Rio's Nice Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRio's Nice Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Well situaded, close to "arco da lapa" and 5 min walk to the center (metro station : Cinelandia). In front of the hotel, big grocery store, very useful. Small swiming pool on the top with sauna and sun deck ; apreciate after long walk in town.
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