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Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

Stayed here for 2nights before a boat trip on the Amazon.

Friendly and helpful staff made us feel very welcome as well as advising us well on local restaurants.

Nice room and outdoor area with a pool. Good breakfast.

Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
Thank Martin B
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Reviewed 18 August 2015

My sister and I stayed here in June, the night before our Amazon trip and the night after. The staff stored our luggage securely while we were in the jungle. Upon our arrival (which was earlier than check in), our room wasn't ready, but staff made it up quickly. So grateful for the air conditioning, even in June.
The breakfast area was unattended both days of our visit and the pool not ready for a swim the first day. We did arrive on a Sunday the first day however.
There were some language issues, but we made out okay.
It is quite a distance from the airport. We did arrange an airport pickup upon arrival, but found the local taxi to be much cheaper when returning to the airport.
This is an older, but clean and comfortable residence. It was very quiet when we visited. I would stay here again if ever I go back to Manaus.

  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled with family
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Thank Linda N
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Reviewed 23 May 2015

We stayed for 3 nights before and after our Jungle tour, it’s a simple, clean and comfortable place! Great staff, smiling and helpful! Receptionists speak English very well. Rooms are big enough and air conditioned. They kept our luggage safely when we left for a jungle trek, and offered us cheap laundry services. Good breakfast with fresh Juice and fruits. Personally I love fruits. The swimming pool was small but big enough to relax and refresh. Keep it up please!

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled with family
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Thank Scott J
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Reviewed 20 May 2015

We descended upon this hotel after a year of planning The Great Amazon Safari with 11 other friends & relatives. Everything was effected as arranged. Our group of guests arrived over 2-3 days, with all sorts of requests/requirements - mostly about changing money, as it was Easter Week and banks etc. were shut. The hotel management went the extra kilometre to accommodate our initial cashlessness - and everything was worked out calmly and rationally.

Miguel (father) & Mauro (son & owner) saw to it that everything was running smoothly. Miguel is the Old Man of The River, and his boat, the "Apurissaua" was our riverboat. The local tours recommended were good, transport was reliable and flexible (at any hour), and - because we were a party of 12 - economical.

I cannot speak too highly of Miguel. He loves what he does, and he makes sure you do too. He was considerate and helpful over long hours, and we had a brilliant Amazon cruise, with the pousada as accommodation at both ends.

The rooms were clean, secure, and the pool was essential. Food was always readily available - and we had no problem with egg dishes of several kinds (not just scrambled).

In fact the service was outstanding. But yes, neighbourhood dogs need a bullet!

Room Tip: Make the effort to relate well with staff. They will respond well.
  • Stayed: April 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sandron60
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Reviewed 18 May 2015

We always try to avoid cookie-cutter, branded properties when we travel to out-of-the-way places. Finding an attractive, 'one-of-a-kind hotel stay in Manaus is almost impossible. In any event, Manaus does not boast quality, independent hotels. Most international visitors use the city as a launch-pad for a visit to the Amazon rain-forest. The best description for Manaus is 'an urban jungle plonked close to the Amazon. Chez Les Rois is really an oldish residential home converted into a small bed and breakfast hotel. The property has 10 rooms, some of which are OK in size (we were in a double that could actually sleep 3 although it would have been too cramped for more than 2). An en-suite bathroom with a good hot water shower. Flat screen TV (but with principally Brazilian channels), in-room wifi which worked fine. Small windows, which I suppose are a feature of the area, to ensure as little light (and heat) entered the room. The bedrooms have basic furniture and little else. Very sparse, but probably, you will not be spending much time in your room? There is a communal balcony on the first floor but beware! This hotel is very popular with domestic visitors and the noise levels from whichever family commandeers the use of the small balcony can be loud if you are in the adjoining room.
Breakfast is a monotonous, if relatively plentiful, affair. For the five days we were there, the buffet did not vary, with the exception of the fresh fruit juice. Two types of sliced bread, breakfast rolls, cheese, ham, jams, fresh fruit, coffee, scrambled eggs, french toast (or something like it). If you want black tea, bring your own as most establishments in Northern Brazil supply only herbal tea. Breakfast is served pool-side.
The pool is small, with very little space for lounging, probably because space is such a precious commodity in Manaus.
The staff are pleasant and although most of them do not speak English or any other European language apart from Portuguese, this was not a problem. They really do work hard to please.
Although as a visitor you might not recognize it, the location of the hotel is in a trendy neighbourhood. We had no issues walking out and about at all times of the day and night. There are tons of really good restaurants and shops in the area. The city centre is a 15 minute taxi ride away. One of our disappointments with Manaus was that although it is in close proximity to the rain-forest, there are very few green spaces in the city itself and this includes the hotel.
This hotel is good value for money

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  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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