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Spend 10 days in the hostel - 4 during carnaval - and I absolutely enjoyed it. The owner is called Carlos and he can tell you anything about the city. He will also make sure you have the best time.
The location is perfect. Botafogo...More
We originally booked 6 nights but ended up booking an extra 7 on top. The hostel had a lively buzz all the way through carnival. The staff would always go out of their way to give you tips and advice about things to do in...More
This hostel is probably alright if you just want a place to crash and don't mind about cleanliness, cooking facilities, extreme heat or wifi. The staff and people staying were nice, but the actual building itself is really run down and is in desperate need...More
Carlos, the owner of the place, told us a lot about the attractions and the night life of Rio. He is an awesome guy. Besides, the hostel is cozy and fun. In my opinion, the only flaw is that the kitchen is not so well...More
Perfect place and atmosphere for an individual or a group of travelers wanting to explore Rio whilst also getting in and amongst the vibrant nightlife that the city has to offer! The hostel is in a safe location, walking distance from the beach and metro....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.