Parque Da Costeira

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Vis Costeira, Km 7, Parque das Dunas, Natal, State of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
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Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Hotel Parque Da Costeira

by dswatt

Looking at booking this hotel in October 2006.
Cant find any feed back on this hotel.
Anyone stayed at this hotel can give me any info please before I book it.

RE: Hotel Parque Da Costeira

by vermeir

Hotel Parque da Costeira on the Via Costeira in Natal is a very good hotel but you can get better deals on the same Via Costeira.
Porto do Mar and Barreira Roxa are better, smaller and cheaper.

Luc, Paraty RJ, Brazil

Has anyone been here?

by Lauz

Has anyone stayed in the hotel Parque da Costeira or Ocean Palace resort in Natal region? We're thinking of going next year but havent been able to find anyone who has stayed at either of these! Can anyone help?!

RE: RE: Has anyone been here?

by Bekita


I've been in Ocean Palace, in the summer of 2003, but I believe it has been through some major improvements since then.
Anyway, I've been there for 1 week, in a Junior Suite, just with Breakfast.
The Junior Suite is just amazing, with lots of space. The balcony leads to the beach, and there's a jacuzzi in the bathroom. It has two king size beds, a huge tv, and a good hall with sofas before entering the room.
About the hotel itself:
- Extremelly friendly staff
- Good animation program
- Good services and good food (though you can find meals as good as those much cheaper, outside the hotel)
- Great swimming pool area
- Paid Internet Access

This hotel is situated on the Via Costeira, which is in a more quiet beach area. This has the good side (you can relax more, while on the beach) but also some bad points like the long distance from the good restaurants of Ponta Negra (have to pay taxis) and the not so colorfull or typical north brazil beach (you'll miss the beach sellers - really nice and friendly people - and the really cheap prawns, lobsters and Caipirinhas on the beach.

A good choice would also be one of the hotels at Ponta Negra. Try to avoid staying at Via Costeira.

Have a good trip!

RE: Has anyone been here?

by dswatt

I am trying to find out information about the parque da costeira as well.
Their web site looks realy good, but if you are like me I prefer to hear from fellow holiday makers about their experiancees.
I have copied the web site for you to look at below.
If I get any information I will pass it on to you.

RE: Has anyone been here?

by heming1

i am stating there on 8th november for 1 week,never been before will post opinion on here when i return.cant wait till i go looks really good

RE: Has anyone been here?

by RicMelo

Parque da Costeira and Ocean Palace are both great hotels in Natal, they are on top of the list of best hotels there. As you must see in the pictures, Parque da Costeira looks a little "hand made" in its decoration, and Ocean palace is a little more "mmodern".. I mean just appear like that, because the 2 are very modern buildings! But if I was a tourist first time in Natal, I choose Ocean Palace, because its very close to Ponta Negra neighbohood with shopping malls and all you want, because it is located in the begining of via costeira (a 12km street with dunes, beach and hotels), and Parque da Costeira have nothing arround.. to move there you must take a taxi, bus or walk 20min.. Thats an advice.. hope it help your choice. Any questions email me! Bye1

Not sure about Brazil being a first timer.

by colbeck100

I usually orgamise my own holidays from start to finish but when we try a new country I like to use a company. We fancy Brazil but we are still not convinced.
We have looked at Portland Direct brochure and there are one or two good deals. It looks like there are many hotels that are being refurbished and this would make old reviews redundant.
therefore can anybody give up to date info on Parque da Costeira, Vila do Mar and the Ocean Palace.
Being a novice can you also advise about type of weather to expect in October.

RE: Not sure about Brazil being a first timer.

by vermeir

Ocean Palace: some consider this the most sophisticated and best hotel of Natal (for other the best is Pestana), with aquatic park, 150 m of deck over the sea, hydro massage, wet bar and one of the best restaurants of Natal (Le Soleil) (
Vila do Mar: one of the oldest (1986) and most traditional hotels of the Via Costeira, 210 rooms with veranda and sea view (
Parque da Costeira: more business travel oriented. Very good restaurant. Three folkloric shows per week, 4 swimming pools and superb 350 m deck over the beach. (
The weather should be perfect in October, warm, sunshine and no rain (wet season starts in November)

Luc, Paraty RJ, Brazil

RE: RE: Not sure about Brazil being a first timer.

by colbeck100

Thanks Vermeir for your detailed answer. I really apprecite you taking the time.

RE: Not sure about Brazil being a first timer.

by Heavens-Mirror

im staying at the Vila Do Mar Hotel in April and would love to hear more about it. Also more about the area too.. What is the weather like in April too?
It will be my 21st Birthday whilst im out there & id like to do something special for it, any recommendations??

Travel Tips for Natal

by elephant930

Take a trip with
We went on a 2 day trip to Pipa with Emilio a Dutch guy who speaks perfect English & Portuguese.
We visited many places on the way to Pipa, including a Brazillian market, protected forest that housed monkeys, tortoise, a croc, bats & a conservation area devoted to sea turtles. We stayed over night in a pousada in Pipa, which gave us the opportunity to sample Pipa after dark. The following day we visited more places & went on a boat trip to swin with the dolphins.
Would highly recommend you take a trip with him.

Carnatal - the off-season carnival of Natal

by Alless

One week of carnival is not enough for many Brazilians.
Almost every big city tries to capitalize on that fact and organize an off-season carnival. Fortaleza has Fortal, Recife has Recifolia, Brasilia (a city famous not just for not having carnival, but also for not having any other means of having fun) has Candango; Natal has Carnatal.
Carnatal takes place sometime in early November. It has happened in the streets around Machadao (traffic around the stadium changes radically during Carnatal days), but every year a discussion arises about the convenience of moving the party somewhere else (people who live around that area claim they pay too much tax and are unhappy with all the noise that Carnatal makes).
While in Rio it's difficult (though possible) for foreigners to participate directly of the parades (most tourists just watch alegories passing by), in Carnatal participation is the norm.
There are several "blocos", which consistly basicly of a famous band playing music very loudly on the top of a big adapted truck; the truck moves slowly along the streets, and the members of the block are allowed to follow it, singing, dancing and enjoying themselves (plenty of drinking, flerting, hugging, kissing). A membership costs around R$100, and you are identified by a characteristic t-shirt, called abada; only people wearing abadas can follow the block.
You can also just watch the blocks; either you pay a small fee to be allowed in the cabines mounted around the Carnatal streets, or just wander around for free.

Natal - ''City of the Dunes''

by Sunshinekiss

"Park of Dunes"

Natal is known as "City of the Dunes", with a Park of Dunes measuring 8 kilometers of extension and 1,8 kilometer of width. Its sea is of calm, blue and crystal clear waters. It's just breathtaking...

"PIPA - Praia do Amor (Beach of Love)"

Pipa is one of Natal's most beautiful beaches where you can enjoy the cliffs, coconut trees, hills, reefs and some natural swimming pools.


The famous Beach of Genipabu, another paradise of the Brazilian northeast, offers special adventures such as buggy rides over the fixed dunes, reaching up to 30 meters in height, and the amazing opportunity to visit its movable dunes that for the action of the winds are never in the same place.


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Address: Avenida Vis Costeira, Km 7, Parque das Dunas, Natal, State of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil