Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Rio de Janeiro is the home of samba and bossa nova music, the famous Ipanema beach, the wild and raucous Carninval, the Christ the Redeemer statue on Corcovado mountain (the largest art deco statue in the world), and sunset views from Sugar Loaf Mountain. In short, Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s entertainment and spiritual capital. It is also host to a great many hotels. If you know how to search for hotels in Rio, you can make your stay truly comfortable and enjoyable.
Skyscanner provides you with a free tool to search for and book a hotel in Rio de Janeiro. Rio is home to all types of travelers, from backpackers to guests seeking luxury accommodations.
You can customize your search to fit your needs. Search Rio hotels by price range, or look for hotels that are ranked on a scale of one to five stars. You can narrow your search even more by selecting the amenities you would like, such as a spa, a hotel shuttle, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, a business center, or room service. Visit the Skyscanner Rio de Janeiro hotel page to find more available amenities in this city’s hotels.
Also search for hotels by whether they allow free cancellations or offer a complimentary breakfast.
If you don’t want a hotel, you can search for apartments, hostels, and bed and breakfast accommodations.
Where are are Rio de Janeiro Hotels Located?
You can choose the district you want to stay in. Rio has six districts: Copacabana, Ipanema, Centro, Barra de Tijuca, Leblon, and Jacarepagua.
The price you pay depends on when you travel. Expect higher prices during Carnival. The range for rooms runs from as low as $40 per night to well over $7,000 per night. The lower end tends to be hostels and bare-bones accommodations, while the upper end is for a luxury stay. In between, you will find hotels at every imaginable price. Your cost will depend on what features you want in a room or hotel, as well as the location and season.
You can find many five-star hotels, and you might be surprised by the cost. Certainly, there are expensive rooms in this category, but you can find five-star rooms for as little as $120 per night. Scroll through the list of five-star hotels to find the best fit for you, and check back often to see if any new rooms have become available.
You can easily find family-friendly hotels in Rio by searching for places with amenities like babysitting or a playground. This will narrow your search to hotels that welcome families.
You will find boutique hotels throughout Rio. Some are economy establishments, while others offer a more luxurious boutique hotel experience. Be sure and search through all the price ranges for one-of-a-kind hotels.
Many chain hotels offer rooms in Rio. You will find Best Western, Novotel, Mercure, Rede Atlântico, Hilton, Quality, and Royal Tulip hotels.
Rio, you photogenic city, you. It's really no surprise songs have been written about this city (yes, you'll probably hear "Girl from Ipanema" frequently). People will tell you to be careful in Rio, but it often makes you feel so relaxed (depending on the neighborhood) that you sometimes forget the warnings. This is how much people like Rio: I met a wedding party from Germany here, and although this was the wedding destination, neither the bride nor groom...nor anybody else from the party was from Brazil.
Rio is an amazing city. One with an eclectic variety of activities to engage in as well as some of the greatest outdoor views you'll ever see. The main reason I don't give it five stars is the large divide between the rich and the poor. Hard to enjoy Ipanema Beach while you sit in the shadows of the favelas. I hope the city and country find a way to get it together.
In my opinion this is the most beautiful metropole in the world, home of rich Brazilian traditions. If you have never been in Rio make sure you visit this unique spot. It will change the way you see life.
RIO DE JANEIRO Rio de Janeiro Rio is a beautiful very large city of millions. Located on the longest, whitest and widest beaches you can think of. I think you know the names of all the songs about these beaches, such as: Ipanema & Copacabana. Visiting the huge image of Jesus that overlooks the town, with a park full of beautiful big huge butterflies is what I recommend, it’s if you’re in the Jungle. But Rio also has a dark side just think of the many favela’s. So there is a lot of poverty and you should as a tourist look well on your stuff and watch your wallet. In the evening you are best going out with a group led by a guide. A visit to one of the Samba schools, the Plataforma show is a must.