Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador
This is a great hotel,modern,good wi fi,good breakfast.Pool is small but adequate.It is quite far from the Historical centre and the area is heavily policed for tourists.There is an edge in the air at night that it is not that safe an area,so dont walk on your own at night and stick to well lit areas where other people are about.Restaurants near by.Hotel overlooks the beach,very windy.
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