Ipanema Plaza Hotel

Located just one block back from the beach and close to Ipanema's numerous bars, restaurants and shops

Ipanema Plaza Hotel

Part of the Golden Tulip international hotel chain, the Ipanema Plaza hotel in Rio de Janeiro has 140 modern rooms and suites and is located just one block back from the beach and close to Ipanema’s numerous bars, restaurants and shops.

All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, wireless internet, minibar, cable TV and electronic safe. The hotel facilities include a large (by Rio’s standards) rooftop pool, two saunas, a fitness room, and restaurant specialising in Asian cuisine.

Like the majority of hotels in Rio de Janeiro’s beach districts, the Ipanema Plaza Hotel lacks any specific character but is modern, clean and comfortable with efficient, friendly staff and is well located for exploring the beach and experiencing the sights and sounds of Rio.


Rooftop swimming pool, sauna, fitness room, restaurant, business centre, barber/beauty shop, 24 hr front desk, room service, laundry/valet service. The hotel is just 100 metres from the famous Copacabana beach.

Optional Activities

Excursions to some of the city’s most famous sights such as Sugarloaf Mountain, Christ the Redeemer on Corcovado, the Maracana football stadium, the botanical gardens, and the Santa Teresa and Lapa districts.

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Ian Loyd
Area Specialist

Rio de Janeiro is a year round destination. It is hottest from December to April.

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