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Hotel Santa Teresa MGallery by Sofitel

Santa Teresa & Lapa 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rio de Janeiro’s Hotel Santa Teresa features Amazonian folk sculptures alongside midcentury furniture by Brazilian modernist Sergio Rodrigues. — Afar Magazine

Stylish boutique property housed within a century-old mansion set on a hillside overlooking the historic center of Rio and surrounded by a well-tended garden. — Andrew Harper

Once a down-at-heel hostel, this imposing 1860s building has been transformed into one of Rio’s most beautiful and efficiently run hotels. — Rough Guide

The history of Brazil is a multicultural one, and the Santa Teresa Hotel is proud to display it. — Jetsetter

A former coffee plantation in Rio’s bohemian artist outpost, Hotel Santa Teresa MGallery by Sofitel is a luxury retreat that easily entices those-in-the-know to its perch high above the... — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Belmond Copacabana Palace

Copacabana & Leme 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From its stunning pool and excellent restaurants to the rooftop tennis court, everything about the hotel has been designed with the guest in mind. — The Telegraph

Despite the history and enduring hype, the hotel cultivates an almost unexpected feeling of discretion and calm. — Jetsetter

This Belle Époque stalwart opened as South America’s first European-style resort in 1923, modeled on the beachfront hotels of the French Riviera. — Condé Nast Traveler

It evokes a bygone era with its attentive service, 1920’s architecture and retro glamour. — Forbes Travel Guide

Rio's most famous hotel has hosted heads of state, rock stars and other prominent personalities. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Fasano Rio de Janeiro

Ipanema & Leblon 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ultra stylish – with prices to match – this Philippe Starck-designed hotel is the place to stay for visiting rock stars, supermodels and the like. — Rough Guide

Still the hottest kid on the Ipanema block, the Fasano raised the bar for Rio's luxury hotels when it opened in 2007, forcing even the Copacabana Palace to sit up and take notice. — Time Out

The 91 rooms are spare and breezy with white walls, leather-upholstered Mies daybeds, Amazonian wood side tables, and at least two burnished Sergio Rodriguez chairs. — Travel + Leisure

Sitting on Rio de Janiero's sexiest stretch of beach, the cased-in-glass Fasano Rio hotel embodies all the ritz and glamour of the supermodel’s seafront. Should you ever tire of lounging... — Mr & Mrs Smith

When the Hotel Fasano opened in 2007, it radically changed Rio's hotel scene, turning some of Brazil's costliest square footage on Ipanema's prized beachfront into a temple to high design. — Concierge

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Casa Mosquito

Copacabana & Leme 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on a steep hill 10 minutes from Ipanema Beach and close enough to the favelas to get that local flavour (church bells ringing, dogs howling) without the excess grit. — Afar Magazine

This restored mansion in Ipanema Hills is walking distance from the beach, but has a distinct bohemian feel that sets it apart from the mega hotels directly on the strip. — Travel + Leisure

Spacious, bright suites decorated in a mix of colonial, modern, and contemporary styles. All rooms have balconies with spectacular Rio de Janeiro views. — Oyster

All you would expect from a five star hotel, in other words, but with a personalised, unmistakably French flourish. — Time Out

A lovingly restored mansion in the newly christened ‘Ipanema Hills’, Casa Mosquito manages to blend the edgy and the elegant with aplomb. — The Telegraph

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Marina All Suites

Ipanema & Leblon 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With just 41 rooms across 18 floors occupying some of the continent’s most expensive real estate, this is a laidback take on Ipanema’s Fasano, with more spacious suites and fewer airs and graces (and much lower prices). — The Telegraph

The hotel features its designer series, like the mostly white Opala, or the Topázio—which has a glass wall between the bedroom and living area. — Travel + Leisure

This 38-suite family-owned hotel is located across from the beach and is one of Rio's best bets. — Concierge

Here you'll find beautifully decorated rooms, doting service and all the creature comforts. — Lonely Planet

