Tropical and Chic in Rio a Hispanic Business Destination

Hotel Santa Teresa
Explore two outstanding Rio hotels for a memorable offshore event

 

Rio de Janeiro tourism is booming! For Hispanic business groups and meetings, business pricing is always best in off season, starting in April and bottoming out in June through September. Rio de Janeiro is one of the best places to experience Brazil, showing off its beautiful people, beaches and love of life! It’s certain to be an unforgettable experience.Travel veteran Noel Mayforth Carroll highlights the two distinctive Rio de Janeiro’s hotels for a memorable Hispanic business off shore event. They include The Hotel Santa Teresa, a new design-concept hotel, is considered one of the most beautiful hotels in South America. A luxurious boutique hotel, it is surrounded by culture and historic sites. The Caesar Park is located at the famous Ipanema beach offering convenient beach access and stunning views and a state of the art convention center. Explore both these attractive hotels for your business needs.

 

 

Hotel Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro

 

 

 

The Hotel Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro’s newest design-concept hotel, is considered one of the most beautiful hotels in South America.

After three years of careful restoration, the hotel reopens its doors as a Relais & Châteaux Hotel redefining the boutique, luxury experience in Rio de Janeiro. A historical coffee plantation mansion, located in the most noble area of Santa Teresa, which is the cultural and historic heart of Rio de Janeiro, this boutique hotel is close to the main tourist attractions of the city, including Guanabara Bay, Corcovado, Sugarloaf, Tijuca Forest and the historical centre. It provides fast and easy access to the best beaches in and close to the city.

The Hotel Santa Teresa is surrounded by colonial mansions, museums, and artist atelier. It represents the authentic Rio, a place where high-rise buildings and traffic are replaced by red-tiled rooftops, cobblestone streets and exuberant nature.

 

 

 

The hotel’s 44 tropical design rooms and suites blend the finest natural elements with the latest technology for comfort and convenience, with unique style and elegance. Each room and suite offers a unique view; from the red-tiled roofs of colonial houses and tropical gardens surrounding the hotel, to the magnificent mountain range and bustling Rio de Janeiro below, to the Christ the Redeemer statue perched high above.

Perfect for your next small intimate meeting or board of directors group, the Hotel Santa Teresa evokes the senses from the maze of corridors and wooden stair leading to the rooms, filled with aromas from coffee beans, to the lounge, where one can enjoy a cocktail on the open-air terrace overlooking the treetops. Boasting meeting rooms for up to 70 persons, the hotel also offers a luxury spa and semi Olympic pool. At sophisticated, yet casual Térèze Restaurant, world cuisine by Executive Chef Damien Montecer and more than 200 labels of wine delight the most demanding palates.

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