Welcome to Atlantico Business Centro, your Rio de Janeiro “home away from home.” Atlantico Business Centro aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil - CCBB Rio de Janeiro (0.7 mi) and Sao Bento Monastery (1.0 mi) make Atlantico Business Centro a great place to stay when visiting Rio de Janeiro.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the hotel.
Atlantico Business Centro features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Atlantico Business Centro, there is paid private parking available nearby.
If you like steakhouses, Atlantico Business Centro is conveniently located near Fogo de Chao, Assador, and VAMO.
If you are interested in exploring Rio de Janeiro, check out a castle, such as Ilha Fiscal.
Atlantico Business Centro puts the best of Rio de Janeiro at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Location it is in down town near Metro Station but it is not ok to go outside after 22 hour . Breakfast it is excellent , cheese , juice ( very good ) , salami , ham , egg (scrambled ) a lot of cakes , some fruit . The lobby man was very kind , offering all information you need .( he speak very good Romanian language).
Room was very big, modern and comfortable. Excellent breakfast and nice pool and sauna area with great views on the roof. Location in Rio Centro is also good if you don't need to go out in the evenings.
I arrived on Sunday and there was absolutely nothing open anywhere around the hotel, so I had to resort to the hotel food. The room was extremely small for the size of the bed but I managed. The mattress was ok and I didn't have much trouble dealing with with the spaces available. There was a buffet and, with nothing else around, I decided to go for it. Available there was rice, beans, chicken and some beef medallions, which I chose to my regret. I had to swallow the meat pratically whole to avoid spitting it back on the plate. I lacked hydraulic jaws to be able to chew it. Service was OK, albeit some pompous attitude by the front desk gentleman (there was he, a white man, and two black young ladies. The ladies were nicer. Would I return? Only if circumstances demanded due to proximity to a place where I needed to conduct business, otherwise no. The top floor, where they have a "swimming pool" (more like a 7' X 7' tank), offered an amazing view of the Sugar Loaf mountain. They also have a gym and sauna which I did not visit. The float screen, however, had good reception and several channels, including CNN International in English. The shower was pretty decent, but the lighting in the bathroom sucked. Incidentally, the restaurant did not offer a la carte. Buffet ot bust.…
It's a wonderful place to stay at the heart of the city. It is located near the Teatro Municipal. Recommended for beginners of Rio de Janeiro. The view of the beach is awesome. The swimming pool also is viewing the city center and the spa is also good.
We stayed two nights. Location is only good, city center. Air conditioner horrible, very loud, cannot sleep, rooms are warmer than corridors. Swimming pool with really dirty water, we didn't use it. Reception staff are like they welcome another number not guests. We expect something different, better to pay few Euro more and stay in better rated hotel, definitely will not back there.
If I could give it a zero I would. This place is the worst place I have been in a long time. The staff is not helpful and don’t seem to care about your experience. The air conditioning has been making loud noises and the staff don’t seem to want to do anything about it. I have never been in such a place. Don’t stay here it’s definitely worth spending the extra money to avoid lack of sleep.
We stayed there 5 days in clean and comfortable room with room service. Price was under 30 Euro a night and breakfast was acceptable. Very well located with helpful staff. All kinds of public transport (bus, tram and metro) in walking distance.
The lack of courtesy of the employee responsible for controlling access to breakfast and the location (an inconvenient place at night), were responsible for not recommending this hotel. The rude man did not want to let me enter the breakfast room 3 minutes before the time limit and he told me that, if I insisted, I should know that I would have to eat very fast because they were about to close. So, in order to avoid problems, I just got a banana and left soon. To my surprise the arrogant guy told me that I could not go out of the room with the banana. Conclusion: I had to eat it standed up beside the ignorant and unprepared employee.
We booked for two via booking.com. Check-in was quick and reception was friendly. Everyone spoke English apart from the rest of the staff unfortunately. That could be disappointed as in Brazil almost noone speaks English, so tourists expect at least to speak in the hotel. I didn't mind a lot because I speak a bit Portuguese although it was confusing sometimes, hopefully my partner is Brazilian. Breakfast was ok - the orange juice though is horrible. Lunch was satisfying as well. Located in Lapa with all the bars nearby. Overall it was a pleasant stay. I would recommend it!
Well located, as it is very close to several places that worth a visit in Rio (Santa Teresa, the Theatre, the Cathedral and the Escadaria Selaron), it offers comfortable, large and clean rooms, in a charming context, since it is a "business-type" hotel. The breakfast offers several option for everyone and it is well balanced between savoury and sweet food. One issue is that, a part from one guy at the reception who not only speaks Portuguese but also English, Spanish, French and Italian, it is impossible to interact with the rest of the staff, which is unacceptable for such an Hotel.