Villa Amazonia

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Villa Amazonia is a contemporary mid-range hotel with colonial features and a good range of facilities in the centre of Manaus in the Brazilian Amazon. 

Just a stone's throw from Manaus' downtown Opera House is Villa Amazonia, a converted colonial home and something of a haven in the city. Its grandiose entrance, complete with an ornate, lemon-tinted façade leads into a reception area combining exposed original stone walls and a wood-panelled ceiling. This, along with the friendly service and collection of decorative antiques, cultivates a warm, homely atmosphere throughout. Other standout features include an outdoor swimming pool and private garden, over which most rooms have a view.

Guest rooms continue the blend of modern and traditional, with marbled bathrooms and 'rain-showers' complementing the classic style of the furnishings. The in-house restaurant offers a tropical take on many familiar classics.

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What our clients say

  • Small attractive hotel, good breakfast with local dishes. Reception staff very friendly and helpful.

    DB, Bedford
  • Great location and full of rustic character. Comfortable big beds and quality linen. Great breakfast.

    AP, Esher
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Our Expert's Opinion

Located in the centre of the city, the hotel succeeds in blending an historical façade with contemporary furnishings. It’s a great base for exploring Manaus and the hotel pool offers a welcome retreat from the heat of the city – you can relax here and order a caipirinha before enjoying the local cuisine in the hotel restaurant.

Hannah Waterhouse Travel Expert Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.


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