Belmond Copacabana Palace, Rio

This art deco abode is located on the famous Copacabana beach in the south of Rio de Janeiro. The glamorous landmark has been open since 1923 and has welcomed the rich and famous through its doors for years. The décor of the Belmond Copacabana Palace hotel is elegant and glamorous creating a sophisticated urban oasis. The atmosphere is tranquil and relaxing in contrast to the hustle and bustle of the Copacabana beach. There are 239 rooms and suites in this luxury hotel and a large array of amenities to keep you amused all week.


Situated 32km from Tom Jabim Airport you’ll arrive at this boutique hotel within 45 minutes in our private transfer. The hotel itself offers guests one of Rio’s largest and most attractive pools, a luxury beach service, tennis courts and boutiques where you can admire the stunning jewellery and clothes on offer. If you are looking to explore the famous Rio take a trip to the sugar loaf for a walking tour or ask the hotel to take you on a private tour of Rio and uncover the hidden gems of this colorful city with a tour tailored to your interests, or embark on an adventure to Pedra do Sal the birthplace of Samba, where you’ll be treated to refreshing beer and local food at Conciecao Hill before experiencing an authentic samba circle.


All suites conjure the elegance and glamor of a time when Marlene Dietrich and Orson Wells were guests of the hotel. They offer an indulgent refuge after a busy day and are all decorated in a unique style. The cream, yellow and beige colors offer a tranquil and welcoming environment. With views of either the pool, the gardens or the bustling city you’ll never want to leave this charming room.


The restaurants are known to be the best in Rio and they certainly live up to this title; the Cipriani offers exceptional Northern Italian cuisine with Chef Luca Orini’s vibrant menu combining the best Brazilin and Italian ingredients. Located in the heart of the hotel, the Chefs table is one of the most exclusive fine dining experiences in Rio; guests follow Chef Orini as he prepares an array of dishes inspired by the fresh ingredients of the day. If this doesn’t take you fancy head to Mee a Michelin star restaurant or the Copacabana piano bar to enjoy some jazz music and delicious aperitifs.