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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very simple hostel. Air conditioned was cut off when it was just me int he room!. I've been asking for a copy of the receipt and so far hey have not been able to answer to my request!! Breakfast was simple as well but if you are not awake early you probably will not have any. Matrices are old. A...

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Reviewed January 10, 2017 via mobile

Very simple and small rooms.just enough for sleep. Location very good,hearth of the city center. Smiley staf and owner make as happy during the stay. Old building.clean enough. Very closed to traditional market,suoermarkets,pharmacy and istaçao das docas. Cheap also.nice choise for backpakers.

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Reviewed September 19, 2016 via mobile

I checked hostel world and there are not many hostels in Belem. So trough HW I found Belem Hostel (as they are called now) but they used go under the name Amazonia. So because in tripadvisor there's this name I did put it under this one. The hostel is located in a side street of presidente Vargas street. The hostel...

Thank Sjoerd D
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed July 24, 2016 via mobile

We are travelling around South America as a late twenties/early thirties couple and we stayed in HI Amazonia Belém in in a six bed dorm for 2 nights. If you've stayed in a HI in South America before you'll know what to expect as it is pretty similar to the others we've stayed in. Rooms are nice enough, beds are...

Thank El_Viajero_Ingles
Faa'a, French Polynesia
Reviewed July 11, 2015

I stayed now almost two weeks in the hostel. That's because you wont find a cheaper place in town. Good: Aircondition in the dormitories, Good Internet, Breakfast OK, 24h Service, Bad: Very inflexible - everyday pay which is kind of very anoying, No dicount for longstay, kind of dirty in the new house - the old one looks much nicer....

Thank Martin18995
Reviewed November 23, 2014 via mobile

This hostel is ok. It's in a really beautiful old building but the rooms,breakfast etc aren't that good - it's expensive for what it is - a new hostel opened in Belém which is supposed to be better but you have to book two nights minimum if you want to stay over the weekend. The staff here are ok -...

Thank Luke W
Reviewed September 15, 2013

This was the worst hostel ever. The rooms are badly laid out and dirty. The kitchen is dirty, and you have to give a deposit for knives and forks. The luggage deposit is 10 reales per bag. The common spaces are not for the guests to use - the family who runs the hostel occupies it and are rude. Worst...

Thank Alexandra N
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed May 17, 2013

Location was ideal, in a relatively safe part of town. Most staff except for maybe one lady were unfriendly and unhelpful. The manager was very rude and disrespectful. The owner did not honor my reservation at the beginning and it wasted a lot of my time. Breakfast was stingy and rationed out, not a good deal for money given the...

1Thank FunTravelersFromVanc
Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Reviewed May 9, 2013

We moved to a nearby hotel. Just a little bit more money for a proper hotel room. This place has the hostel monopoly in Belem, so the prices are higher than they should be. But I would recommend, in light of this, saying a bit extra for a hotel. The reception staff were quite unfriendly. Not unfriendly, more, uninterested.

1Thank DavidzD
Reviewed January 31, 2013

This place is an expensive construction site , dirty and unfriendly , the price charged was a joke R 100 for a double room with filthy bathroom and communal kitchen . Having just traveled , we were tired and just wanted a bed and shower ... Wish we had of just gone down the road a bit to a nice...

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Address: Avenida Governador Jose Malcher, No 592, Belem, State of Para 66035-100, Brazil
Location: Brazil > State of Para > Belem
Number of rooms: 10
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