Hotels in Brazil

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Opened in March 2008 by Jessy Greenhut and her husband Tsachi, the two named the property after the huge almond tree that shades its beachfront lounge.... Read More

Nilo Burgarelli opened the lodge in 2000. The 16-cabana garden retreat is set in a lush jungle garden (the sunrise bird chorus is impressive), guest... Read More

Songbird Gal Costa’s vacation house—designed by architect Ricardo Salem—became a hotel in 1998. Now a member of Relais & Châ... Read More

Etnia means “ethnicity,” and the stylish rooms (Moroccan, Goan, Japanese, African tribal) in this eight-villa resort underline the theme.... Read More

The two-story, secluded tree-house property is made entirely from Brazilian noble wood. Owner Ana Maria Pineiro decorated the 17 airy, rustic suites... Read More

Offering the possibility of short-term rental of the entire house, the villa is perfect for small groups of up to 13 people seeking privacy, ... Read More

Formerly Portinari Design Hotel Read More

Just a two-hour drive from Rio's crowded beach scene is the town of Buzios, a jet-set destination that still maintains glimpses of its sleepy past. And... Read More

After just completing a two-year, $50 million renovation of all 538 guestrooms, the lobby, and fitness center, Rio's Sheraton is now a well-appointed... Read More

A top pick for business travelers, the Sofitel sits right on the famed Copacabana Beach. Its 388 rooms all have balconies, many with views of the nearby... Read More

The landmark French Riviera-style palace dates back to 1923, with a modern, all-suite annex that overlooks one of the world's most famous stretches of... Read More

Boutique property on Leblon Beach, located within walking distance of some of the city's best restaurants. Read More

Six of the nine guest cottages at this boutique hotel—pronounced oo-SHOO-ahh—in Trancoso, Brazil, are scattered around a garden shaded by... Read More

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