Augusto's Paysandu Hotel
AddressRua Paissandu, 23 Rio de JaneiroSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
On a quiet street lined with imperial palm trees, the Paysandu has a lovely art deco facade with rooms that don't quite measure up to the outside. Most have big old-fashioned windows, ceramic tile floors and high ceilings – and could use a scrub.
Our independent authors have visited Augusto's Paysandu Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Catete & Glória.
Description provided by property
Hotel Augusto's Paysandu is located on Flamengo Beach, 3 km from Santos Dumont Airport. It offers easy and quick access to both Copacabana Beach and Rio de Janeiro city centre.
The rooms of Augusto´s Paysandu Hotel are simple and stylish. They are equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, minibar and safe.
The hotel is situated close to Rio's Government Palace and the Republic's Palace. Galeão International Airport is a 50-minute drive away.
According to the Brazilian Federal Law 8.069/1990, minors under 18 years of age cannot check into hotels unless they are accompanied by their parents or a designated adult. If a minor is accompanied by an adult other than his parents, it is necessary to present a written authorisation for the minor to check into the hotel. Such authorisation must be notarised and signed by both parents, and presented along with notarised copies of their IDs.
All minors under 18 years of age also need to present a valid ID with photo, to prove their identity and that of his/her parents. This must be presented even if a minor is accompanied by his/her parents.
In the case of a minor accompanied by only one of the parents, it is necessary to present a notarised authorisation signed by the absent parent, along with a notarised copy of that parent´s ID.
Please note your credit card charge will be under the name of Augustos Paysandu Hotel.
Services & facilities
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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