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We came to this hostel as it was the cheapest we found on booking.com
JUST FOR YOU TO KNOW: The neighborhood is VERY dangerous. Crowded of homeless people, drug-addicts and robbers. My friend and I were scared when arriving at the hostel as lots of...More
We have been in Villa Santana for 4 nights. If You arę backpacker this place is for You - precedens but the standard is low/medium. Breakfadt is the same everyday, the Smell in our room reminds me Oldsmoker and homeless person. Baths were clean and...More
=== Advantages ===
* Private room with shared bathroom for 50 reales
* Purified water on each floor
* Clean rooms and restrooms
* Decent LCD TV (Portuguese only)
* Clean linens and towels included
* Strong Wi-Fi
=== Disadvantages ===
* Bad neighborhood -...More
I have read the other reviews, and have to disagree with most of them. This was a very cheap place to stay and close to the lively area of Lapa. This is not a 5 Star hotel, but you are not paying 5 Star prices....More
dirty rooms, ants & a full ashtray in our non smoking room, no breakfast or wifi as advertised in rental ad, VERY unfriendly staff, unsafe location, the one person that spoke english walked away when I asked him a question. Front desk gave incorrect hours...More
US$14 - US$31 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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