Located in the heart of the city. A perfect spot for those coming for the World Cup. Beira-Rio Stadium is within a 20 min walk. All the city's major attractions are reachable by a short walk, like Redenção Park and the bohemian Cidade Baixa.
The apartment is equiped with brand new bunk beds and matresses. You can also rent a towel for an addicional small fee. It's not a luxury hotel but it's confortable enough to spend a few days in one of the best locations of the city. For those going to the World Cup, it couldn't be better. The Baira-Rio Stadium is located within a 20 min walk from the place. Great location! All the major attractions of the city are reachable by a short walk. The Public Market, the beautiful Redenção Park, the bohemian "Cidade Baixa", with its great night-life, Guaiba River, museums, shops, cinema etc.
Breakfast; Internet; Kitchen; TV; coffee, "chimarrão" and tea; towels.
Interaction with guests
I'll be around all the time to help the guests. I'm a friendly, easy going guy, fluent in English and Spanish.
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I consider myself a friendly, easy going guy. I'm a journalist who spent the past two years living in Dublin. During this time, I had the chance to meet a lot of people from different countries and absorb a bit of each culture. Now I'm back to Brazil to put some projects on the rails. Writing projects.
I travelled a lot in Europe, usually staying in Hostels or B&Bs. Doing that, I had some great and some bad experiences. I believe that a nice accomodation must be clean and confortable and your host (or staff) attentive and willing to help. I'd love to guide someone by my city telling what's worth to do according to the available time. Tips, tips, tips. That's important in a trip. A good place to eat and drink, to dance, a good spot to chill out, local programs, shopping, nature, safety. A bit of History and folktales.
I'd be glad to share some of my experiences as a native or as a traveller, but I also believe that is really important to respect someone else's space, be him a guest or a host. Each person has its own ideals of travel. Do it your way, always reasonably and respectfully. That's what I believe ;)