in the beginning communication was ok, I was told that we ll get 2 beds, that the rules are to respect each other, to respect a dog and to clean after yourself.
when we moved in, we were shocked cause we got a room, where the bunk bed and "wardrobe" were made out of bricks!! and there were no ladder to the upper bed, also cause of the flowers in the room (which cannot be removed) we had a lot of flies. And it was dusty. After one week and small scandall we got a chance to move to another room with double bed, normal wardrobe and private shower.
The breakfast was included only few days out of 2 months, few times our food was consumed without any leftover for us. So it seems that breakfast is not included, it s just a bonus. Also smoking is allowed inside, so if you are a non-smoker, like us, it s a bit problematic.
TV or music is usually on at 23, then at 5 am and once even at 3.40 am! Also loud parties are quite often and there is a chance to meet all Bruno's friends. Kitchen most of the time was dirty, mountains of dirty dishes and dirty oven, so a bit hard was to cook anything.
Bruno was always very nice and tried to help, but when we asked for a discount, cause it was not what we expected, we have learned new portuguese words, which I m ashamed to say anyone else and some of them we still couldnt translate. And after this we got very scared to stay our last days, but luckily Bruno went to travel, so we could move out calmly.
In general I find the price we payed is very high for this kind of accommodation. Location is ok, it s a condominium with security, but it is very far from all the tourist attractions (except Riocentro and Olympic Village, Olympic Park also is not that far)
I would have a better impression if I would not get all those messages in portuguese with suggestion to move away and some other words which are offensive for us and our countries. So I would say it s better not to stay if u cant stay any of the things I ve listed, cause Bruno seems to be very unpredictable for his reaction