Brazil Hotels

It’s difficult to generalize the wide range of accommodation options you will find across a country as enormous as Brazil. One thing is for sure: whether you are a budget traveler or looking to spend some cash, Brazil has what you are looking for. From low-key backpacker hostels to high-rise hotels, Brazil has no shortage of rooms, but prices, quality, and ambiance fluctuate wildly.

The most expensive digs in Brazil are in touristy areas, such as in Rio de Janeiro and at luxury beach resorts along the coast. Still, backpackers will be able to find modest Brazil hostels at a budget price. When planning your trip, keep in mind the peak travel season for Brazil loosely follows the calendar for school holidays, with the summer season—December and January—being the busiest months. Carnival is also a time when prices skyrocket and hotels fill up, so make sure you book well in advance.

Brazil Hostels

Brazil hostels are becoming more and more common, and you can find them in just about any city across the country. Cute, cozy hotels such as the Open House Barra in Salvador da Bahia can be found just about anywhere throughout the country for a lot less cash than a stay at a Brazil hotel. Even in Rio de Janeiro, hostels rent beds for as low as $10 a night. If you don’t book in advance and are staying for longer than just a few days, you might even be able to negotiate a price once you get to the hostel.

Brazil Apartments and Houses for Rent

Another option, especially for those traveling in groups or staying for longer periods of time, is to rent out an apartment or house in Brazil. Although they are pricier than staying in hostels, when you do the math a stay at a Brazil apartment is usually cheaper than the cost of a hotel. You can also save money by cooking some meals at home in your own kitchen.

A Casa Azul in the remote beach town of Cabure is a prime example of everything you could ask for when renting out a house in Brazil. Not only will you find yourself with spacious rooms, but also a swimming pool, tropical garden, jacuzzi, sauna, and even squash court. Just a twenty minute walk to the historic center and beach, $260 a day seems like a steal—especially if you split it between nine people.

Brazil Budget Hotels

Probably a little more than just one step up of from a hostel in Brazil, budget hotels are popping up in cities large and small across the country. Depending on the season, rates usually start between $60-80, but you usually get what you pay for. Brazil budget hotels are similar to international chains found in the U.S., with the same dated furniture and floral-print throws over the bed. One tip: Before booking, make sure your hotel is in close proximity to the things you want to do in Brazil, or else you might get stuck paying hefty taxi fees to get to the town center or the beach.

Brazil bed and breakfasts, called pousadas, are a good option for those who want an upgrade from a hostel but don’t want to spend too much. Usually located on the outskirts of cities, Brazil B&Bs can be a mixed bag. Sometimes you are shown to cozy, charming quarters and served a fantastic breakfast, but other times the opposite is true. Try to book a B&B with good reviews online, and when in doubt ask to see your room before laying down any money.

Brazil Luxury Hotels

A night at any one of many Brazil luxury hotels will cost you upwards of $125—from there, the sky is pretty much the limit as far as price is concerned. Standard amenities in Brazil luxury hotels go well beyond tidy rooms, usually including in-house restaurants, impressively-designed pools and fitness centers, and excellent service. Luxury hotels in Brazil are also often set in prime beach locations, so shop around before settling on a room.

One example of a Brazil luxury hotel is the Sonesta Hotel in the trendy Moema area of Sao Paulo. The Sonesta Hotel also has its own restaurant with complimentary breakfast, a pool, sauna, and spa. Your room is your own private oasis, with comfortable beds, cable TV, complimentary internet, and even jacuzzi tubs.

Brazil Resorts

From beach-side retreats to jungle lodges, Brazil resorts have a lot to offer. The price tag can be steep for an all-inclusive retreat in an expensive town like Rio de Janeiro, but you can sometimes find two-for-one deals or other promotions in the off season.

There are also many small, exclusive jungle lodges set in the Amazon rainforest. There is even a whole list of “treehouse hotels” where you can stay in an eco-lodge nestled high in the rainforest canopy. Again, a jungle retreat can be pricey but its worth the price to have safe, insect-free accommodations and professional guides. Shop around (and ask around) when making plans to explore the Amazon, as prices and quality range.

Brazil Camping

Camping in Brazil is a great idea for those with an adventurous spirit or tight wallet. Brazil not only has a great climate for camping, but the facilities are similar to campsites in the U.S. and across Europe. The Camping Clube do Brasil operates around 48 sites in 14 states across Brazil. Camping here is a great deal for those with an International Campers Card—you get half off at each facility. It is not recommended to camp alone or outside of officially designated areas in Brazil, especially since a lot of the country is unexplored and wild.

