Brazil Accommodation,
Rio de Janeiro and South East

Hotel Porto Bay Rio de Janeiro


The Porto Bay Rio De Janeiro certainly has some of the best stunning views of the coastline including the Sugarloaf, Corcovado and the Copacabana beachfront.

Copacabana is a great choice for visitors to Brazil who are interested in some down time in the city relaxing by the beach, walking and sightseeing.

The hotel features a restaurant and two bars with their own vibrant atmosphere and exotic drinks on offer. The rooftop bar is an incredible spot to watch the sunrise over the ocean. With international and Brazilian cuisine, La Finestra restaurant offers a rich buffet breakfast comprising fresh fruits, natural juices, hot and cold items. Lunch and dinner are à la carte.

Some rooms boast panoramic views, sea views and others feature a private balcony. There are plenty of options for room types to choose from.

The hotel has their own private beach area on Copacabana beach that is exclusively for hotel guests. They provide beach towels, parasols and chairs.

The hotel is within walking distance from popular bars, shops and restaurants. The nearest metro station is 600 yards from the hotel and Santos Dumont Airport is just 4.8 miles away.


Two Bars and a Restaurant, Free Wifi, a Fitness room with a view, Massage room with a view, Sauna and Steam room, Meeting rooms, an ATM, Lift, Laundry Service, Garden area, Balconies, minibar in the rooms, 24 hour front desk, Babysitting and Room service.

Optional Activities

Hiking and biking trails nearby, rent a bike, Surfing and surfing lessons, relax on Copacabana beach and explore the vibrant area. Tours and excursions are available from here.

John Melton

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Brazil tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Absolutely loved everything about the Jaguar Research Centre. The tented accommodation was great and good fun. The cook was large and jolly and looked after T well- the food was excellent here, and she had the most difficult conditions to contend with… 4 jaguar sightings. The first was at night, a fisherman called in so we took off down the river at brakeneck speed in the dark, found the other boats, and saw ‘Hugo’. The other 3 were in daylight… the highlight was following Mrs Butterfly hunting along the river bed. Had some good otter sightings. Very good boatman.

Mrs D T - Leicestershire