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Reviewed January 4, 2017

The pools are amazing! They are definitely the best part! They are divided by temperature. The higher the hotter. And there are signs saying the temperatures
The whole hotel area is huge! Service was great! Dinner and breakfast are divine!

Stayed: June 2016
Thank jpgalano
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Reviewed February 19, 2015 via mobile

I had to stay in the town of Mossoro for work. The pictures online look exactly like it is. Very beautiful place. If you are American, traveling here be prepared. My first night I checked in after 24 hour flight, to a room full of giant blood sucking Mosquitos. I spent the next two hours trying to kill them. At least 300 plus!! Once I got most of them it was somewhat bearable. People are friendly, food is ok. Pool is very nice and clean.

Stayed: February 2015, traveled on business
3  Thank Doublevc68
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Reviewed December 31, 2014

Positive points:
If you have kids it will be good as there are a lot of kiddie pools, slides and toys plus a small farm and horesback riding

Negative points:

All the pools are really shallow, none of them you can truly swim in and the "deepest one" is wayyyyy too hot - it was always empty as no one could enter it. Plus when we went to do the "pedalinho" there was only ONE available (you're talking about a huge resort with hundreds of ppl).
There is also only one restaurant which is very good in meats, fish and salty food (main dishes) and yet quite lacking when it comes to salads and desserts.

Room Tip: Pretty much all rooms are the same from what I could see
  • Stayed: December 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank ChristyShine
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Reviewed June 5, 2014

Stayed there for one night, in front of a road, during nighttime the noise from trucks hitting the brakes bother a little. Rooms were refurbished, nice bed and linen. The restaurant is ok, only bad thing is the beer, only available, Devassa and Schin. Please give us some choice of good beer.

Stayed: May 2014, traveled on business
1  Thank Mneto29
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

I stayed at the Thermas twice this year, travelling on business. It is located near the highway to Fortaleza, quite isolated from the city. There is no way to walk anywhere, really. If you want to go anyplace in town, you will need a car, even though it is not that far. The resort covers a large area, nicely landscaped. The rooms are near the reception. Further down, there are resaturants, meeting rooms, game rooms, a little lake and a sort of water park, with several swimming pools. The water temperature varies from one pool to another, but most of them are too hot to swim during the day, because hot weather prevails in Mossoró pretty much year round. The facilities are nice but outdated, since the hotel is over thirty years old. I stayed in a good suite, with a little balcony and a king-size bed, and the usual amenities. The bathroom is a bit cramped, just adequate, with a little bathtub. Since they use thermal water everywhere, forget about a cold shower - the water varies from warm to very hot! The room decor is oddly gaudy (see photos), but overall I can't complain about the comfort. Beware that you'll have walk to the upstairs rooms, there is no elevator. The restaurant is OK, they try hard to prepare tasty, well-presented dishes, even though they are not always successful. Breakfast is fine, with a variety of regional fruits and juices. Overall, I give high points to the dedication of the staff to keep everything neat and clean. However, the lack of skills and training sometimes becomes apparent. Anyway, both stays were quite pleasant, and I would return. To tell you the truth, the single thing that annoyed me the most was the hotel manager (or something to that effect) that kept talking loudly on his cell phone during the entire breakfast, every day ;)

Room Tip: I stayed in a suite on the "Odd Room" wing, upper floor. Even though there is a flight of stairs, I preferred that over the gorund floor, because of privacy. The room faced the gardens, a very nice view. Avoid the ones that face the parking lot and the highway...
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled on business
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1  Thank Karl K
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