Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
2.7 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby Business & Leisure trip from Chicago
Location makes the differencePosted Jun 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
I had a 2 night stay over at the Everest Park. Hotel is an older establishment, for what your get the pricing is reasonable. Location is once block from the beach, do not expect an sort of view. I didnt opt for the buffet breakfast, but it seemed popular. I arrived at 10am, the hotel sticks to the 2pm check-in, this isn't a chain where status could hlp to get earlier or later check-in. Hotel is also within less than 5 minutes walk of many bars and restaurants. Area felt safe, police presence was pretty heavy. Don't confuse this hotel with the Caesar Park next door, which is the more upscale and known hotel.
for Everyoneby Jennifer from Saratoga Springs, NY, USA
Never again!Posted Apr 22, 2013
Pros: Location was okay - 1 block from Ipanema Beach.
Cons: Old and just about everything was broken.
Location: 1 block off of Ipanema Beach - so good location.
I stayed here for one night on 4/20/2013. The hotel is located 1 block off of Ipanema Beach - so the location is nice. The accomodations at the hotel were horrible - it is one of the least expensive in Ipanema - so I didn't expect much but it was really bad. Toilet broke, shower pipes shook violently, air conditioning unit was in window, sliding glass door didn't open. The bed was okay but I was so tired I could have slept on anything. The front desk clerk was nice when I checked in and was able to provide a great, safe, inexpensive tour for me. The clerk the next day was not interested in helping me at all. Internet worked pretty good, but you have to stay connected constantly or else it makes you re-signon. Breakfast was included and was okay. I would say for 1 night, this hotel was okay. If you are on a romantic trip / honeymoon - no way! I would rather have spent an extra $100-200 a night to be in a hotel on the beach such as Caesar Park or the Marriott.
for Business Travelersby TK from San Francisco, CA
Great location, less expensive than luxury optionsPosted Mar 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Half a block from the beach, free internet (if a bit spotty at times), free (decent) breakfast, tiny (but clean) room+bathroom. No particular view, but bright enough. All hotels in Ipanema are overpriced, but considering that, I'd stay here again.