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We were only here for one night. It was included in our trip so I can't comment on the expenses. We had a gorgeous room, very clean and quiet. The staff was very polite and helpful. They directed us to a nice souvenir shop around...More
From the very first second of arrival you can feel the aura and top service of the hospitality. Hotel is beautiful, rooms are spacious and staff is very friendly and willing to help and make your stay as enjoyable as could be. Absolutely one of...More
After three weeks traveling thru Bahia, we landed in Rio and treated ourselves to this luxury hotel. The accommodation, ambiance, service and food were outstanding. David who manages the food services at the hotel took excellent care of our family (we were traveling with three...More
Built in 1923 The Copacabana Palace is art deco at its best with high ceilings, wide corridors and fittings to match. We had two days in a large room overlooking the beach. The room was superb, serviced to a very high standard twice a day...More
For my wife’s 40th birthday we stayed at this magnificent hotel for the weekend.
We were greeted by wonderful staff all over the hotel and were blown away on their level of service - they go away and beyond the call of duty.
The rowdy Copacabana is one of the most traditional and old areas from Rio de Janeiro. This neighbourhood is a blend of Brazilian soul - crowded, rowdy and traditional. This neighbourhood has a bit of everything: bars with music, pubs, street fairs, chaotic streets, and many shops. All these things and more live side-by-side. There are options for all price points and tastes. However, the most powerful
draw in Copacabana is still the fantastic view of the coast and the incredible beaches.
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You have to walk across the street, but there are crossing lights and it's super easy. Also, once on the beach, there is a section for hotel guests so you don't have to rent a chair and you can give them your... More
You have to walk across the street, but there are crossing lights and it's super easy. Also, once on the beach, there is a section for hotel guests so you don't have to rent a chair and you can give them your bag to watch if you want to go in the ocean. They'll just want your room number and maybe ask to see your room key (swipe card).