  • Sonesta Hotel
    Located in the trendy Moema area near restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, the 4-Star Sonesta Hotel offers excellent accommodation, service and value. Accommodations are spacious and include a desk, minibar, cable TV and more; some offer Jacuzzi tubs and other upgrades. Guests will enjoy dining
  • Village Novo - Beach Suites
    This beach-front accommodation features several colonial style homes converted nicely into a hotel with all amenities. Rooms are comfortable and stylish. Each suite has mini-bar, in room safe, central hot water and cable tv. Located in front of the beach with a restaurant on the street.
  • A Casa Azul
    Holiday house to rent in Paraty on the Costa Verde (Green Coast). A two-story modern house with a tropical garden, swimming pool, squash court, jacuzzi and sauna. The house is ideal for a family or for a group of friends and there is a maximum occupancy of nine people. There are two bicycles availab
    Cozy house with private, shared and apartment rooms. Located in Barra and Pelourinho, close to the nicest beaches and Carnival Parade. We organize cultural and entertainment in-house events, such as Art Exhibitions, Percussion-Dance Classes and in-house parties every week. Plus: - 5 languages spoke
  • Marriott Executive Apartments Sao Paulo
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  • Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi
    Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi hotel, located in one of the main business centers of Sao Paulo, offers 487 guestrooms in a 28-story property. The hotel has a health club, an indoor pool, a spa tub, a sauna, and a fitness facility. This 5.0-star Sao Paulo property features two restaurants, a coffee shop,
  • Hilton Belem
    The Hilton Belém hotel is located in the heart of downtown Belém, near the main attractions and business centers in the town. Located just opposite the famous Theater of Peace, nearby to corporate offices including IBM and HSBC.
  • Brazuca's Hostel
    If you want to relax near the sea and enjoy Rio's nightlife, then Brazuca's Hostel is the perfect place for you. Brazuca's Hostel is located in a privileged part of Rio de Janeiro, in the heart of Copacabana, just two blocks from the beach and 10 minutes by bus from Sugar Loaf. The hostel is near R
  • Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
  • Sao Paulo Airport Marriott Hotel
  • King George
    A popular hostel with Israeli backpackers, the King George Hostel is located a few blocks from the famous Copacabana beach. A large sprawling house with shared dorms and bathrooms, a t.v. room, a computer room, free breakfast (including eggs, fruit, juice, bread, and cookies), and even small monkey
  • Hotel London Othon Flat (Hotel Le Premier Flat Othon)
    Just a skip away from Paulista Avenue, Hotel London Othon Flat provides comfort and access to some wonderful eateries and to Parque do Ibirapuera. Stay in an apartment-like hotel room for about $85. Rooms come with a small living area, dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The bedroom and livi
  • Hotel Quality Jardins
    Those who like to stay connected back home while traveling should check into the Hotel Quality Jardins. Inside each air-conditioned room you can flip through cable TV and surf the web via WiFi. If you're looking for a bit of a work out, swim a few laps in the pool or run in the gym. When your busine
  • Mansion Villa Verde Apartments
    6 comfortable, fully furnished and equipped serviced vacation apartments. Near the beach and Carnival, quiet and safe. Optional: air conditioning - satellite TV - DSL internet access. English speaking management, website with many photos and more information.
  • Pousada da Saude
    Come discover the old capital of colonial Brazil with its unique preserved baroque architecture. The city is surrounded by beautiful beaches and tropical islands, each one a "gem" in its own right, ideal for sailing, deep sea fishing, swimming, and snorkeling. Located a short two blocks away from
  • Sun Rio Hostel
    Centrally located in the Botafogo neighborhood, within walking distance of Rio's main attractions, and not far from its best beaches, the Sun Rio is a pleasant family run hostel that aims to make anyone's stay in Rio a comfortable one. The friendly, English speaking staff can provide tourist informa
  • Lemon Spirit Hostel
    Located one block from the beautiful Leblon Beach and within walking distance of bars and restaurants, the Lemon Spirit Hostel is a new, clean, and comfortable addition to Rio de Janeiro's lodging scene. All rooms come with air conditioning, and guests can enjoy free continental breakfast, luggage s
  • Hotel Internacional Bagpackers
    Formerly Travelers Jungle Home, Hotel Internacional Bagpackers has moved from Tony's home to a larger, more central location. If your boat from Manaus gets in after dark, this budget backpacker's hostel is three blocks from Tabatinga's Porta da Feira. With a dorm room and several rooms with private
  • Nega Maluca Guesthouse
    Located in the beautiful Pelourinho neighborhood of lively Salvador, Brazil, the Nega Maluca Guesthouse is sure to be one of your most memorable hostel experiences in all of South America. The hostel is owned by a youthful Israeli/Colombian couple who has traveled extensively, and knows from experi
  • Sugarcane Hostel
    My favourite place that I have stayed at so far! Everyone was so friendly and made my friends and I feel like we were at home!Loved Pipa as well, best place out of all my travels!
  • Piratas de Ipanema
    Situated only a five-minute walk from both Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, Piratas de Ipanema is one of the cheapest, most ideally situated hostels in Rio. Although the rooms are a little shabby (the upstairs dorm is larger but much airier), in all likelihood you will not be spending much time there
  • Ipanema Beach House
    Ipanema Beach House is a friendly, social hostel located in the heart of Ipanema, only a few blocks from the beach itself. The dorms are spacious, and comfortable, with bunk beds for either six or nine people. However, if you're willing to pay a little extra for privacy, the hostel offers private
  • Gaia Apartments
    The Gaia Inn holiday resort is situated on a small hill approximately 500 m. from the center of Pipa and the beach. On 2 ½ acres (10,000 m2) of land, there are 20 air-conditioned and fully equipped units, ranging from 38 m2 to 68 m2 in size. Fourteen of the units are separate bungalows and six ar
  • Hotel Del Rey
    Located a five minute walk away from the main bus station in downtown Foz du Iguaçu, Hotel Del Rey offers friendly English speaking receptionists and comfortable accommodations. The hotel lobby includes a tourist agency, three internet stations and a large flat screen TV, all where guests can min
  • Hotel das Cataratas
    The Hotel das Cataratas is located in the center of the Iguaçu National Park and is surrounded by tropical nature, alongside the famous Iguaçu Falls. This is a charming 195 bedroom colonial-style hotel. It's the only hotel inside the Brazilian National Park and it's is a unique spot for those
  • Casa Azul
    Holiday house to rent in Paraty, Brazil. Modern house with tropical garden, swimming pool, squash, jacuzzi, sauna. Ideal for a family or for a group of friends. Accomodation for 9 people. 2 bicycles available.
  • Oasis Rio
    Me and 6 buddies wanted to travel after graduating from college, and we thought Rio was the perfect place to kick back for two weeks, chill on the beach, party and unwind. Little did we know that, for less than most of the nice hotels in Rio, we could be staying in an amazing penthouse overlooking