Destinations in Brazil

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Brazil

— Fortaleza, Brazil

(Rated 9.8, 106 reviews)
Located in Uruau, Castelo Pink Boutique Hotel offers 4-star accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a bar. Among the facilities of ...

— Fortaleza, Brazil

(Rated 9.6, 426 reviews)
One of our best sellers in Cumbuco! Located in Cumbuco and with Barragem da Lagamar reachable within 15 miles, Xainã Pousada de Charme has a garden, ...

— Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

(Rated 9.5, 138 reviews)
One of our top picks in Rio de Janeiro.Nature Paradise Hotel is set on a mansion from the 60’s and features beautiful landscape views, a tropical ga ...

— Sao Paulo, Brazil

(Rated 9.4, 289 reviews)
Hotel Emiliano is an impressive design hotel is located on São Paulo’s ultra-stylish Oscar Freire Street. It has its own helipad, a spa and a chic ...

— Salvador, Brazil

(Rated 9.4, 172 reviews)
One of our top picks in Salvador.The Aram Yami Hotel Boutique, with only 6 exclusive suites, is set in a Baroque-style building from the 19th century, ...

— Sao Paulo, Brazil

(Rated 9.4, 1 reviews)
One of our top picks in Sao Paulo – and a guest favourite. Palácio Tangará - an Oetker Collection Hotel is built in the surroundings of the highly ...

— Sao Paulo, Brazil

(Rated 9.4, 103 reviews)
One of our top picks in Sao Paulo – and a guest favourite. Boasting an indoor pool and a fitness centre, Hotel Fasano São Paulo offers 5-star accom ...

Brazil - The Land Of Contrast

Sip on Caipirinhas in the sunshine and kick a football around with the local favela kids on a golden beach that stretches for miles. If the time is right you may also find yourself immersed in a carnival festival - complete with parade floats, flamboyant costumes and samba music and dance. Brazil is incredibly diverse, not only with its contrasting landscapes, but its culture and population, embracing people of all shapes and sizes. Infamous attractions like Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ The Redeemer need no introduction, but explore Brazil further and you’ll find countless other hidden gems. You can literally feel the rhythm in the air in Rio de Janeiro, one of the world's most vibrant and exciting cities, with an energetic nightlife that never quits. Or you might choose to investigate the lush green rainforests of the Amazon. This vast and eclectic landscape has a long history of hosting explorers, naturalists and tourists alike.

Travel Brazil

Be Part Of The Non-Stop NightLife In São Paulo

Home to 20 million paulistanos, São Paulo is the kind of city you’ll never want to leave. First there’s the city’s art house and experimental cinemas, which are too many too count, or if you’re a lover of food and fine dining, check out the amazing bistros and gourmet restaurants this city has to offer. If you’re all about the nightlife, there are plenty of adventures to be had in the clubbing scene, complete with underground bars and pumping “baladas” (clubs).

Ascend The Pão de Açúcar And Admire The View

Climb the peak of Pão de Açúcar and experience the stunning beauty of Rio from above. Sitting 395m above the city, explorers can reach the summit via two cable cars. Once you reach the top you’ll be greeted with mind blowing views of the majestic Christ the Redeemer to the west, and the glorious Copacabana Beach to the south.

Experience The Diversity And Vibrance Of Copacabana Beach

The 4 km stretch of Copacabana beach is bursting with activity and excitement. You’ll see gloriously tanned locals playing beach football and lining up for Caipirinhas (Brazil's national cocktail) to cool off from the blazing hot sun. The beach is also home to people and cultures of all shapes and sizes. The rainbow flag flies high in an area known as the “stock market” where the LGBTQ community are free to express themselves. Then you have the area of Leme, which is more peaceful and home to a mix of older residents and kids from the favelas nearby.

Tips and Travel Information for Brazil

Language in Brazil

Contrary to popular belief, Spanish is not the primary language spoken in Brazil, it’s actually Portuguese. If you want to impress the locals take the time to learn a few portuguese expressions and phrases.

Getting Around

Brazil has a number of extensive air and bus networks. The major domestic airlines of Brazil are Latam, Gol, Azul and Avianca. Busing is also a convenient way to get around, with “Itapemirim” and Cometa” being two of the most popular bus companies. You can also find a national database of bus times and routes on the “BuscaOnibus” and “ClickBus” websites.

Best Times To Visit Brazil

Peak Season (Dec - Mar) Moderate (Apr & Oct) Quiet Season (May - Sep) Brazil’s peak tourist season comes at the same time as the northern hemisphere winter. During this time it’s hot and festive, so expect price rises and limited stays in hotels. The quietest time in Brazil is between May and September. Other than that, July and September are great times to see the Amazon or Pantanal regions.

Find Boutique Hotels In Brazil

Stay somewhere just as vibrant as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Brazil.