Windsor Leme Hotel

Address: Av. Atlantica, 656, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, 22010-000, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Leme area of Rio de Janeiro, is near Ipanema Beach, Claudio Coutinho Trail, Santa Teresa, and Rio Sul Shopping Center.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Farewell football, fun and fine weather

      A travel blog entry by lasandshal2012 on Aug 25, 2012

      When we arrived in Rio we were so excited to see our hotel looked straight on to Leme beach, an extension of the famous Copacabana beach. After dumping our belongings we headed straight out into the 30 degree heat to see the busy coastal front full of sunbathers, people plying football and volleyball, and people dancing and drinking caipirinhas to …

      Rio Carnaval and hedonism

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Mar 03, 2014

      9 comments, 10 photos

      ... because they hack into the services for free; most of them work and their employers pay for them to get to+from work- as well as at the start of each month giving their employees a basic food parcel which has enough of the basics to last the month. Most of them therefore have massive tvs and play stations etc, and lead a comfortable existence - although the actual standard of housing is very poor, and during the summer storms the floods take out the foundations of ...

      I Go to Rio

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 17, 2014

      10 photos

      ... Within a few short years, the indigenous people realised that the water table had been affected and with mutual agreement, the plantations were removed and the native trees were hand planted. We left this amazing icon and made our way down to the bottom the hill, where we visited the small bohemian community of Santa Teresa. Santa Teresa is famous for its narrow and winding streets and for the tram that once ran through the streets from the city, along the top of the viaduct ...