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Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Prodigy Hotel Santos Dumont is connected to Santos Dumont Airport, in Rio de Janeiro, 900 metres from Baía de Guanabara. Right next to Santos Durmont airport. Fantastic view of Rio. Shopping mall, restaurants , cafes next door. New trams to city 5 minutes walk. Great breakfast.
Ibis Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont offers modern accommodation only 1 km from Santos Dumont Airport. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant and the bar. Typical hotel of IBIS network. Clean, silent, comfortable. Good advantage is the own restaurant with buffet, the menu choice for breakfast and dinner was really huge!
Offering free WiFi, ROD Linda Vista is set in the Centro of Rio de Janeiro within less than 1 km of Modern Art Museum and a 13-minute walk from Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro.
Studio Rio Beira Mar is a self-catering accommodation located in Rio de Janeiro, 1.5 km from the city centre. Free WiFi access is available. The host was extremely friendly and on time. He showed me all the facilities of the studio, how to operate the devices and so on. The room had also some amenities, like chocolate, bottled water, coffee etc. Nice! The building is safe and just a stone throw from a tram stop. Only 400 mts. from Santos Dumont Airport.
Novotel Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont has contemporary rooms with 24-hour room service. It features a fitness centre and restaurant serving Brazilian cuisines. Santos Dumont Airport is 400 metres away.... Location near the airport, reception staff very kindly.
Set 2 km from Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro, 2.2 km from Museum of Tomorrow and 2.8 km from AquaRio Rio Marine Aquarium, Costa do Sol - Guaratuba features accommodation situated in Rio de...
Featuring a shared lounge, Hostel Brasil is set in Rio de Janeiro, 2 km from Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro.
Located in Rio de Janeiro centre, Itajubá Hotel offers free Wi-Fi in public areas, air-conditioned rooms and 24-hour front desk service. Staff: cordial ; well manered! House keeper : imaculável and libélula!
This 3-star hotel is located in the cultural center of Rio de Janeiro, Cinelandia offering easy access to the Municipal Theater, to arts and historical museums and to the Santos Dumont airport. It's better than the photos suggest. The view f4om the top is amazing. The staff are so helpful. The location is convenient to most things you would want to see in Rio. For what it's not close to, it's very close to the metro to make things easier.
Set 300 metres from Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro and 1.5 km from Modern Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro, Apartamento na Rua Alvaro Alvim offers accommodation with a kitchen.
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Diamond Hotel is a 5-minute drive from Santos Dumont Airport, and just 200 metres from Marina da Glória. It provides guest with free WiFi and parking is also kindly offered free of charge. In fact, many of hotel attributes were exactly as expected!
Situated within 3 km of Baía de Guanabara and AquaRio Rio Marine Aquarium, Lapa Ville Hotel provides rooms with free WiFi in Rio de Janeiro. Nice breakfast. Staff was very welcoming. The staff made a difference
Viña Del Mar offers accommodation in the artistic Arco da Lapa district. It is just 1.000 metres from the Flamenco Beachfront, and minutes from the Cinelândia Metro Station. Had a layover and this place is perfect for a short stay.
Villa Rica offers basic accommodation with free Wi-Fi in Rio´s bohemian Lapa neighbourhood. It´s convenient location places it next to Glória Subway Station and 2 km from Santos Dumont Airport. modern Equipment in my room, bathroom new refurbished, good WIFI-Connection.
Situated in the Centro of Rio de Janeiro, Hotel My House Ltda is located 1.6 km from Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro. .It was not good, it was like a brothel .....
It`s true what they say about Rio. A marvelous city. The streets, the beaches, the landmarks the people, the lifestyle, the women :) Very accessible by metro and buses. We used only the metro and walked the rest, I would recommend it If you`re staying more than 3-4 days. Beautiful way to experience Rio, by foot. Most of the places are quite safe to visit even bu foot, big tourist frequency, so it`s perfectly safe, even in places where there is not many tourists, the police is everywhere and they`re very kind and helpful, but only if you speak Portugese :) It`s like no one is speaking English. But with a little Spanish knowledge you can understand them and they can understand you. Lapa is a good neighborhood, opposite of what most of the people are saying that you must stay near the beaches, like Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon. The Center is bustling daytime, but quiet night time, but places like Lapa are very lively too, with eateries and I would call them "beeries" where excellent Brazilian beer is being enjoyed, there are some places really that sell only beer, but there is a restaurant and you can order some snacks from there. Cristo Redentor, Pão de Açúcar are a must, not to mention Copacabana and Ipanema. I would suggest everyone to take the helicopter ride on Morro da Urca (the first top) if you`re not on a budget, It`s an unforgettable experience people, those views, wow. Plan for Cristo Redentor +3 hours of your schedule, believe me, we went at 2 pm, we bought the tickets for the last train at 7.20pm...we were there at 7.20pm but the train left at 7.40pm, until it reached the top the sun was gone, couldn`t get a goot picture of the statue...but not everything was lost, it a breathtaking view to see Rio transiting from day to night. Magnificient.
