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About Brazil

No other country has Brazil's vibrancy. There's so much life in the landscape and that feeds through into the passionate reputation of Brazilians, who then infect the architecture, art and way of living with their energy. This is South America's largest and most varied country, with tropical rainforests, white sandy beaches, beautifully dilapidating colonial towns, mega cities with their sprawling favelas, the Amazon river and a vast wealth of wildlife. And, of course, this country’s joie de vivre and its life and variety feed through into the best places to stay in Brazil.

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There are many ways to experience Brazil. On many budgets. You might find yourself being whipped into a frenzy during Rio de Janeiro's Carnival, trying out the bossa nova cafés of Santa Teresa, hiking up to meet Cristo Redentor for one of the world's most spectacular views, or sunning yourself with the beautiful Brazilians on the caipirinha-soaked beaches of Ipanema and Copacobana.

Or you might find yourself shopping for fashion in São Paulo, a global city of epic proportions and Brazil’s cultural capital. With 20 million inhabitants, some rich, some very poor and lots of foreigners, São Paulo has a landscape to match this cultural diversity. As well as culture and shopping, São Paulo is also known for its nightlife.

If you want to come to Brazil for a beach break, try Santa Catarina. Or Bahia, with its sunshine, white sandy beaches, coconut palms and bright blue water. Salvador de Bahia was Brazil's first capital, and the ancient mix of cultures - coming from Europe, Africa and the Americas - which gathered here still shows. Or consider Paraty, a gem hidden just west of Rio. A colonial town surrounded by untouched beaches, jungle and natural parks. This is a great place for snorkelling, fishing and just relaxing. Or Búzios, that stunning hippy favourite east of Rio turned luxurious topical hideaway.

If it’s adventure you seek then the national parks and incredible landscapes of Minas Gerais make for a wonderful backdrop. Or head for the wilds of Amazonas

What not to Miss

  • Cristo Redentor (aka Christ the Redeemer) is one of Rio's most famous inhabitants, standing atop Corcovado, arms outstretched, looking out over the whole city. You can take the train up to the Parque Nacional da Tijuca to share his view, or you can hike, but it's a long way up.
  • Rocky Pão de Açúcar is another of Rio's high points - this peak is best reached by cable car but you're also able to have a go at the virtually sheer rock face if you're here for an adventure.
  • Carless, colonial Ilha de Paquetá, in the bay is a great place for an escape, as is the Jardim Botanico - filled with a beautiful display of tropical plants and trees.
  • The Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB), set in a glorious Art Deco building, houses a wide variety of cultural exhibits as well as three theatres, libraries and a cinema. A great place to pass a few hours.
  • Then there’s Copacobana and Ipanema beaches.
  • If you’re in São Paulo don’t miss the incredible markets and a stroll along the Rua Oscar Freire and Paulista Avenue on a Sunday.
  • You also need to taste widely of what this city has to offer, it’s a fairly uncontested fact that São Paulo has some of the world’s best restaurants.
  • You might also visit the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Museum Arfo Brasil in the beautiful Ibirapuera Park. The Pinacoteca do Estado de Sao Paulo is the city's oldest art museum housing a wide variety of visual arts exhibitions and specialising in works from Brazil's most famous artists.
  • Salvador da Bahia is Brazil's most African influenced city - you taste it in the food, see it in the traditions and hear it in the music. The city is often in festive spirit, with music and parties celebrating one thing or another spreading out onto the colonial streets which has wonderful 17th and 18th Century architecture.
  • Porto Seguro in Bahia is where the Portuguese first landed and it is the colourful history of this town, along with its reputation for fun, that draws many visitors here. The small historic centre is where you'll find all the old colonial houses.
  • You should also get out of the cities and into the lush interior. The Chapada Diamantina National Park, 375,000 acres of tropical forest covering mountains and concealing waterfalls, natural swimming pools and caves. There's even a waterfall so high (380m) that the water never actually hits the ground - it vaporises in the wind. You can camp in the park but there are also plenty of more luxurious accommodation options. And then of course there’s the state of Amazonas, which has the Amazon Rainforest, Anavilhanas and to the Jaú National Park.
  • Brazil also has the Iguaçu Falls and the world’s largest wetlands, the Pantanal.
  • And onto the fantastic coast! In the right seasons important whale watching and sea turtle preservation goes on - these can be truly astonishing natural events.
  • Jericoacoara is hard to get to, you have to traverse unpaved roads through sand dunes, but it is so worth it when you arrive. It’s stunning. This level of beach + lagoon + sand dunes beauty is usually reserved for tropical islands, but this definitely classes as paradise. Plus there are excellent pousadas and restaurants and proper South American nightlife.

