California Othon Classic

Address: Avenida Atlantica 2616, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22041001, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Copacabana area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Ipanema Beach, Copacabana Beach, Tijuca National Park, and Santa Teresa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCalifornia Othon Classic Rio de Janeiro

      Reviewed by top-of-the-hill

      Location great - if it was beach weather

      Reviewed Aug 15, 2013
      by (5 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Great location if you are into going to the beach but the hotel is in need of an upgrade in the rooms. Very friendly helpful staff, and the lobby was a comfortable place to sit and use the free wifi (Expensive if you want access in your room). Would have preferred free access in the room.
      The buffet breakfast was good with a fair selection of food. Everything looked spotlessly clean. One staff member was testing the food checking the temp etc.
      Brazil is expensive and for what you got at the hotel it was quite expensive but if you were there for the beach and it was beach weather then it would be a reasonably priced hotel.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews California Othon Classic Rio de Janeiro

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

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