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Visitors can choose from small two-star hotels or hostel in the back streets for less than US$ 22.50-a-night or the opulent luxury of the Presidential suites of the top deluxe hotels for which there won’t be much change from a thousand dollars-a-night or more. 

Brazil's hotel industry does not revolve around the European or North American visitors, the vast majority of guests coming from the other South American countries and from Brazil itself. Hotels operate on their local reputation and because of this you tend to get what you pay for and prices, therefore, become a fairly accurate guide to the degree of comfort that can be expected and the facilities that go along with it. Price also reflects the hotel’s location so that normally for the same amount of money you can stay in a better hotel two blocks back from the beach than those in the same price bracket on the oceanfront. In the major cities, such as Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, expect to pay US$ 300–a–night or more for a standard double in the deluxe hotels; US$150–a–night .In the other five star properties; between US$ 67.50 and US$ 120.00–a–night at the four and three star properties; and around US$ 30-a–night or less at the two star hotels. As part of a package booked on the Internet or though a tour operator, that US$200-a-night room at rack rate can fall to US$ 150.00-a-night or less. Most hotels accept the major credit cards (Amex, Diners, MasterCard and Visa). Another excellent option throughout Brazil, are the pousadas (lodgings). These are normally small, privately run hotels that offer a varying degree of comfort that will be reflected in the price. Pousadas are the accommodation backbone of most of the coast town and villages as well as the historic towns of the interior. As time waits for no man, or hotel or pousada (inn), always check about changes in facilities, room rates and credit card acceptance before making a firm booking. Before arriving in Brazil, fax or email the hotels that appeal to you and ask them to forward their latest brochure. Do not be surprised to find that many smaller hotels and pousadas have their fax on an extension line of the main hotel switchboard. A phone line is a valuable asset in parts of Brazil.

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