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Brazil is booming, there’s no doubt about it. It’s the South American hotspot you need to be heading to for endless beaches, hedonistic parties and most importantly, fabulously luxurious hotels in some of the most idyllic settings. Here’s a pick of the bunch to experience a luxury South American holiday at its very best.

Fasano, Rio de Janeiro

Think city chic, think Fasano Rio. With its fantastic location overlooking the famous Ipanema Beach, this is the perfect hotel for experiencing this frenetic city in sleek style. 10 of the suites have been designed by none other than Philippe Starck, and combine retro chic with contemporary style – not to mention some fantastic across the ocean. Throw in a top class restaurant and rooftop pool and it’s not hard to see why this is the place to stay in Rio.

Casa Cairucu, Paraty

Overlooking a bay in the protected waters of one of Brazil’s most spectacular settings Casa Cairucu is a true hidden gem in the beautiful Paraty region. Accessed only by boat, it’s surrounded by pristine beaches, huge swathes of rainforest and traditional fishing communities. The house itself was built in 2010, is modern and certainly makes the most of the sea views. There’s a boat at the house to explore the surrounding waters and if you fancy taking the indulgence level a notch, they can arrange your own professional chef to take care of your culinary needs.

Chili Beach, Jericoacoara  

If you’re looking for uncrowded, untouched beaches in pure tranquility, Jericoacoara is the place to be. Sitting on Brazils North East coast amidst the rolling sand dunes of an environmentally protected area, Chili Beach is a small, boutique hideaway in this charming fishing village. A member of Boutique Hotels and Resorts, Chili Beach has just 6 charming suites, a wellness spa and restaurant serving up the freshest fish in the region.

Written by Exsus Luxury Holidays

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