In Rio de Janeiro

  • Right on Ipanema Beach, Fasano is a Philippe Starck-designed retro-chic paradise with fifties and sixties furniture and spacious airy bedrooms - many with two double beds placed to maximise ocean views. Staff even wear vintage uniforms! There's a rooftop pool and bar to retreat to when you've had enough of the beach.
  • Featured in songs, films and books, the Copacabana Palace is an iconic place to stay in Rio. There's all-out marble and chandelier bedecked grandeur in public areas, so the feeling is traditionally luxurious. The beachfront rooms are the best with their terraces. The pool, bar and restaurants are quite something.
  • The Ipanema Penthouse is a three bedroom apartment with chic, all white bedrooms with private balconies, a rooftop pool and fantastic panoramic views of the city.
  • Casa do Amarelindo is great for a city break in Bahia. In the bustling heart of the pretty Pelourinho district, it offers a quiet spot, a roof terrace, fantastic views. Just ten rooms, with no guests under 14 accepted, this is a grown up, intimate hotel.

In São Paulo

  • Emiliano is an extremely cool luxury hotel, chic designer suites with private butlers, complimentary massages and some have private pools. Gourmet Italian restaurant, beautiful spa, helipad for those who fly straight in!
  • The Tivoli Sao Paulo - Mofarrej is a luxury boutique hotel to the hilt! Minimalist with all the mod. cons., and bags of individuality. There's a fabulous French restaurant, a Banyan Tree Spa and a roof top terrace with pool. It's surprisingly family friendly as well.
  • The Hotel Unique is a five star designer boutique hotel in the shape of a ship. Suites are decorated in minimal muted tones and plenty of style, there's a wonderful roof top terrace, a pool with views and a gourmet fusion restaurant.

For a Beach Break

  • Rio Atlantica is a large hotel on the beach at Copacabana. Rooms and suites are modern and luxurious and some of them also have spectacular views.
  • Just down from São Paulo, Vida Sol E Mar is a beautiful, eco-friendly beach resort. The location is idyllic and the resort makes the most of the view with as many floor to ceiling windows as possible.
  • The Ponta dos Ganchos is also just below São Paulo another dreamy beach paradise, this time with enormous luxury cabanas with private pools, balconies and hot tubs.
  • Uxua Casa Hotel in Trancoso is perfect if you're planning a luxurious beach break. Its ten 'cases', or wooded villa huts, are surrounded by a luscious, shady garden and you're just a short stroll from the beach.
  • Txai Resort ion the Coconut Coast is best for the eco-conscious. Slightly undeveloped and colourful with just the right blend of rustic and comfort, these 40 rooms and bungalows are perfect for a tropical escape. You're right on the beach, but with access to plenty of resort style facilities.
  • Insolito, tucked away on the side of the Búzios peninsula, is a sleek, minimalist hotel with an excellent fusion restaurant and amazing sea views.

