Club Med Rio Das Pedras (Brazil) Reviews
Newest Review: ... was for 4 out of the 7 days we were there. We had decided to pack up and go home if we woke up to yet another rainy day after 4 days of basically non stop drizzle. The sun came out so we stayed, and the rest of the week was not so bad, but it wasnīt good either. On the good side, the food and variety served was just exquisite. There is no way anyone could find fault in the food offered. Apart from the variety of fruit that is standard in Brazil, the lobsters, giant shrimps, smoked salmon etc were wonderful. The GOīs as always in Brazil were very pleasant, and were not the ususal 6 month stint people ; they were residents of Brazil who did ... more
Customer Club Med Rio Das Pedras (Brazil) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/08/02, updated on 29/08/02 (Useful, 453 readings)
I went with my wife and 12 yr old son for Xmas 2001. As far as Club Meds go, the accomodation was better than average; and there was TV for a change, but we think we know why-the weather is very very unpredictable!! Talking with the GOīs there, it seems that during most months of the year there is a lot of rain, and as the temperatures are not always high, this can make it cold and miserable, as it was for 4 out of the 7 days we were there. We had decided to pack up and go home if we woke up to yet another rainy day after 4 days of basically non stop drizzle. The sun came out so we stayed, and the rest of the week was not so bad, but it wasnīt good either. On the ... Read the complete review
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