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Hotels in Rio de Janeiro

Hotels in Rio de Janeiro

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Portuguese.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Rio de Janeiro is the Real.

£10 = 3 pints of beer.

Local Time

3 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Rio de Janeiro is in the south of Brazil, which means it experiences incredibly hot summers running from September through to March. Outside of these months, the weather is still warm. The off season between May and October can be a nice time to visit as temperatures become more bearable. January to April is the rainy season, so be prepared to get wet as you explore all that Rio has to offer.
If you want to stay in one of Rio’s liveliest neighbourhoods, choose a hotel in Copacabana. The famous crescent-shaped Copacabana beach is a firm favourite for both locals and tourists wanting to bask in the sun or enjoy a game of volleyball.To view the dynamic district from above, climb the Morro do Leme. Hikers can follow the path up from the beach to Forte do Vigia at the top, which takes around 20 minutes.You can enjoy Copacabana’s vibrant nightlife by booking a hotel near Bip Bip. At the popular bar you can listen to live choro and samba performances from local musicians. Or you might prefer accommodation near Mariuzinn Night Club. Due to its boisterous party scene, Copacabana may be more suited to adults and couples.Hotels in Botafogo and Urca are the best bet for families. Located in the south zone of Rio, the neighbourhoods offer plenty to do in the day. You could try relaxing at the beautiful Praia Vermelha Beach, which is located opposite the square in Urca. There is a less hectic atmosphere than Copacabana beach due to it being less frequented by locals. Take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and luscious vegetation from a kayak or paddleboard.You can also view the spectacular landscapes from a cable car to Sugarloaf Mountain. For James Bond fanatics – it was featured in the 1979 classic Moonraker. You can board from Praia Vermelha Beach.If you want to be near Rio’s main historical landmarks, chose a hotel in Centro. Watch an opera performance at Theatro Municipal or visit the Museu Nacional de Belas Artes for some of Rio’s finest paintings and sculptures.

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