To Escape

  • The Cachoiera Inn is two hours from the capital, in the buzzing resort of Búzios, the St Tropez of Brazil. Cachoeira means waterfall in Portuguese and there are nine here as well as pools and a swim-up bar. There's a multilevel reef just off the coast, so this is a great place for divers and snorkelers - this is a great spot for meeting local turtles. Can you resist lying in a hammock under a palm tree sipping a caipirinha? Absolutely not.
  • Pousada Picinguaba is by a secluded bay with a white sandy beach. Its chic, all white rooms have wooden floors and four poster beds. Great for meeting the local wildlife, also great for romance.
  • Fazenda da Lagoa is a secluded eco-retreat on the Coconut Coast with just fourteen cabanas. Here you'll find peace and quiet amongst the coconut groves, personalised spa treatments and a total pampering service.

For An Adventure

  • Casa Cairucu in Paraty is a a gorgeous eco lodge with views over crystal blue water. A smart wooden structure on stilts with just four rooms and floor to ceiling glass windows. This is the perfect spot for families or groups of friends who want the outdoors in all its greatness.
  • Also in Paraty, though this time in the town itself, Casa Turquesa is a charming colonial house with three romantic bedrooms filled with artefacts and paintings.
  • Fazenda Catucaba is a glorious farmhouse set in a luscious green valley with chic boutique rooms and suites, log fires and fresh local produce prepared by fantastic chefs.
  • Fazenda São Francisco do Corumbau is best for whale watching. On a private stretch of quiet beach, there are excellent amenities for scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing and other water sports. There are just ten private bungalows scattered amongst the palm trees and it's all very family friendly.
  • The Etnia Pousada and Boutique in Trancoso has eight rustic, individually styled bungalows just a few minutes walk from the beach.
  • The Cachoeira Inn, a favourite of Brigitte Bardot, is a slightly quirky hotel set in a tropical forest. Its wooden structure on stilts fuses Asian and Brazilian architecture and you'll find art from all over the world, nine waterfalls and two private beaches.
  • The Reserva do Ibitipoca is a stunning lodge in a Natural Park with beautiful boutique rooms and gardens and terraces that let you soak in your surroundings. There's also an Ayurvedic spa and riding safaris on offer.
  • Solar da Ponte is a charming colonial house on a cobbled street in the village of Tridentes with old world rooms and suites, four poster beds and bags of character.

Hip and Happening

  • The Santa Teresa Hotel is hipness HQ in Rio's Santa Teresa serving up luxury boho chic. The loft suite is the ultimate, but the verandah rooms are also excellent. The restaurant serves acclaimed Brazilian-French gastronomy by French chef Damien Montecer.
  • São Paulo's Hotel Unique is a boutique designer-chic hotel designed in the shape of a ship. The rooftop terrace, extensive spa and gourmet fusion restaurants are hip places to be seen.
  • Luxurious and modern, the Fasano Hotel is another competitor for São Paulo's hippest hotel. As well as a rooftop health club, a top of the range spa and multiple restaurants, the Fasano also has a jazz club.
  • Emiliano might just possibly be cooler though? Luxury all the way - including private butlers and complimentary massages, this hotel is so cool it doesn't even need to try too hard. Understated to the point of being a work of art.
  • Close to one of Salvador's best beaches, Hotel Cocoon & Lounge is a funky, spaceship-like hotel building - it's very 60s, in a futuristic, cool way.

For Great Value

  • Castelinho38 is a cheerful hotel in Rio's bohemian quarter, Santa Teresa. Rooms are large and colourful - some with sea views and there's a lovely breakfast terrace and garden. The seven rooms start from £67 per night. This is also one of the best places in Rio for families.
  • Quinta Azul is a good value boutique pousada in the quiet hills of Santa Terese. The house itself is over 120 years old with thirteen comfortable rooms, close to restaurants and galleries and just ten minutes from the beach. Room rates start from £87 per night.
  • Ilha de Toque Toque in São Sebastião is a collection of contemporary chic suites with beautiful bay views. Enjoy the view from a hammock on your private deck All starting from just £69 per night.
  • Abracadabra offers perfect sea views over the bay of Búzios, with rustic chic rooms, a lovely pool and a fantastic seafood restaurant.

