Copacabana Palace Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rio de Janeiro
Richard's main preoccupation all morning was trying to find a tv channel or a pub that would show the England v Wales match. Extremely frustrating morning asking the Hotel on its channels, discovering that none of the Irish/English pubs seemed to be open until the evening and then as the match started finding that the internet was dodgy and I …
A day of chilling out and doing very little Had a leisurely breakfast for once and then spent the morning on Copacabana Beach in the hotel's private area, which was quite nice as they had proper beds and a constant supply of chilled water and fruit. Richard sucked his stomach in and puffed his chest out and walked up the Copacabana beach to see the …
Uneventful quite short ( 4 hour ) flight to Rio where we arrived at 6 am. Met by our guide, Marcelo and whisked to the Hotel in 30 minutes. The first emotion was that it was nice to be back in a first world city, at sea level and in the warmth - after some quite wet and cool days in Quito. The Copacabana Beach ( or Palace to give it it's proper …
Flight to Rio
6 days into our trip and we had an amazing opportunity to swap guesthouse with a stay in a truly iconic super luxury hotel in Rio - the famous Copacabana Palace - thanks a million to Padraig and Caitriona for the amazing wedding present!!!
With backpacks on back, Jono worked wonders at the check in desk, telling our new found friend …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center