Wonderful staff that go out of their way. But hardly anyone speaks any English - unless you know Portuguese or Spanish, good luck making yourself understood. Rooms are spotless. I got upgraded from a double to a quadruple bedroom. Wifi doesn't seem to work anywhere - in the room or the reception. It's about a 15 min walk to the center of town.
Traveller from Washington DC
Situated in Bonito, this pousada is within a 15-minute walk of Jiboia Project and Rio Sucuri. Bonito Central Square and …More
I stayed for two days at the Novotel Campo Grande during a business trip to Campo Grande. The hotel is close to green areas and you have a sense of being out of the city. The staff is very helpful and always willing to help. My experience of the food served was limited, but I was not impressed. Breakfast is the typical Brazilian affair and the food on offer is of good quality. I had dinner at the hotel one day and it was enough to put me off eating there again. The food was below average and I think the fact the restaurant was pretty much empty should have been a sign. The room was big enough and clean. The internet was problematic, which for me was a problem, as I had to do quite a bit of work from the hotel.
Traveller from London
Situated in Campo Grande, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Mato Grosso do Sul Museum of Contemporary Art and Indigenous …More