des voyageurs TripAdvisor recommandent cet hôtel
C'est un hôtel à un prix raisonnable, avec un bon et copieux petit déjeuner, assez occupés au moment de vacances. Peut-être un autre grille-pain devraient également être fournis. Très belles vues sur la mer, et bénéficie d'un excellent emplacement. Personnel sympathique et serviable.
"Hôtel de lune de miel avec une vue imprenable"
J'ai séjourné dans cet hôtel pour ma lune de miel et j'ai adoré cet hôtel. La vue depuis notre chambre donnait sur la plage et la mer bleue et limpide et le personnel était gentil et serviable. Le petit déjeuner était bon et la chambre était impeccablement entretenues par le personnel sympathique. Nous avons aussi pu réserver toutes nos excursions depuis l'hôtel et il y a plusieurs restaurants au bord près de l'hôtel. J'ai également observé que le personnel de la réception est multilingue, qui nous ont aidés, car ma J'envisageais portugais leçons commencent seulement !
Hôtel bien situé sur la plage appelé Ponta Verde Les appartements sont modernes, spacieuses et propres. Le petit déjeuner avec une variété d'options. La plage en face de l'hôtel est polluée. Vous aurez besoin de louer une voiture ou prendre une excursion pour aller dans les meilleures plages de la région (Frances, Gunga, Somho Verde, Tabuba, Ipioca, etc. ..). L'hôtel a besoin d'améliorer les ascenseurs (quelques et lent).
"Stinky and noisy"
Keep in mind this is a fairly cheap hotel with an ocean view in the nicest city neighborhood. It has got to have a catch, right' And it does... Two, actually: the room had an ever so slightly stinch of forgotten soaked sock and the hallway was insanely noisy. Some genious thought it was a good idea putting small tiles all over the corridor, making any suitcase or cleaning cart passing by way too loud! Not to mention people chatting and banging doors... Very poor sleep! I wouldn't stay there again, I'd say it would only pay off if you go to bed comatosely drunk...
"Served its purpose"
I stayed here last week for 3 nights. The hotel staff is friendly as others have stated. The first night there my roommates saw and killed 3 small roaches. We told the staff the following morning and they were surprised and sent someone right up to exterminate. We were leaving for the day so that was fine but we did end up seeing another roach the next night as well as a lot of little ants. One thing that bothered me was I could hear alot of noise others made from the hallway and even cars outside since I was sleeping next to the window but nothing that ever kept me awake. The beds are not exactly comfortable and you are only supplied with one pillow so if you are looking for luxury this is not the place. Breakfast was included in our stay and includes all Brazilian traditional breakfast foods so don't expect to find any bacon! They do have the option of getting eggs made to order and even tapioca. I suggest you learn how to ask for the foods you want in Portuguese since I didn't meet anyone in Maceio that spoke English. The pictures others have posted depict the hotel and its rooms correctly but the professional photos posted by the hotel certainly do not look like any room I saw and I saw a couple. The beach is no longer as clean looking as it is in the posted pictures. There was a ton of seaweed so we ended up taking day trips to other beaches. Gunga beach was the best and it only cost U.S. $12 to go for the day and you can sign up for it through the hotel. Once there we did a ride on a dune buggy which was worth the U.S. $15. The beach has umbrellas, tables and chairs and food service. As it's winter there now there is a chance of rain everyday. Weather.com showed more than a 50% chance of rain everyday but we never got stuck in the rain, it always rained later at night. Best places to eat nearby were the House of Shrimp and Parmegianno was good for pizza and large salads. We also went to Wanchaco which was pricier but all of the food was delicious and really large portions, they go a little heavy on the sauces which isn't necessary. There seemed to be some pretty nice looking boutique style hotels in the area that look to be worth researching to find. There also seemed to be some nice looking shops around but I never had time to go shopping. This hotel served its purpose as I was only there to sleep and shower and since I shared a room with two other people it only cost me like U.S. $60/night.
Cartes de crédit acceptées par l'hôtel : American Express - Visa - MasterCard
Check-in : 14h00, Check-out : 12h00