Casa do Amarelindo is a charming little hotel just steps from the main square and churches of the historic Pelourinho district. Set within a beautifully restored colonial mansion in Salvador, the ten rooms are very comfortable and the décor modern with touches of Bahian flavour. The lower room categories have views to the Pelourinho, choose a deluxe for take in the superb views of All Saints Bay from the private balcony.
The roof top bar is a pleasant area and the restaurant very well regarded, serving up tasty Bahian dishes with plenty of seafood on offer.
Overall, Casa do Amarelindo is a great base for a few days exploring Salvador, in the heart of the historic quarter it has much on its doorstep – great bars and restaurants plus the highlights of the city are only a short walk away. Every Tuesday the city comes alive with dancers and musicians taking over the streets, it’s a noisy affair but a great spectacle.
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Casa do Amarelindo Information
- Location & Getting There
Set within a beautifully restored colonial mansion in Salvador, Casa do Amarelindo is a charming boutique hotel just steps from the main square, a 45-minute drive from Salvador International Airport.
The hotel's 10 rooms are very comfortable and furnished in modern decor with touches of Bahian flavour. They provide king or super king beds, air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms with tropical rain showers or hydro-massage tubs. Most of the rooms enjoy magnificent views over the Baía de Todos os Santos, with some boasting an additional private balcony as a vantage point.
- Plunge pool
- Panoramic terrace
- Dining: 1 restaurant, 1 bar
Set in the heart of the historic quarter, the hotel has much on its doorstep. Great bars and restaurants plus the highlights of the city are only a short walk away. Visit magnificent baroque churches, where the lavish Igreja de Sao Francisco is a must, catch a Bahian folklore show, take a horse cart to one of the city's beaches, or join the world famous Carnaval - a wild street party lasting up to a week in February or March.
No guests under the age of 14 are accepted at Casa do Amarelindo.