Rio de Janeiro Beach Hotels

Rio de Janeiro beach hotels are found along a number of different Brazil beaches in the area. Throughout Rio, famous Copacabana, Leblon, Ipanema, Botafogo, Barra da Tijuca and Sao Conrado are all boroughs offering myriad lodging options and plenty of attractions and things to do. From extravagant and expensive to simple and affordable, travelers will find that there is a wide range of hotels that appeal to all tastes and budgets. Once you've decided what level of beach accommodation in Rio you'll need for a successful holiday the only decision left to make is which beach to stay on.

Christ the Redeemer, easily seen from famous Copacabana beach, is a distinguishable reminder of all the beautiful architectural designs and wonderful attractions there are to see and visit throughout the area. In the historic area of Flamengo in Copcabana, only minutes from the ocean, is the Gloria Hotel Rio. The hotel is an Art Deco benchmark in the area completely updated to modern standards on the inside. By opting for beach accommodation in Rio at the Gloria Hotel you'll be pleased to have access to many onsite services and facilities like a barber and hairstylist, laundry and dry cleaning services, a health spa and massage facility, a health club, outdoor pool and even a tennis court. More value for your money is definitely the highlight at the Gloria Hotel, one of the best equipped three star Rio beach hotels in a lovely area full of history.

Rio de Janeiro beach hotels in the more traditional Botofogo neighborhood present an opportunity to experience Rio away from the frenzy of tourists in more popular areas like Copacabana and Ipanema. Rio beach hotels in this borough, which is defined by an undulating cove and sandy shoreline, also afford the easiest access to some of Rio's best shopping. Named after one of the first residents of the area, João Pereira de Souza Botafogo, beach accommodation in Rio throughout Botofogo can be a little more expensive but worth the extra bit for a privileged view of Guanabara Bay and Sugarloaf Mountain. There is also a running path and bicycle trail that joins the area to Copacabana. Rio de Janeiro Beach hotels in Botofogo also offer a terrific location for those who enjoy cultural events, many of which happen exclusively in this neighborhood. With an excellent fresh food market and a number of great bars and restaurants to choose from, Botofogo is one of the less popular areas for those seeking Rio beach hotels, yet offers many extras not found throughout the more frequented beaches.

The Palladium Hotel in the Leblon Beach area is one of the most popular and best three star Rio de Janeiro beach hotels. This is one of the better Ro beach hotels in Leblon offering terrific value and plenty of great amenities in a terrific location. Convenient to the golden sand beach, excellent for sightseeing and full of helpful and accommodating staff, the palladium is a well-planned out hotel. With only half a block separating the hotel from the beach, transportation by foot is simple. The hotel is also only steps from fantastic shopping and a variety of restaurants and lively bars. Inside, beach accommodation at the Palladium Hotel is spacious, clean and well designed.

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most exciting and eclectic places to visit in Brazil. Both well-traveled individuals as well as novice adventurers will appreciate the incredible amount of things the city has going for it. An excursion up to Sugar Loaf Mountain is, without a doubt, the best way to see the breadth of Rio where an amazing panorama of both Guanabara Bay and famous Rio de Janeiro awaits.

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