Bed and Breakfasts in Brazil

There is a huge selection of wonderful hotel accommodations throughout Brazil, all with great amenities, courteous staff, and well designed rooms. However, some travelers feel that hotels can lack a personalized experience, and instead opt for a local bed and breakfast. Bed and Breakfasts are typically renovated homes that have rooms made available for guests and typically have a much more intimate feeling that some guests prefer, especially when far from home. This intimate feeling can come from a smaller staff, more interactive owners, and a smaller area in which guests are housed. Bed and Breakfasts are often more expensive than a standard hotel stay, but guests are paying extra for the experience.

In most area’s that you’ll visit in Brazil, you’ll find at least 1 bed and breakfast. Here’s a list of some to get you started on your way to the perfect stay in Brazil:

Villa 2 Santos

Location: Arraial d’ajuda

Website: http://www.villa2santos.com

 

Pousada Laguna

Location: Cabo Frio

Website: http:/www.pousadalaguna.com/

 

Floripa Guest House

Location: Florianopolis

Website: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/brazil-florianopolis-aloebellaguesthouse.html

 

Janela de Marcia

Location: Florianopolis

Website: http://www.janelademarcia.com/

 

Macae Bed and Breakfast

Location: Macae

Website: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/brazil-maca-macabedandbreakfast.html

 

Misti Chill Hostel and Pousada Paraty

Location: Paraty

Website: http://www.mistichill.com/

 

Recife Bed and Breakfast

Location: Recife

Website: http://www.recifebedandbreakfast.com/

 

Bed and Breakfast Leblon

Location: Rio de Janeiro

Website: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/brazil-rio-de-janeiro-bedandbreakfastleblon-page.html

 

Ipanema Bed and Breakfast

Location: Rio de Janeiro

Website: http://ipanemabedandbreakfast.com/

 

Chez Soi

Location: Sao Paulo

Website: http://www.bedandbreakfast.com/brazil-so-paulo.html

 

 

January Hotel of the Month: Copacabana Palace Hotel

Located right on the world famous Copacabana beach, the Copacabana Palace is one of the most prestigious hotel’s in all of Brazil. It became internationally known when Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers filmed a scene of Flying Down to Rio there, and ever since the hotel has always seen a flood of musicians, actors, business men, and politicians.

The palace has 243 rooms and suites. Each room is finely decorated with period furniture, original works of art, and a touch of elegance in every corner. Each room also features either a beautiful ocean view, gorgeous city view, or wonderful internal view of the prestigious hotel. The rooms are categorized as the following (pictures of each below): Superior City View Apartment, Luxury Ocean Front, Pool Suite, Penthouse Suite.


Accomodations can include:

  • King or Twin beds
  • Internet
  • Phone in room
  • Mini-bar
  • hairdryer
  • Makeup Mirror
  • Slippers
  • Traditional Brazilian Sandals (Havaianas)
  • Universal plugs
  • Clock radio
  • Cable Television
  • Air Conditioning

The palace also features two world class restaurants: The Hotel Cipriani Restaurant and the Pergola Restaurant. The Hotel Cipriani Restaurant is a vision of elegance that features fine Italian cuisine, both contemporary and modern. The Pergola Restaurant has delicious traditional Brazilian food and fresh seafood. There’s also a few bars that can be attended such as the Piano Bar and Bar do Copa.

Also available in the palace hotel is a spa that offers five treatment rooms: massage, fitness center, hair salon, sauna, steam room – plus two relaxation areas. Clients of the spa can also order from the Cipriani restaurant.

Rates at the hotel are very high – starting around $1,600 per night and going up. But, the experience of the hotel and it’s history and location right on the world famous beach may be worth it to some. It certainly contributes to the full Rio experience.