This hostel is in a great location in Santa Teresa - its effectively lapa without the danger and quiet when you get back from going out. It is a bit of a climb but you get used to it and they always have a jug of water waiting for you! The breakfast is nice - usual thing for brazil: toast, cheese, ham, fruit etc plus toastie machine. The rooms are spacious and clean (white sheets and towels show how clean it is!) the staff were very helpful and told us loads of things to do, booked cabs, organised tours, airport transfers. All in all we really enjoyed our stay (we were there for 5 nights so really got a feel for it) and would highly recommend it especially for ease of going out in lapa. Also buses are near + tube is 15 min walk at most. They don't have a kitchen for guests but there are plenty of cheap places to eat in the area which usually have some form of live music
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Bossa in Rio Hostel! Created by a couple of brazilian backpackers who have a passion for travel, Bossa in Rio has been carefully crafted to provide you with a comfortable, safe and unforgettable stay.We are a boutique hostel strategically located in Santa Teresa, the city's most charming neighborhood, offering all the facilities you might want. The Bossa in Rio Hostel is the ideal place for enjoying some comfort, making friends and enjoying the city. Be prepared for a short walk up and a very pleasant stay!Please have in mind Santa Teresa is located on a hill and that there are stairs and ramps to access the rooms. We are waiting for you! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bossa In Rio Hostel Rio De Janeiro, Brazil