Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
2.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Boston
Hotel is in front of the beachPosted Aug 21, 2014
Pros: Clean, in front of the beach, free parking, free wifi, air condition, large rooms, jacuzi
Cons: Breakfast buffet is decent but not anything fantastic.
Location: Beach, take a dune buggy trip with a reputable tour companies such as Marrazul, rent a car and drive to beaches in maAracju, panaru and pipa.
Upon arrival in this place the first thing you see is graffiti on the surrounding walls and electrified barbed wire on the back of the property but this is Brazil and some times this is the standard if not the norm. Pass that first observation and you will find: Rooms that are large and very clean with Flat screen T.V (They are a bit outdated and can use a fresh coat of paint) personalized Jacuzi on the roof of each unit , decent buffet breakfast that is included in the price, free wifi , free parking and location right in front of the beach. Natal has some great beaches but they are not close so your best bet is to rent a car, which you can do from the airport or in Town. This places is roughly about 20 miles from the airport so keep that in mind which ever you go.
Recommendedby O.D. from USA
Beautiful ViewPosted Jun 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel has a great location and is overall a very good value. If you have a room that faces the beach, it's hard to imagine a better deal in Natal. The only downside in the hotel service was breakfast, where the staff was unfriendly and overall not sufficiently qualified to address even basic requests or questions. Once one leaves the beachfront promenade, there appears to be a safety issue, according to the hotel's own security personnel, but that would affect all hotel in the neighborhood equally.
for Everyoneby Patricia from buenos aires
Good locationPosted Apr 17, 2014
Nice hotel but the cleaniness Was Truely bad... Romos are big, but disfunctional. The best Was the Guy at the pool bar... The rest just ok...
by Nilson from London
Learn Portuguese if you want to stay at AquariaPosted Sep 16, 2012
Pros: Good size terrace
Cons: Reception staff
The reception area is cold and unfriendly, no customer service skills. Asked for a late check out, one receptionist said ok, the other said I had to pay a fee (fair enough) and after the fee had been agreed, the reception manager rang later to say: no late check out. After exchanging few hard words, it was agreed that we could stay until 19hrs (paying a fee). Another bad point ,due to the "U" shape of the building, noise (music) from the bar can be heard all day long in the room. Make sure you speak Portuguese if you want to stay there, no other language spoken. Wouldn't go back or recommend to anyone, but then again, this was only my experience.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Nice location for familiesPosted Jun 6, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice location for families and whoever wants to really stay in front of the beach (instead of 1 block apart, which is very common in Ponta Negra). My intention was to rest with my family, so when I arrived the hotel I was not very attentious to the apartment size I had booked. I was there for 6 nights, and 2 nights before check-out, I noticed that they had given me a smaller apartment than the one I had booked. I knew I was going to get very angry if I entered a discussion about this, so I convinced my wife not to complain, but the feeling about that is disappointment. Other than that, I recommend the hotel.