Modern Design & Iconic Views at Hotel Emiliano [Rio de Janeiro]

Copacabana Beach

Copacabana beach is one of the most iconic destinations in the world – from Carmen Miranda films to the Olympics 2016; the beach has been the stage to moments that defined Brazil. Emiliano Hotel Rio is located at a privileged location right a few steps from Copacabana beach, with 90 extraordinary rooms.

The contemporary hotel project uses natural light and remarkable design to frame the stunning views. Taking inspiration from traditional hollow bricks, used commonly in Brazilian architecture, designers from Arthur Casas Studios created hollow frames made with polycarbonate resin to allow the depth of the tropical light to flood the rooms ­– the material filters the UV light making the interiors light yet cool. The beautiful entrance hall has an eclectic collection of art, with highlight to the stunning panel created by Brazilian father of the tropical landscaping Roberto Burle Marx.

The guests to the Marvellous City will be immersed in a friendly and comfortable experience, with a team of butlers who customize their stay to their preferences in a soft luxurious way – attentive and informal, just so Rio de Janeiro. The hotel offers contemporary cuisine with the best organic and fresh Brazilian ingredients.

The hotel is an urban beach resort with almost 12 thousand square feet of relaxing and leisure areas. Spa Santapele offers a thorough wellness portfolio services in order to promote full body and mind balance. The spa space also features a steamer, dry sauna, special showers and fitness center.

On the rooftop the hotel features an amazing infinity pool that frames the breathtaking view that goes from Leme, Sugar Loaf Mountain included, until the Copacabana Fort. On this same picturesque perspective, the elegant rooftop restaurant offers a light and healthy menu, prepared with the freshest of ingredients.

Gastronomy’s connection to Rio has been elevated – thought carefully to delight the lovers of Carioca culinary heritage and the most demanding palates. Chef Damien Montecer’s menu created for the Emile restaurant values small local producers and farmers using fresh and artisanal products and has a strong bond to the Ocean, delivering a mixture full of bossa.