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  • Pousada Capitù 15 rooms from £41

    Imbassaí, Bahia

    Pousada Capitù features 14 individual beachfront cottages in Afro-Brazilian style on the coast of Imbassai. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast in the tropical garden each morning before heading to the beach, relaxing by the pool or taking in the surrounding nature. A charming and low-key stay.

    Fishing  -  Relax and enjoy some fishing in the afternoon sun, take a picnic
    Hideaway  -  Forget about all your worries at this tranquil and idyllic spot
    Kayaking  -  Canoeing is available.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Check prices
  • Hotel Canto Das Aguas 44 rooms from £52

    Bahia

    A rustic hotel in the town of Lincois. Charming colourful rooms and suites have stone floors, wooden beams, and splashes of art. Lovely gardens, large pool, and lots of nooks and crannies to explore. Ideal for families and those on a budget.

    Value chic
    Kids Club  -  Fully staffed.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Check prices

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  • Castelinho38 12 rooms from £55

    Rio de Janeiro (Santa Teresa)

    A cheerful hotel in Rio's Bohemian Quarter, Santa Teresa. Large colourful rooms, suites, and triples, with sea views. Lovely breakfast terrace and garden. Excellent value, idea for families on a budget.

    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  Santa Theresa is Rio's bohemian quarter, Carioca Aqueduct, Museu da Chácara do Céu.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Surfing  -  Suitable beaches nearby.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
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  • The Villa 11 rooms from £48

    Rio de Janeiro (Santa Teresa)

    Excellent hotel in the hill-towns of Rio, overlooking the city and the Atlantic. The hotel's highlights include stylish rooms, a rooftop pool and stunning views of the Corcovado Christ Statue, Sugar Loaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay. Superb value for money.

    Local exploring  -  Just a short way from the centre of Rio, it's perfect for exploring the historic city.
    Value chic  -  Stylish accommodation at a very reasonable price.
    Surfing  -  The beaches surrounding Rio are hotspots for surfing.
    Sights nearby  -  Less than two miles from Christ the Redeemer.
    Check prices

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  • Porto Pacuíba Hotel 28 rooms from £139

    São Paulo (Viana)

    This property is located a minute from Viana Beach on the scenic island of Ilhabela. It offers recently refurbished and spacious rooms, indoor and outdoor pools and 2 hot tubs. Wake up and head to the beach before a massage and an evening meal at the restaurant. A tranquil, scenic and friendly stay.

    Surfing  -  With beautiful weather and great waves Ilhabela is a top surfing destination
    Great walks  -  There are plenty of great hikes all over the island for you to check out
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor and outdoor pools
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Tivoli Sao Paulo - Mofarrej 95 rooms from £146

    São Paulo (Cerqueira César)

    A Five Star boutique with flair. Luxury rooms and suites in minimal design with all the mod cons. Fantastic French restaurant, Banyan Tree spa, gorgeous roof top terrace and pool. A hotel with the wow factor. Family friendly, romantic, and gourmet.

    Spa breaks
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
    City Style
    Sights nearby  -  Parque Trianon, Planetarium and Teatro Municipal.
    Check prices

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  • La Villa 10 rooms from £77

    Jericoacoara

    Located nearby the spectacular dunes of Jericoacoara National Park, La Villa is an excellent hotel. The rooms are stylish and comfortable, catering especially well for families. Try your hand at kite-surfing or take a dune buggy tour from the hotel. Ideal for family holidays.

    Great walks  -  Go walking and explore the fantastic sand dunes of Jericoacoara National Park.
    Sights nearby  -  Nossa Senhora de Fatima Chapel a short walk away
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Spa
    Check prices
  • Hurricane Jeri 20 rooms from £99

    Jijoca de Jericoacoara, Ceara

    Comprised of luxurious cabanas, Hurrican Jeri is a delightful beachside hotel. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, offering guests their own private realm in which to relax. Try your hand at kite surfing or simply sunbathe on the beach. A seaside charmer.

