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Casa Amarelo by Robert le Heros

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Had a wonderful one week holyday in Rio. News from Rio had worried us back in the States, must confess to had face our vacations in Rio with preoccupation. It was all but a moment. Excellent facilities, great view, and last, but certainly not least,...More

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Response from Lucianadelamare, Gerente geral at Casa Amarelo by Robert le HerosResponded August 8, 2013

Dear Guest, Thank you so much for sharing your experience at Casa Amarelo. We are very glad to know our hotel has pleased you. This this the best reward our staff can have. We hope to meet you again in the near future. Kind Regards,...More

Reviewed May 21, 2013

A superb off the beaten track guest house. It had 7 rooms - two with shared bathrooms. One got there, going up a cobbled road of a hill feature called Santa Teresa in the Lapa quarter of Rio. Good views of the city, as long...More

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Response from Lucianadelamare, Gerente geral at Casa Amarelo by Robert le HerosResponded August 8, 2013

Dear guest, We are so pleased to know you have enjoyed your stay with us. This is the best reward our team can have ever! We understand that good reviews mean we must keep working even harder to surprise and please our guests. For the...More

Reviewed May 20, 2013

This 1901 mansion has been beautifully restored and made into a funky, original B&B. It's a great little spot, close to restaurants, bars and PROS: Great location--walking distance to Santa Teresa restaurants and Leme, comfortable beds and pillows, hot water shower, great staff (super friendly),...More

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Response from Lucianadelamare, Gerente geral at Casa Amarelo by Robert le HerosResponded August 13, 2013

Dear Guest, Firstly, thank you for sharing your impressions on your stay at the Casa Amarelo! Your opinions are really important for us. It represents a real reward for the team. Our project proposes an unconventional hospitality with personalized services and a warm atmosphere. Our...More

Reviewed May 9, 2013

Casa amarelo is a quiet and nice place in Santa teresa. Rooms are Nice and well decorated you feel free and independant. Dont expect though services as in à regular hôtel . Booking of taxis may be a problem.More

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Response from Lucianadelamare, Gerente geral at Casa Amarelo by Robert le HerosResponded August 13, 2013

Dear Guest, Firstly, thank you for sharing your impressions on your stay at the Casa Amarelo! Your opinions are really important for us. It represents a real reward for the team. Our project proposes an unconventional hospitality with personalized services and a warm atmosphere. Our...More

Reviewed April 28, 2013

We had a wonderful stay at Casa Amarelo, the hotel is beautifully decorated and set in a peaceful and lush surroundings. Staff were friendly and helpful, spending time to help us decide what to do in Rio and making sure we had everything we needed....More

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Response from Lucianadelamare, Gerente geral at Casa Amarelo by Robert le HerosResponded August 13, 2013

Dear Guest, Thank you for sharing your impressions on your stay at the Casa Amarelo! Your opinions are really important for us. It represents a real reward for the team. Our project proposes an unconventional hospitality with personalized services and a warm atmosphere. Our goal...More

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Santa Teresa
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.
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Response from thomasbg | Reviewed this property |
And by the way, the hotel itself is a fortress. Built in the 18th century on a very steep slope, it's protected by a high fence and entered through a long tunnel with a locked grated door, going directly into the elevator... More
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"Book the suite on floor 3 for views and privacy"
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"Large and well decorated but would advise the management to keep up the maintenance. Next time we stay, and..."
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"Simple, Art Deco, Retrostyling, nothing for fans of modern hotel amenities. But peaceful, relaxed, personal!"
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"The room in the tower at the top, you can access only with private elevator !"
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