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Hotel Casablanca Imperial

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#18 of 35 hotels in Petropolis
Welcome to Hotel Casablanca Imperial, your Petropolis “home away from home.” Hotel Casablanca Imperial aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. While staying at Hotel Casablanca Imperial, visitors can check out Yellow Palace (Palácio Amarelo) (0.1 mi) and Igreja Luterana de Petropolis (0.2 mi), some of Petropolis' top attractions. Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Casablanca Imperial offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning. During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Guests of Hotel Casablanca Imperial are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available. While in Petropolis, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Casablanca Imperial, including Bordeaux Vinhos (0.3 mi), Imperatriz Leopoldina (0.4 mi), and Petiscaria Imperial (0.4 mi). There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Rio Negro Palace Museum, Ipiranga House, and Casa da Princesa Isabel. Hotel Casablanca Imperial puts the best of Petropolis at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Public wifi
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Room service
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
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Historic Hotel
Languages Spoken
English, Portuguese
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The hotel is just a few minutes walk to the Imperial Museum and walking distance to the Cathedral. It is centrally located to the historic center of the city, convenient to restaurants, sights, and shopping. The rooms are located in a few different buildings. There is the building with the reception, next door is the building with the breakfast rooms, 1st and 2nd floor. To the rear is a building of just rooms. My room was on the 2nd floor at the end of the hall, not much of a view but quiet. The room was a decent size, not large but comfortable with a frigobar and large closet. The bathroom was a good size with a walk-in shower. Breakfast is included, sufficient, and tasty with offerings of scrambled eggs, meat, a variety of breads and pastries, and fruit. The lower breakfast room is a bit darker and crypt-like. The one on the second floor is airy and more comfortable. Either is sufficient to the task of eating a good breakfast. Dinner is offered but is delivered to the room. The staff was welcoming and helpful.
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The location is absolutely perfect! Situated right next to the Imperial Museum, walking distance from the Cathedral and the Rua Teresa, a major shopping street. That was our main reason for choosing the hotel. It looks like an old colonial style house which has its charms. Our room was basic and all we needed to spend a night. Awesome shower btw! Really adored that! Breakfast included, and good decent variety available. Private parking. Air conditioning/ heater. There's a few things that are not necessarily negative, but that I think could be improved. 1) when we came back to the hotel by car, it was around 22:30, the gate to the driveway was closed. We were a little unsure what to do and there was no bell to ring to reception. Decided to honk a little then. Or were we supposed to walk up to reception? In the end we should have just tried to push the gate cause it wasn't locked. But the night manager (I guess) came out already, looking quite moody and quite rude telling us that this drive way was in fact the EXIT. Well we're sorry, but we used this driveway when we arrived and no one told us that, also there is NO sign on the gate or anywhere that said "Saída" (exit). Apparently the entrance was the serpentine path that we thought was just a wide pedestrian path. Also, no signs. So perhaps to avoid confusion, place some signs? 2) This is a personal opinion, but I think it should be quite standard for every hotel. That every room should have a printed paper on the desk/bedside table with basic info on it: breakfast times, restaurant times + menu if the hotel has a restaurant, how to call reception from the phone, the latest WiFi password, what the extra charge is to consume something from the fridge. Stuff like that. Not that we ever consume anything from the minibar, but it's fair to inform. 3) what personally always bothers me is that most hotels never seem to have glasses or cups in the bathroom. Am I supposed to leave my toothbrush laying down on the sink? I've learned already to always travel with plastic throw away cups. But I'd definitely come back to this hotel! Despite the very large spider that was on the ceiling right above our door ;)
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The best in Petropolis for tourists is try to walk all day long, and having best and more touristic and beautiful places near its a plus, so this hotel is in the middle of that. Affordable rooms and food.
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The hotel is well situated in the center of the city. The first building in the front is beautiful but you will probably sleep behind, in a normal building. The breakfast was good but nothing special. The restaurant is not very good. Probably not the best place to stay in petropolis.
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The hotel is situated in the mansion of the Count of Pedro Afonso and preserves most of the original structure (modifications were performed to have bathrooms in each room). The part net I stayed in was a bit noisy. Free Wi-fi was fast but with several outages, although reconnected easily. Breakfast is good, with several options, and served in a old style room.
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$54 - $115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BrazilState of Rio de JaneiroPetropolis
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