Pousada Las Palmeras
Lonely Planet review
Brasiléia’s most appealing hotel has a variety of rooms, from narrow singles to spacious doubles, all with air-con, TV, minibar and hot water; the breakfast is excellent. Newer units are spotless, although there’s just no way to dress up faux-marble tile. Older ones have less tile and more character, but the amenities also creak and complain more. A wraparound covered passageway in front has chairs and sofas on one side, and breakfast area on the other.