A beautiful, pleasant and comfortable private room in a family house, located in the most charming district of the city. It features a swimming pool and view to the Christ statue. Moreover, there is a breakfast with organic fruits taken in the garden. The room has a bunk bed. It is for two people.
A nice and pleasant private room in a family house, with an external area, a balcony, a garden with fruit trees, a pool, by which you can sit and look at to the Christ and while having a drink. Relax at the hammock in the balcony for a moment. The house is located at about 100 meters above sea level, where the local climate is milder than in the rest of the city, in a street with private security, and easy parking.
Disponible para huéspedes
Wi-Fi network, with pool and shower, barbecue, laundry, living room with cable TV, balconies with hammock.
Atención a los huéspedes
The owner of the house lives there and is always available to welcome the guests. She communicates in English and Spanish, and has always good tips of places where to go and have a good food.
Otros aspectos destacables
The district which was previously called Hill of the Exile (Morro do Desterro), was named Santa Teresa inspired in the Convent of St. Teresa of Jesus, which was built in 1750 by the Sisters and Jacinta Francisca Rodrigues Aires.
The Convent of Santa Teresa of the Order of Discalced Carmelites is the first female convent that arose at that time.
The tram came as transportation in the district in 1872 and became a symbol of Santa Teresa, being the only tram line operating in Rio de Janeiro.
Santa Teresa was inhabited by the upper class giving rise to large houses and mansions inspired by French architecture that today give a charm to the district.
The district has always been synonymous with refinement. In 1920, in the heyday of the Ruins Park, now known as the mansion where he lived Mrs. Laurinda Santos Lobo, one of the most important personalities of Rio society of the past, promoted parties and events where artists and intellectuals met in the most sought-for meetings of that time.
Later the palace was abandoned, looted and raided, contrasting with their time of great glamor. In 1993 it was restored and transformed into the Ruins Park, a Cultural Space in the district.
Santa Teresa has always been frequented by intellectuals and today, beyond the intellectual is it is the haven of artists. There are many associations and institutions in the district, including Chave Mestra, association of artists that promotes events such as the Open Doors (Santa Teresa de Portas Abertas). Besides promoting events, these associations preserve and defend this unique artistic atmosphere of Santa Teresa.
Thank you for don't smoke or smoke only in the garden.
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