Finding an ideal budget friendly inn in Itaunas does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Pousada Zimbaue, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Pousada Zimbaue provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Pousada Zimbaue guests have access to a gift shop.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Escondido Bar e Hospedaria, one of the pubs that can be found in Itaunas, which is a short distance from Pousada Zimbaue.
Pousada Zimbaue puts the best of Itaunas at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Zimbaue is a medium size pousada near the center of Itaunas. The owners are very polite and friendly. Always ready to help and give good hints for fun and meals. The rooms are fine with a very good AC (not the old Brazilian boxes that sound like a plane engine in the room), a functional bathroom and tv with satellite (didn’t use). Breakfast was delicious. Juice, fruit, cakes, bread, coffee and if you ask, Tapioca or eggs. All you need to start a good day on the beach. The price is really good. About 40 euros/ 50 USD per night.
I was there in early October on a two-day trip with my sister. It was a cloudy and not particularly warm week and we felt like we were the only tourists in town. The people at Pousada Zimbaue nonetheless created a great environment, prepared the whole place and full breakfast and kept it impeccably clean, lent us bikes for the day, and arranged for a buggy to pick us up to visit the nearby beaches. I heartily recommend them to anyone going to Itaúnas!
Pousada Zimbaúe appears to be the best option in Itaúnas, a small town about a 15 minute walk from an "over the dunes" beach contained within a state park. The owner is friendly and the room rates reasonable. The breakfast (included) is average (lots of breads and cakes but no hot food). I really liked the exterior design of the two floors as well as the color schemes. The mattresses were extremely hard. The wireless Internet was terribly unstable; it seemed nearly impossible to receive a consistent signal from anywhere. There is a restaurant and a convenience store right across the street so the location is ideal. In most other Brazilian beach towns, I would rate the Zimbaúe a definite three star location. I gave it four stars only because the other options we walked by on our way to the beach or to eat paled in comparison.…