Porto de Galinhas in Brazil is not short of great hotels and whether you want an all-inclusive luxury resort or a small-scale boutique with a tailored service, there is a hotel that will cater for every whim. If you’re wondering which hotel to stay at in Porto de Galinhas, here are some of the best hotels in this little beachside town in the north of Brazil.
Pousada Tabajuba is a beachside boutique and is appropriately colorful to match its tropical surroundings. The Atlantic Ocean and a white-sand beach sit right on the hotel’s doorstep so guests can either enjoy lazy afternoons by the pool or make the most of Porto de Galinha’s stunning beaches and warm sea. The rooms are all filled with color and special suites come with an outdoor terrace and a hammock. Breakfast is served daily for all the guests and includes Brazilian specialties such as cake and freshly-made bread and plenty of local fruit.
One of the best-reviewed hotels in Porto de Galinhas, Hotel Armação ticks all the boxes for a stylish yet comfortable and family-friendly spot. Overlooking the palm tree-fringed beach, guests can enjoy the beachside view comfortably from the swimming pool or just take the short walk to take a dip in the sea. The rooms are spacious and all come with air-conditioning (a necessity in northern Brazil’s heat) and some come with balconies and hammocks. It’s suitable for all the family with plenty of kids’ entertainment and leisure activities such as sports and massages for the adults, as well as restaurants and bars on site.
Located right next to Porto de Galinhas’ stunning beach, Solar Porto de Galinhas Hotel is a picturesque spot with green gardens filled with palm trees that lead right down to the sea. The swimming pool has ocean views and a pool bar so you don’t even need to leave the water to treat yourself to a cocktail or some snacks. Throughout the garden are thatched huts with glass walls on all sides to have a cozy dinner for two outside in the tropical surroundings without being bothered by mosquitos. The Deluxe rooms are far from cheap yet have ocean views and a hot tub on the balcony, making sure that this will be a holiday to remember for years to come.
The Kembali Hotel has a prime spot in front of Porto de Galinhas’ gorgeous white beach so you can go back and forth from the beach and the hotel with ease. What makes this hotel stand out from the rest is that each room is individually styled based on either a music, retro, balneary, or Bali theme. Think colorful wallpaper and paintings of David Bowie on the wall. In addition to this quirky twist, the hotel has an outdoor pool, free WiFi throughout the property, and there is a poolside bar that serves up delicious cocktails and hearty snacks all day. The bonus point is that all rooms have a balcony with ocean views.
Just seconds away from the beach, guests at Porto de Galinhas Praia Hotel can easily walk down to the beach to enjoy the warm, turquoise sea or simply relax in the hotel’s sun loungers and take in the ocean views. The hotel has swimming pools for both adults and kids, making it a family-friendly option for those traveling with little ones. The restaurant in the hotel is open all day to provide a buffet-style breakfast which includes cereals, fresh fruits, bread, and cold cuts of ham and cheese, and also serves a buffet or à la carte for lunch and dinner too. The hotel provides entertainment activities for kids so adults can enjoy the onsite massages or take diving classes.
Marupiara by GJP is located right in front of the Porto de Galinhas’ beach which provides guests not only stunning beachside views but also a unique viewpoint of the daily sunsets across the ocean. The modern rooms are decorated with classic neutral tones to create a crisp and clean setting. Sunny days can be spent lounging by the swimming pool or making the most of the many services at the local spa. There is also a gym to keep your fitness routine in check and a beauty salon for when you feel like a bit of pampering. The hotel comes with two restaurants, one of which serves regional dishes using local ingredients.
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