Casa do Amarelindo, charming hotel, is nestled in a fully restored XIXth century building in the heart of Pelourinho, historical district of Salvador, facing the marvelous Baia de Todos os Santos (All Saints’ Bay). Only hotel with swimming pool and panoramic terrace facing the bay, Casa do Amarelindo offers to its guest the comfort and the service of a four stars hotel in the more colorful district of the city. It has ten high standard rooms, a gastronomic restaurant, two bars, a solarium, a fitness and two interior tropical patios, all situated in a five floor building with a lift to all floors. Everything have been designed to guarantee a maximum of well-being for crazy tropical nights lovers when they will need to rest far from the cheerful bustle in the street of Pelourinho. All rooms have a sound insulation of the doors and windows, high quality bedding, satellite TV channels and free internet (Wi-Fi and broadband). Of course they have air conditioning, ceiling fan, and most of them have a private terrace with a breathtaking view to the bay or to the roofs of old houses and churches o Pelourinho. All this refinement, associated to a first class service, make Casa do Amarelindo the perfect place to stay for the most demanding travelers.

open: All year; rooms from R$ 549-1287; breakfast from 7-22h; number of rooms: 10

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Guestrooms with Balcony
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Outdoor seating, terrace or garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Solarium
  • Whirlpool / Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Work-out equipment available
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Overnight guests allowed
  • Vegetarian meals on the menu
  • Extensive wine list
  • Reservation advisable
  • Free WiFi


Casa do Amarelindo
Casa do Amarelindo
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