Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador

Address: Avenida Oceanica, 591, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Oceanica, 591, Salvador, is near Pelourinho, Historic City Center, Olodum, and Barra.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMonte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador

    Reviewed by nickjackets

    Good beach front hotel.

    Reviewed Mar 11, 2014
    by (37 reviews) Haywards Heath , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Day 59

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 31, 2015

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    ... we weren't ***** looking for anyone else. The city itself is historically important for Brazil but once you move outside the old town it's a bit of a dump. We walked for hours while Anderson talked a lot. The majority of it being complete *****. He's definitely the Brazillian version of Emmo McMahon. Unlike Anderson, Emmo actually has a gift for talking *****. If you have a ten minute conversation with Emmo you will come out of it having learned nothing but a hilarious ...

    Salvador: The Real Adventure Begins

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Nov 05, 2014

    181 photos

    ... political seat of colonial Brazil, it is now a lively place to people-watch and see panoramic views over the bay. Overlooking the plaza, note the impressive Palácio Rio Branco, reconstructed in 1919; the original 1549 structure housed the offices of Tomé de Souza, Brazil’s first governor general.

  • Largo do Pelourinho — A fairly small triangular plaza, is among the oldest parts of town. You can guess from ...

  • They think it's all over....

    A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 19, 2014

    19 photos

    ... course of my night. As it was, when the celebrations were done Verena and I parted ways. I picked up my stuff from her mate's car and headed for the nearest sign that said hostel, not realising we were actually parked up in the same road as the one I had my eye on. I was too drunk to be looking around so I dumped my bags and headed out to a Churrascaria in search of the finest meat Salavdor had to offer. A celebratory feast. The bloke at the hostel recommended ...

    IN SEARCH OF A CHANT!

    A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... critics by getting out of the “group of death” and onto the 2nd round (all by playing very good quality futbol), I would have to say our next frontier as a soccer nation is not actually on the field at all. We may have been among the world’s top 16 teams, but as far as cheers and chants go, we would have to be ranked dead last!! It is almost embarrassing to hear the same 2 chants over and over and over again. The ...

    World's Biggest Party

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Feb 08, 2013

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    ... it was Carnival so walking around stark naked wasn’t as frowned upon as it otherwise might have been).

    There are three big parades happening in Salvador and the hotel staff suggested that we grab tickets for the one in the Bahia area because that’s the one the very cool dudes and dudettes attend. You can join two million new friends along the route for free (not sure I ever believe the published parade counts but there were definitely samba bobbing ...