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Max. 2 adults and 1 child - by 5 years
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Max. 3 adults and 1 child - by 5 years
Check-out ends at: 12:00
Alameda das Amendoeiras, 07 - Fernando De Noronha, Pernambuco - Brazil - 55158680
Check-out ends at: 12:00
Reviewed 8 may, 2016
This Pousada was a decent place to stay in Fernando de Noronha. There are Pousadas everywhere, however and I didn't fully explore the options before I booked. This Pousada is near town, near the bus stop, and near a small supermarket, so it is convenient. It has a nice little pool to cool off in and decent breakfast, explained in other posts, is provided. The staff are friendly- if you don't speak Portugese, you NEED to have an off-line translator. Take care of this before you arrive as the Internet that is "provided" is not sufficient. If it is raining, there is no contact with the outside world...at all. Not their fault, but you need to know this in advance. The Internet on the island as a whole is sometimes available, sometimes not. The rooms are adequate, but mine, #6 in the back by the breakfast room, had an invasion of ants AND flying ants when it rained. I did not like that. It was also noisy starting at 5:30 am as the staff prepared for breakfast at 6 am. I am half deaf and it still woke me up every day. The price was right at about $105 a night during off season - but when my flight was cancelled on the way out of town, I was put at Pousada Mar Aberto in the same neighborhood and it was much nicer. Probably more expensive, too. The free transport provided to the pousada from the airport is provided by "Blue" a tour company that tries to get you to book tours of the island with them. I did so and the boat tour was great. The island tour was LONG and just ok. The island is spectacular. 4 days is about right. Plan to avoid rainy season. Pousada dos Corais was fine.
A fine hotel to base on this lovely island
Reviewed 7 july, 2014
When you'er visiting an Island as gorgeous as Fernando de Noronha, you don't need a palace as a base. This hotel was more than adequate for those purposes. If you book this place without booking a taxi, make sure to talk to a few of the upselling tourist women at the airport because after much handwringing over trying to catch one of the few Island taxis we found out we could just get a free ride to the hotel in exchange for an earsplitting Portuguese sales pitch. Once at the hotel we found out they had no trace of our booking via booking.com (apparently a common enough experience in Brazil that we were warned by our south american friends to carry printed copies of our reservations like the olden days). Before we could even start to get mad we were immediately put in to a nice room right at the front. It had a nice flat screen high above and a fine enough shower (just like the pictures accompanying the hotel). Nobody spoke English, but the wonders of the Android phone's offline translator helped us out (especially since the advertised WIFI was non existent). The pool was fine, the hammock good to rest in, and the breakfast exceeded my expectations (scrambled eggs, toast, fruit, fruit juice, coffee etc.). The hotel was only about a 10 minute walk from several decent restaurants and another 10 minutes took you down towards a lovely beach and past one of the few international working ATMS. All in all, I would definitely recommend a stay here, just make sure you have an offline translator (which you could say for most of Brazil).
Reviewed 19 november, 2012
We stayed at Pousada Recanto dos Corais from November 15th to November 18th 2012. Its simple, but comfortable, has everything you need, air conditionining, a cozy bed, a nice shower (hot water mainly in the afternoon and at night, not so hot in the morning due to solar heating, but works ok), and even a nice television with cable tv (we never saw it, there is better things to do in Fernando de Noronha than watching tv). The staff was very friendly and helpful. If you want to rent a buggy (highly recommended), ask the staff way ahead, if you wait for the last days you wont find anything nice anymore. There is a company that rents snorkels and waterproof cameras in front of the pousada. Breakfast is good, they even make you a Tapioca in the morning, but you have bread (plain and whole wheat), cheese and ham, juices, yogurt and cereals, milk, chocolate and coffee, so you are good for breakfast (I didnt ask about eggs). Overall, nice stay, not fancy, a bit pricey, but everything in Fernando de Noronha is pricey, so, compared to other pousadas and hotels is cost effective.
Viagem a Noronha
Reviewed 3 october, 2022
Eu e minha esposa estivemos hospedado na pousado do dia 22 a 28 de semtebro para passar ferias. Logo na chegada à pousada, fomos muito bem recebidos pela Aila,menina educada, prestativa,sempre de bom humor. Pousada fica muito bem localizada,bem proxima praça flamboyant e a vila dos remedios,praia do cachorro,2 supermercados muito proximo e quase do lado ponto do onibus. A senhora Edna faz cafe da manha maravilhoso,uma pessoa muito educada,sempre disposta ajudar. Em relaçao estrutura da pousada achamos muito boa no geral. Com certeza voltariamos hospedar novamente.
Razoável mas precisa melhorart
Reviewed 5 august, 2022
Pousada razoável, bom cafe da manhã , tive algumas questões que a resolver mas a recepção funciona em horário específicos, a arrumação é boa mas esqueceram de trocar as toalhas e tive que solicitar. Não ha local pra pendurar roupas de praia molhada. Esqueceram de repor material de uso higiênico.