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I stayed in this hotel years ago and loved it, but this time was a major disappointment. It is still beautiful, although the pool has been moved and is now much less charming.
The first room we were given was just awful. Very small, smelling...More
The standard room is extremely small and dusty, and the toilet does not flush properly. The shower curtain on the window is torn; the tile floors are stained and dirty. The bedroom is very small. Walls are very thin, you can hear people walking down...More
When visiting Brazil, it is well worth your time to spend a couple of days in Ouro Preto. This is a magical little city with cobblestone roads, and pretty much unchanged since the 1600's. The population is roughly 40K. There are 17 beautiful churches to...More
Ouro Preto, the colonial crown jewel and Brazil's first designated World Heritage site, is not an easy city to find your way around in. Cobblestone streets are so steep in places as to bar vehicular traffic, but if your car's slipping clutch can manage to...More
The hotel is nice but has seen better days. Unlike the other reviewers, we had 2 bedrooms in the back overlooking the garden and it was very quiet.
One of the showers was leaking and couldn't be fixed while we were there.
The staff doesn't...More