Walk through the grand entrance and into the prestigious lobby of the Copacabana Palace and you’ll be following in the footsteps of a varied procession of the world’s most prominent people. Sir Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, Nelson Mandela, Bill and Hilary Clinton, Anthony Hopkins, Kiri Te Kanawa, Michael Schumacher, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire – to name but a few – have all been guests of the Palace during its illustrious, 90 year history.
Breakfast on your private terrace overlooking the deep blue of the Southern Atlantic, or walk barefoot over the fine white sand of Copacabana Beach, and you’ll understand why the hotel attracts so many celebrities. It is a celebration in its own right – of handsome Art Deco architecture, of elegance, of service and of glorious food.
Copacabana Palace, at a glance
- Rio’s most celebrated hotel, overlooking Copacabana Beach
- Spacious or high-ceilinged Superior City View rooms with en suites
- Deluxe Beach View rooms with airy décor, en suites and – typically – Juliet-style balconies
- Luxurious suites with period furniture and original artwork, plus ocean, pool or avenue views
- Penthouse suites with supremely elegant décor and private terraces overlooking the beach
- Two of Rio’s top restaurants promising a gourmet experience
- World famous Piano Bar and lively Bar do Copa
For leisure and pleasure
- Superb Art Deco swimming pool
- Immaculate spa – a sanctuary offering restorative therapies and reinvigorating treatments
- Close to all aspects of Rio’s sight seeing, cultural and social opportunities
- A variety of city tours can be arranged