Casa Do Amarelindo , Brazil

Casa do Amarelindo is a charming hotel, nestled in a fully restored 19th-century building in the heart of Pelourinho, the historical district of Salvador.

The hotel faces the marvelous Baia de Todos os Santos (All Saints' Bay), and is located within walking distance from restaurants, bars, recreational facilities, festivals and shows, which make this historical district of Salvador world-famous.

 

Casa do Amarelindo has ten high standard rooms, a swimming pool, restaurant, two bars, a solarium, fitness center, business center, two interior tropical patios, all situated in a five floor building. No time limit breakfast, charming bars with delicious cocktails, pool with amazing views, fitness... Casa do Amarelindo has so much to offer for the most enjoyable stay.

Rooms:

Casa Do Amarelindo

Standard Room

Located on 2nd floor with Pelourinho street view. Equipped with 1 king-size bed and a bathroom with ceiling rain shower. One of the two rooms is designed to attend wheel-chair people needs, including junction door with next room.

Casa Do Amarelindo

Superior Room with Terrace

Located on 3rd floor on Pelourinho street side. Equipped with 1 king-size bed and a bathroom with ceiling rain shower. Offers a specious terrace overlooking the roofs of the historical district.

Casa Do Amarelindo

Deluxe Room with Bay View

Located between the 1st and 3rd floors these spacious rooms offer wonderful panoramic views over All the Saints Bay, with balcony or terrace. Only rooms that can be equipped with twin beds (allowing 4 people), or one extra large king-size bed. All bathrooms with hydromassage column, waterfall and ceiling rain shower.

 

Superior

Casa Do Amarelindo

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