This plush seafront hotel, which has hosted countless celebrity guests, features eight signature suites created by leading designers. — DK Eyewitness

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from $348

Miramar Hotel by Windsor

Copacabana & Leme 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

High-rise beauty overlooking one of Rio’s most famous beaches, with panoramic views from the rooftop pool. — Jetsetter

Miramar Hotel by Windsor is an upscale option in Copcabana's charming and vibrant Posto 6 area, a short walk from Ipanema. — Oyster

Once you’ve walked inside the discreet entrance of the Miramar Hotel and been met with a glass of champagne, you will discover there is still plenty of glitz to be found here. — The Telegraph

Don't be turned off by the dim facade: Guests are greeted with Champagne in the plush marble lobby of this 200-room, beachfront gem. Keep going to fully admire the 2013 renovation that... — Travel + Leisure

Set on a prime plot of real estate overlooking Copacabana beach, the Miramar Palace Hotel has sizeable, comfortable rooms and decent service. — Lonely Planet

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Porto Bay Rio Internacional Hotel

Copacabana & Leme 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A cut above Copacabana’s other seafront hotels, partly thanks to the attentive staff, but mainly down to the well thought-out design of the place. — Rough Guide

One of Copacabana's top beachfront hotels, Porto Bay has stylish rooms with a light and airy feel that are painted in cool tones. — Lonely Planet

One of Copacabana's top beachfront hotels, Porto Bay has 117 stylish rooms—many with private verandas, all reasonably-priced and luxurious. — Travel + Leisure

Behind the '80s-style black glass facade hides a remarkably pleasant hotel with friendly and attentive staff that welcome guests with a glass of champagne. — Frommer's

The hotel attracts a well-to-do clientele of business travelers and vacationers; all guests are welcomed with a glass of champagne. — Fodor's

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Praia Ipanema Hotel

Ipanema & Leblon 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ipanema beach-front hotel on the border of Ipanema and Leblon with a nice rooftop pool deck. Well-located and well-priced for such a desirable location. — Insight Guides

Straddling the border between Ipanema and Leblon, the Praia Ipanema offers beachfront luxury accommodations, all within walking distance of Lagoa. — Frommer's

This bright and airy hotel welcomes guests in a prime beachfront setting. — Gayot

This hotel between Ipanema and Leblon may not be deluxe, but it's across from the beach, and you can see the sea from all the rooms. — Fodor's

The recent renovation of the Praia Ipanema hotel has made it one of the more enticing options along the neighbourhood’s millionaire’s row, the beachfront Avenida Vieira Souto. — The Telegraph

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La Suite By Dussol

Barra da Tijuca & West of Rio 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stunning seascapes mingle with modern design at Rio de Janeiro’s La Suite by Dussol hotel, dramatically set on a cliffside. Play the part of fashionable bon vivant in Joatinga, the... — Mr & Mrs Smith

This seven-suite mansion set in Rio’s secluded Joatinga hills was the stylish pioneer that set the standard for boutique hotels in the city. — The Telegraph

A little out of the action, La Suite's elegant lodgings are nonetheless well worth the taxi rides in and out to the nightlife of Ipanema and Leblon. — Time Out

On a good day, the leafy suburb of Joá lies just 20 minutes by cab from Ipanema; given Rio's congested traffic, however, the trip can easily take more than an hour. — Concierge

If you're looking for an extra-special place to spend a romantic night in Rio, this luxurious cliffside hideaway is the one to book. — Fodor's

Mama Ruisa

Santa Teresa & Lapa 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For a very different hotel experience, consider spending a few nights in the quaint hilltop neighborhood of Santa Teresa. — Frommer's

A charming, understated boutique hotel in a converted 18th-century mansion house in Santa Teresa. Each room is named after a different French cultural icon. — DK Eyewitness

A colonial-style house in the leafy hillside district of Santa Teresa provides the backdrop for Mama Ruisa, a design-minded B&B that offers personalized service. — Concierge

