Boutique Hotels, Hip Hotels, Design Hotels, Luxury Hotels: Avantgarde Hotels

Design boutique hotels in Brazil

Hotel Santa Teresa Best Rate Guaranteed

Hotel Santa Teresa Rio de Janeiro, placed between patios, gardens and terraces, has 44 personalized rooms, between 30 and 120 square meters. More than half of the rooms have balconies with panoramic views over the Guanabara Bay, the Teresopolis Mountains and the Christ Redeemer. Arguably the cutest of boutique hotels in all of Rio de Janeiro.

Marina All Suites Hotel Best Rate Guaranteed

Luxury boutique hotel Marina All Suites in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Top contemporary designers beautifully decorated it. A unique hotel that attracts acclaimed guests of the world of music and cinema. Located in front of the beach of Leblon, Ipanema.


The Emiliano hotel is the first trendsetting small luxury hotel in São Paulo and is uniquely situated in the most elegant residential area. Our Hotel offers world class luxury hospitality and has a contemporary design with signed pieces. Emiliano's guests experience authentic and modern Brazilian sophistication through Our Hotels contemporary ambience, refined cuisine and exceptionally warm service.

Fasano Hotel E Restaurantes

The Fasano hotel features 91 rooms all of them come with private balcony and separated by mirrored screens. Our boutique hoteò houses Fasano, which is rated South America best Italian cuisine restaurant and the Baretto Bar, a cozy lounge bar with cool music and jazz of the highest international standards.

George V Alto De Pinheiros

The George V Alto de Pinheiros brings together irresistible space, distinctive service, sophistication, beauty and convenience to offer its guests the ideal extension of home. Our boutique hotel is located in the best area of the city of São Paolo. Each suite has its own individual character, offering the excellence you expect to find at a grand hotel.


Brazil Garlanded by the Amazon and other copious forests of the continent and bordered with one of the liveliest coasts in the western hemisphere, Brazil maintains the status as the fifth largest country in the world, as well as the largest and most diverse in population, geography, and culture in South America. The most metropolitan areas include the Marvelous city, Rio de Janeiro, an urban populous city is encompassed by the Tijuca forest, with beaches and resort towns, like lavish Buzios, decked out with renowned sculptures and beautiful tourists. The population in the country’s capital, São Paulo, though contests Rio’s by almost double with 11 million. A melting pot in so many degrees, the city is predominately constituted of Italians, houses a large community of Portuguese, African and indigenous descendants, also the largest population of Japanese in the world other than Japan, providing for an extensive culinary experience. If you do not fancy the hustle and bustle of these cities however, the less busy cities like the historic northeastern Salvador, and rock music hot-spot Goiânia. The incomparable annual festival, Carnival, is an attraction that is anticipated by both Brasilians and jet-setters. Never-ending parades and revelries due to the endless supply of caipirinha and grilled churrasco and on the streets led by the elected Rei Momo, the fat man who represents the ‘King of Carnival,’ heads a vast number of extravagantly ornate, towering and provocative circus characters, who parade or represent respecting Samba schools during the two weeks proceeding the Christian Lenten period. What's more recurrent, yet just as famed, are the country’s soccer teams and games. Ronaldinho, Pelé, Ronaldo, Cafú are first names or nicknames -a unique characteristic to the country’s fútbol team- imprinted on any jersey-backed child, adult, elderly and tourist.