    Surfing  -  Surfing and kite-surfing lessons are available from the hotel.
    Great walks  -  A short walk from the fantastic Serrote Hiking Trails.
    Local markets  -  Explore the bustling local markets of Jericoacoara.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices

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  • Hosperia Do Quadrado from £53

    Trancoso

    A small boutique property with stunning sea views. Pretty rooms feature light wooden furniture set against white washed walls. The best have hammocks tied up by the large windows. Reasonably priced and spitting distance from the beach, this is a winning choice.

    Value chic  -  A small stylish property just a short walk from the beach and all at a very reasonable price.
    Sailing  -  The hotel can help arrange sailing expeditions.
    Surfing  -  Rise early and head out to catch some waves.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 10yrs old available.
    Check prices
  • Pousada Quarto Crescente 24 rooms from £80

    Trancoso

    This family-run guest house is located 6 minutes away from the beach in Trancoso. It offers extremely spacious, well-lit rooms and boasts an outdoor pool. Enjoy a large buffet breakfast each morning with fresh fruits from the garden before heading to the beach. A charming, friendly and stylish spot!

    Diving  -  If snorkelling's not enough for you then there's ample opportunity in Trancoso to go scuba diving
    Surfing  -  Great weather and excellent waves make this a superb surfing spot
    Great walks  -  There are plenty of great hiking trails all around all the area
    Check prices

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  • Pousada do Boqueirao 10 rooms from £32

    Salvador (48 - Santo Antônio Além do Carmo)

    This quiet guesthouse enjoys a great location in central Salvador and has quirky rooms with plenty of artwork on the walls. It boasts fantastic views overlooking Todos os Santos Bay and each morning take advantage of the superb buffet breakfast on offer! A no fuss and charming great value city spot.

    Great walks  -  Wander through the city taking in the colonial architecture or head along to the beach and stroll along the coast
    Sights nearby  -  If you fancy a spot of sightseeing then go visit the São Marcelo Fort or the Rio Branco Palace
    Local markets  -  The Sao Joaquim market is South America's largest and definitely worth a visit!
    Views  -  Overlooking Todos Os Santos Bay.
    Check prices
  • Hotel Cocoon & Lounge 27 rooms from £66

    Salvador

    A futuristic hotel slightly off-centre, but close to one of Salvador's best beaches. This homage to space-age design is a welcome spot for families and a base for the best beach activities.

    Contemporary  -  Highly modern 'space-ship' structure.
    Spa  -  In-room treatments can be arranged.
    Surfing  -  And kite-surfing.
    Swimming Pool  -  Rooftop Pool
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet
    Check prices

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  • Ilha de Toque Toque from £69

    Sao Paulo State (Toque Toque Grande)

    A contemporary chic collection of suites above the bay of São Sebastião. Stunning views, hammocks on private decks, lots of natural light and all the mod cons. Excellent seafood restaurant and verandah, gym, pool, and private hot tubs in some rooms. Ideal for total relaxation and beach life.

    Beach Life  -  The beach is 50m below and the perfect place to chill out.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Private Hot Tub
    Spa
    Check prices
  • Kalango Boutique Hotel 24 rooms from £91

    Sao Paulo State

    A charming hotel hidden away on the lush, mountainous island of Ilhabela. Wooden-built with an eco-friendly focus, the hotel features delightful rooms with balconies facing out over the mountains. Take a hike up Baepi Hill or recline by the pool.

    Birdwatching  -  Ilhabela is a great place for birdwatching.
    Great walks  -  Superb walking routes around Baepi Hill.
    Local markets  -  Browse the local markets of Ilhabela.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices

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  • Pousada Capitù 15 rooms from £41

    Imbassaí, Bahia

    Pousada Capitù features 14 individual beachfront cottages in Afro-Brazilian style on the coast of Imbassai. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast in the tropical garden each morning before heading to the beach, relaxing by the pool or taking in the surrounding nature. A charming and low-key stay.

