Sarréufa Club Hostel is in this huge house in a classic place of Rio called 'Botafogo'. We are in the best and safest location you can be in Rio. Only 20min walk from Copacabana beach, next to Botafogo metro station, and near restaurants, shopping centres and night clubs, hospitals and everything.
Only 3 minutes from the metro station and buses towards to all direction. We are less than 30 meters from a Police Station.
Our Club has the favourite bar of the local people from south of Rio, with pool tables and with the best prices around, beers bottles from R$ 9,00 and music till 5:00 am.
It will be our pleasure to show you the best of Rio de Janeiro.
Our Club receives a lot of young people from all over the city and have a very fun atmosphere.
We can make available everything you need in Rio.
We have a mixed dorm for 48 people and a female dorm for 12, all sheets and pillows are included. It´s one of the best places to stay in town for a fair price.
From the Airport by bus: There’s a airport bus that goes along the coast of Rio. Our bus stop is in the front of "Botafogo Praia Shopping", get on the shopping street called "Prof. Alfredo Gomes" and turn left at the end of the road there will be the Police Station and our Hostel on the left at "Bambina Street 141".
From the Bus Station by bus: get the buses 173,172, 176, 136, get off in front of Botafogo Praia Shopping.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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