A real budget, basic, and clean hotel.
Posted May 22, 2016
Check in & out were easy. The room is very clean but small, has a stool & tiny table with lots of floor space.
Bathroom is big with shower only (our request) & a folding chair. It looks like a hospital bathroom. It has no electrical outlet or a hair dryer. Bathroom light is on motion sensor. It will turn off after 2 minutes if it detects no big motion.
Our room is a wheelchair accessible room. The biggest problem is that there is only one electrical outlet in the room plus one that is used for the tv. We had to unplug the tv to use the outlet & somehow tied our device to the tv cable to charge our device. There is a long mirror in the room but far away from any outlet. We asked why there was no outlet in the bathroom; we were told because the room is for wheelchair accessible. We told the staff that a person on wheelchair also needs to or can dry her hair, the staff just shrugged his shoulder. We asked for an extention cord, the hotel had none and we were offered adaptors which we didn't need.
Staff was helpful but spoke very basic English. So, it was difficult to ask detail questions or explanations.
Beds were comfortable but small, smaller than twin size.
Wi-fi was very slow. Computer in the lobby was only in Portuguese; even the staff could not make it in English or any other language. It was frustrating to use. After an hour I decided to send e-mails from my tablet to the hotel in order to get what I needed printed instead printing it myself using the lobby computer.