Fasano Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
At a Glance
Contemporary Starck-styled boutique hotel. It’s all about the glitz and glam here
Spectacular rooftop infinity pool great for people watching
The street below can be noisy as you are right in the heart of the action so be prepared. For peace and quiet we always try and request rooms higher up
Sip a cocktail in the fashionable Baretto Londra and enjoy a delicious seafood meal at the Al Mare Restaurant
Prime location in Ipanema, Rio's most exclusive neighborhood, a stone's throw from the best restaurants, bars and night spots
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The luxury Fasano hotel was designed in its entirety by the legendary Philippe Starck and seamlessly combines sophistication and contemporary elegance with the latest in technology. The modern twist to circa 1950s style is epitomized by open brickwork, white marble floors and contrasting rustic wood furniture.
The rooms and suites at the Fasano are the last word in luxury and slick design, with sumptuous hardwood floors, Dali-inspired ear shaped mirrors, fine Egyptian cotton bed linen and goose-down pillows. Attention has been given to every detail, right down to the sumptuous king beds in the ocean facing rooms and suites having been carefully placed on an incline to maximize the ocean view.
Dining at the Fasano is an experience in itself. The hotel's elegant Fasano Al Mare, specializing in Italian and locally inspired cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, is widely acclaimed around the world for its superb gastronomic cuisine. For something more casual guests can enjoy specially designed cocktails and light lunches at the hip Baretto-Londa bar, which doubles up as a nightclub.
The piece de resistance of the Fasano is without a doubt the large infinity pool on the roof deck, with spectacular views across the ocean and a trendy bar that is frequented by the Rio jet set. The perfect spot for enjoying a caipirinha whilst watching the sun go down.
Accommodation at the Fasano Rio comprises 79 rooms and 10 suites, each with private balcony and luxury marble bathroom with rain shower. All are elegantly furnished to the highest of standards and come complete with LCD-screen television, Wi Fi access and luxury amenities. Some of the rooms overlook the courtyard, whilst the remainder of the rooms and suites have ocean views. The suites also feature a spacious living area.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Fasano Rio. Connecting rooms are available and babysitting can be arranged on request.
Facilities at the Fasano Rio include a spectacular rooftop swimming pool, a luxury spa with steam room and sauna, a fitness center, restaurant and bars.
A full butler service is provided for all guests at the Fasano Rio. The hotel also operates a private beach service for guests, with sun loungers, umbrellas, bottled waters and magazines on offer. Complimentary transfers are also provided to other Fasano establishments in the city.
A variety of excursions can be arranged from the Fasano Rio including visits to some of the city's landmarks, such as Corcovado, Sugar Loaf, the Tijuca forest and the historic quarter of Santa Teresa.
Location & Directions
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Fasano Rio is located on the oceanfront in the stylish district of Ipanema, adjacent to Leblon. It's a 10-minute drive from Copacabana and 27km from the international airport.
When to go
Rio de Janeiro is a year round destination. Spring (September - October) is one of the nicest times to visit Rio, before the humidity sets in. Rio's forests and gardens are lush and beautiful to see at this time. Summer vacation begins in mid-December and lasts until February. During this time the beaches are packed with Cariocas working on their tans. This can also be the rainiest time of year in Rio. The heavy heat starts around October and will reach 40 degrees Celsius on a sunny day. Winter vacation happens in July and, although the days can stay hot, the evenings in Rio get relatively chilly dropping to 15 degrees Celsius. The winds and dampness can make this feel colder. Summers are best for diving while the winter months (June - August) are the best for surfers. Carnaval is held every year, 7 weeks before Easter Sunday. During this period, and often the weeks leading up to it, Rio is at its liveliest. It is also a time when prices skyrocket and crowds can become unbearable.