Hotel Monte Alegre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Monte Alegre Rio de Janeiro
The hotel is very nice, been renovated and it shows. The rooms are clean and the breakfast is nice. The area is right in Centro so it's very busy and can get shady. it's about 5-10 minutes to the nearest metro.
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