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Max 3 adults
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This is the Essenza Hotel. Structure Exclusivity, elegance, comfort: this is our essence. Inspired by this concept, the Essenza Hotel offers:-1300 m ² of pool, hot tub and waterfall with infinite edge by the sea-all suites have views of the sea and the sunset Dune-Garden Club-Essenza Bistro and Osteria, private comfort for our guests. -Wet Bar-Panoramic Jacuzzi-Aram Spa-Fitness Center-Hammam (Sauna Moist)-Finnish Bath (Sauna)-Balcony with pool table and card-reading porch and cyber-Concierge Staff location (with aerial photo) the Essenza Hotel is situated in the National Park of Jericoacoara, ...More details
Check-out ends at: 12:00
Reception servicesServices / Luggage Storage24 hour reception
Cleaning / Laundry ServicesLaundry / Dry CleaningDaily maid service
severalBroadband InternetFree WifiSmoking area
Common areasTV roomPlayroom
Food & BeveragePubrestaurantPrivate RestaurantCocktail Services
Transport optionsPool BarBicycle rental
Pool and wellness facilitiesPoolOutdoor PoolFree fitness centerMassages on RequestDirect beach accessIndoor poolMassage ServiceSPASPA
Business Facilities / FacilitiesSteam room
StoresHairdresser on request
Reviewed 26 november, 2020
Staying here should be taken as an Experience, i really enjoyed how the place is planned in a nice way. I would definitely recommend for couples, As jericoacora is a magical place by itself , this place only makes it better. I would also recommend the dinner night they offer with 5 plates or 7 with a very diverse Gastro experience with local products even for those who are allergic to Sea food like me.
Not worth it
Reviewed 8 february, 2020
The location is great. The hotel is rundown and desperately needs a good refurbishment. The price tag is far too high for the quality. Service is unfriendly and poor. I would not recommend it to anyone I know.
Reviewed 5 february, 2020
Don’t be fooled by their social media presence and their Pinterest pins, this place has not aged gracefully and needs remodeling ASAP. Their rooms are poorly lit and not cleaned properly, I stepped on a rug that had broken glass on it. Worst part was that the day I ate there not once but twice, I got the worst food poisoning of my life.
Doesn’t feel at all like a 5 stars hotel!
Reviewed 23 august, 2019
In general I was quit disappointed with this hotel after staying in others 5 stars in Jeri. The goods are: - The situation, it’s really close to everything and at a good place of the beach. - The room with the view on the main pool are quit impressive, it’s big, comfortable and with a pretty nice view. The bad: - Very loud musique playing at the bar from the afternoon to about 8pm so it wasn’t too relaxing to be on the terrace. - The service was really bad. Specially at breakfast. Most of the day someone would take note of what we wanted, for later coming back several times and asking what did we asked for. All that for at the end receiving the plates and beverage in a really disorganized way and not eating in the same time as my husband. That was frustrating when we could count over 10 employees around the bar doing nothing. - Expect maybe in the room, even if there is space for improvement, you can see than the hotel doesn’t have the little details of a 5 stars and looks a bit cheap and unclean at certain places. Overall I think it’s easy to get attracted by the pictures of the pool and the room with private rooms but it’s not worth the price. From my points of views calling this place a 5 star hotel is unfair for 5 stars that really deliver a good service.
Doesn’t justify the price tag
Reviewed 22 may, 2019
Ok this is a nice hotel but it didn’t feel that friendly. Perhaps this is a Brazilian thing but there seems to be a certain amount of elitism and pretentiousness around some of the hotels which are perceived as 5 star in this country. I wouldn’t rate this as a 5 star hotel. Why? The pool is murky with too many chemicals. It should be a clear blue colour. The WiFi is mostly useless. I couldn’t even scroll through Facebook a lot of the time. For the price you expect a pristine environment. It’s not. There are areas that require maintenance and painting. Deck outside room was shabby looking. There are areas that require painting. Our duvet cover had a big tear in it which looked as if it had been repaired by a 3 year old. The grassy area outside the pool bar looks neglected. The worst part for us was that we couldn’t receive a guest. They literally will not allow a non guest to set foot on the property let alone on your balcony! For this reason it felt a bit like a prison for me. We have a friend living in Jeri and I tried to bring him in. I was challenged and made to feel like a criminal. Reception said I could check him in and “pay the extra”! Ludicrous. I witnessed 2 residents recognise 2 friends walking by the perimeter down by the beach. The instant their fiends stepped over the small shrubs marking the boundary 2 guards started ambling over. The friends were hugging each other and it was clear they were going to sit with them a while, possibly eating and drinking. When the guard saw they were about to sit down he cane over to tell them it was “guests only”. The 4 of them got up and walked away together, presumably to give their money to a less paranoid and pretentious establishment. Meanwhile we counted 14 members of staff around the bar with absolutely nothing to do. One having a smoke in the corner. A couple on mobile phones. You’re missing a trick here guys. It almost felt like gestapo. You should be encouraging people in and earning some money to pay all those staff you have. Please don’t reply quoting “policy”, which I see you did in another post To me the policy doesn’t work and you need to change it. It made me feel like a criminal because I wanted to bring someone into the grounds. If I had known this beforehand I would not have booked the hotel. The room was spacious. It was clean and apart from the badly repaired cover on the bed it was a nice space, if a little sterile. I’ve stayed in hotels, hostels and guest houses all over the world. It’s hard to define what gives a place a life and soul. For me this place didn’t do it I’m afraid. The price tag is silly for what is presented