good location 4 a nice small
hotel, right on the copacabana av.
swimming pool on the terrace
a/c in all rooms
I will be in Rio for a few days in May. I was thinking of staying in a B&B in Santa Teresa. Can anyone reccomend any nice ones? Is the area safe to stay in?
Lodging options range from palatial, big splurge hotels along Copacobana and Ipanema beachfronts to more modest hotels situated inland. Apa Hotel, Center Hotel, Regina Hotel and Copacabana Rio Hotel etc are also good hotels to stay.
As a brazilian native, I've never been at Rio before (and I live in Sao Paulo, that is besides Rio).
Well, I recomend Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo nightlife is the best, ever.
Here's a network of B&Bs in Santa Teresa.
Here's one fancier one:
Santa Teresa has a lot of charm. The architecture is interesting (and historical). See the Museu Chacara do Ceu. Some good restaurants up there too. The bondinho is fun. But it is a neighborhood that is still gentrifying, and as such, is not completely safe (as if any place in Rio really is). It's best to stay on populated streets and take taxis after dark, but that is also true for tourists in upscale Ipanema.
A new sophisticated hotel in Santa Tereza. It belongs to Rede Relais&Châteaux.
It's a french group.
I am pasteing it's site link to you:
Hi, I'm a British female living in Santa Teresa, and I find the area perfectly safe (by Rio standards, that is!). Take the usual precautions, of course, but I find it much safer than Copacabana and even Ipanema, as there are no street sleepers in the neighbourhood. For good B&Bs, check out cama e cafe, they place people with homeowners according to age, interests etc, and they have places in every price range. If you're interested in hostels, I like Trip Hostel - and would advise against Rio Hostel. One word of warning - the walk between Santa Teresa and Lapa is not safe after dark, take a taxi. I've written some reviews of hotels and restaurants in Santa Teresa on the NileGuide website (www.nilguide.com), just choose the Rio de Janeiro pages and you should find lots of info. If you need any more advice about things to do in Santa/Rio just let me know!
There's a comfortable new pousada with spectacular views, and a Franco-Brazilian owner with good English, at R. Pedro America 946, Sta Teresa. Contact Meyra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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