party hostel in terms of it being lively. If you're looking for a night off or you're not big into heading out, I wouldn't stay here as the music goes on for quite a while into the night. The breakfast is...More
This has got to be the best place on planet Earth. My first experience there was being checked in by Alex (who I have to say must be the greatest hostel worker in the world, no one could ever top the service he provided from...More
Booked to stay for 3 nights, ended up staying a week. Was the best hostel of our entire 6 month trip in South America! Staff are super friendly and the owner Filipe goes out of his way to make sure you have the best time...More
This is up there for one of my favourite hostels on the planet. It's a party place, so please don't get me wrong, but the owner is an absolute legend, and the people you meet I can guarantee will be friends for life. If I...More
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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.
Hey there, We paid at the end of our stay so this sounds a little bit strange. Especially since you can't pay via PayPal. Felipe is the boss there, was the email from him? And was there a reason why you had to pay in full... More
Hey there, We paid at the end of our stay so this sounds a little bit strange. Especially since you can't pay via PayPal. Felipe is the boss there, was the email from him? And was there a reason why you had to pay in full before arrival? I hope you get it sorted out!
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"Ask for the room up the back stairs by the kitchen, on the far side of the bathroom. It's the quietest..."