Location: Copacabana Palace is a glamorous art deco historic hotel overlooking Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
How to get here: Fly to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) and take a 30-50 min road transfer, depending on the traffic.
Structure: Copacabana Palace consists of an 8-story main building and a 14-story annex. It has 222 rooms and 146 suites, each being unique and has fine period furniture and original artwork. Choose from charming views of the city or stunning views of the ocean and enjoy your stay with the finest amenities. The hotel has connecting rooms on some categories. Play on the rooftop tennis court, sunbathe, swim and socialize in one of Rio’s largest and most attractive swimming pools or just enjoy the beach service in front of the hotel. Discover a number of mementos that are unique to the boutiques of the hotel. Find bliss in the sumptuous spa with individual treatment rooms, dual treatment suites, a fitness room, hair salon, sauna, steam bath and relaxation area. With elegant ambiance, exemplary service and gourmet cuisine, the Copacabana Palace offers a delightfully memorable culinary experience. It has three restaurants, The Pérgula, situated by the pool, and the Michelin-starred Cipriani and MEE. The Cipriani restaurant is known as one of the best restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, offering exceptional Northern Italian cuisine. Pérgula Restaurant offers first class Brazilian and international cuisine in a refined yet relaxed atmosphere and MEE is all about Asian flavours.
Why staying here: Although this is not a small hotel, it is probably one of the best places to stay in Rio de Janeiro. All the rooms and suites conjure the elegance and glamour of a past epoque. The location is top and the service is high-class.
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Tick off the most popular sites of Brazil, from the iconic sights of Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, to Paraty and Ilha Grande. Enjoy panoramic views of Rio from the heights of Corcovado and the Sugarloaf Mountain, hike along the dozens of trails in the Iguazu national Park, visit the exciting bird park, visit a charming colonial town near the beach and finish off on a car-free tropical island with white-sand beaches. This is a great option for a sightseeing holiday, with a bit of culture and a beach break at the end.View full itinerary