Brazil Accommodation,
Pantanal and Central West

Kubitschek Plaza Hotel


The smart five-star Kubitschek Hotel is located in Brasilia’s northern commercial sector, just 15 minutes’ drive from the airport and within walking distance of three large shopping centres.

The hotel offers 250 well equipped, spacious rooms and suites, all with en suite bathrooms, balconies, cable TV, desk and chair, minibar, safety deposit box, hairdryer and air-conditioning.

There is a small gym, spa, outdoor swimming pool and two fine dining restaurants serving traditional Brazilian and international cuisine. Other facilities include room and laundry service and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

Brasilia was planned and designed in 1960 as the new capital of Brazil. It has a modern and unique landscape and layout. There is plenty of interesting architecture to see, much of it built by Oscar Niemeyer under orders from the president at the time. A tour of this fascinating city will also give a much greater understanding of the history of Brazil as a whole.


Private bathroom and balcony, cable TV, safety deposit box, hairdryer, minibar, free Wi-Fi, gym, spa, outdoor swimming pool, air- conditioning and room and laundry services.

Optional Activities

A tour of the Brasilia’s principle landmarks is the main attraction of any visit there. A typical itinerary might include the Esplanade dos Ministérios, Cathedral, Itamaraty Palace, National Congress, Três Poderas Square, Alvorada Palace, TV Tower, Gemas Museum, Memorial JK and Santuário Dom Bosco.

John Melton

Area Specialist

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

We really enjoyed every aspect [of the Jaguar Research Centre]… highlights included jaguar attacking giant otters near the camp (we have a couple of photos of this amazing behaviour!). Harpy eagle chick at Hotel Amazonica and adult at Cristalino. Total of 6 jaguar sightings. Total of nearly 300 spp. Birds including 5 spp. Macaws. Seeing an as yet undescribed species of poison dart frog.

Prof M H - Devon