Royal Tulip Rio de Janeiro

Address: Av. Aquarela do Brasil, 75, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22610-010, Brazil | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the São Conrado area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Corcovado, Leblon Beach, Plataforma, and Museu do Acude.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Tulip Rio de Janeiro

    Reviewed by sharonscanlan

    Awful Experience

    Reviewed Oct 31, 2013
    by (14 reviews) Tucson, Arizona, USA , United States Flag of United States

    Our room, 1100 was old, dirty, had stained carpet and was badly in need of repair. One chair in the room and one on the balcony which was covered with paint. The lounge was so loud that you could not sit and talk. There is no sitting area in the lobby though there is a lot of open space. Very customer unfriendly. Best thing in the hotel is the pool. Food was good.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Tulip Rio de Janeiro

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