Copacabana Palace Hotel
Rating: 5 star
Address: Avenida Atlantica, 1702, Rio de Janeiro
This glamorous landmark is pre-eminent among the best hotels in Rio de Janeiro.
Since its Art Deco doors swung open in 1923, Belmond Copacabana Palace has been welcoming the rich and famous.
A truly iconic city-centre hotel, Copacabana Beach only a heartbeat away, this is the best place to stay in Rio. Soak up the sun in the magnificent pool or join Brazil’s style setters at the Piano Bar. And don’t miss the hotel’s top restaurants, whether for great local dishes or fine Italian dining at the Hotel Cipriani Restaurant.
For those wondering where to stay in Rio de Janeiro, treat yourself to the city’s finest accommodation. Each of our rooms is unique, featuring fine period furniture and original works of art.
Widely admired as the best hotel in Brazil, Belmond Copacabana Palace offers two different room categories. Choose between charming city views or magnificent beach views.
Cipriani Restaurant known as one of the best restaurants in Rio, and named after the finest hotel in Venice, this award-winning restaurant offers exceptional Northern Italian cuisine.
The vibrant menu combines the best in Brazilian and Italian ingredients. Innovative dishes sit alongside classic recipes that have been passed down for generations.
Located in the heart of the Hotel Cipriani Restaurant’s kitchen, the Chef’s Table is one of the most exclusive fine-dining adventures in Rio. Guests to follow the chef as he prepares an array of dishes inspired by the day’s freshest ingredients. This special menu is paired with carefully selected wines. A 48-hour notice is required to reserve the Chef’s Table.
One of the first restaurants in South America to be awarded a prestigious Michelin star, take a seat and discover the most sophisticated pan-Asian cuisine in Rio.
The vision of celebrity chef Ken Hom and led by Executive Chef Kazuo Harada, MEE takes you on an exotic gastronomic journey. Taste your way through countries including Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.
The restaurant is one of only a handful of venues in Rio de Janeiro to be awarded a star. The enticing menu features many exotic specialties that should not be missed.
Take a journey through 25 imported sake varieties. The enticing drinks list is complete with 18 innovative cocktails that capture the spirit of the restaurant.