AddressRua Joaquim Palhares, 411 Rio de JaneiroSee nearby area
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Gallant Hotel is set near Rebouças Tunnel and is a 10-minute drive from Leblon Beach. Estácio Metro station is just 5 minutes away on foot.
Rooms at Gallant Hotel are air conditioned and feature a minibar and cable TV. Some rooms are also equipped with a private hot tub.
Guests can benefit from 24-hour front desk service, free parking and a computer area with internet access in the lobby.
Newly refurbished, the spacious dining area on the ground floor hosts a daily buffet breakfast, with a selection of fresh fruits, breads and cakes. Room service is available too.
This hotel is located just 100 metres from Sul América Convention Centre, and less than 2 km from the Sambadrome and Maracanã Stadium. The Christ the Redeemer monument and Santos Dumont Airport are both 4 km 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.
Please note that extra charges for children will be charged directly by the hotel during check-in.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
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