Sheraton Barra Hotel & Suites

  • Avenida Lucio Costa 3150,
  • Barra da Tijuca
  • Rio de Janeiro,
  • Rio De Janeiro
  • 22630-010
  • Brazil
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Rooms & Rates


Children per Room

This information enables us to identify the rooms that will best accommodate your party and to prepare for your arrival.

See room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Note: At this hotel guests 12 and under are considered children. Please adjust the number of adults and children as needed.
Please see room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Family Plan Policy

For guestrooms, one child under 12 years of age sleeps free in existing room bedding.  For suites, two children 12 and under sleep free in existing room bedding. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges.

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Hotel I'm satisfied I'll be back February 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good hotel, by Rio standards On very relative terms, and given the poor level of hotels found in Rio, this is one of the best of the bunch. Not at all recommended for first time visitors to the city, as it is far away from all the tourist spots and the action in Ipanema/Leblon. It is, however, in Barra which is one of the more laid back and safest areas of Rio, with Rio's longest (and cleanest) beach just across the road. The rates are too high for this property, owing to the many international firms which now have offices in Barra, and the Sheraton being the only other sizeable hotel in the whole area. It is very frequent for this hotel to be fully booked during the week, and a bit quieter on weekends. Rooms are spacious, and all have large balconies affording (angled) sea-views. They have a problem with mouldy smell, due to humidity from the sea and carpets, but in recent years they have had successful efforts at minimizing this by replacing most of the carpets inside the rooms by stone flooring. The fixtures in the room are dated, but they all have a lounge area and a small kitchenette/counter. Minibar prices are laughable, and a large bottle of mineral water costs about 8-10 times what you'd pay in a supermarket. In a country where you cannot drink water from the tap this is unfair taking advantage of guests. The swimming pool and gym areas are great, and so is breakfast, with a very nice spread of fruits and juices. Unfortunately, the hotel is let down by poor training of staff: everyone is polite and eager to help, but too often lack initiative or simply how to deal with simple problems. Check-in and check out take far too long, and sometimes you find yourself waiting almost 30 minutes. If this was Ft Lauderdale, this would be a cheap 3-star Sheraton, but because it's in Rio, you pay 3-4 times what you should for what is essentially a mediocre room with mediocre service. April 15, 2012
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