Mato Grosso Palace Hotel
AddressRua Joaquim Murtinho, 170 - Centro CuiabáSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This former Best Western sits in a you-couldn't-be-more-central-if-you-tried location. Expect helpful staff (some English spoken), cable TV and an ample breakfast buffet. Our one quibble is that the hot water occasionally runs out. Good online discounts.
Our independent authors have visited Mato Grosso Palace Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Cuiabá.
Description provided by property
Centrally located in Cuiabá and 8 km from Marechal Rondon international airport, this hotel features air-conditioned rooms and daily breakfast. A gym and free parking are also available.
All rooms at Palace Mato Grosso are equipped with a cable TV, minibar and private bathroom. Room service and free Wi-Fi are available.
Sitting next to Mãe Bonifácia Park, the 4-star Palace Mato Grosso is 2 km from Cuiabá shopping centre. The city’s bus station and Arena Pantanal stadium are both 3 km from this hotel.
Guests at Mato Grosso Palace Hotel can benefit from a daily breakfast buffet with seasonal fruits, natural juices and bread rolls.
In case of early departure, 100% of the first night will be charged as penalty.
The 10% discount rate is only valid when guests stay at the property for at least 3 nights. In case the dates are modified and the number of nights becomes less than 3, the discount will no longer be applied.
Services & facilities
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
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