Insolito is a contemporary-chic boutique hotel set overlooking attractive Ferradura Bay in the beach resort of Buzios, 2.5 hours from Rio. Explore picturesque beaches around the peninsula and enjoy the buzzing nightlife nearby.
At a Glance
Located further away from the hustle and bustle overlooking Ferradura beach rather than slap bang in the middle of Buzios, which is a busy and popular resort
The hotel’s 20 rooms are full of arts and crafts from local Brazilian artisans
All the rooms have a unique theme; whether that’s celebrating Cultura Negra, South American photography or Brazilian modern art
Plenty of chill out areas to relax and unwind
It even has two boats available for use by guests to explore the pensinsula
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Insolito or take a look at our itineraries to Southern Coast
Insolito's arrival in Buzios has raised the standard for luxury accommodation in the area with spacious guest rooms and suites offering elegant decor with Brazilian influences and great views out across the bay.
Each of the deluxe rooms has a small garden and ocean views, and the suites have private balconies where you can take in the lovely views. The style, colors, drapes, and furniture of Insolito are chic and ooze individuality.
The common areas are stunning situated on two levels overlooking the Ferradura Bay and Ilha de Prenda. There are steps down to the beach and it is easy to walk to others.
The hotel's restaurant offers a range of Brazilian cuisine, and there's a small spa where you can unwind, or take a private yoga lesson. Located just 5 minutes drive from the lively center of town the hotel is a little haven of tranquillity but not too far from the action!
There are many reasons to go to Buzios: the beauty of the 26 beaches on the peninsula, the charm of the old fishing village, the regional and international restaurants, the golf course, the famous boutiques which are open until dawn on Rua das Pedras, the vibrant nightlife - experience partying Brazil style, the Film Festival, and the picturesque Atlantic forest back drop.
There are five categories of rooms: Superior, Deluxe, Master Suites and the Insolito Suite. The difference is in size, and the décor is unique in each. There are 24 rooms and suites in total.
3 Superior Room : 21 to 24 m2 ; two garden view, one has a veranda with garden view
6 Deluxe Rooms : 30 to 43 m2; two with ocean view (one of these had a bathtub in the bathroom), four with beach view (three of these with whirlpool on the balcony)
5 Junior Suites : 43 to 66 m2; three with ocean view, three with beach view (two with whirlpool on the balcony)
5 Master Suites : 43 to 66 m2; two with ocean view and whirlpool on the balcony, 3 with garden view and whirlpool on the balcony.
3 Insolito Suites : 67 m2 ; ocean view, whirlpool on the balcony, large balcony. Two of these have a living room. One of these have two rooms, one with a master bed and another with two single beds.
1 Honeymoon Suite 66m2 (room size, not including the swimming pool) : 4m deep private pool, living room, whirlpool in the bathroom
Children are very welcome at Insolito however do note that there are no specific children's facilities.
Insolito has two swimming pools, sauna, steam room, wellness center, Jacuzzi, ofuro, restaurant, bar, two boats for exclusive hotel use and bicycle
Your gastronomy experience here focuses on a Franco-Brazilian fusion, delicious dishes of fish, seafood and meat are served with views of Ferradura Beach.
Location & Directions
Insolito is set overlooking Ferradura Beach in Buzios, 160km from Rio de Janeiro and 529km from São Paulo, in the Lagos Fluminense region.
When to go
Go in low season (March-June and October-December) to avoid the crowds and the heat. It can be quite cool from July to August (usually in the low 20°C's). The hottest time is from December to February, when temperatures often reach 30°C and above and it can be humid with frequent short bursts of rain. This is also the busiest time of year (New Year is one big party). Weekends are also busier than weekdays here.