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Social Hostel Arpoador

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10.6km from city centre - Show on Map
5.9
Rating 9
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi

Social Hostel Arpoador is a well located Hostel in Rio, between the most famous neighbourhood, Copacabana e Ipanema.... More...

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Rio Deal Guest House

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9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi

With a great location, Rio Deal Guest House offers private rooms in Rio de Janeiro with great value!... More...

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Hostel da Ladeira

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5.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi

With a privileged location, Hostel da Ladeira offers shared accommodations with great value!... More...

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Hostel 68

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29.1km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Hostel 68 is well set in Rio de Janeiro and offers private and shared rooms with the best rates.... More...

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B&B O Veleiro Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast
6.6km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 2
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Charming B&B in an oasis of green! 7 min from Copacabana, Sugar Loaf or Christ Statue train. In the heart of the Zona Sul, on forested hillside, up quaint cobble stoned colonial road in Botafogo.... More...

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Da Lapa Design Hotel

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5.5km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Da Lapa Design Hotel Located in the heart of the City of Rio de Janeiro, stay with us and live an amazing experience.... More...

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Rio Surf n Stay

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29.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free Breakfast

Rio Surf n Stay offers you private and shared rooms in Recreio dos Bandeirantes, Rio de Janeiro, a beautiful surf town 45 minutes from Copacabana.... More...

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BaronGarden

Bed and Breakfast
6.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 115
Free WiFi

The Baron Garden is a big historical house located at Gloria neighborhood on top of a small hill near all facilities. From here you can enjoy pleasant sunsets.... More...

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With outstanding landscapes and effervescent energy, Rio de Janeiro is fondly called “Cidade Maravilhosa” (Portuguese for Marvelous City) – and there are plenty of reasons why! Its territory is blessed with several hills, surrounded by islands and trimmed with bays that create beaches for all tastes – just a few things that frequently put Rio in the lists of the most beautiful cities in the world. So, while in Rio, take your eyes off the smartphone screen and be prepared for the amazing adventures each corner can offer.

The hostel offering in Rio de Janeiro is diverse and includes some of the best hostels in Brazil. Hostels in Rio de Janeiro can have an amazing view of the city, be located just a few meters from the beach, super stylish or even boast the best caipirinha (the Brazilian national cocktail) around. It’s not going to be hard to find a cheap hostel in Rio and, independently of the price and location you choose, you can be sure your hostel in the Marvellous City will be full of good vibes! From budget dorms to luxurious private rooms with en suites, Rio hostels have you covered. Most offer free Wi-Fi and some even let you fill your belly with free breakfast before you head out exploring!

There are three main regions to find your hostel in Rio de Janeiro: the centre, the south (Zona Sul) and Barra da Tijuca. The centre getters the museums, churches and historical buildings, gives easy access to the other regions and offers cheap hostels. The south has the most famous beaches, the beautiful Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon (one of the best places to get your chill on in Rio) and the most hype hostels. And Barra, further away from the centre, has higher prices, but it’s perfect for those who want more tranquillity and an ocean perfect for surfing.

What to do in Rio? Start with this basic list: bathe in the waters of Ipanema beach, wonder in Copacabana´s sidewalk (the famous “calçadão”), see the sunset in Arpoador rock, lose yourself in Lapa’s nightlife, go hiking in Floresta da Tijuca and rest in the beautiful Botanical Garden or in the iconic Lage Park. Not forgetting visiting Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain, the city’s landmarks. Anyone who wants to dig into the local history and culture can’t miss the Municipal Theatre, the CCBB museum, the Royal Portuguese Reading Cabinet (home of one of the most gorgeous libraries in the world!) and Catete Palace. Want to wander a little further? Board a cheap ferry and discover Paquetá Island, an adorable and historical islet in Guanabara Bay, or get a bus and reach Niterói city, home of MAC museum (based in an impressive building signed by Oscar Niemeyer, internationally recognised Brazilian architect).

The easiest wat to get around in Rio is… all of them! The subway is ideal to make the connection between the city centre and Zona Sul and to get to the main attractions. The bus can be useful for longer routes, like Galeão Airport or Niterói - but try to avoid traffic jams! And transportation apps are a good idea for short rides and night-time journeys.

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We have 68 hostels in Rio de Janeiro with an average rating of 7.9 based on 8,274 reviews 68 of 68 properties available in Rio de Janeiro

About Rio de Janeiro

With outstanding landscapes and effervescent energy, Rio de Janeiro is fondly called “Cidade Maravilhosa” (Portuguese for Marvelous City) – and there are plenty of reasons why! Its territory is blessed with several hills, surrounded by islands and trimmed with bays that create beaches for all tastes – just a few things that frequently put Rio in the lists of the most beautiful cities in the world. So, while in Rio, take your eyes off the smartphone screen and be prepared for the amazing adventures each corner can offer.

The hostel offering in Rio de Janeiro is diverse and includes some of the best hostels in Brazil. Hostels in Rio de Janeiro can have an amazing view of the city, be located just a few meters from the beach, super stylish or even boast the best caipirinha (the Brazilian national cocktail) around. It’s not going to be hard to find a cheap hostel in Rio and, independently of the price and location you choose, you can be sure your hostel in the Marvellous City will be full of good vibes! From budget dorms to luxurious private rooms with en suites, Rio hostels have you covered. Most offer free Wi-Fi and some even let you fill your belly with free breakfast before you head out exploring!

There are three main regions to find your hostel in Rio de Janeiro: the centre, the south (Zona Sul) and Barra da Tijuca. The centre getters the museums, churches and historical buildings, gives easy access to the other regions and offers cheap hostels. The south has the most famous beaches, the beautiful Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon (one of the best places to get your chill on in Rio) and the most hype hostels. And Barra, further away from the centre, has higher prices, but it’s perfect for those who want more tranquillity and an ocean perfect for surfing.

What to do in Rio? Start with this basic list: bathe in the waters of Ipanema beach, wonder in Copacabana´s sidewalk (the famous “calçadão”), see the sunset in Arpoador rock, lose yourself in Lapa’s nightlife, go hiking in Floresta da Tijuca and rest in the beautiful Botanical Garden or in the iconic Lage Park. Not forgetting visiting Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain, the city’s landmarks. Anyone who wants to dig into the local history and culture can’t miss the Municipal Theatre, the CCBB museum, the Royal Portuguese Reading Cabinet (home of one of the most gorgeous libraries in the world!) and Catete Palace. Want to wander a little further? Board a cheap ferry and discover Paquetá Island, an adorable and historical islet in Guanabara Bay, or get a bus and reach Niterói city, home of MAC museum (based in an impressive building signed by Oscar Niemeyer, internationally recognised Brazilian architect).

The easiest wat to get around in Rio is… all of them! The subway is ideal to make the connection between the city centre and Zona Sul and to get to the main attractions. The bus can be useful for longer routes, like Galeão Airport or Niterói - but try to avoid traffic jams! And transportation apps are a good idea for short rides and night-time journeys.