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Hotel Casablanca

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#42 of 58 hotels in Brasilia
Casablanca Hotel is one of the oldest and most traditional hotels of Brazil's capital, established on August 26th, 1977. Privileged localization, right beside the TV's tower, bus station, four malls. At he center of Plano piloto. Casablanca Hotel is in the Setor Hoteleiro Norte, near to TV tower, lighting fountain, highway, three malls, business sector, hospital sector, Center of convention, racing circuit, gymnasium, city's park, national theater, cathedral, and the 3 power's square. At Casablanca Hotel there 58 rooms, in all ot them there are: Single and couple beds, Telephone, Fridge, Air conditioner, Cable TV,Wifi. We also have rooms for people with special needs.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Business Center with Internet Access
Wheelchair access
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The location is very good, within walking distance from all the main Brasilia attractions...Catedral, Palacio da Alvorada, Palacio do Planalto, TV Tower and Congresso Nacional. There is also a shopping mall you can walk to...Brasili Shopping, try the Coco Bambu restaurant at the mall, excellent food. There is another location for this restaurant at the city south wing, it´s even better! The room and the all hotel in general, could use a little makeover, don´t expect any luxuries and the room are not that big...but they are clean and breakfast is OK.
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The rooms were clean and of a decent size, as were the bathrooms. The staff were friendly too. Only 2 complaints: 1. It is VERY VERY VERY noisy. I had to use earplugs just to not go crazy as I was on the ground floor (basement level, actually), and my windows faced the highway. In the day I could hear the cleaning crew on the expressway talking to each other, and needless to say, I could hear every car that passed on the expressway. Perhaps rooms on the other side of the hotel are less noisy, but if you come, try not to take the rooms that face the expressway. Especially not those on the basement level which put you at the same level as the expressway. 2. The walking route from the hotel to Brasilia shopping is very quiet and I didn't feel safe, but that might be just me. Location-wise, it is a good hotel to be in. Being Brasilia, everything is grouped, so all the hotels are very much in the same place in this side of the city. You can walk to the Praça to see the local attractions, finish with dinner at Coco Bambu in Brasilia shopping but the taxi driver did not recommend walking home in the dark. Except the noise, it is a good hotel.
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Small hotel, next a big avenue and too noisy. Rooms need to be refit. They should put noisy free windows. But it's is convenient, next to shopping centers and also there is a Expresso Aeroporto (Airport Express) bus stop close to the hotel. This line comes from the airport, goes to the Esplanada dos Ministerios (where are the ministries buildings, Cathedral, National Congress etc) and go inside the hotels districts, it's cheaper than you take a taxi. Anyway, I wouldn't recommend the hotel as a relax site. It's budget, with cable and free wi-fi in the room, the breakfast is ok, but is too noisy.
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We stayed at this hotel recently it was a great location with a wonderful breakfast and exceptional room the bathroom was very well appointed. Very near to the shopping centre and the Tower. Great place to stay if you like to walk to the architectural attractions.
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$34 - $59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BrazilFederal DistrictBrasilia
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