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Fasano, Salvador

In the heart of the old-town and with sweeping views of All Saints Bay, the Fasano Salvador has an enviable position for exploring the cobbled streets of Brazil’s former capital. 

Fasano Salvador is located in one of the city's most iconic buildings, the former headquarters of the city's newspaper, 'A Tarde'. Dating back to the 1930s, the building has a prime location for exploring the Pelourinho, Salvador's old-town.

Once derelict, the building has been completely refurbished with the help of award-winning architect Isay Weinfeld. Now it features expansive apartments, a rooftop pool, relaxing spa and business centre. 

There are just 52 rooms, each stylishly decorated with marble bathrooms and views of the city or ocean. For those looking for a truly special experience, a night in one of the ocean-front suites is a must.

Like all Fasano hotels, a world-class Italian restaurant is the hotel's centre piece. Delicious freshly served pasta and a variety of old-world wines accompany a truly special meal.

The Fasano Salvador brings the glamour and history of the city into the building. Sitting in front of the Castro Alves Square, it is the ideal place to stay when exploring he UNESCO World Heritage City.

Fasano Salvador, at a glance

  • Once home to the city's newspaper, now a 5* hotel
  • In the heart of the Pelourinho, the city's old-town
  • Beautiful views over the Bay of All Saints
  • Just 52 rooms, with views of the city or ocean
  • Fine dining in the hotel's Italian restaurant
  • Spa, rooftop pool and gym

For leisure and pleasure

  • Explore the winding and cobbled streets of Salvador's old-town
  • Take a panoramic tour of the lower city, seeing the fisherman and visiting the Modelo market
  • Try the traditional dance and martial art of Capoeira, introduced by African settlers
  • Discover the rhythm of  Bahia at a percussion workshop
  • Unearth the historic importance of the city and its strong African influence.
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