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Casa Santa Teresa B&B

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Rua Progresso, 86, Rio de Janeiro 20240-060, Brazil
+55 212 210 0470


Casa Santa Teresa B&B
Tue 21/11
Wed 22/11

Overall guest ratings

9.9/10 Excellent
based on 10 reviews

Review highlights

  • 10.0


  • 0.9 km Sambadrome
  • 1.2 km Carioca Aqueduct
  • 1.2 km Selaron Steps
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## Please notice we have special rates and/or a different minimum night stay during Carnival and New Year's Eve. Send us a message before making a booking request ## Built in 1938 in Art Deco style house hidden behind a large backyard with garden and a terrace with a beautiful view of the Christ Redeemer and pool. The room is very comfortable and has a double bed and can accommodate 2 people. Provide you with towels, breakfast, TV, wireless internet and also air conditioning. If you need parking there also. Located near the Largo das Neves in the neighborhood of Santa Teresa - Rio de Janeiro the house offers easy handling and is close to the Sambadrome and the street carnival. The family works in the production of events related to music, theater and visual arts. Rio de Janeiro is Brazil's primary tourist attraction and resort. It receives the most visitors per year of any city in South America with 2.82 million international tourists a year. While the city has in past had a thriving tourism sector, the industry entered a decline in the last quarter of the 20th century. Services for tourists were lacking at the time, and visitors frequently found themselves subjected to a hostile environment: Few workers in the commercial sector could speak any language but Portuguese, beach and city pollution was deterring holidayers, and crime against tourists was increasing. The fact that Brasília replaced Rio de Janeiro as the Brazilian capital and São Paulo as the country's commercial center has also been cited as a leading cause of the decline. Rio de Janeiro's government has since undertaken to modernize the city's economy, reduce its chronic social inequalities, and improve its commercial standing as part of an initiative for the regeneration of the tourism industry. The city is an important global LGBT destination, 1 million LGBTs visit the city of Rio de Janeiro each year.

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  • Internet
  • Outdoor pool
  • Parking
  • Air-conditioned
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Terrace/Patio
  • Adults only
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