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Rua 24 de Outubro, 111, Cuiabá, CEP 78005-330, Brazil – Show map
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Cuiabá Hostel Pousada Safari's staff speaks: Portuguese
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Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk
From 12:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 4 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 38 reviews
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Just 200 metres from Marechal Rondon International Airport, Hotel Express is located 1 km from downtown Várzea Grande. It features air-conditioned rooms, buffet breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free parking....
Score from 258 reviews Good
Offering an outdoor pool, Hotel Los Angeles is located in Cuiabá, just 1.6 km from Mother Bonifacia Park. It offers free WiFi access, as well as a garden and a 24-hour reception. Parking is also free....
Score from 2 reviews Good
Hotel Roma is located in Cuiabá. Free WiFi access is available. Each comfortable room here will provide you with a TV, fan and air conditioning. Private bathroom also comes with a shower.
Score from 1 review Good
Hotel Almanara is located 200 metres from Cuiabá centre, and offers simple accommodation, as well as a breakfast buffet. 3 Américas Shopping Centre is 5 minutes’ drive away, and Wi-Fi is free.
Score from 126 reviews Review score
- staff was extremely friendly & helpful - location was great, in between 2 busy roads but this street is nice and quiet - pretty decent coffee
- they had just upgraded their wifi modems but internet wasn't working all the time
Breakfast was ok, they cook you eggs to order. Fairly comfortable place, good location.
Wifi didn't work most of the time we were there, had to ask for sheets for the beds twice, over priced for what it is.
The location was decent as we were constantly on the go for World Cup festivities in June 2014 and didn't have too far to walk. Co-owners were nice people but are a bit too ruthless for my liking and driven by financial gain during the WC.
There were too many downsides to staying in this hostel. A poor rating is generous imo. Rat infested rooms (rat wasn't removed from my room for 2 days and had twice crawled over people whilst they slept), presence of mosquitoes was plentiful in my room upon arrival, dusty/unclean floors, sub standard breakfast, dogs next door barked all night every night, no security deposit box (just a dodgy key entry cabinet behind reception), no key lock for guests to dorm rooms, very weak showers, room AC unit sounded like a tractor when running. Main entrance was locked for the most part and we had to ask to be let in and out every time. Terribly inefficient payment system which involved overseas bank transfer. We had paid the full amount in local currency before arrival but owner was chasing up small differences in the remainder owed arising from small changes to currency exchange rate. What a joke that was! However, the biggest kick in teeth was having to pay $175 USD per person per night over the course of a week to experience the world cup in Cuiaba. Probably the worst place I've ever paid to stayed in. Had little choice though due to limited options during peak world cup period. Wouldn't be surprised if they normally charge $5 USD per night to bring back packers in after the world cup. That's what it's truly worth.
The breakfast was reasonable.
The room smelt really bad. The whole hostel is old, run-down and poorly maintained. There was no water in the morning in the bathrooms. The booking stated the room had air conditioning, but there was not - the price was only reduced by R$ 5 when I asked about this. Compared to other hostels I have stayed in in Brazil this is very bad value for money - for this poor quality it should be less than R$ 60 for a double room.
Lots of space, well-stocked kitchen. The manager was nice, and spoke English. Some tea selection. Air conditioning
The guy who worked there when I first arrived didn't have change, and didn't seem to know where stuff in the hostel was, so I had to wait until the next morning when the manager got there. Chunks of paint were falling off the ceiling onto a bed in the dorm room. No blankets (it was hot so it was ok) or towels provided.
The Safari Hostel in Cuiabá is the best choice if you don´t want to spent much money and still get a clean and friendly place! The owner Laércio is a really great and funny guy who offers all the day-trips around Cuiabá. We took 2 trips with him to Bom Jardim and Chapada which were awesome and had an excellent cost-benefit relation. Definetely the best hostel in Cuiabá for budget travellers and if you wanna do some day-trips around Cuiabá. Laércio even took us for free to the airport at 4am...no more words needed!
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