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1 Bedroom
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Studio 45m ² in Lapa, in Bohemian history and downtown Rio is on the third floor overlooking the convent of Santa Teresa. Comfortable for 2 people but can accommodate up 4.Totalmente equipped with: - TV 40 "digital - HDMI Internet (wi-fi) Ceiling fan

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HOLIDAY IN RIO - LAPA, the real Rio
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The Space
Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1


Extra people: $16 / night after 2 guests
Security Deposit: $137
Weekly Price: $205 /week
Monthly Price: $819 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


The Space


Studio 45m2, thd floor, view to Sta.. Teresa church, confortable for a cuple, but can have 4 people, nice natural lightning, vary aire, tv, eletric fan on ceiling, folding bad, bathroom( good shower), complete kitchen (micro-wave, coffee machine and cooking stuff). You won't get any "homier" than here!

The Rio de Janeiro is the main tourist destination in Latin America, with its tropical climate, landscapes and cultural icon known worldwide. The exuberant nature Rio includes 90 km of beaches, the Tijuca National Park, home to one of the largest urban forests in the world with 3200 hectares of Atlantic Forest and the beautiful LagoaRodrigo de Freitas, among other wonders, like the Christ Redeemer and enjoy the look of the Sugar Loaf.

Bohemian neighborhood with various entertainment, such as the Municipal Theatre, the National Library building also has several museums including the National Museum of Fine Arts and the National History Museum.

Sure, Copacabana was big in the sixties. IN THE SIXTIES. If you're looking for an authentic experience of Rio, though, you may want to consider a more diverse, culturally vibrant part of the city.

Lapa, home to samba musicians, capoeira players, and other marginals and bohemians, has been referred to as the "South American Montmartre". Nowadays, it still carries the soul of Rio in streets filled with music and the most interesting characters.

Located between the historical center of Rio and the heart of Lapa, my studio is a short walk from both the well known bars and music venues, such as Rio Scenarium, Carioca da Gema, Democráticos, and Circo Voador, and from 19th-century beauties such as the Municipal Theater and the National Library..

My studio is inside a residential building and on a street that's safe. Public transportation is very easily accessible from here: for R$ 2,75, you can take a bus to the South Zone and be at the beach in 20 minutes. For R$ 30,00, you can take a cab and be there in less than that. You can also walk for 10 minutes to nearest subway station, Cinelândia and Glória.
Come stay where the locals live, in a studio that's lived i.


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House Rules

Somente os hóspedes podem pernoitar na casa e não são permitidas festas.
De preferência, não fumantes.
Como não cobro taxa de limpeza, peço que os hospedes deixem pratos, copos, etc... lavados e recolham e joguem fora os sacos de lixo e do toillet, obrigado.

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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher
Lock on Bedroom Door

3 nights minimum stay
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About the Host, Márcio

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Member since March 2012
Response rate: 88% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a day


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