Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.4 Room cleanliness
2.1 Service & staff
2.2 Room comfort
1.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Dated HotelPosted Jul 24, 2014
Unfortunately hotel staff are not very friendly or helpful. I suspected that the hotel had been shut down sometime ago and only reopened to accommodate those attending the world cup - the decoration was very dated and some of the signs in the hotel were inaccurate - directing you to services, e.g. gym, which was no longer present. The breakfast was of very low quality.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 2, 2014
The place feels like it hasn't been cleaned since 1976, and photos in the dining room are clearly from that era. Staff is nice enough, but they seem to know they don't have to try very hard. There was a coating of grime on the curtains and the furniture. But, it was the cheapest, so you get what you pay for.
by Carlos Machado from Florianopolis
The hotel is old and badly maintained.Posted May 29, 2014
Pros: I didn't like anything.
Cons: Everything. Should be renovated, staff should have another attitude. They should, at least, provide free internet in the rooms.
Location: very good location.
Elevator didn't work properly, room badly lighted, not really clean. Uncomfortable beds. VERY expensive for what is offers. Breakfast is poor and served in a dark, bad room.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
barely acceptablePosted Dec 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very shabby building and furnishings. Thankfully, the floors are laminate so no grungy carpet. The windows and doors are so thin that I kept checking to see if they were open. The bed was surprising comfortable and the linens were clean, so that made it acceptable. I did not take advantage of the food offerings. It is 2 blocks to a nice mall that has a good food court and some restaurants. There is a taxi stand right outside the hotel and you can walk across the park to the other hotel cluster that has a couple more restaurant choices. The Belgium beer bar over there is the best find in town, but expensive. If you're looking to save money and don't care about your room, then it is safe and clean.
for Business Travelersby Carlos Borges from Fort Lauderdale
Old, ugly and abanonedPosted Nov 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
In so many years of Hotels.com affiliation, I've never had a bad experience like that. Minimal things like, a phone at the room which does not make outside calls, no wake up calls, very poor breakfast, old and not very clean facilities and, bizarre! almost no lights at the front desk area!!!! My friends in Brasilia ask me why I choose this one???? Well, lesson learned. Hotrels.com should not carry this one.
by Lawyer from São Paulo
Well placed, but old and not very confortable.Posted Oct 11, 2013
Pros: It worth only if you are looking for a well placed spot at a low price (in comparison to another nearby hotels).
Location: Very good location. Near the centre and the main office buildings.
It seems like an old hotel that had had its best days. The beds are old, poor towels and old mobilia.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Internet is NOT free (10USD/day min. payment) Reception does NOT speak English. Breakfast is very average. Location is great at a stone through from the new Stadium...
by A verified traveler
Pick any other!Posted Apr 11, 2013
Cons: Service, cleaning
Very bad, the service is the worst I've ever had, I arrived 10 pm and they said my room was not ready, and I had to wait 45 minutes to get a room. When I got to the room, the bed was bad, the bath wasn't very clean and the towels are the worst I've seen. The noise of the room was terrible.
for Everyoneby Glen from Santa Fe, NM, USA
OK Hotel....less cost than the othersPosted Apr 3, 2013
Pros: The constant noise of the traffic in Brasilia....wear ear plugs
Cons: We got out of Brasilia as fast as possible after the basic tour, enjoyed the little town of Pirenopolis a few hours away by bus.
Location: AIRAM is as good a location as you can get in Brasilia...all the Hotels are in this sector.
One Staff member was our saving grace,speaking perfect English while no one else on staff spoke a word! One of the first hotels in Brasilia, a bit funkier than the surrounding hotels,but way less mola. Right in the heart of the hotel area,the main tower and water fountain close by. Mostly Brazilians at our Hotel, and a basic but good breakfast buffet.
for Business Travelersby edson
Posted Oct 28, 2012 on Hotels.com