Hotels and More in Rio de Janeiro

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    Petit Rio Hotel, Rio de Janeiro
    9.0 Awesome 2,474 reviews
    Description Petit Rio Hotel is located in Rio de Janeiro’s South Zone, 2 blocks from Catete metro station and 2.1 mi from Sugarloaf Mountain. Complimentary breakfast is served daily.
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    "This is a new hotel, comfortable and clean rooms, very good breakfast included."

    Luis. Equatorial Guinea
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  • $41

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    55 RIO, Rio de Janeiro
    9.3 Awesome 1,741 reviews
    Description Offering a sun terrace and views of the city, 55 RIO is located in the trendy Lapa district in Rio de Janeiro, 656 feet from Santa Teresa.
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    "Location is just short walk from metro station. Service of staff is great and they are really helpful. They speak good English which is important as many Brazilians speak little or no English. Room is big and clean and interior design is good Lunch and breakfast are good too. My friends and i would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Rio."

    SL. Singapore
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  • $86

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    Ritz Copacabana Boutique Hotel, Rio de Janeiro
    9.0 Awesome 1,075 reviews
    Description Located in the Copacabana district in Rio de Janeiro, 262 feet from Copacabana Beach, Ritz Copacabana Boutique Hotel features an outdoor pool and views of the city. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
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    "Breakfast das Always amazing and they did not kick you out or bring the food in if you weren't done by the time breakfast was over, room service was always fast and amazing, stayed there two weeks."

    Pedro. United States of America
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    Best Western PREMIER Américas Fashion Hotel by Lenny Niemeyer, Rio de Janeiro
    9.2 Awesome 1,183 reviews
    Description Boasting an outdoor pool and a Spa Centre, Best Western Premier Américas Fashion Hotel offers sophisticated accommodations designed by the famous Brazilian stylist Lenny Niemeyer.
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    "Beautiful brand new hotel with great facilities - the room is wonderful with comfortbale bed and the shower is fantastic. The breakfast is excellent with variety of food and fresh juices. Location is..."

    Ed. Australia
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    Windsor Oceânico, Rio de Janeiro
    9.1 Awesome 3,690 reviews
    Description Offering an outdoor pool and views of the sea, Windsor Oceânico is located in the Barra da Tijuca district, 328 feet from the beach and 5 mi from Tijuca Forest National Park.
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    "Best value for Barra da Tijuca, in a great part of the neighborhood, almost in front of the beach, the room (1033) is huge and with perfect and very comfortable bed. Breakfast amazing. Definitely best cost/benefit in Barra."

    Pablo. Brazil
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    Windsor Marapendi, Rio de Janeiro
    9.1 Awesome 3,332 reviews
    Description Windsor Marapendi offers accommodations in Rio de Janeiro's lively Barra da Tijuca district.
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    "Really good breakfast. Good drinks in lobby bar. Reception staff friendly and professional."

    sharrief. United States of America
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Rio de Janeiro was highly rated for beaches by 1,083 guests from the United States! Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide

Sassy City of Samba

Home of samba, Brazil’s 2nd largest city is sassy, seductive and spectacular. The Rio Carnival is legendary the world over for outrageous costumes and infectious rhythms.

Host of the 2014 World Cup final in Maracanã stadium and the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics, Rio de Janeiro is forward-thinking. High rises line Ipanema beach and you can find dozens of rollerbladers on the promenades at any time.

The hottest spot is Copabacana, a great place to try biscoito globo, a typical Rio beach snack. Sip a caipirinha here while the sun sets over the bay and mountains – it's unforgettable, but the fun doesn't end there. Clubbing in Rio is fantastic and ranges from techno to traditional bossa nova. Bohemian beats can be found in Santa Teresa and Lapa, where trams pass over a double-arched viaduct.

Overlooking all this from Corcovado mountain is iconic Christ the Redeemer, welcoming the world to Rio with arms outstretched. Take a cable car up to this statue on the edge of lush Tijuca Park for incredible views. Accessed by cable car, Sugar Loaf Mountain is also not to be missed.

Rio de Janeiro Airport is well linked to the ‘ Marvelous City’, but traffic can be manic, so leave enough time to reach it from your Rio hotel, apartment or hostel booked through Booking.com.