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Very much maintaining a classic rather than contemporary style even after the recent refurb, vast chandeliers, copious amounts of marble and forests-worth of polished Brazilian wood set the tone in reception, a theme continued in every corner of the 147-room behemoth dating to 1923.
An 18th century townhouse painstakingly restored and designed, this beautiful guest house is a balance of charm, coziness and modernity. Each day, ankle-deep tidal waters flood the city, in order to clean its cobblestoned streets. Every guest at Casa Turquesa is issued a pair of Havaiana flip flops at check in, to navigate the streets like a local.

Rio de Janeiro State

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Year opened: 2022. Architecture: Jean Nouvel. Rosewood São Paulo is set in an historic 1904 building that was formerly a maternity hospital in the center of Cidade Matarazzo, a complex of elegant, preserved buildings and a new extension clad in a vertical park. The hotel features 151 guestrooms and 122 owners' suites designed by Philippe Starck.
Designed by leading international figures including the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel and artistic director Philippe Starck, Rosewood São Paulo is a love letter to Brazil, with a majority of the design materials both locally sourced and inspired by the country's diverse culture. The new hotel is also home to a groundbreaking collection of 450 site-specific artworks, all created in partnership with local artists whose work draws from the multiplicity of the Brazilian experience.
The first Canopy by Hilton property in South America welcomes its guests with a lively façade by renowned Brazilian street artist Speto and is home to a modern sustainable Brazilian design. The hotel is situated in Jardins, known for its high-end clothing stores, fine dining, and museums such as the São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound and Sao Paulo Museum of Art. Additionally, the hotel has the first clean energy gas-powered air conditioning system in Brazil.

São Paulo State

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This charming, adult-only pousada is run by a Belgian-French couple and their interior designer son. It is set on a spectacular, 35km long white sandy beach and offers 9 boho chic bungalows, a stunning pool and a restaurant serving Brazilian and French classics.
Located on a virtually deserted beach with pristine mangroves, Pousada do Toque is a place where the calm waters, natural pools and the colours of the sea that oscillate between hues of blue and green make the preservation of manatee, known as sea cows, possible.
Pousada do Patacho gives you a pretty good idea of what heaven might look like. You know, the kind of place where you wake up every morning to a blood red sunrise and palm trees silhouetted against the sky. This tropical little boutique hotel is simply one of those places that sets your heart beating that little bit faster. The special little touches, unique atmosphere and amazing natural setting fully enhance the charm of the property.

Alagoas

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Fasano Salvador occupies a 1930s Art Deco landmark building that was once headquarters of the city’s daily newspaper, and which stands in the UNESCO-listed historic city center, with a view back towards the Bay of All Saints. Inside, the entry and lobby continue in a beautifully restored Art Deco vein, while, a sleeker, more modern aspect emerges in the spa, restaurant, rooms and suites.
Uxua Casa Hotel & Spa has become the stay of choice in the beautiful seaside village of Trancoso. The Brazilian elite, not to mention style-savvy visitors from the US and Europe, flock to its 10 private casas all year round, drawn by its stunning beachside location, dedication to sustainable tourism and the sort of interiors that wouldn't look out of place in Wallpaper* or Elle Decoration. Its owners have got the balance between luxury and laid-back style just right.

Bahía

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You don’t have to go far from Jericoacoara Beach, famous among kitesurfers and adventuring types, to get an undiscovered-paradise feeling. On the fringes of Preá, the next town to the east, on an unspoiled stretch of white sand, is Casana, a tiny, laid-back boutique hotel comprising a handful of bungalows set just a few yards from the ocean.

Ceará

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Neighboring the coastal dunes of northeastern Brazil, La Ferme de Georges beckons those who crave slowed-down culinary indulgence, locally inspired luxury, and stunning natural landscapes. The interior aesthetic could be described as tropical minimalism, with natural materials abounding, inviting hammocks swaying gently on private terraces, and curvaceous design pieces inspired by the sand dunes outside.

Maranhão

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Designed in 1940 by legendary Oscar Niemeyer, this modernist hotel is the chance to stay in one of his early works. It is located in Ouro Preto, a colonial town in the Minas Gerais state in eastern Brazil. It’s known for its baroque architecture, including bridges, fountains and squares, and its steep, winding cobbled streets.
In Brazil, the Fasano brand is a symbol of cutting-edge glamour, and their hotel in mountainous Minas Gerais, in the heart of one of the country’s largest cities, lives up to the reputation. Hotel Fasano Belo Horizonte is a luxury hotel renowned for its high-end restaurant and bar and its sleek, spacious guest rooms, with their gleaming hardwood floors and crisp white Egyptian cotton linens.

Minas Gerais

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The arrival of the Nomaa Hotel is one more reason to book a ticket for a visit. The interiors are styled like the apartment of a well-heeled creative, the warm walnut, limestone, marble, and linen perfectly foiled by an eclectic mix of furniture by Wegner, Eames and Bertoia, alongside a Fernanda Cassou chandelier and specially commissioned art-pieces.
One of the most famous hotels in South America, with a standout location right next to the Brazilian side of the Iguaçu Falls. It is located within the National Park and even has its own lookout point. The hotel's grand colonial style ambience and traditional Portuguese decor give it a formal air.

Paraná

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Originally catering to surfers, this was one of the first hotels to open in Pipa back in 1991, when the road outside was just a sandy track and there was no electricity. The hotel gradually expanded, as did the resort, but it remains a very private refuge, with bungalows set apart from each other but connected by raised walkways. A quiet stroll is all that’s required to spot the monkeys, green maned forest lizards and neon-pink dragonflies that make the grounds their home.
Kilombo Villas & Spa is an eco-conscious escape at the edge of one of the most secluded coastal villages in Brazil. A smattering of streamlined villas against a backdrop of endless beach - a sea turtle sanctuary. The spacious villas are arranged in an eye-catching asymmetric design around the central pool, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

Rio Grande do Norte

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