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Casa do Amarelindo

Salvador | Brazil

A sensitively restored colonial hotel in the heart of Pelourinho, the historical district of Salvador de Bahia. This quaint hotel has a prime location and looks out onto almost all of the famous sights.

Location: Casa do Amarelindo is located in Pelourinho, in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Pelourinho is famous for its colourful houses, beautiful baroque churches, museums and typical stone-paved alleys. The streets echo with the batucada rhythm and capoeira shows.

How to get here: Fly to Salvador (SSA) and take a road transfer to the historic town for about 30-40 minutes, depending on the traffic. As taxis cannot come right to the door of the hotel, you will need to inform the hotel about your arrival and they will definitely help you with the luggage.

Structure: Casa do Amarelindo  has ten high category rooms, all situated in a five floor building with a lift. The decoration is inspired by the Bahia colonial culture, with a touch of African influence which is characteristic of Salvador history. Most of the rooms have a view of the All Saints’ Bay. In addition, various rooms have a private terraces overlooking either the bay or the city. Some deluxe rooms are able to accommodate up to four people and also can be interconnecting, which is a great option for families. One room has also been designed to welcome people of reduced mobility.

Why staying here: Casa do Amarelindo faces the All Saints’ Bay and is situated within easy reach of all restaurants, bars, recreational facilities, festivals and shows. Don’t worry though, it still maintains an air of peace and quiet from inside!

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