French-owned Mama Ruisa aims for bohemian chic in its seven spacious, uniquely designed guestrooms. — Lonely Planet

Far away from the crowds on Copacabana, Mama Ruisa is a small yet sophisticated boutique hotel tucked into the hills of Santa Teresa, Rio's burgeoning artists' district. — Travel + Leisure

Sheraton Barra Rio de Janeiro Hotel

Barra da Tijuca & West of Rio 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rates are super-low for the quality, especially for travelers with Starwood points to spend. — Concierge

The rooms are spacious and have balconies with sea views. — DK Eyewitness

A top resort hotel that offers excellent accommodations and facilities. — Insight Guides

The decor is contemporary, with white walls, brushed nickel and mahogany accents, skillful lighting, wide-screen TVs, and clean lines. — Fodor's

The first luxury hotel in Barra da Tijuca when it opened in 2003, the design affords every one of the 292 rooms at least a partial view of the Atlantic Ocean. — Time Out

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Casa Beleza

Santa Teresa & Lapa 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tropical gardens overlook the picturesque pool, and you can sometimes spot toucans and monkeys in the surrounding foliage. It's a small and peaceful operation. — Lonely Planet

Encapsulates all that is charming about Santa Teresa and its idiosyncratic architecture; turrets, hidden garden passageways, forestloads of original wood on the floors and staircases. — Time Out

The three-pearl Casa Beleza offers a tropical hideaway from the sometimes overwhelming and crowded beach scene of Copacabana and Ipanema. — Oyster

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Golden Tulip Ipanema Plaza

Ipanema & Leblon 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Part of the Golden Tulip international hotel chain, the Plaza is a popular choice with the gay community given its exquisite location at the end of Farme de Amoedo. — Time Out

The fabulous location -- just 1 block from Ipanema beach, in the heart of the neighborhood's trendy gay section -- is why so many stay here. — Frommer's

The location close to Ipanema Beach is the main reason to stay at this hotel, which provides guests with beach chairs and umbrella service free of charge. — Fodor's

A top choice, the 18-story Plaza features nicely decorated rooms with tile floors, a muted color scheme and sizable windows to let in the tropical rays. — Lonely Planet

The luxurious Ipanema Plaza (part of the Dutch-owned Golden Tulip chain) is small enough to provide individual attention to guests. — Rough Guide

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Caesar Park Rio de Janeiro Ipanema Managed by Sofitel

Ipanema & Leblon 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the heart of Ipanema, close to high-class shops and gourmet restaurants, this beachfront hotel has established itself among business travelers, celebrities, and heads of state. — Fodor's

Service is superb in Caesar Park, a business hotel over looking Ipanema Beach. Views are excellent, as with the majority of Rio’s towerblock hotels. — DK Eyewitness

Popular with business travelers, this well-located beachfront option has sizable rooms with a warm, inviting feel, artwork on the walls, and flat-screen TVs. — Lonely Planet

Until the Fasano showed up, this was the only top-tier hotel in Ipanema actually fronting the beach, and it remains to be seen how long it can rest on its location laurels. — Concierge

The sort of easygoing place Rio’s sassiest neighbourhood always deserved. — The Telegraph

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Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel & Resort

Ipanema & Leblon 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Between the upmarket neighborhoods of São Conrado and Leblon, this is the only hotel in Rio with a "private" beach. — Fodor's

If Universal Studios is the focus of your visit, you won't get any closer to the gate than by staying at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. Its monolithic glass towers have nicely appointed rooms. — Lonely Planet

The Sheraton juts out majestically into the ocean at the end of Leblon beach. As the houses of Vidigal favela have crept down the hill behind, the setting has become even more dramatic. — The Telegraph

The Sheraton is the only large luxury hotel with a fabulous leisure area that is still relatively close to the Zona Sul. — Frommer's

Between the kids club that boasts everything from movies to interactive tournaments, and Sheraton's first Shine Spa in Latin America, it's more than a safe bet for whole-family fun. — Travel + Leisure

