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  • 21
    Porto Bay Rio Internacional Hotel

    Porto Bay Rio Internacional Hotel

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    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend
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  • 22
    Hotel Praia Ipanema

    Hotel Praia Ipanema

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    Good! - 77% of guests recommend
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    Golden Tulip Ipanema Plaza Hotel

    Golden Tulip Ipanema Plaza Hotel

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    Fair - 72% of guests recommend
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    Hostel New Ipanema

    Hostel New Ipanema

    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Hostel New Ipanema is in the hostel heartland of Ipanema on Rua Barao da Torre, close to a number of trendy coffee spots and snack bars. The rooms are not too big so don't expect a luxurious stay, but the hostel certainly does have a bit of character and lively staff members who will be happy to tell you tales ...

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    Bamboo Rio Hostel

    Bamboo Rio Hostel

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    Excellent location, a couple of blocks north of Copacabana Beach. Plenty of nice restaurants and cheap eats in the immediate area. Newly installed AC units in all the rooms, which makes a big difference in Rio. The rooms themselves are quite small and the maintenance is fairly poor, that's the downside. Oh and the lady who hands out your breakfast ...

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    Royal Tulip Rio de Janeiro

    Royal Tulip Rio de Janeiro

    1 review
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    beautiful for vacances good people there en good food and amazing citi

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    Alex Rio Flats

    Alex Rio Flats

    1 review

    They rent apartments and flats in Rio. All the apartments have a great location (in zona sul), clean place, really friendly people, really nice service. A really good option in Rio as hotels are overrated. http://www.alexrioflats.com/

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    El Misti Hostel Botafogo - Rio de Janeiro

    El Misti Hostel Botafogo - Rio de Janeiro

    1 review

    Best place to stay in Rio.. Loved the people and miss it like a second home!!

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    Discovery Hostel Rio

    Discovery Hostel Rio

    1 review

    Awesome new place with a friendly staff, shiny clean residencies and cool vibe

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  • 30
    Apartamentos Livre

    Apartamentos Livre

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    So, accommodation costs can be the most expensive part of your stay in Rio De Janeiro. Interestingly, more and more people are looking to take on apartments for varying lengths of time whether it be a couple of days or more than one month. They can also be very difficult to find and you are never quite sure if you ...

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    Baron Garden

    Baron Garden

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    Lovely hostel with chilled out homely vibe. Nice neighbourhood.

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  • 32
    Hotel Debret

    Hotel Debret

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    Mediocre - 64% of guests recommend

    great location and dining rom at the top great views of beach and sugar loaf spent new year here and had fabulous dinner before joining the revals outside

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    Casa Caminho do corcovado

    Casa Caminho do corcovado

    1 review
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    The best bed and breakfast from Rio!

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    Ipanema Vieira Souto 510 Residence Service
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  • 35
    Castelo Bed & Breakfast
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  • 36
    Rio Nature Hostel

    Rio Nature Hostel

    1 review
    Mediocre - 59% of guests recommend
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  • 37
    Tuakaza

    Tuakaza

    1 review

    The former home of one of Rio's most famous architects, Zanine Caldas, Tuakaza is feels like a tropical tree-house set high up in the Tijuca Forest, with magnificent views over Pedra da Gavea. The owner, Matteo, offers great local insight, with friends stopping in for sunset drinks by the natural swimming pools.

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    Pestana Rio Atlantica

    Pestana Rio Atlantica

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    1 review
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend
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    Arpoador Inn

    Arpoador Inn

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    1 review
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    great location right on beach front food and service good

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    Caesar Park Rio De Janeiro Ipanema

    Caesar Park Rio De Janeiro Ipanema

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    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    This is one of THE best hotels located right 'on' Ipanema beach. The location could not be better. Hotel itself is very nice, rooms are of a high-standard but expect to pay relatively high rate $300+/night. They have a rooftop pool and restaurant which is one of the hottest spots for Sunday-brunch. Book ahead, it's almost always hard to get ...

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Rio de Janeiro Hotel Insider
Hot, colorful, and rich with culture, Rio de Janeiro (or “Rio” for short) is one of the world’s most exciting and sought-after destinations in the Southern Hemisphere. With its many beaches, Copacabana, Carnival celebration, the world-famous Christ the Redeemer statue, and not to mention a warm, tropical climate, Rio draws visitors from all over the world seeking rest, relaxation, and a whole lot of partying. With over 1,500 hotels ranging from backpacker hostels to opulent 5-star resorts, Rio is always ready to accommodate and show you a good time.

Hotels in Rio de Janeiro
If you’re seeking trusted brands like Sheraton, Marriott, Hilton, or Grand Hyatt, they’re all here, and they’re all equipped with the first-rate service and amenities you’d expect. But for a more local experience, try some of Rio’s other excellent luxury choices. Most popular is the classic and historic Copacabana Palace, where the likes of Janis Joplin and Marilyn Monroe have walked the halls. Set right on the most popular beach in town and appropriately lavish, the Copacabana will welcome you with a smile, hospitality -- and chocolate truffles. Other great options include the chic and trendy Fasano Hotel, and Hotel Santa Teresa, a tropical Bohemian accommodation built on a former coffee plantation.

There is a wealth of trendy hotels in Rio de Janeiro as well, often incorporating the hottest parts of town for vibrant nightlife and culture. The Caesar Park Rio and Marina Palace Hotel (with a superb restaurant that serves top-notch cuisine and wine until midnight) are both near the uber popular Ipanema and Leblon beaches. Likewise, the Golden Tulip, set in the heart of Rio’s south zone, is convenient to Ipanema and Copacabana.

The city is also a hotspot for backpackers, students, and youth on a budget. With plenty of hostels and guesthouses, it can be hard to decide: try Ipanema Inn or the Beach House; both will provide a front door to the hippest part of town at a budget price. Che Lagarto Copacabana is the largest hostel in the city, with a rooftop bar and jacuzzi; while the Mango Tree, though firmly in the center of all the Ipanema flashiness, offers a mellow vibe and plenty of “chillout” space.

Attractions & Environs
Sun, sand, and surf: Rio’s best attractions are free, with its miles of beaches, warm tropical sunshine, waving palm trees, and “wicked waves.” But the city is also rich with history, culture, and plenty of non-beach-related nightlife, as well. Trek up Corcovado Mountain to touch Christ the Redeemer and enjoy spectacular aerial views of the city. Take a funicular up Sugar Loaf Mountain and buy coconuts and cocktails as you take in Guanabara Bay (make sure it’s a clear day, or the view will be nonexistent). And if you’re in Rio in February or March, you may just get the chance to join Carnival, the biggest all-night celebration in the world, packed with sequin-costumed samba-dancing locals and visitors alike.

If you need to take it down a few notches, join the locals at the botanical garden or Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, where you can bike, stroll, or picnic by the lagoon’s waters. And don’t miss the Carioca Aqueduct, constructed in the mid-18th century. While the many hip, trendy beach hotels are convenient to all of these attractions, the colonial style Casa Beleza inn is hidden away in beautiful Santa Teresa, a trade-in of beach views for culture and value.
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