x The average starting price for a place to stay in Salvador is £35 per night.
Rua Recife,222 Jardim Brasil-BarraOutstanding 95%
Travessa Prudente de Moraes, 65, Rio VermelhoExcellent 92%
R. Das Portas Do Carmo, 25. Pelourinho (Antiga rua Alfredo de Brito)Excellent 90%
matkara What a gold nugget this place really is! Soon after reaching Salvadore the owner gave us a full hour run down of the activities, sites, dos and don'ts. We had a fabulous 3 days in March including a surfing lesson taken by one of the employees. Beach and bars are close by and it's probably the best location in Salvodore. Best part about it is that we were introduced to all the other travellers staying there and had some great nights out with them. Has a relaxed family feel. The owner then helped us with accommodation and transprot to our next destination. Thanks for a wonderful and very hospitable stay.
Ordem Terceira Street, 13 PelourinhoAwesome 87%
Rua dos Marchantes 15, Santo Antonio/PelourinhoGreat 83%
max.schmid For backpackers it is a perfect place, we got to know many open minded and interesting people joining us for the nights. Staff is like family acting, very close contact. Also breakfast was very good. Just one thing: At night u should only come back by taxi, there are children and beggars waiting for tourists attacking and stealing them.
Rua Alfredo de Brito n.14Great 81%
sena781 Easily accessible by bus from the airport, which was important to us. Requires a walk of about 7-10 minutes from the bus stop Itapu. Room equipment & bathroom were a little bit old (in the cellar...) and therefore the atmosphere was a bit dusty and gloomy.
Largo do Pelourinho 7Very Good 77%
kique_alvarez1 My partner and I stayed at Fusion first as guests and then quickly became collaborators, doing all sorts of artistic and construction projects. We are very pleased to be part of their family and enjoyed eating dinner together often. Everyone is very laid back and easy going. I really liked that there is a lot of portuguese spoken among the crew. The whole first floor is lovely big, open space, with hammocks hung up, straw mats laid out to lay or do yoga, and mattresses to relax on. We would highly recommend this hostel to people and especially those that are looking to do collaboration work to minimize accommodation fees!
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