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Av. Getúlio Vargas, 262, Cuiabá, CEP 78005-370, Brazil – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs BRL 15 per day.
Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Safe, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Air Conditioning
From 12:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 7 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Situated in Cuiabá's Goiabeira area, close to bars and restaurants, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi, breakfast and business centre. It features a pool, bar, restaurant and a gym with Pilates equipment.
Score from 296 reviews Very good
Delcas Hotel offers practical accommodation nearby Cuiabá centre, 2 km from Três Americas Shopping Mall. It features an outdoor pool and water fountain, a gym, and 24-hour room service. Wi-Fi is free....
Score from 173 reviews Good
Boasting free Wi-Fi and parking, Hotel Roari offers comfortable accommodation with breakfast included. It also features laundry facilities and gardens.
Score from 227 reviews Very good
Delmond Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and practical accommodation 500 metres from Pantanal Shopping Centre and 4 km from central Cuiabá. Private parking is available for a fee.
Score from 130 reviews Very good
Hard to understand the management because of lacking the English language.
Location was great. Enjoyed complimentary breakfasts.....but would like a better range of cereals. (Problem is Brazil has a poor range of muesli and cereal....want lower fat and no added sugar). Fruit was good.
One room had a view of a concrete wall. Pricing was very high....but understandable a few days before the first World Cup matches.
Across the road, the Chilean football fans were up all night chanting, whilst the sports store next door started playing dance music very early in the morning.
Great location in city centre
Staff were very kind. Very close to bus station and taxi stand.
Not a good place if you don't know porteguese and one of the front desk wouldnt even try as I attempted Portuguese, I know that im not an expert speaker, but to be dimissive is rude. All of the other staff were really nice, but if you dont speak Portuguese well, stay away from the girl with glasses.
Breakfast was excellent, location was ok as proximity to the airport if you get dropped off during the day.
Area was dangerous during the night. Almost got robbed only 200m away from the hotel.
The front desk staff are friendly and helpful, the extra towels arrived speedily.
There was only one towel in the room and no blankets at all. This hotel is just about three stars and even taking into account that it was the world cup it was VERY expensive.
Very helpful staff, especially one Mariana.
A bit pricey
Some of the staff spoke English.
No hair dryer!!!
Attitude, internal cafe working till midnight, breakfasts
Cost was outrageous (World Cup time)
The staff were very kind and helpful. The location is great.
The warmth of staff and general cleanliness of the room
The lack of an iron (even on demand)
A lot of noise from the road from the early morning. Couldn't sleep further than until 6am because of this.
bad Wi-Fi signal
Staff help with mobile SIM card connection
Staff were very friendly and helpful. They spoke pretty good English and helped us out where we needed it.
The cost of the hotel was beyond a joke. For what it offered to what we paid was rough but we were in town for the soccer and had no choice. Not much of a room. The location was noisy till about midnight and the air con was so loud with no cold air. Over all was ok... But I wouldn't stay here again. Not for the price.
The staff were pleasant and helpful, the location is great and the brekky was truely fantastic!
Excellent value for money, my room was large (not crammed), really quiet (on the side opposite the main street), with internet working correctly. Very good breakfast. Really a very good hotel.
The entrance hall is small and not too friendly looking. It is only once in your room that you start realizing how good the hotel really is. The only thing I missed was a restaurant inside the hotel. Perhaps for lack of space, they have only a small store vending pizzas etc. that you can eat in the breakfast room. Aside from this, the hotel is perfect.
No one picks Cuiaba as a destination. It is a mandatory beginning and ending point due to its airport, for trips to the Pantanal and elsewhere. This is the place to stay for that. The rooms, though basic, are sparkling clean and the location is a block away from quaint shopping streets closed to vehicle traffic. Its cheap, its safe, its clean and it more than fits the bill.
Hotel is fine for a 1 night stay only. We stayed here on 2 different nights: 1 night before and after our Pantanal tour. It's a brand new hotel located across the street from the Metropolitan Cathedral. Rooms are spacious and clean.
Location can be dicey at night. Our tour guide cautioned us that it is fine to walk around the area during the day, but advised us not to walk around the area at night. I rated the staff poor, because the staff during the day were lazy. While checking out after our first stay at this hotel, there were 4 staff members hanging around the reception area doing nothing and only 1 person working the front desk, trying to check-out 5 different customers. Why was there nobody else to help her out with the check-out process when there are 4 other staff members just hanging around? I don't know. We asked for a taxi, but none of the guys could assist. The busy lady at reception, who spoke English, had to call one for us, because none of the guys would flag one from the street. On our last stay, we had an early flight out of Cuiaba and were in the rush to get out. Staff saw us come down the stairs with our luggage, but didn't offer any assistance. They didn't offer to help us with our bags, open the door, nor did they hold the door for us. That's pretty bad. Needless to say, we found the night staff were better than the day staff, in particular, this one lady who can speak English and was alway happy to help and another guy who helped us with our luggage during check-in on both occasions.
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