You might be lucky and find yourself a room of adequate comfort. Then again, you might not. It's "hit or miss" with this hotel. One thing remains constant regardless of the room --the mist-hole water spritzer they call a shower. Pressure is so gentle from this tickler you'd think Sao Paulo had a water crisis, or a kink in the hotel's water main. Internet: The "free-internet" they provide you with is a joke. It's like sharing 1 internet connection with the entire hotel. Card mania: In this hotel, you need an access card for just about everything --from the front door, to the lights, to the elevator, and probably soon for the fire escape, the toilet seat, and your fly zipper. Breakfast: The food is edible but make sure you get there before the flies do. And DON'T drink the juice; it's concentrated and diluted with tap water. In other words, YOU WILL GET SICK. BYOS: Bring your own shampoo. Unless Brazilian bulk-quality hydrogenated post-restaurant-waste grade palm oil sounds good in your hair. Pool: The hotel advertises an outdoor pool. In actuality, it could be called a large jacuzzi.
Assuming you can find a room without any faults (and they do exist), you will have a relatively good sleep. Furthermore, the rooms are quite clean and a mini-bar fridge is provided. Overall, I would recommend this hotel for it's central location but don't fall for the hype. There are better hotels around.