Cabins big enough for four people, very friendly staff. The food is really good, the breakfast is well serced, and they have free wifi.
However, there seems to be some sort of partnership with the Federal Government in which they send natives to study Portuguese at the local university and they stay in the hotel. The natives were very noisy, there were many children with them, and they left *all* their clothes hanging on their balconies to dry. I'd see the native women washing the clothes on a sink outside while the native men would be BBQing meat and drinking beer. It was odd.More
- Free parking