Pousada Hibiscus Beach

Address: Travessa 1 22, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28950-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Travessa 1 22, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Hibiscus Beach Buzios

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Buzios

          Beautiful Buzios

          A travel blog entry by samcust on Aug 03, 2015

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... to eat. Next minute Sam had gone back to the hostel and fallen asleep and I had two large burger meals in my hands. Not liking to waste food I tried to demolish both and almost succeeded.

          Sunday we just took it easy on the beach and had an early night because of our early transit the next morning back to rio (6am departure from the bus stop) to catch out transfer to ilha grande at 10.30am from rio.

          Buzios - you were beautiful, thanks for having ...

          The final Brazilian chapter....

          A travel blog entry by robertandzoe on Apr 21, 2011

          136 photos

          ... I couldn’t be bothered to learn a new language (not at my age!) and my wife, as usual, assumed the role of chief negotiator and translator!

          We started our humble tour with Alex, our guide for the day. Alex with his goatee beard and ponytail was a tour guide by day and DJ at night. How very cool, chic and Brazilian!

          Sao Paulo is a new city with a significant sixties and seventies influence on the architecture. There isn’t 'an old colonial ...

          Brazil, Buzios, Beaches

          A travel blog entry by wavey on Feb 28, 2008

          5 photos

          ... and restaurants all with their section of sand to fill with deck chairs and sun shades and big-grinning brazilans try to pesuade you to rent them for the day each claiming to offer the best deal and have the best location. Huge ocean liners also visit these northern coves and they glide in, impossibly huge, spew out some day-trippers and glide out again at dusk. To the south, the sea is a different beast altogether. The ...

          Carnival central Rio De Janeiro

          A travel blog entry by queen_nina on Mar 21, 2007

          41 photos

          ... Went to all the shopping areas including Rio Sul, which as Danni advised is great! Man the have THE BEST bikinis ever! This is definately the place to go for them! That evening I went for a typival Brazilian meal with lots of meat, rice, black bean stuff- it was all really tastey! Especailly since Ive been practically a vegetarian for the last year! I woke up the next morning early to go for a run with Wilson and Marco (that I ate with the night before) down Copacabana beach. It ...

          New Years' Eve

          A travel blog entry by athena on Jan 02, 2007

          1 comment

          ... it hadn't been raining...there were some nice pool-side tables for lounging and a bar right next to them. Shortly before midnight...we all crossed the street and went to the beach. It is customary in Brazil for people to dip their feet in the ocean while bringing in the New Year. It's like washing away the old year and bringing in a clean slate for the new year. Well, as cool as it was...the water was bloody cold, the sand was all sticky, the rain ruined my hair...but ...