The best place for families in Morro. Quiet beach, good restaurant, big rooms, plenty of activities for kids. We had no big problem. There's no need to leave the hotel unless if you're looking for parties.More
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The best place for families in Morro. Quiet beach, good restaurant, big rooms, plenty of activities for kids. We had no big problem. There's no need to leave the hotel unless if you're looking for parties.MoreShow less
Dear Thiago AM
Thank you very much for your recent stay with us. I am very happy that you had a good time at Patachocas. We vou would be very pleased to welcoming again soon.
Great place to stay in Morro de São Paulo. Beautiful surroundings, good prices of food and beverages in the hotel's restaurant and bars, plus the staff is caring and very nice. Me and my family had a great time there, I recommend it if you are looking for peace and quiet in Morro.
We had a wonderful time at Patachocas! The hotel is great, just be very careful with tons of mosquitos at night (ask for help as you arrive). The place is all very beautiful, as so are the pool and the beach. The sand is white and the water is warm and clear, just like paradise. Breakfast is great, lots of fresh fruit and many different options. Kid's activities are fun, and staff is usually kind and helpful. There is only one restaurant, so service is slow. There is only one store and it was always closed. The shuttle bus to town is awful and it got broken when we needed to catch the catamarã to leave the island (which is also awful, we recommend the plane).
Firstly Morro De Sao Paulo is a summer destination so if its raining don't bother coming here.
However, it is because of our stay at Patachocas that made it memorable and not a waste of time.
The beach is a stones throw away and when the tide goes out has lovely rock pools. Coconut palms throughout.
Food is good and reasonably priced for the island.
The staff don't speak much english but google translate helped.
The pool is excellent and I found the staff to be good. There was lots to do undercover like pool, games and stuff for children. The staff played with the children and even had a game of pool with me.
You can walk for an hour to 2nd beach. You can talk horse and cart.
The bus is a rickety public bus but only takes 20 mins and is free. It is always on time. Make sure when arriving you find out where it goes from 2nd beach terminal. It is not obvious as it is behind the beach.
The rooms were superb and it was quiet and peaceful most of the time. Sometimes there was loud music by the pool which I didn't like. Turn it down please!
Overall this hotel/resort made our stay in Morro better because we didn't have great weather and if I came back I would definietely stay again.
I loved the Resor Patachocast (excellent acomodations) natives, bares ( for example: toca do Morcego); varied food and drink; nature, beach, tiroleza...but I don't like accumulated junk in street. I spent six days there and I would like return.
Looks like the biggest infra in the island with reasonable Quality. On the other hand services were ever worst in my life, even in Bahia. Any order takes aprox. 30 min when you do find an available waitress wiiling to take your order. During my 4 nights, they ran out of ice for entire 2 days. If you wanna buy a bucket will be charged 10 reais for a small one or 25 for a regular one. One night I tried to place an order using the service room and the maitre argued me he was supposed to charge 10 bucks so someone could deliver the menu in my room. Other than that the bus is falling apart.
Thank you very much for your comments. We have implemented at our pool and beach a system with a bottom to call service. It is working very well, did you use it? Actually we have 2 Ice-cube machines and it is very difficult to run out of ice. We just charge for Ice buckets if our guests bring their own drinks, and charge for room service, but not for deliver the menus.