Visited this hotel for one night whilst touring North East Brazil. The hotel has a very spacious reception area and although it was built in the 1970,s it is very clean and the rooms are located a number of blocks on two levels. Breakfast had a lot of local food from the region and of good quality, lunch and dinner are served in the same restaurant area. Our room was on the ground floor with comfortable beds and the shower area was very clean and well equipped with soaps etc.
The main highlight was the about 12 thermal swimming pools which were located in a closed complex which for a fee is open to the general public. There are a number of slides in a large pool area which were very enjoyable. The swimming pools are all from very warm at a low level of the garden and has you climb further it gets hotter. To get acclimatised it is best to start at the lower temperature pools and work your way up to the higher temperature. There are seating areas in the pools which are ideal to drink your favourite tipple, all served by waiters who are very friendly and helpful. It is possible to order snacks and meals in various locations in the complex. Sometime the is live music .
A great place to unwind.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking