Allia Gran is OK -which is pretty much what you can say for comparable alternatives such as Comfort Suites a few yards down street or Grand Bittar. The reception area is pleasantly furnished, and the staff are efficient and speak English. My room on 14th floor was Brasilia standard issue brown/beige decor- not as big as Comfort Suites. It had a flat screen TV but like Bittar no international channels. A bonus however is that it has an iron& board ( neither Comfort Suites or Bittar provide this). There is fridge with some minibar drinks but oddly the room has no drinking glasses. The bathroom is drab but functional. My room had a large window with a good view down to the lake but the interior was gloomy caused by several lights not working. The hotel breakfast area was busy but offers the most limited choice of the 3 hotels I have used. I used room service one evening and it was efficient. On the basis of my experiences of 3 trips to Brasilia in the past 6 months I would say there is not much to choose between these fairly average hotels.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Allia Gran Hotel Brasilia Suites brings together in one place a perfect stay for those visiting Brasilia / DF for business or pleasure, bringing comfort and a privileged location in the capital. With high-standard apartments and impeccable infrastructure, the hotel provides excellent service to its guests. ... more less
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- Allia Gran Hotel Brasilia Suites Brazil