Walk On The Beach Hostel is situated in the district of Copacabana, one of Rio's most exciting neighborhood
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Rua Bento Lisboa, 83A - Catete
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Info & Description
The Catete is a neighborhood of the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro, with strong trade in street. The district has been established for the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil, that was located in, what is today the Republic Museum. Because of ancient occupation, dating from the colonial period, the Catete has many historical and architecturally important buildings. The gardens of the Palace of Cateter are extremely nice to see, and offer the people of the district, an area of recreation for the children with safety. The Parque do Flamengo is also located around the district of Catete, and how is almost impossible to limit the boundaries of this neighborhood park, for all purposes, is also part of the Catete, in your more extensive area. The neighborhood has been one of the noblest of the city before the transfer of capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasília. Are located in the neighborhood many foreign and Brazilian banks, change/exchange stores, a popular and diverse trade, and many super-markets.
Also located in the neighborhood, are the Catete subway station, the station Largo do Machado, the Museum of Folklore and Telecommunications, also known as Museum of Telemar. The neighborhood also has several cinema screens, such as the Estação República and the Cine São Luiz, and it's only 15 minutes away from the Cinemark and Arteplex movies, at Praia de Botafogo. The Catete also has a large number of theaters that are served by numerous public parking lots, which makes the visit to the neighborhood more easier and pleasant.
For food, the Catete has numerous restaurants for every taste and wallet. Since the more expensive restaurants and refined as Alho e Óleo, Estação República with its weight menu, or the renowned Da Graça (an excellent choice for groups and family environment and sophisticated design), to the many snack bars and juice boxes or fast foods like McDonalds , Bob's and KFC.
The bus connection to the Cristo Redentor can be taken easily and safely in the door of the metro station Largo do Machado. There is also a connection to the Pão de Acúcar, at Urca via subway station Botafogo. Not forget the athletes. There´s a track bike in the Flamengo Park Landfill, in Catete area, that connects the neighborhood to Marina da Glória and downtown in direction north, and the districts of Botafogo, Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon in direction south.
Free of Charge
WiFi in Room
WiFi in Lobby
Outdoor Terraced Area
24 Hour Security
On Street Parking
24 Hour Reception
Rent a bike
standard double bed private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
standard 4 bed/s mixed dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
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David From New ZealandOn November 30, -0001
cheap budget hostel in rio... really stay here only if you are on a tight budget, and do get a bed in the air conditioned room, otherwise it would be hot as hell.
Rachel From EnglandOn November 30, -0001
Very friendly staff and homely feel, make yourself at home atmosphere. But watch out for the mosquitos, beds aren´t comfortable and the internet is not free!
Spent Carnival in Rio, got mugged the first day there! This trip could have been horrid since the mugging, but Zema (Hostel manager) was the bomb! He helped me out so much and really made my stay a fantastic one. Would reccommend to everyone! Great atmosphere and great fun. Thanks Zema!
Alejandro From MexicoOn November 30, -0001
A great staff, makes this hostel a great place to enjoy Rio. Close to the underground and also to chap and fun bars and restaurants. Congratulations to the owner and the reception!!!!
Daniel From EnglandOn November 30, -0001
Youthful bustling hostel in beautiful building. Was still being built around us and they could have emptied the toilet bins more but they serve great caipirinhas! Well placed to visit all of Rio but not much going on in the Botafogo area. They keep the plastic covers on the beds so can be very sweaty - take a sleeping bag!