Hotel Millennium is a popular choice amongst travelers in Manaus, whether exploring or just passing through. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are there for guest's enjoyment. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer air conditioning, desk, mini bar, balcony/terrace, telephone to ensure a restful night. Take a break from a long day and make use of fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool. For reliable service and professional staff, Hotel Millennium caters to your needs.
Hotel Millennium Manaus is one the most popular resort in Manaus, Brazil, though there are probably other similar 4-stars hotel. There is a good reason for this. Both airport and ferry terminal are no more 10 minutes' drive away, and both routes are covered by free shuttle buses. Once the Manaus, Brazil metro line starts running, guests will be able to hop on and off at the station next to the artificial lake – which is encircled by a cable car – at the front of the property.
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Style & character? Ever since Manaus, Brazil spearheaded the high-class hotel and casino invasion were opened up to the international market last decade, and they have upped the ante with Hotel Millennium Manaus. Everything is bigger and indeed better: the corridors are wider, the lift lobbies are equipped with a double-backed sofa, and the aforementioned Manaus, Brazil lake, with fountains spouting and warbling at intervals from noon until midnight granting a welcome sense of space.
Hotel Millennium Manaus ReviewsSculptures and artworks? think Jeff Koons as well as a graceful quartet of Qing Dynasty porcelain vases – raise the tone far beyond quote 4-star-luxury unquote. And while this is of course at heart a casino hotel, bent on accumulating patrons' lucre, its soul appears rather differently intentioned. Price stay pretty consistent all-year round. Breakfast included. And of course, free Wi-Fi.
Service & facilities? The Hotel Millennium Manaus crew hit the ground running and are exceptionally smart and efficient. Apart from the cable car and operatically inclined lake, there's plenty of diversion, from a fitness center that fairly bristles with machinery to a very soothing spa, plus of course a mall crammed to the gills with designer labels. The staff at the outdoor pool dispense free snacks and drinks every half-hour or so, bless their cotton tee-shirts.
Rooms? The colorful regular rooms are the biggest in town, with plenty of space to tango round the king-sized bed and its 500-threadcounters which are decorated with a delicate cloud 4 pattern. There's a television screen in the bathroom mirror, an eight-strong pillow sampler box, the complimentary razor and hairbrush are gilt, and the bedside speakers naturally sync with iPhones and similar.
Food & drink? More than a dozen restaurants and a solitary bar offer a very respectable array of choice, be it upmarket or the blindingly obvious Chinatown and Indian Food Stall. The steak and seafood at Manaus, Brazil are exceptional, while Michelin-starred cook drew up the ramen menu at Hanami. Tiered seating at Hotel Millennium Manaus cafe adds a dash of style to breakfast, which caters to Western and Asian palates with equal aplomb.
Access for guests with disabilities? No problems, even with the cable car. Even the lift buttons are placed at an accessible height. No children's club at Hotel Millennium Manaus but there is plenty to occupy youngsters, not least the cable car and performance lake.