Hotel Casa do Amarelindo

Address: Rua das Portas do Carmo, 06, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40026-290, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua das Portas do Carmo, 06, Salvador, is near Mercado Modelo, Porto da Barra, Jorge Amado Museum, and Our Lady of the Rosary of Black People (Nossa Senhora do Rosario dos Pretos).
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Casa do Amarelindo Salvador

      Best stay in Pelerhino

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      By far the best stay in Pelerhino. The architecture and decor is wonderful and true Bahia style with spacious rooms and comfortable beds. The staff is courteous and attentive and the restauraunt serves interestingly great food. The view from the roof is breathtaking. Staying at this hotel enhanced our trip experience.

      Séjour parfait, dans un endroit parfait !

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      Nous avons passés 5 nuits dans cette poussada au mois de mai. A vrai dire nous étions partie pour passer uniquement deux nuits, mais l'acceuil et la qualité des prestations nous a fait changer d'avis et prolonger notre séjour !

      En effet se prélasser dans la piscine avec vu sur la baie, boire une Capi' sur la terrasse panoramique, dormir dans des lits immenses, prendre des douches dans une salle de bain de prince à eu raison de notre courage pour aller chercher un autre endroit.

      Nous souhaitons remercier vivement Gilles et Didier pour leur accueil, leur conseils et leur souhaitons une bonne continuation pour cette poussada magnifique au coeur du Pelourinho.

      Great place

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      Very nice hotel with extremely friendly and helpful owners and staff. Nice, clean and spacious rooms, large and perfect 5* beds, delicious restaurant, a little pool (with nearby shower/bathroom) to get refreshed after a long day of sightseeing and to watch the sunset. Perfect location in the heart of Pelorinho. Beach aobut 15 min. by taxi.

      I Loved Casa do Amarlindo!!!!!!!

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      My wife and i stayed at the Casa do Amarlindo in May

      of 2007. We truly enjoyed our stay. Very comfortable

      rooms with the best hospitality that a hotel in salavador

      has to offer. Much thanks to Gilles & Didier and staff for

      a VERY WONDERFULL STAY !!!

      Sam & Doris

      Hallandale Beach , Florida

      Poussada fantastique, à recommander !

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      Nous revenons tout juste d'un séjour à Bahia, à l'hotel Casa Do Amarelindo, nous avons été enchantés !

      Les patrons français sont adorables, et l'hotel est charmant et luxueux. Il y a 3 catégories de chambres : standard, supérieure et luxe. Nous avons séjourné dans la catégorie supérieure, et c'est déjà digne d'un 5 étoiles : écran plat LCD, lecteur DVD, douche tropicale, salle de bain immense, lit gigantesque surrélevé, oreillers super-moelleux, et luxe à Salvador, double-vitrages dans toutes les chambres !

      Dans les chambres luxe, les lits sont encore plus grands (on pourrait s'y mettre à 5 !!!), et il y a une baignoire-jaccuzi.

      Il y a une piscine au premier étage, et une terrasse-bar au quatrième.

      Au début, on voulait aller à l'hotel Villa Bahia recommandé par Voyageurs du Monde, mais celui-la est aussi bien sinon mieux, et pour beaucoup moins cher.

      Il est situé en plein centre du Pelourinho, ce qui est tres pratique pour profiter du centre ville, du Mercato Modello et rapide pour aller à la plage.

      De plus les patrons français sont adorables, et de très bon conseil pour les sorties, qu'il s'agisse de visite, de plage, ou de restaurants pour le soir !

      Quand à la cuisine de l'hotel, elle est excellente. Exemple au petit déjeuner : café, jus de fruit frais, yaourt, fruits frais, omelette exquise et jambon fromage. De quoi bien attaquer la journée !

      En bref, si on retourne un jour à Salvador, on n'hésitera pas, on va à Casa do Amarelindo.

      Le seul point négatif de cet hotel : le nom est un peu compliqué à retenir ! :)

      Superbe

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      j'ai séjourné plusieurs jours en mai 2007 dans cet hotel, et franchement l'endroit est extraordinaire, ancienne batisse du 19 siecle, complétement repensé intérieurement ,et décoré avec gout; l'hotel a une particularité unique : la vue extraordinaire sur la baie de tous les saints, depuis les chambres ou la terrasse sur le toit; les chambres sont d'un standing luxe ecran lcd lit king size clim, salle de bain balneo et j'en passe ; un autre point important, la cuisine est excellente et inventive mêlant les saveurs du monde avec un service digne d'un restaurant etoilé en france.

      je vous conseille vivement le choix de cet hotel vous serez enchantés par l'accueil réservé par les 2 patrons francais , ils vous conseilleront dans les choix de visites, de sites, pour faire du shopping ou aller à la plage.

      En résumé cet hotel intimiste est un vrai havre de paix en plein coeur du Pelourinho et bénéficie donc d'une situation exceptionnelle, tout çà pour un prix très raisonnable pour la catégorie.

      An Oasis in Salvador

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      Great location right in centre of Historical centre. Lovingly restored colonial house. Managed by two friendly French guys living their dream. Wonderful attention to detail and top quality rooms at a fair price. Best breakfasts I had anywhere in Brazil. If you want to treat yourself after long bus journey or fed up with average pousadas this is a great choice. Would I go back ? Yes, I did. Enjoy !

      Eine Oase in Salvador

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      Großartige Lage direkt im historischen Zentrum. Ein liebevoll restauriertes Kolonialhaus. Wird von zwei freundlichen Franzosen geführt, für die es ihr Traum auf Erden ist. Jede Kleinigkeit ist exquisit und es gibt Zimmer erstklassiger Qualität zu fairen Preisen. Das beste Frühstück, das ich in Brasilien gehabt habe. Wenn Sie sich etwas Besonderes leisten wollen nach einer langen Busfahrt oder genug haben von den Durchschnittshotels, dann sind Sie hier am richtigen Platz. Würde ich zurückgehen? Ja, bin ich. Viel Spass!

      GREAT and CHARMING

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      We stay 3 nights and we LOVED it !!!

      The pousada opened recently and the house was completely reformed in order to take avantage of the amazing view on the salvador bay: half of the rooms, with varandas and the top floor bar/varanda have an open view on the bay

      The architecture and decoration features blends beautifully with the historical district where the pousada is located. Very nice-sized,confortable rooms and bathrooms.

      Good breakfast included in the daily rate and good restaurant

      Very friendly owners

      Very well located to visit the pelourino-historical district , in addition there is a travel agency in the pousada to help organizing tours and boat trips

      excellent place to stay

      My favourite Hotel in Salvador - In the heart of Pelourinho

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      Hi, Finally a boutique hotel right in the heart of Pelourinho with real charm and class. This is a quality establishment, very recently renovated, the decor and interior just superb and captures the charm of Bahia and Pelourinho's artesanal feel perfectly.

      My Brasilian wife Marta and I have been coming to Pelourinho for some years now, and Hotel Casa do Amarelindo really is a what was needed to make our stay in Pelourinho all that more comfortable and relaxing. You could not ask for a better location, and the ammenities

      and detailing in the rooms and hotel lobby are superb. The bar and restuarant are also of an excellent standard.

      The website is at:[----]

      Regards,

      John Miller

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Casa do Amarelindo Salvador

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