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Tao Station 752

Porto Alegre City Centre, Porto Alegre

Boasting barbecue facilities, Tao Station 752 is situated in Porto Alegre in the Rio Grande do Sul region, 2 km from Central Public Market and 3.9 km from Beira Rio Stadium. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Each room comes with a patio.

The rooms are fitted with a microwave, fridge, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. Rooms have a shared bathroom. All units at the hostel come with a seating area. Carina was a wonderful host. The hostel is a beautiful old house, good size rooms, bathrooms and rooms spotlessly clean. Excellent location to walk to bars restaurants and the park. Has everything you need in the kitchen if you want to stay in and eat, and a big supermarket 5 minute walk away. Have Smart TV with Netflix.

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48 reviews

Pousada e Hostel Polônia

Porto Alegre

Pousada e Hostel Polônia is located in Porto Alegre. There is a bus station located just 3 km from this property. WiFi is free throughout.

Rooms at Hostel e Pousada Polônia are simple but stylish. They offer wardrobe. Other facilities offered include a shared TV lounge. Lockers are available. Short stay for me but bery helpful staff. Room is clean and has air condinorer

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168 reviews

POA Eco Hostel

Porto Alegre

Located in Porto Alegre city, POA Eco Hostel offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and 24-hour front desk service. Restaurants, bars and supermarkets can be found 50 metres away.

All shared rooms at POA Eco Hostel are equipped with a fan, and some rooms have a private bathroom. They are simply styled with parquet or tiled floors and provide bed linen and bath towels. The safe were the best thing about the hostel, so friendly and made you feel welcome. We shared meals together and a BBQ! It had different places so you could hangout with other people or relax. Close to the center and a supermarket right at the end of the street.

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461 reviews

Hostel Casa Grande

Porto Alegre

Featuring free WiFi, Residencial Casa Grande offers accommodation in Porto Alegre, 1.8 km from Faculdade Porto Alegrense. Free private parking is available on site.

You will find a shared kitchen at the property.

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Very good
26 reviews

POA Central - Acomodações econômicas

Porto Alegre

POA Central - Acomodações econômicas offers accommodation in Porto Alegre city centre. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.

Certain rooms have a fan and views of the city. Bathrooms are shared. this hostel is pop&coloful. me gusta est.

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376 reviews

Hostel Nova Orla 3 stars

Porto Alegre City Centre, Porto Alegre

All the rooms at Hostel Nova Orla come with a flat-screen TV and private bathroom.

Property is located 7 km from Salgado Filho Airport, 1 km from Porto Alegre Bus Station, 500 meters from Santa Casa Hospital and is 4,5 km away from Beira Rio Stadium. Huge room AC Good breakfast 7 minutes away from Busstation with Uber

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283 reviews

Pousada do Parque

Porto Alegre

The accommodation at Pousada do Parque provides a TV and are fitted with original paintings from international artists. Rooms and dormitories have either a private or a shared bathroom.

Guests enjoy a daily buffet breakfast at the hostel. Dining options are found at Praia de Belas Shopping Mall, 300 metres away. More choices are available within 1 km, in downtown Porto Alegre.

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30 reviews

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