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Pestana Rio Atlantica Hotel

Copacabana & Leme 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Portuguese-owned beachfront hotel has a prime spot on the Copacabana strip and a deep commitment to customer service, making it a solid option for both business travelers and tourists. — Travel + Leisure

Always one of the nicest hotels on the Avenida Atlântica, the Pestana looks brand-new thanks to a recent overhaul. — Frommer's

Beautifully located along Copacabana beach, the Pestana has excellent amenities, decent service and a wide range of rooms. — Lonely Planet

Boasts a decent Portuguese restaurant and a trendy rooftop cocktail bar and pool. — The Telegraph

This well-located hotel offers friendly service, a great breakfast and a good location opposite Copacabana Beach, but the real stars of the show are the rooftop pool and bar. — Fodor's

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Ipanema Inn

Ipanema & Leblon 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This excellent-value and very popular hotel is just a block from the beach and in one of the most fashionable parts of Ipanema. — Rough Guide

If you want to stay in Ipanema and avoid the high prices of beachfront accommodations, this no-frills hotel with great service is a wise choice. — Fodor's

On one of Ipanema's coolest streets and just a couple of blocks from the lively General Osório square, the Ipanema Inn is a decent little hotel in an excellent location. — Time Out

The 56-room Ipanema Inn is a two-and-a-half-pearl property whose best feature is its location, just a two-minute walk from the beach and close to shops, dining, and nightlife. — Oyster

Ipanema Inn is a simple hotel whose rooms have off-white ceramic tile floors and simple wood furnishings; some are disappointingly small. — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Arpoador

Copacabana & Leme 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Billing itself as the only hotel from Leme to Leblon located right on the beach... here you step more or less right out of the lobby onto the golden sands of Arpoador. — Time Out

Charmingly located right on the sand, this little tower block offers functional and basic rooms and facilities. — DK Eyewitness

Outstanding location overlooking the eastern tip of Ipanema Beach...surrounded by shopping and dining, and within a short walk of Copacabana Beach and the area's nightlife. — Oyster

At sunset the view from the landmark rock that juts out into the ocean at the end of the beach is one of Rio's most beautiful. — Fodor's

Overlooking Praia do Arpoador (Arpoador Beach), this six-story inn is the only hotel in Ipanema and Copacabana that doesn't have a busy street between it and the beach. — Lonely Planet

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from $291

Sofitel Rio de Janeiro Copacabana

Copacabana & Leme 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The fabulous views, excellent French restaurant Le Pré Catalan, and quality service make up for the unins pired decor of this hotel. — DK Eyewitness

One of Rio's priciest hotels, the French-owned Sofitel does its best to impress. — Lonely Planet

The Sofitel has the advantage of both the famous stretch of sand book-ended by Sugarloaf to the east as well as the rather cleaner (and busier) waters of Ipanema just a short walk away. — Time Out

A top pick for business travelers, the Sofitel sits right on the famed Copacabana Beach. — Travel + Leisure

Vacationers enjoy the beachfront location and the picture-perfect views... while business executives appreciate the top-notch business facilities. — Fodor's

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Windsor Atlantica Hotel

Copacabana & Leme 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its views of the beach and wealth of amenities, this large-scale hotel offers a reliable luxury experience. — Gayot

Windsor Atlantica Hotel is a luxury hotel just across the road from quiet Leme Beach at the northern end of Copacabana. — Oyster

Copacabana’s second-highest profile hotel has cemented its place among the best resort-style locations in the city. — The Telegraph

Reopened with a complete renovation in 2011, the Windsor Atlantica is located on the Eastern end of the famed Copacabana Beach, and just a 10-minute jaunt to the landmark Sugarloaf... — Travel + Leisure

Occupies the site of the once-legendary Le Méridien hotel... a new terrace complete with open-air swimming pool and bar gave it the immediate edge over its predecessor. — Time Out

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