Every summer, Brazil's fashion and finance sets steal away to Trancoso, a colonial village on the Bahían coast (imagine the Hamptons in vivid colors)....more
Once the pride of Copacabana, the former Rio Palace Hotel has had its ups and downs since Frank Sinatra headlined its opening-night party in 1979. After a...more
This brick building topped by a giant clock face has Armani, Versace, and Louis Vuitton stores as nearby residents, giving it perfect location and design...more
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...more
Far and away the most famous hotel in the city, the Copa has long relied on the aura and mystique of its glory days, when guests like Orson Welles and Marlene...more
Restored by an Anglo-Brazilian couple, this colonial-style mansion in Cosme Velho (from which a funicular ascends to Christ's statue atop Mount Corcovado)...more
This estate 35 miles outside São Paulo is truly one-of-a-kind. The 25 accommodations—some gingerbread-style, others dramatically modern villas (all...more
and now luxury. The Portuguese chain Tivoli overhauled this 220-room concrete business hotel one block from São Paulo's main...more
Leblon neighbors Ipanema, and it's a fun, well-off neighborhood bristling with sushi restaurants and upscale coffeehouses. This 38-suite family-owned hotel is...more
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...more
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