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From the reviews I was apprehensive but things turned out well. Maybe Room 101 was better than the others. Reception spoke no English but Google translate worked sufficiently. Luggage storage in a large locker for free up to 5 days. Breakfast was substantial and tasty.
In total a good, basic hotel, which have lockers for your staff, when you doing a jungle tour. (For free for maximum five days, after this time you have to pay a little amount.)
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the room was small, dark, hot..the bathroom was not clean. the location is close to the harbour but in fact not worth staying there, strange at night. the service is ok, but not very helpful.
Not bad for staying a night or two, but bring ear plugs on public holidays, was the neighbors seem to love having a party. You can walk to the port within 10 mins. My room had no window to the outside but to the corridor.
Basic hostel, clean and good breakfast included. Lacks character and the location feels a little seedy late at night. The Nomad Way
Quite dirty. Pillows and matresses stink of the body odour of many previous guests. Facilities are very basic.
A hotel that does nothing more than you probably need. Its like a prison, has no outside windows, no charm at all. But the breakfast is quite good, has free internet in the lobby area and its clean. Its located nearer the port area which means at night everything is dead '- and reportably not that safe though we had no problems. Ultimatly this is a poor hotel, but we are used to hostel dorms and we got a double room (no hot water, air con or window) for the proce of a dorm so we were happy
This hotel was ok, but not amazing compared to hostels we stayed in throughout our trip in Brazil. The room felt like a cell, but the hot water worked. The location is nice in downtown Manaus, but there's not much to do in Manaus itself (we just went on a jungle trip). A reasonable place to stay while waiting for a jungle tour. The staff gets bonus points for being exceptionally good at charades and not trying to speak to us in Portuguese.