Casa Amarelindo Salvador Hotel
Rating: 4 star
Address: Rua das Portas do Carmo, 06, Salvador, CEP 40026-290, Brazil
Casa Amarelindo Salvador Hotel is a charming hotel, nestled in a fully restored XIXth century building in the heart of Pelourinho, historical district of Salvador classified UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 1985, famous for its colourful houses, beautiful baroque churches, museums, typical stone-paved alleys constantly echoed with batucada rhythm or capoeira shows.
Casa Amarelindo Salvador Hotel offers ten spacious rooms that combine comfort and luxury. The decoration is inspired by the Bahia colonial culture with a touch of the African influence which is so characteristic of the history of Salvador. Most of the rooms have a breath-taking view of the Baia de Todos os Santos (All Saints’ Bay). In addition, various rooms have a private terrace overlooking either the bay or the city.
Casa Amarelindo Salvador Hotel has ten high standard rooms, a swimming pool, a restaurant, two bars, a solarium, a fitness centre, as well as two interior tropical patios, all situated in a five floor building with a lift to all floors.
LCD TV with free international satellite channels, DVD and CD player (free access to a selection of movies at the reception), free internet access (WiFi and broadband), electronic safe, hair-dryer, hydro massage bath tub or rainfall shower add to the comfort of the Casa Amarelindo Salvador Hotel’ rooms, a true quiet haven in this so bustling district.
Our amenities range, based on the natural richness of Brazilian fruits, has been chosen for its high quality.
Some Deluxe rooms are able to accommodate until four people. One room has also been designed to welcome people of reduced mobility. Four rooms can be connected.
In a relaxed atmosphere in the daytime and more romantic for dinner, the restaurant offers very tasty food with a tropical touch, honouring the local ingredients, in particular the dishes based on seafood and fish. Last order is accepted at 10.00 pm.
The wine list gives preference to South American wines, especially the remarkable Argentinean and Chilean ones. Dishes and tapas from the bar and the restaurant may also be served around the swimming pool for guests of Casa do Amarelindo.