Experience pure favela life in legendary Rio de Janeiro with your stay in Casa Alto Vidigal. Located in the safe and vibrant southern zone with easy access - even walking distance - to famous beaches of Leblon and Ipanema. Hike our landmark mountain Dois Irmaos and have Rio de Janeiro as your oyster.
Send a postcard of sugarloaf to your parents but store the experience of Casa Alto Vidigal forever in your memory.
We offer 3 private rooms and 3 dormitories with 4 beds and lockers each. You can use all common areas: 2 bathrooms with hot water 24/7, kitchen, free WiFi, living room and big veranda with hammocks and BBQ.
For all sleeping bag lovers, we'll gladly store your bag while your stay at our house. We offer you instead a clean, fresh and monthly treated mattress.
In order to guarantee your reservation, beside the 12% deposit made online you will need to pay 50% in advance in order to secure your booking for peak season periods (New Years Eve, Carnaval). We will contact you to send you the money transfer details.
The 50% payment needs to be done within 7 working days upon mail confirmation!!! 10% transaction fee to be added to final amount.
During peak season or close to peak season, 50 % payment needs to be done same day you booked the bed!!!
Check in: 14:00 - 18:00
EMAIL THE HOUSE FOR TIME OF ARRIVAL,
Check out: 12:00
Cancellation policy: 48hrs
Age restriction: 18+ years
TIME OF ARRIVAL:
Very very important in case you want someone open the door for you when knocking it. We do not have 24h reception, therefor fill in the form or simply write us an E-Mail.
... because we are tired of it. You booked 3 nights, you pay 3 nights. You booked 3 beds, you pay 3 beds. As simple as that.
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