Really enjoyed seeing the Christ Redeemer, however I wouldn't of wanted to go during midday to afternoon as it was getting really hot and there were lines for the shuttle to the top with no shade anywhere. Early morning was the best time to go, as we didn't have to wait in any lines what so ever. View at the top was beautiful. Hiring bicycles along Copacabana and Ipanema beach was fun and easy and a good way to see both beaches quickly. Sugar loaf mountain offered great views of the city, we went at sunset however due to cloud it wasn't great. Try to go during clear skies for the best views. It's easy to get around rio if you are taking taxis as all the yellow cabs have a meter, this was the easiest way to get around we found. The beach cafe/kiosks were good, reasonably cheap and seemed like proper Brazilian food - beans,rice,meat and salad, simple but tasty.
A city of 10 million nestled between the golden beaches of the Atlantic coast and the Atlantic rainforest spreading up the granite mountains. Sugar loaf mountain has breathtaking views as does Corcovado with the Christ Redeemer overseeing the bustle of this great city and the Sugar loaf mountain so named because it resembles a pile of sugar once covered with a cone shaped clay pot used to transport the sugar to Portugal. Beautiful beaches from Copacabana and round from the bay to Ipanema and Leblon and even further. Friendly people and good food - try the traditional barbecue if you love a meat feast! Plenty of good places to eat around the Copacabana Palace Hotel area. If you are there for New Year the fireworks at Copacabana beach are stunning - and the crowds are equally breathtaking, literally - two million people on 2.5 miles of beach having a great time with music and dancing and of course caiparinjho the sugar cane rum drinkn with lime and plenty of ice!
We really enjoyed the beaches, visited several, Praia da Barra da Tijuca- beautiful, flamengo- great views of several of the small island surrounding the coast and of Sugar Loaf mountain, not sure of the name of the third one but it was located by the cable carts for sugar loaf! Definitely visit Christ the Redeemer but try and do it on a week day when the weather is good! It will also be a lot easier to book online or go to a tourist desk and book the day before, we had a 3 hour wait on a Sunday after just turning up and unfortunately it was raining! Although there were still good views they weren't great! We found it easy to get round either by walking or taking a taxi! We found it very nice to just follow the beaches and wander from place to place but keep an eye on where you are! Taxis are reasonably priced, you can jump in one to many of the main tourists destinations, we stayed in Cinelandia and did this! I would say try to avoid Rio between December and February as it rains a fair bit! Although we did have a few good days and it was never cold!
I stayed in ipanema and copacabana but prefer ipanema which is safer. I would recommend the walk from copacabana to ipanema along the coast. The free walking tours pub crawl of lapa was amazing in particular the club with the professional samba dancers who show you some of the moves. The favela tour was interesting and some of the money goes to help the school in the favela which makes it worth doing. The downtown and lapa tour shows rio before it was built upon and the famous steps are worth a visit. The famous Christ the redeemer statue has amazing views as does the sugarloaf. Also went to ilha grande trekking through the forest to the waterfall and did some snorkelling on the lagoon tours which us worth the trip. Its not near the standard of the Great Barrier Reef but worth the trip.
My favourite beach was Ipenma beach, which is the opposite side to copacabana. The best place to eat was at the hotel Windsor on the copacabana beach. The Italian and buffet restaurants are amazing and you don't need to be a guest of the hotel to eat there. You have to visit the Christ the redeemer statue for the views alone and also visit sugar loaf mountain but be prepared to quick for at least an hour. The metro is the best way to get round Rio because traffic can be crazy. The beaches at copacabana are great! You get loads of sellers walking up and down the beach but they're harmless and don't hassle you if you don't want to be. It's really safe at the beach front even at night, just don't venture too far towards the favelas near the mountains. For entertainment, you need to go to lapa, which is the vibrant dance scene.
7.5 Good 515 reviews
modern Equipment in my room, bathroom new refurbished, good WIFI-Connection. breakfast with a lot of different kind of food and drinks. Villa Rica Hotel is 2-star rated but standard is like a 3-star-hotel. Near (only 5 minutes walk) to Lapa entertainment area, underground for Copacabana and Ipanema (7 minutes walk) and city Center (around 10 minutes walk) Santos Dumont Airport is only a short taxiride away.
9.9 Exceptional 21 reviews
The host was extremely friendly and on time. He showed me all the facilities of the studio, how to operate the devices and so on. The room had also some amenities, like chocolate, bottled water, coffee etc. Nice! The building is safe and just a stone throw from a tram stop. Only 400 mts. from Santos Dumont Airport.
8.6 Fabulous 1,826 reviews
Location was perfect for a business visit especially if flying into/from SDU. Rooms were very comfortable, although expected in the suite. Rooftop pool, view and Xian restaurant were excellent.
8.2 Very good 6,240 reviews
I only stayed at this hotel for one night as I was leaving early the next morning for my flight home from SDU airport. For this reason it was perfect - very close to the airport.