Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Belem does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Sagres, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Praca da Republica (1.9 mi) and Estação das Docas (1.9 mi), guests of Hotel Sagres can easily experience some of Belem's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Sagres features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Hotel Sagres, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to Black Fish. Otherwise, you may want to check out a deli such as Brigaderie, Panificadora Buon Grano, or Vanilla.
Should time allow, Basílica de Nossa Senhora de Nazare, Parque da Residencia, and Igreja Nossa Senhora de Fátima are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hotel Sagres looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Belem.
Hotel Sagras is located just outside the city center of Belém, Brazil. The hotel doesn't have a cozy place. It has invested quite a bit in 'white light'. Everywhere, the lights in the hotel are bright white, which makes you believe that you are in a factory hall. The hotel has a small swimming pool. The pictures are more beautiful than the reality. The whole neighborhood of the hotel is poor, people sitting on the sidewalk, which gives an unpleasant atmosphere. The room is large, of course with white light. Bathroom is spacious as well. Breakfast is served in the morning. You have to find a place at long tables. There are some small tables, but when there are many guests, find yourself a place at a long table. The hotel staff speaks poor English, some don't understand English at all.…
The place gives value for your money: spacey rooms (nice bathroom, TV, AC, fridge, desk), stable wi-fi, sumptuous breakfast buffet (but the breakfast room looks like a low-ceilinged storeroom), terrific swimming pool, free stand-alone PCs in the lobby, helpful staff. Among other things, the hotel sports a travel agency, which is handy for booking city or river trips, even flights and hotels elsewhere. The place seems to be popular for functions, so sometimes there are a lot of people milling about, but that shouldn't affect your comfort in the room. Sagres is NOT close to the city centre and old port, but there's a bus stop just 1 minute from the main entrance. Pick any bus that goes to Ver-O-Peso (the old market) for less than 2 reais. Take a bus back on the parallel avenida. The rodoviária (main bus station) is also nearby, but don't cover the short distance on foot after dark. I really enjoyed staying here.…
The hotel Sagres in Belem is a standard hotel that offers good value for money. The rooms are rather large, though quite carelessly decorated. The air condition just has one pre-fixed level (cold) and is very noisy (though this seems to be standard in Brazil). Also the rooms that face the street are very noisy. Ask for a room at the back of the hotel. They are more quiet and have a nice view to the pool area. Breakfast is ok. There is a choice of four different fruit juices (made of local fruits) as well as fresh fruits. Service is very basic. At times (during posted opening hours) it is impossible to order a drink at the pool bar. And even if, it takes forever to get the drink. We once ordered room service. The food was delivered without a word exchanged from the waiter. Well, nobody speaks English in this hotel. Its main target audience are domestic travelers and local conventions. The location is rather convenient. Uber takes you to the city center in 10 minutes and to the airport in 20 minutes.…
Is not a good option anymore. The rooms are not nice, the hotel is to old, to big. If you are looking for something better you could find better hotels for the same price. The beds are not comfortable, the rooms are older than expected. Not a good option. It is not even reasonable.
Very average hotel, the rooms look like hospital and there is a heavy smell of cleaning chemical all the time. No shampoo and shower gel offered. Nobody speak English so it is not very friendly for foreigners, but I suppose all the hotels in the region are the same.The breakfast is ok. Tip: do not try the pizza!