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Reviewed 4 May 2017

I see that no one has reviewed the B&B lately, so I will add my two cents for this second visit to Manaus. There is a dearth of good hotels in Manaus and this place, while not a luxury property, fits the bill for me. Truly amazing people - Mauro the owner has a special talent for hiring folks that share his passion for service - a little pool, good air conditioning in the rooms and a friendly vibe.

I would also like to address some of the more negative comments in other reviews:

threadbare sheets - if you have stayed in this area for any length of time, you will realize that accommodations do not feature goose-down duvets. Sheets are always the only option, perhaps with a light blanket. This means you can be chilly if you have the AC cranked up. I suggest you do as the locals do and keep it not too cool. It is not a Chez phenomenon to have only sheets on the beds.

sketchy neighborhood - the city of Manaus is not known for its first world amenities and there is plenty of aesthetically challenged ambience - everywhere. The neighborhood is mostly residential and as safe as anywhere else in Manaus. Don't confuse sketchy with ugly. Use common sense and you will be fine. Don't fall into the potholes on the cracked sidewalks.

nothing around - um, no. Not true. The Manauara Shopping is walkable, although you will sweat. Downtown is also walkable, but you will sweat a lot on the 1 hour hike along crumbling or non-existent sidewalks. Naoca restaurant is good. I discovered a pizzeria (Di Caputti) within 5 minutes (right beside a huge supermarket) that served up a most excellent thin crust pizza and makes fabulous caipirinhas. A bakery is also nearby if you must have your fix of pao de queijo. And there is a taxi stand literally RIGHT NEXT DOOR at the little corner park.

And as for the personnel, well they are all great. Jessica is still here, all smiles and happy to help with whatever you need. Regina is in charge of breakfast. Zé is sweeping still every morning. Aileen is another addition to the staff and speaks Spanish (hoooray) and Engish. And there is of course Mauro, who is always around to help in anything from arranging airport transportation to restaurants to well, really anything.

I said at the outset, Manaus has pitifully few quality hotels - you need only to peruse the offerings on the web and read the reviews and see that this is the case. Also airbnb - check out some of the rooms and you will be truly amazed at how awful they look. Chez Les Rois is - to me anyway - an oasis and a great alternative to the other options out there.

Recommended!

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled solo
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Thank BillLawson
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

Very comfortable pousada with outdoor breakfast table at the pool. Very friendly and helpful hosts. Preorganised taxi-drive from airport to the pousada at midnight worked out perfectly. Water in the pool very clean, which is a nice break after spending a day in and around Manaus. Good and safe location, outside the center of Manaus, distance to the center approx. 10 min. in the taxi. Pousada is 2 min. away from delicious bakery with cold and warm food. Room, beds and bathroom are clean and very basic. All in all a good place to stay in Manaus.

Room Tip: Familienzimmer im 1. OG mit kleiner Terrasse und Blick auf den Pool für Familien sehr geeignet.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank begs4058
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Reviewed 19 July 2016

We stayed at Chez les Rois in Manaus before and after visiting a rainforest lodge for a few nights. The staff really made this place exceptional. Jessica arranged our ride from the airport and worked late just so that an English-speaker would be there to greet us when we checked in. She and the other staff graciously helped us with our questions about pronunciation in Portuguese and how to get around the city. The rooms were affordable and simple, but nice, with powerful air conditioning, which is necessary in Manaus! When we were not in the room, we enjoyed relaxing in the courtyard by the cute pool and taking in the sounds of the city. The breakfast was excellent and gave us an introduction to some of the delicious fruits and juices of Amazonas. The location seemed safe to us and was close to restaurants, banks, a large shopping mall, etc. We would recommend it to anyone needing a place to stay in Manaus. We were so much more comfortable here than we would have been in one of the large business hotels. Thanks to all of the Chez les Rois staff!

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank knoe
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Reviewed 7 July 2016

Relaxed setting with a pool and trees. An elegant 2 story house converted recently into a hotel/B&B. Need a taxi to go to downtown, but well worth it. Breakfast by the pool under the shade. Don't miss the tapioca cheese for breakfast.. Rooms are spacious.Nice ambiance and staff is charming and helpful. I really enjoyed it. Neighborhood has good restaurants and shops.

Room Tip: 2nd floor rooms have adjacent common balconies with a table and nice setting
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Amr E
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Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

The first hotel of our holiday and directly a place where we felt at home. The lady at the reception is very friendly and also helped us via mail prior to our arrival. Breakfast is als good and the pool is a nice to have. Not all receptionists have the same level of English speaking skills, so ask you're questions when the right one is in place

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
Thank SteinG1
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