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Reviewed January 22, 2016 via mobile

The house that I stay (casa de pedra), was dirty, with marks on the couch and a awful smell. Their wasn't any thing to do on the hotel, expect for the super expensive ride of Jeep and play chess, since the swimming pool status made impossible to swin.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled with family
Thank Fabio C
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Reviewed April 3, 2009

Travel alone is dificult. I was afraid of lonlyness but at the same time I really needed to rest...
I choosed Fazenda Siriuba Resort by Internet. And when I arrived at the hotel, I was surprised, because the place was so beautil as the pictures that I saw.
They don´t have restaurant, but a good service at the front desk where I could be advised about good restaurants, bars, beaches, waterfalls and others.
All staff was kind, all the time checking if things were good to me.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled solo
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2  Thank ThaisRiodeJaneiro
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Reviewed January 26, 2009

First of all, they called themselves "Hotel Fazenda Siriuba - resort de charme", which means "Farm Hotel Siriuba - charm resort". But it has nothing to do with the concept of "farm hotels", and it has nothing to do with the concept of "resort". All they have is a little charm.
Let me be more specific:
- They said there would be trained monitors (people) to play and have other activities with children. There were none (neither trained nor untrained).
- There was only one playing equipment for children (and it was broken; my daughter fell from it and hit her head on the floor).
- The house had a bad odor.
- There were no spare towels at the poolside (they said all the towells were sent to the cleaning!)
- The beach in front of the hotel is one of the worst of the island (which has some really beautful beaches)
And now the worst of all:
- Right in the middle of our 7 day-stay, they suddenly changed the deal on the meals, saying that , form that day on, we (even the adults) could only choose from the kid's menu. That was an absurd!
As a result, we left the hotel the next morning.

  • Stayed: January 2009, travelled with family
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6  Thank Leo-Belo-Horizonte
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Reviewed December 9, 2008

Beautiful location, but very few reasons to stay here. From the arrival to the unfriendly reception. We should have turned and left. Midweek the beginning of Dec the placed looked like it was closed for the season, and probably should have been. The room was less than inviting, not enough pillows, not enough towels and not enough soap. Had to strip the bed and leave the sheets on the floor when on the fourth day of our stay they had still not changed the sheets!
The pool furniture was left covered and the pool was dirty.
In it's day it must have been a lovely place.
The only nice thing about this place was the lovely young women in the restaurant serving breakfast in the morning. Breakfast is not served until 9:00am, not very convenient for early risers or people on business. No one in reception when we were trying to check out at 7:00am.
Lucky we did not have to spend more time than sleeping here.
Ilhabela is beautiful, friendly, great food, beaches, shopping, and boating. It has so much that is positive but this hotel is not on the positive list.

  • Stayed: December 2008, travelled on business
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8  Thank gypsysoul888
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Reviewed August 6, 2008

They named themselves a "Charming Resort". Well, this is neither a resort nor charming. The place must have been quite charming originally, but it has become a tourist-trap.

During check-in, the guest must sing a rental contract (this is sure not a normal procedure in Brazil, we had never seen this). We arrived at nightime and we couldn´t see the garden on our way, the lights were completely blinding. They sure saved some money with a lighting project... too bad, for the garden is (or was, when it was well tended to) beautiful. The room is very simple, not at all cozy, for it is mainly white and the light is fluorescent. They did not even bother to put a lamp above the bathroom mirror. Talking of the bathroom, the shower head in ours was clogged, sprinking water all over... the towels and the toilet paper were soaked. We couldn´t ask for new toilet paper, for there´s no intercom and the staff can´t be accessed during the night. We did sleep well, the place is silent. But the sewage smell in the morning finished off all chances of a "charming" stay. The breakfast was very simple, no yoghurt, no whole wheat bread, small choice of cereals (oatmeal and granola only). We slept there for one more night, and that was it. We couldn´t take it anymore. During check-out, a surprise. They charged an extra R$ 20 for each breakfast, that supposedly was included in the daily rate, according to what was said in the reservation telephone call. No, the owner was not there to complain. The employee says he almost never goes there. It figures.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank estelaalb
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