Belmond Copacabana Palace: a myth in the heart of Rio

Belmond Copacabana Palace: a myth in the heart of Rio

This palace of natural and authentic elegance, built during the Roaring Twenties, is a legend in Rio.  

Designed by French architect Joseph Gire, who took inspiration from the palace hotels of the Côte d'Azur, this white neoclassical edifice on Atlântica Avenue and the beach of Copacabana, has been a Rio institution since 1923. Guests have included some of the most influential people in the world, including royals, politicians, singers, and movie stars. This reputation is due to the excellent service and the luxury of its 91 suites, 138 rooms and 7 penthouses which are divided between the main building and the wing built in 1948. Most have sea views. The rooms are styled in a contemporary manner and come equipped with spacious bathrooms, enamelled porcelain bathtubs, and marble-lined sinks. The lobby and pool are equally impressive, as are the three restaurants – the Pérgula, for brunch, the Cipriani for Italian cuisine, and the most recent, Mee, whose Asian menu has been awarded a Michelin star. The spa on two levels, tennis courts on the roof, beauty salon, and a host of other services add to the unforgettable character of the place.

Belmond Copacabana Palace
Avenida Atlântica 1702
Rio de Janeiro 22021-001

+55 (0)21 2548 7070

Rooms: from 1,350 BRL