Stayed here for 3 nights on a business trip. The hotel was quite basic, although on the website appears far superior. Room was a little tired and old and could do with a revamp. There are no amenities in the room, no kettle and tea/coffee making facilities. Also you have to pay for bottles of water. The vast majority of hotels I stay in have free water daily. The bar/cafe on the ground floor is small although the staff are great. Breakfast was okay, could do with a few more cereal choices but overall fine.
Stayed here for 4 nights whilst visiting Brasilia. Staff were very helpful and willing to assist. Breakfast option was varied. We didnt have the chance to dine at your restaurant as we had dinner reservations elsewhere booked every night. We did however ordered room service and loved the crab fish cakes. The bedroom was clean, well furnished and equipped, although the TV had very limited English channels available.
I had the chance to use the swimming pool which was nice but disappointed that it was so shallow, but nevertheless, a nice option to cool down in the afternnoon.
Great location and I will definately stay again when back in Brasilia!
This is a clean, friendly hotel with some amenities and an excellent location. The room we had is small, and the thermostat was located in a very strange and inconvenient place, requiring my 5’10” self to stand on a chair to be able to reach it at all. Breakfast was good, but not in a class with the Royal Tulip or Melia Brasilia 21, and the coffee was literally the worst we’ve ever had in 10 years of visiting Brasilia. Brasilia Shopping, with fine restaurants and other conveniences, is literally just across the street. All in all, a mixed bag. Definitely not in a class with the best Brasilia hotels, but clean, well appointed, and staffed with very friendly, helpful (mostly non-English-speaking) people.
The hotel is well located. Right next to Brasilia Mall and next to the Monumental Axis. Very good rooms and comfortable beds. Good breakfast. Efficient room service. Small but good pool. Weekends are very very crowded though.
I had a high-floor room with a marvelous nighttime view of the lights of Brasília. It came with a queen bed. The room was very clean. The shower put out a lot of water (enough to make me, a conservation-conscious Californian, uneasy). The TV included the BBC and I think CNN. There were guests from all over the world ... South Africa, China, Russia, England, Portugal, etc.
Breakfast was included and had varied and abundant choices. The wi-fi worked fine.
Here are a couple of quibbles, none of which were too troubling:
— The mattress was too soft for my taste.
— There's no business center and so no desktop computers handy.
— I could hear sounds from adjacent rooms. Oddly, they didn't include television or talking (maybe no one was watching TV or talking), but I heard someone sneeze once and when someone would move the desk chair on the hard-surface floor I could hear it clearly. I wonder why it's evidently so difficult to construct soundproof hotel rooms. My advice is to always bring earplugs on any trip.
In sum, well recommended. I would be happy to return.