Bringing a touch of amazing Grand Hyatt Rio’s first self-styled ‘urban resort’ will charm couples, bowl over families and enjoy the stiffest of conferences with its beachfront location and vast pool.
We will guide you through this wonderful object in this article. Let’s move.
A 30-minute drive from the airport; the hotel couldn’t be more central to Rio. The attractions of Rio’s beloved South Zone – from swinging Ipanema to Sugarloaf Mountain – 1 hour drive away.
Service & facilities
The basement spa is such an amazing thing, you will be really satisfied,
and the pumping limbs of the next-door, new technology fitness suite. Staff brings on the sands with towels,umbrellas and water, where you can learn to play volleyball, football, basketball and more luxury sports.
With well-considered touches like decent-sized balconies, sea views and really big bathrooms with separate shower and bath, even the standard rooms feel like best chill. An awesome ocean view, because the views across the Lagoa to the hills are a joyfull.
Value for money
Double rooms from £170. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
Food & drink
The three restaurants cover Brazilian, pan–Asian and Italian cuisine, with sushi and Japanese-grill tasting menu. The bar, bubbling with live on weekend evenings then transformed into a juice bar-meets-bakery in the mornings, which looks out to the Atlantic Ocean.
There is various fun for children, and the weekend keeps them entertained so parents can enjoy a peaceful brunch. Stand-up paddle and beach football lessons will be a hit with many, just keep alert by the main road to the beach, even when using the pedestrian crossing.
Guests with disabilities?
Each floor has access rooms for people with disabilities, all restaurants and most of the pool area are step-free.