Please note that special rates apply for New Year's: $1750 flat for a period of 7 nights and a maximum occupancy of 5 people. Small adjustments to that set-up are possible.
- Beautiful, sunny 2 bedroom (90 square meters) in 24h doorman building
- 1 min. to walk to Copacabana beach
- Spacious living room, 2 bedrooms with 2 full-size beds (each sleeps 2)
- High speed WiFi (10MB); phone (local landline calls free)
- large balcony which looks out on pedestrian street
- no traffic - priceless in Rio (apts with sea view are noisy because of traffic)
- "Split" air condition in each room (almost silent like in a hotel)
- 32'' flat screen tv, premium cable including channels in Engl.
- close to everything, a stone throw away from famous Copacabana Palace Hotel
- 4 burner gas stove with oven, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, iron, hairdryer, vacuum cleaner, water filter - apt is fully equipped, you only need to bring your toothbrush
- 2 min. to walk to subway station "Cardeal Arco Verde - Copacabana"
The entire apartment is yours. It is a vacation rental, "apart-hotel" style. It's like your "home away from home", everything you need is there.
Общение с гостями
I will be available throughout your stay should you need me.
Please leave the apartment in a clean fashion (just like you found it). No loud noise after 10pm. If you are a smoker, please smoke outside on the balcony and not in the apartment itself. Please treat the apartment just like it would be your own. Air condition and lights should be turned off when you are out and about.
Por favor, mantenha o apartamento limpo da mesma maneira que você o encontrou. Os vizinhos precisam ser respeitados, então sem barulhos excessivos após as 22hrs. Se você é um fumante, por favor, fume na varanda e não dentro do apartamento. Em geral, será apreciado se você tratar o apartamento e suas comodidades como se elas fossem as suas. Ar condicionado e as luzes devem ser desligadas quando você não estiver no apartamento.
I used to work as a journalist all around the globe. Lived for 15 years in good old NYC and am now based in Rio. Still do journalism to a lesser extend (no more travel, will stay put in Rio).
I am a big fan of the "jeitinho brasileiro". It's hard to translate. It's basically: "If you can't jump the fence, dig a tunnel." Cariocas are masters in this ancient art form.