Setor Hoteleiro Sul, Quadra 3 Bloco A, Brasilia, Brazil
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About Planalto Bittar Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Planalto Bittar Hotel is a Brasilia hotel strategically located within the Federal District area. The 105 rooms at this 4-star Brasilia
Planalto Bittar Hotel is a Brasilia hotel strategically located within the Federal District area. The 105 rooms at this 4-star Brasilia hotel are well appointed. Each of the guestrooms have cable/satellite television and a mini bar. Business facilities at the Planalto Bittar Hotel include an auditorium, business centre and meeting facilities. A bar/lounge and International restaurant are provided for your leisure needs. Services at the hotel include 24 hour room service and a dry cleaning/laundry service.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 25 reviews
VERY GOOD 70 reviews
AVERAGE 82 reviews
POOR 36 reviews
TERRIBLE 12 reviews
05 Apr 2017
Horrible horrible hotel. Unfriendly receptionist, uncomfortable bed, old linens and towels (holes-in-them old) dirty bathroom, and wi fi didnt work in the pit they put me in and called a room - when I called to ask to exchange rooms because I needed to work, the guy told me it was because I wasnt connecting correctly to the wifi...Noisy room, and no blackout so the light from the street comes into the shaft (yes, shaft, not window - most rooms are below floor level) and even if you dont have air con on, you still wont be able to sleep because you can here the machines from other rooms coming from the window. You'd think well she paid cheap and the answer is no - it was expensive. Do not trust the pictures and dont stay here!
07 Aug 2016
Mediocre but the new bar downs....
The room was certainly adequate and clean however the lack of free internet (and the fact that you have to bumpy a separate subscription for each device) makes it a poor choice for the business traveler. The fro t desk was quite efficient, taxis always available and the central location all pluses...fits well in the category of "you get what you pay for" ... Righting the Internet ship would be a huge step forward.
Friends getaway Traveller
23 May 2015
Close to the Stadium but Hotel....
I stayed here back in July 2014 for the world cup and i'm barely writing this review now. Unless the hotel has new management or a bigger budget or priority for cleanliness, then you should consider staying somewhere else. The bathroom was gross with mold on the tiles and even the bidet was dirty. The towels did not smell fresh, and there was blue residue all over the shower from their cleaning spray.
I found beer caps next to the tv, hair on the bed, and crusty food stains on the bed blanket. There was no other thin sheet under the blanket, so I had to use the one that obviously hadn't been washed. On top of all that, the mattress cover was so worn out that it was almost see-thru, and it had several holes in it, showing the old greenish yellow mattress underneath. After trying my best to ignore all of those things, I actually had a good nights rest on the bed. The management of this hotel really needs to assure that their sheets are clean after each guest and replaced when they have holes on them!
I had trouble finding this hotel on google maps and our taxi driver also took us to the wrong hotel, since there are many hotels in the area with "Bittar" in the title.
The lighting in the room wasn't ideal at night because the only reading lamp was at the desk and not by the bed. There are also no electrical outlets by the bed.
I paid $5 usd for wifi per 24 hours. The two men at the front desk hardly spoke any English, which didn't help much. For the price I paid at this hotel ($300 per night) I do not think it was worth it. I guess that's the price I paid for coming during the World Cup, so during an average night, I think this hotel may be worth $90 per night. It was close to the futbol stadium, and not too far from the local sights and shopping - thats the only reason we picked it.
Friends getaway Traveller
09 Jul 2014
Not the place you want to stay....
It is way overpriced for what you get. The floors inside the rooms are old fake wooden floors, with peeling walls. Breakfast is extremely modest and there are de facto no service, not during breakfast nor if you need anything else.
Friends getaway Traveller
01 Jul 2014
“Just enough for a night’s sle....
Chose it knowing exactly what to expect, having read all the other reviews and knowing a “3 or 4” was the maximum score I thought I was going to find. To be honest, I expected less. A week before, I had stayed a couple of blocks away at a better and pricier option and had already seen the place. Found it interesting for basically one reason… LOCATION! It’s right in the middle of all the action and most highlights of Brasilia. Sightseeing is very comfortable and within reasonable walking distance to/from the vast majority of museums and attractions. Since I were in town for a night and to see a Football match of the World Cup, it was the best option, keeping in mind the venue is just a mile away and I was able to walk there.
The hotel itself is a worn down and far from its glory days. The rooms are big and the two double beds they put together made the bed an extra king size which was good for the sleeping possibility, though unfortunately they don’t have matching sheets nor bedding, which turned out into a messy bed, sleeping on the mattress itself sometimes. I got a room which had its AC unit damaged which I was told was going to be repaired, therefore had to wait for a couple of hours for… no one to show up! After asking again, they said it was too late and I had to get a room change. The new room was in the basement level, without a window (technically it had one overlooking a hole) but it was better than staying in a room without AC. The staff was friendly and helped out, but it took over an hour to get the room change done, not to mention the obvious packing and unpacking again. The bathroom was spacious and though old, it was good enough. Breakfast was OK, but the best you’ll find.
As I said, it was what I expected and it’s a great option for a night’s sleep and if you want to be right in the center of it all, for the right investment.
Ps. I checked out and the staff was kind enough to keep my bags safe while I toured the city, since I had a late flight. When I claimed my bags and already at the airport I noticed some belongings were missing. Since I can’t confirm who it was and if it was someone from the staff, I would give them the benefit of the doubt. I you leave things to be kept, ask for a receipt or hand them any important things you have in your bags.