We greatly enjoyed our time at Casa Amarelo. It felt much more like staying in an old home. It's not for everyone (as evidenced by some of the negative reviews), but for us quite charming, quirky and comfortable. We enjoyed sitting up at the pool sipping a Cachça while watching the birds, riding the old elevator up to our room, having breakfast in the sun room, and being half way between the hipness of Santa Teresa's central area and Lapa's Samba bars. When the trolley is up and running the location will be perfect. But for now, be warned, there is a bit a walk up to Santa Teresa or down to Lapa. But if you like places with a unique personality, friendly staff and a relaxed ambience, you may well like Casa Amerelo. We look forward to returning.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The French designer Robert le Heros has created a place of festivity, both poetic and colourful, thus inventing a seductive "art de vivre". Casa Amarelo is a beautiful home, refined and authentic, built in 1904 on the heights of Santa Teresa, an historic area, where artists' studios border beautiful Brazilian homes and museums. It is a magical place, a mixture of the charm of an ancient building and the modernity of contemporary fixtures and fittings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Amarelo By Robert Le Heros Rio De Janeiro, Brazil