    Fishing  -  Relax and enjoy some fishing in the afternoon sun, take a picnic
    Hideaway  -  Forget about all your worries at this tranquil and idyllic spot
    Kayaking  -  Canoeing is available.
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Check prices
  • Hotel Canto Das Aguas 44 rooms from £52

    Bahia

    A rustic hotel in the town of Lincois. Charming colourful rooms and suites have stone floors, wooden beams, and splashes of art. Lovely gardens, large pool, and lots of nooks and crannies to explore. Ideal for families and those on a budget.

    Value chic
    Kids Club  -  Fully staffed.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
    Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
    Check prices

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  • Castelinho38 12 rooms from £55

    Rio de Janeiro (Santa Teresa)

    A cheerful hotel in Rio's Bohemian Quarter, Santa Teresa. Large colourful rooms, suites, and triples, with sea views. Lovely breakfast terrace and garden. Excellent value, idea for families on a budget.

    Value chic
    Sights nearby  -  Santa Theresa is Rio's bohemian quarter, Carioca Aqueduct, Museu da Chácara do Céu.
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Surfing  -  Suitable beaches nearby.
    Recommended by  -  I Escape
    Check prices
  • The Villa 11 rooms from £48

    Rio de Janeiro (Santa Teresa)

    Excellent hotel in the hill-towns of Rio, overlooking the city and the Atlantic. The hotel's highlights include stylish rooms, a rooftop pool and stunning views of the Corcovado Christ Statue, Sugar Loaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay. Superb value for money.

    Local exploring  -  Just a short way from the centre of Rio, it's perfect for exploring the historic city.
    Value chic  -  Stylish accommodation at a very reasonable price.
    Surfing  -  The beaches surrounding Rio are hotspots for surfing.
    Sights nearby  -  Less than two miles from Christ the Redeemer.
    Check prices

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  • Porto Pacuíba Hotel 28 rooms from £139

    São Paulo (Viana)

    This property is located a minute from Viana Beach on the scenic island of Ilhabela. It offers recently refurbished and spacious rooms, indoor and outdoor pools and 2 hot tubs. Wake up and head to the beach before a massage and an evening meal at the restaurant. A tranquil, scenic and friendly stay.

    Surfing  -  With beautiful weather and great waves Ilhabela is a top surfing destination
    Great walks  -  There are plenty of great hikes all over the island for you to check out
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor and outdoor pools
    Full of character
    Check prices
  • Tivoli Sao Paulo - Mofarrej 95 rooms from £146

    São Paulo (Cerqueira César)

    A Five Star boutique with flair. Luxury rooms and suites in minimal design with all the mod cons. Fantastic French restaurant, Banyan Tree spa, gorgeous roof top terrace and pool. A hotel with the wow factor. Family friendly, romantic, and gourmet.

    Spa breaks
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
    City Style
    Sights nearby  -  Parque Trianon, Planetarium and Teatro Municipal.
    Check prices

See all » 9 hotels in Ceara

  • La Villa 10 rooms from £77

    Jericoacoara

    Located nearby the spectacular dunes of Jericoacoara National Park, La Villa is an excellent hotel. The rooms are stylish and comfortable, catering especially well for families. Try your hand at kite-surfing or take a dune buggy tour from the hotel. Ideal for family holidays.

    Great walks  -  Go walking and explore the fantastic sand dunes of Jericoacoara National Park.
    Sights nearby  -  Nossa Senhora de Fatima Chapel a short walk away
    Seaside  -  Ideal for a seaside holiday.
    Spa
    Check prices
  • Hurricane Jeri 20 rooms from £99

    Jijoca de Jericoacoara, Ceara

    Comprised of luxurious cabanas, Hurrican Jeri is a delightful beachside hotel. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, offering guests their own private realm in which to relax. Try your hand at kite surfing or simply sunbathe on the beach. A seaside charmer.

