Sunday to Thursday dormitory with 6 beds. Pay: Rs. 28 instead of Rs. 35 per bed.
Friday and Saturday dormitory with 6 beds. Pay: Rs. 31 instead of Rs. 39 per bed.
Sunday to Thursday private room with 2 beds and bathroom. Pay US$36 instead of US$45 per bed.
Friday and Saturday, the 4th private with 2 beds and bathroom. Pay US$39 instead of US$49 per bed.
(Wi-Fi, breakfast, bed linen included)
Not valid during carnaval (26th of February until the 8th of March) and during the World Cup.
Rocinha is a neighborhood located in the south of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Stands out as one of the largest favela in the city, with around 70,000 inhabitants. The township is located between the districts of Gavea and Sao Conrado, two of the neighborhoods with the tax on urban property and land the city's highest. The proximity of the residences of two upper-class neighborhoods and the lower class of Rocinha marks a sharp contrast in the urban landscape of the region, which is often cited as a symbol of the unequal social development of Brazil.
On November 13, 2011, Rocinha was the scene of a major operation conducted by the Brazilian armed forces and the state police. The goal was the resumption of the territory from the hands of drug traffickers in order to prepare the ground for the future installation of twenty Police Unit Pacification of the city.
Currently the community lives in a state of peace and harmony, the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana are about 2km from Rocinha and São Conrado beach 1km, you can choose to go for beach walking, van, motorbike-taxi or bus. In the lower part of Rocinha is the commercial hub of the community, with restaurants, fitness gym, a samba school, the Olympic complex, supermarkets, nightclubs, bars, and craft fairs.