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Iv stayed at this hotel for a week and I can say it's been lovely. Met some really cool people staying here and the staff have gone out there way to help me have a lovely time in Rio. And a big thanks to, Jessica...More
actually, I don't even stay there. I've book but then when I arrive there's was a problem with my room so I'll have to wait... nobody even offer to keep my bags. They just let me siting with all my stuff waiting them solve the...More
The first day I stayed at SunRio the electricity was turned off so I was shipped to another hostel.At the SunRio the matresses were thin from overuse so expect to wake up with a bad back.One of the workers was nice but it doesn´t make...More
My boyfriend and I stayed in this hostel as it was recommended by the company we booked our flights through (STA travel). We were encouraged to book with this hostel as it was a little cheaper, and in the quieter, safer Botafogo. Upon arriving, I...More
Being 2 young English girls jut landing after a 12 hour flight we hoped for some of that super friendly Brazilian spirit that everyone told us about. Nada. Found ourselves squeezed into a tiny room with too many people in it. Door with a dodgy...More
In recent years, Botafogo has become one of the hottest neighbourhoods in Rio. It hosts many modern restaurants with contemporary food and many venues to listen to rock and electronic music. Its numerous bars and pubs make this area a great choice for anyone interested in a great nightlife experience - in fact, some bars in the area are open all night. Casa Daros, an art museum that showcases amazing artists from
Latin America, is a must see located in a historical building in Botafogo.