Miramar by Windsor
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Miramar by Windsor hotel has a fabulous location overlooking Copacabana Beach and within walking distance of Ipanema. Guest rooms have a contemporary, fresh feel. Soak in the views from the infinity edge rooftop pool or relax on Rio's most famous beach.
At a Glance
Prime beach front location but affords good value for money
Take in the stunning views over the city from the roof top infinity pool
Wander down to Ipanema beach for a spot of lunch or people watching
Kick start the day with a scrumptious breakfast while taking in the morning views across the beach
The Miramar by Windsor's central location is the perfect place from which to explore Rio de Janeiro's top attractions, glamorous shops, bars and restaurants and of course, the iconic beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema.
The hotel itself has a clean modern design throughout, and offers a very comfortable stay with attentive service on hand, affording good value for money. The rooms are light and spacious with views across the city and the golden sand of Copacabana. All rooms are en-suite with rainfall showers in bathrooms and there is even the option for personal butler service just to ensure that your every need is taken care of.
The hotel has excellent facilities including the rooftop pool which affords fantastic views over the coastline and the mountain backdrop, a modern fitness suite and a restaurant.
All rooms are equipped with modern amenities and are en-suite. All have air-conditioning, in room safes, phones, wifi, 42" Televisions and pillow menus.
Rooftop pool with amazing views, restaurant, gym, rooftop bar and lounge area.
Experience the highlights of Rio de Janeiro such as Christ the Redeemer and Sugar Loaf Mountain, explore the trendy neighborhood of Lapa and relax on the sands of Copacabana or Ipanema beaches.
Location & Directions
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Miramar Palace Hotel is situated on Copacabana Beach, within walking distance of Ipanema Beach, and approximately 15 miles from the Tom Jobim 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.