Friday, July 16, 2010

The Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada (4****)

The Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada, with its luxury and cosmopolitan architecture, signed by Ruy Ohtake, offers 448 rooms. The hotel also has a variety of facilities and services that assure to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers: meeting facilities with capacity to accommodate up to 50 people, international restaurant, bar, room service 24hs, convenience store, business center, Spa, one children and two adult swimming pools, pier, nautical sports, three tennis courts, cooper facilities, fitness center and dry and steam saunas. The Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada is one of the two hotels that compose the Alvorada Hotel Complex.

The Golden Tulip Brasilia Alvorada has 448 rooms divided in 3 categories: Standard, Deluxe and Executive Rooms.
All rooms have a balcony and are equipped with: living room, kitchenette, worktable, air conditioning, two telephones in room with voice mail, electronic safe, cable TV, Internet access, and minibar. Bathrooms with shower, hygienic shower and hairdryer.

Area Information

As a venue for political events, Brasília is a cosmopolitan city, with around 90 embassies. Not surprisingly, the city stands out as an important business tourism destination.
The plan of the central city has been likened to a bird, a bow and arrow, or an airplane and has been designed by the Brazilian architect Lúcio Costa.
The climate in Brasilia is tropical. The dry season lasts from late March to early October, though there is commonly some rain also in late May. The temperature has during that period an average of maximum 28°C. Then start the humid season, where the temperature can decrease down to 18°C.

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