Orla Copacabana Hotel
AddressAvenida Atlantica, 4122 Rio de JaneiroSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The Spanish-owned Orla Copacabana has attractive, understated rooms, but the beach-facing location is the real draw. The standard rooms are too dark and cramped, so it's not worth staying here unless you book one of the deluxe rooms with those unobstructed ocean views.
Our independent authors have visited Orla Copacabana Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Copacabana & Leme.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Description provided by property
Facing Copacabana Beach, within a 5-minute walk from Ipanema Beach, this hotel features free Wi-Fi, a rooftop pool and a restaurant. It offers panoramic Sugar Loaf and ocean views.
Rooms at Orla Copacabana display neutral colours and modern décor. They provide air conditioning, cable TV and minibar, plus free Wi-Fi. Some also offer scenic ocean views.
A rich buffet breakfast is served daily and Brazilian and international dishes are on offer from the hotel’s restaurant. The pool bar and the lobby bar serve exotic cocktails and traditional appetizers.
The fitness centre provides beachfront views and a sauna is available for use. The front desk is on-hand 24 hours a day and room service is available.
General Osório Subway Station is 7 blocks from the 4-star Orla Copacabana Hotel, which allows visitors to access other parts of Rio.
In order to guarantee a booking, the hotel requires the guests credit card details. If you are not the credit card holder of a card you wish to use, please contact Orla Copacabana directly to provide documentation.
Please note that in case of non-refundable reservations, the hotel may contact guests in order to request additional information related to the credit card and credit card holder, as well as an authorization form for credit card charge.
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