Park Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ruas Dos Navegantes, 9, Boa Viagem, Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 32% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples73
  • Solo71
  • Business46

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Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by aynavaz

We will be visiting Olinda and Tamandaré beaches next february 2011 and I would appreciate any help or recommendation of pousadas or hotels for a small/medium budget. We will have no car so i guess it´s important to be near town center in both places. We will stay in Olinda only for a couple of days and we will expend about 10 days in tamandaré. Thanks in advance for your help!
-Ayna

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by bahiana77

Note that Olinda does not have swimable (i.e. unpolluted) beaches.

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by bahiana77

And taxis are relatively cheap.

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by aynavaz

Thank BAhiana for you comment. Yes, the idea in Olinda is to visit de City and then go to Tamandaré to enjoy the beach!

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by cgf

I would prefere Porto de Galinhas for the beach.
imho to Olinda just a daytrip visit.

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by bahiana77

One thing you will surely enjoy though, is sitting out on one of the jetties that project into the ocean, where the nearby restaurants/bars set up tables and chairs--a great way to enjoy a soft breezy night in Olinda with the sound of the waves.
Also while in Olinda, check out the best of the local crafts. There is some nice handmade lace and a lot of cheaper machine made stuff. I particularly like a local naif style of printmaking, on paper and T-shirts, showing subjects like a vaquejada or Iemanja.

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by aynavaz

Thank a lot... I would do that for sure!
Do you know a pousada or hotel where i can stay there?

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by bahiana77

No, sorry, I stay with a friend who lives in Recife. You can check for accomodation reviews on the TripAdvisor site though or one of the guidebooks that includes suggestions.

Re: Visiting Olinda and Tamandaré

by NedHopkins

I heartily recommend the Pousada do Amparo in Olinda. It's a comfortable inn with a good restaurant; it's in am area of colonial-era buildings, close to a couple of eateries that serve near-gourmet quality meals, and within walking distance of most of the interesting places in the town.

www.pousadadoamparo.com.br

Travel Tips for Recife

The three main islands in the...

by Manoel_Dias

The three main islands in the delta of the Capibaribe and Beberibe rivers - Recife, Santo Antonio and Boa Vista - make up the city known as Recife, a modern capital of 1,500,000 inhabitants. It was named after the reefs (‘recifes’) that protect the palm fringed beaches. is the most popular beach. It is here one finds the best hotels, outdoor cafés and restaurants, as well as modern condominiums. The Dutch invasion of Recife in 1630 and their 30-year occupation can still be seen in its architecture, folklore and people. The Olinda a few minutes from downtown Recife, was declared a World Monument by Unesco. It is one of the best kept historical sites in Brazil. During the Holy Week, Nova Jerusalém a small town 185 km from Recife stages a Pageant of the Jesus Chist. The entire population of the town takes part. It is the world’s largest open-air theater, and spectators go along with the performers from one station to the next.

Instituto Brennand - S. João Castle

by solopes

A fabulous collection of historical weapons, presented in a castle with a very well elaborated display. The furniture, pictures and decorative elements are very well integrated giving to the collection a softness and delicacy that smooths the aggressive character of the items, and the density of its richness. Photo is not allowed inside, and that's my only complaint.

Pottery Brennand - The Garden

by solopes

Most of the best work of Brennand is exposed in the garden. Clearly obsessed by erotic shapes, there's a touch of Dali in some of the "crazy" compositions. The Taj Mahal is the central volume, and the fountains and walls frame it very well.

I lived here for six months - amazing place

by sarahdarvell

I lived in Casa Amarela, a bairro in the north of the city for 6 months whilst teaching English at Britanic International IH in 2001 - it is an amazing city, although perhaps not essential for a tourist. Living there, however, is a mind-blowing experience...

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