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Location: Juma Opera Hotel is a historic high-end boutique hotel located in Manaus, the gateway to the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. Manaus has a rich history, which prospered during the rubber-boom, a period when the city was one of the most important in the country. From here, it is possible to navigate the rivers and streams by boat in many directions.
How to get here: Fly to Manaus (MAO) in the Amazonas and take a 20-30 min transfer to the historic downtown, depending on the traffic.
Structure: Like the other buildings in the historic center of Manaus, Juma Opera Hotel has been built in the midst of the economic boom in the 18th century. The hotel has been recently renovated and has a brand new feel. It is a sustainable hotel, using of solar panels for heating water and coatings containing recyclable glass in its composition. The lobby is located at the main historic mansion and has a pleasant seating area, with arched windows offering a touch of nostalgia to the sophisticated contemporary decor. The rooftop swimming pool is surrounded by a glass railing that provides beautiful views of the Amazonas Opera House, the Palace of Justice and the Church of Sao Sebastiao. On the horizon, it is possible to see up to the Negro River! All the rooms have acoustic treatment on their doors, walls and windows and most of them have a direct view to the Amazonas Opera House. All double beds are king-size and some bathrooms have a bathtub. The centenary architecture of part of the hotel, mixed with modern buildings, has resulted in unique, exclusive and differentiated rooms.
Why staying here: For great views of the Opera House and for great service. One of the best charming hotels to stay in Manaus.
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