Brazil luxury hotels Archive

Review of the Best Hotel in Brasilia, Brazil

If you’re headed to Brasilia, Brazil, you won’t have to think very hard about where to stay. There’s everybody else and there’s the Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada. Here’s what our reviewer had to say: “As fabulously futuristic as the city’s legendary architecture, and blessed by an idyllic, if somewhat secluded, location on Lake Paranoá, the […]

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Imanta Jungle and Beach Hideaway in Punta de Mita

Less than an hour from the Puerto Vallarta airport is a new and unbelievable luxury resort that is sure to become a preferred new hideout for celebrities trying to escape the gossip rags – Imanta. The more years I work as a travel writer and editor, the harder it is for me to be truly […]

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Pelican Eyes in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

We’ve had our eye on Pelican Eyes in Nicaragua for a while, but felt like some improvements needed to come into play to make this a true upscale travel lodging option. Also known as Piedras y Olas (Rocks and Waves), this is a San Juan del Sur institution that started out modestly and grew along […]

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L’Hotel Porto Bay in Sao Paulo, Brazil

I noted last week that we had added a review of the vastly upgraded Tivoli in São Paulo, Brazil and we’ve got another addition to our reviews there up now too: L’Hotel Porto Bay. L’Hotel Porto Bay is one of those hidden gems you don’t hear much about except from those who are in the […]

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Review of DPNY Beach Hotel in Brazil

We continue to expand our hotel coverage in Brazil with the addition of the DPNY Beach Hotel (a favorite getaway for wealthy Sao Paulo residents) on the southern coast. It’s situated in a cove on the Ilhabela island, making it the closest thing to a private beach you get in Brazil. On that beach you […]

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Upgraded Tivoli Sao Paulo Hotel in Brazil

When we first sent someone to review the best hotels in Brazil, the Mofarrej business hotel in São Paulo didn’t come close to making the cut. Now completely revamped as the Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo, it has a different face and attitude to show off. “Although in theory, the São Paulo Mofarrej has been around […]

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