Rent Oasis Studio in Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro
LOVELLY STUDIO IN COPACABANA'S OÁSIS! This cozy and compact studio is located in Bairro Peixoto, a secluded neighborhood that links Copacabana with Botafogo; a quiet area that feels apart from the lively, busy Copacabana streets and is close enough, at walking distance from a variety of commercial stores and the beach.
This apartment offers a double bed (made out of two single beds that can be arranged separately); one bathroom and a kitchenette with all utensils necessary for cooking simple meals. Located on a 3rd floor, the apartment is reachable just through the stairs of a building without elevator, a typical sample of the residential edifices built in Copacabana during the 1950s and 60s.
Bairro Peixoto is known by locals for being tranquil and family oriented. It offers a calm, ample outdoor park and playground where a vegetable and fruit street market takes place every Wednesday. It is close to Rua Figueredo de Magalhães, a popular commercial area with subway station (Siqueira Campos) and public transportation. Av. Nossa Senhora de Copacabana and Copacabana Beach are at walk distance (10 to 15 minutes).
A US$150 security deposit is requested upon arrival to this property and refunded after the check-out.
Daily price: US$ 95
Subway lines: Metro station Siqueira Campos is 3 blocks away / Estação de metro Siqueira Campos a 3 quarteirões
Restrictions: Minimum 4 to 5-day stays. Smoking is not allowed. Pets are not allowed. Preços por alta temporada são aplicados.
| Near to: Av. Nossa Senhora de Copacabana is 10 minutes away, at wlaking distance, with all sort of supermarkets, convenience stores, bars, restaurants, banks and more. All signature brazilian brand stores are nearby too. Copacabana Beach is at a 15-min walk.
|A US$150 security deposit is requested upon arrival and refunded after the check-out.
Kitchenette equipped with basic utensils for simple cooking.
No elevator in the building. Apartment located on a 3rd floor, reachable just through stairs.
MARIA LOURDES (BALU)
A dynamic carioca who speaks English and Spanish, Balu enjoys welcoming tourists and travelling. She practices yoga and loves strolling at the beach.
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Please bear in mind that the remaining 50% of this reservation must be paid in cash directly to the host inmendiately upon arrival.
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Management Team -MyRoomsinBrazil
Praia de Copacabana is one of the worldwide most famous beaches, the centerpiece of Rio de Janeiro’s coasts. With its classic crescent 4-km long curve anchored at one end by the imposing presence of Pão de Açúcar (in English: Sugarloaf), Copacabana first gained famed in 1920 after the opening of the high-class, ArtDeco style Copacabana Palace Hotel and that later evolved into an international watering spot for world’s most glamorous celebrities.
Today a highly commercial, busy borough with high population density (it hosts 160 thousand people in a 8km2 area), mostly of elderly cariocas, the Copacabana district begins at Avenida Princesa Isabel (at the very border with up-scaled bairro Leme, bordered by Morro do Leme) and ends at Posto Seis where lies the Forte de Copacabana (today with the Museu Histórico do Exército it was built in the early 1910s by the Brazilian army.)
Residential buildings from the 40s through the 70s, eleven to thirteen stories high were built right next to each other in shady streets, divided by Avenida Nossa Senhora and Rua Barata Ribeiro the main commercial, business and residential roads in the neighborhood. Copacabana’s square-lined more 100+ streets are filled with an uncountable number of local botecos (beer and food bars), natural fruit juice and sandwich taverns, small family-owned grocery and home good stores, drugstores and more. High-end restaurants, hotels and nightclubs are all along the coast, throughout the magnificent Avenida Atlántica.
Copacabana Beach is outlined by the globally well-known black and white geometric wave of pavement landscape, designed by Burle Max and completed in 1970. The beach hosts millions of locals and tourists during the annual New Year's Eve celebrations and, in most years, has been the official venue of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.