4.7 Copacabana Palace Rio

Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio de Janeiro

New York Times

“A piece of Old World elegance amid the allure — and menace — of Copacabana Beach, the Palace, with 232 rooms, completed an extensive renovation late 2012. It promotes itself as a modern property that still conjures the glamour of the days when Marlene Dietrich and Orson Welles were guests.”

$ 323 $ 323 $ 323 $ 323
4.0 Novotel Copacabana Rio

Novotel Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro


“It’s a high-volume beach hotel two short blocks from Leme, the least-known beach of the Zona Sul. But the view from its rooftop pool rivals anything the five-stars have, and its complimentary breakfasts are well-stocked. Rooms are distinctly modest.”

$ 91 $ 91 $ 91 $ 91
4.1 Hotel Novo Mundo Rio

Hotel Novo Mundo, Rio de Janeiro


“Built in 1950, this three-star hotel has been a favorite of Brazilians over the years for its prices, views and proximity to Santos Dumont airport, the terminal for domestic flights.”

$ 66 $ 66 $ 66 $ 66
4.7 Rio Panoramic B&B

Bed & Breakfast Rio Panoramic, Rio de Janeiro


“Perched on a hill overlooking Botafogo Bay in the artistic and quaint Santa Teresa neighborhood, the Rio Panoramic B&B gives you a view of the city below and a vista of islands and Sugarloaf lining the bay.”

$ 88 $ 88 $ 88 $ 88
4.1 Mar Ipanema Hotel

Mar Ipanema Hotel, Rio de Janeiro


“This stylish boutique hotel has a primo locale, just five minutes from Ipanema Beach and a few blocks from the Rodrigo Freitas Lagoon. The hippest beach hangouts are minutes away, as are a host of the city’s most happening boutiques, restaurants and bars in one of the safest neighborhoods in Rio.”

$ 133 $ 133 $ 133 $ 133
4.4 PortoBay Hotel Rio

Hotel PortoBay Internacional, Rio de Janeiro


“The Porto Bay Rio gives you a resort-style experience in the heart of beachfront row Avenida Atlantica. The modern, upscale facility pulls out all the stops, from luxurious rooms to fine dining and views up and down the world’s most famous beach.”

$ 165 $ 165 $ 165 $ 165
4.7 Mama Ruisa Hotel Rio

Mama Ruisa Boutique Hotel, Rio de Janeiro

New York Times

“Seven rooms in a 19th-century mansion in the hilltop neighborhood of Santa Teresa give Mama Ruisa a more intimate feel than its bigger neighbor, the Santa Teresa Hotel. Mama Ruisa’s draws include eclectic décor, an elegant outdoor breakfast (around 50 reais), a garden pool and views of Guanabara Bay.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Rio de Janeiro.

$ 139 $ 139 $ 139 $ 139
4.6 Miramar Rio de Janeiro Hotel

Miramar Hotel by Windsor, Rio de Janeiro

New York Times

“Winner of a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for 2015, the Miramar has a prime Copacabana beachfront location, walking distance from Ipanema Beach and the subway to get downtown. Though the less expensive rooms don’t face the beach, anyone can take in a panoramic view of Copacabana, including a glimpse of Sugarloaf Mountain, from the rooftop pool and bar.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Rio de Janeiro.

$ 193 $ 193 $ 193 $ 193