Brazil World Cup Hotels

World Cup hotels are what a lot of soccer fans across the world have their sights set on for this summer. Of course, this translates to Brazil hotels, as Brazil is the 2014 World Cup host nation. No less than 12 different cities in Brazil are playing host to the World Cup matches, so this broadens the spectrum when it comes to deciding where to go and where to stay. Of course, the larger host cities have the largest hotel collections. Alas, hotels aren’t the only options when it comes to Brazil World Cup accommodations. The country boasts quite a number of vacation rentals, the likes of which include urban apartments and sunbathed beach houses. Regardless of your 2014 World Cup lodging preferences, you are encouraged to consider the World Cup travel packages that include accommodations. These can be very convenient and can save you quite a lot of time when planning your trip.

World Cup Hotels Rio de Janeiro

World Cup Hotels Rio de Janeiro
World Cup Hotels Rio de Janeiro

When searching for World Cup hotels, travelers basically have two different scenarios to select from. These scenarios include staying for the duration in just one city or searching for accommodations in more than one city and traveling around the country. Either way, Rio de Janeiro will figure on the majority of the planned itineraries. This has something to do with the fact that Rio’s famous Maracanã Stadium will be hosting more World Cup matches than any other stadium in the country and is where the final will be played. Rio is also Brazil’s most popular tourist destination, offering splendid beaches, lively nightlife, and so many other wonderful things. The Rio de Janeiro hotels are numerous and include the beach hotels in Copacabana and Ipanema. The hilltop neighborhood of Santa Teresa probably offers the most in the way of variety when it comes to the Rio de Janeiro hotels, and the Barra da Tijuca weighs in with the city’s newest and most modern hotels.

World Cup Hotels Sao Paulo

World Cup Hotels Sao Paulo
World Cup Hotels Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is Brazil’s largest city and the country’s main international gateway. Thus, many people who are searching for Brazil World Cup hotels will turn to this sizeable metropolis. Generally speaking, there are many excellent hotels in Sao Paulo that offer reasonable rates. Of course, these rates can be expected to rise come the World Cup. Many of the Sao Paulo hotels are situated in and around the city’s financial district and in the upscale shopping and restaurant district of Jardins. Worth noting is that Jardins is known as being an especially safe part of town. Apart-hotels that essentially combine the apartment rental experience with the hotel experience are popular in Sao Paulo and are worth considering for their convenient kitchen facilities and excellent rates. Other ideas for where to stay in Sao Paulo include the city’s lively Centro district and the quiet residential neighborhood of Higienopolis.

World Cup Hotels Recife

World Cup Hotels Recife
World Cup Hotels Recife

Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo are the most popular places to look for Brazil World Cup hotels. That being said, there are 10 other cities across the country that are hosting matches as well. Recife is one such city. Recife is located along the coast in northeast Brazil and is the center of a metropolitan area comprised of 13 different cities. Not necessarily a tourist hot spot in general, Recife has been chosen to host World Cup matches and will certainly get its fair share of visitors this summer. Plus, the city and the area combine to offer some very enticing strips of sand. The Recife beach neighborhood of Boa Viagem is home to a variety of hotels and can be a great place to stay when traveling to this part of the country. The city of Olinda also stands out in the region, as it offers some notably gorgeous pousadas to go with its high quality restaurants. The bus ride from Olinda to Recife is about 30 minutes. Taxis are another transportation option and are generally affordable.

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