    Surfing  -  Surfing and kite-surfing lessons are available from the hotel.
    Great walks  -  A short walk from the fantastic Serrote Hiking Trails.
    Local markets  -  Explore the bustling local markets of Jericoacoara.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices

See all » 8 hotels in Trancoso

  • Hosperia Do Quadrado from £53

    Trancoso

    A small boutique property with stunning sea views. Pretty rooms feature light wooden furniture set against white washed walls. The best have hammocks tied up by the large windows. Reasonably priced and spitting distance from the beach, this is a winning choice.

    Value chic  -  A small stylish property just a short walk from the beach and all at a very reasonable price.
    Sailing  -  The hotel can help arrange sailing expeditions.
    Surfing  -  Rise early and head out to catch some waves.
    Restrictions on children  -  Children over 10yrs old available.
    Check prices
  • Pousada Quarto Crescente 24 rooms from £80

    Trancoso

    This family-run guest house is located 6 minutes away from the beach in Trancoso. It offers extremely spacious, well-lit rooms and boasts an outdoor pool. Enjoy a large buffet breakfast each morning with fresh fruits from the garden before heading to the beach. A charming, friendly and stylish spot!

    Diving  -  If snorkelling's not enough for you then there's ample opportunity in Trancoso to go scuba diving
    Surfing  -  Great weather and excellent waves make this a superb surfing spot
    Great walks  -  There are plenty of great hiking trails all around all the area
    Check prices

See all » 8 hotels in Salvador

  • Pousada do Boqueirao 10 rooms from £32

    Salvador (48 - Santo Antônio Além do Carmo)

    This quiet guesthouse enjoys a great location in central Salvador and has quirky rooms with plenty of artwork on the walls. It boasts fantastic views overlooking Todos os Santos Bay and each morning take advantage of the superb buffet breakfast on offer! A no fuss and charming great value city spot.

    Great walks  -  Wander through the city taking in the colonial architecture or head along to the beach and stroll along the coast
    Sights nearby  -  If you fancy a spot of sightseeing then go visit the São Marcelo Fort or the Rio Branco Palace
    Local markets  -  The Sao Joaquim market is South America's largest and definitely worth a visit!
    Views  -  Overlooking Todos Os Santos Bay.
    Check prices
  • Hotel Cocoon & Lounge 27 rooms from £66

    Salvador

    A futuristic hotel slightly off-centre, but close to one of Salvador's best beaches. This homage to space-age design is a welcome spot for families and a base for the best beach activities.

    Contemporary  -  Highly modern 'space-ship' structure.
    Spa  -  In-room treatments can be arranged.
    Surfing  -  And kite-surfing.
    Swimming Pool  -  Rooftop Pool
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet
    Check prices

See all » 7 hotels in Sao Paulo State

  • Ilha de Toque Toque from £69

    Sao Paulo State (Toque Toque Grande)

    A contemporary chic collection of suites above the bay of São Sebastião. Stunning views, hammocks on private decks, lots of natural light and all the mod cons. Excellent seafood restaurant and verandah, gym, pool, and private hot tubs in some rooms. Ideal for total relaxation and beach life.

    Beach Life  -  The beach is 50m below and the perfect place to chill out.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Private Hot Tub
    Spa
    Check prices
  • Kalango Boutique Hotel 24 rooms from £91

    Sao Paulo State

    A charming hotel hidden away on the lush, mountainous island of Ilhabela. Wooden-built with an eco-friendly focus, the hotel features delightful rooms with balconies facing out over the mountains. Take a hike up Baepi Hill or recline by the pool.

    Birdwatching  -  Ilhabela is a great place for birdwatching.
    Great walks  -  Superb walking routes around Baepi Hill.
    Local markets  -  Browse the local markets of Ilhabela.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Check prices