Stayed here during the world cup. It's a good location, but the place is very rundown, dirty and the atmosphere nothing special - the 'bar' is just a garage, which was only opened up once in the 5 days we were there. The staff were more concerned with themselves than the guests, messing us around with checkin times (we were told to come back after the guy had finished eating his lunch) and generally being pretty unfriendly - the exception being the owner, who was only there occasionally. I certainly wouldn't go back to this place and wouldn't recommend it - it's got all the bits you have to suck up about hostels (dodgy showers, smelly rooms etc.) but with none of the atmosphere or friendliness that can make staying in them worth it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- LimeTime Sao Paulo is taking a break! If you're looking for a party, LimeTime Hostel could be the place for you. Along with having a bar on the premises and no curfew, the hostel staff goes the extra mile by taking their guests out clubbing and even providing discount admissions. The hostel provides private rooms and dorms, with one dorm designed for women only. Bed linens are included in the price. Other amenities include a guest kitchen, free Internet access and a TV with DVDs in the reception area. Bathroom facilities are shared with one designated for women only. LimeTime is located two blocks from Avenida Paulista. This hostel is lively and fun but if you're not into the party scene, it might not be the place for you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- LimeTime Hostels Sao Paulo, Brazil