The Best Hotels to Book in Londrina, Brazil

Blue Tree Londrina occupies a tall tower in the prosperous neighborhood of Jardim Higienópolis
Blue Tree Londrina occupies a tall tower in the prosperous neighborhood of Jardim Higienópolis | Courtesy of Blue Tree Londrina / Expedia
Photo of Alex Robinson
9 December 2021

If the name Londrina sounds familiar, that’s because the second city of Paraná state was christened Little London by British immigrants who settled here in the 1930s. They were followed by a steady influx of Japanese, Italians and Germans, who left their mark with faux-Bavarian houses, Italianate churches and parks dotted with torii gates straight out of Tokyo. The city is green with parks and has one of the largest student populations in the country. Not sure where to stay? We know the best hotels in Londrina – bookable on Culture Trip.

Thomasi Hotel Maringá, for dining out

Three hot tubs built into wooden decking beside four cushioned loungers and an ivy-clad wall in spa at Thomasi Hotel Maringá
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The Thomasi is in the small Londrina commuter town of Maringá, about 40 minutes’ drive from the city. It’s a comfortable affair, done out in corporate-cool style. Rooms come in a palette of browns and taupes, with polished floor tiles and small windows overlooking the busy Avenida Colombo highway, which connects Maringá with Londrina. A large buffet breakfast is included in the price, and the hotel has a spa with heated jacuzzis overlooking an outdoor pool and a restaurant. If you fancy dining out, you needn’t go far, as there’s a choice of dining spots a 10-minute drive away.

Cedro Hotel, for a gym and sauna

Exterior of the flat-roofed Cedro Hotel, by a road and bushes, and under clear blue skies
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Cedro is well positioned a few blocks from the city center, next to the Paróquia Nossa Senhora Rainha dos Apóstolos church and its leafy park. Overlooking Avenida Juscelino Kubitschek, Londrina’s principal urban highway, the rooms are motel-simple, with a bed and a scattering of patent leather furniture set against an unfussy color scheme of whites offset by polished floor tiles. Stays are good value, with breakfast included in the price, and there’s a gym and sauna as well as on-site parking.

Blue Tree Premium Londrina, for a suite with a balcony

Stacked, multi-story exterior of Blue Tree Premium Londrina, set amid many taller high-rise buildings
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Hotels in Londrina don’t get much better than the Blue Tree, which occupies a tall tower in the prosperous neighborhood of Jardim Higienópolis, next to the city center. Rooms are modern and rather anonymous in style, with off-white walls, polished laminates and smart fitted wooden furniture. Book a suite and you’ll get a balcony. For tired limbs there’s an efficient spa with a decent-size pool, saunas and steam rooms; expect, too, a restaurant and an upper-floor sun deck with expansive views of the cityscape and surrounding countryside.

Hotel Boulevard, for a jacuzzi for two

Cream-and-brown atrium of Hotel Boulevard, with mezzanine seating, steps and handrail to ground floor, plus a central elevator
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It’s worth upgrading to a suite in the Boulevard, which holds pride of place in a tall glass tower right in the center of Londrina. Decor-wise, they’re the same as the standard spaces – polished tiles and lashings of taupe – but the extra outlay gets you a jacuzzi bath for two and separate living and dining areas, and the suites on the upper floors have some of the best views of any hotel in Londrina. Explore and you’ll find a small rooftop pool and a meat-focused restaurant. There’s also on-site parking.

Comfort Suites, for easy access to the airport

Exterior of the glass-fronted, palm-lined Comfort Suites at dusk
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Comfort Suites can be found on the outskirts of the city, next to the Catuaí Shopping Londrina mall. It’s perfectly positioned for rapid access to the airport and downtown. Other than the mall, which has a good choice of restaurants, there is little nearby, but you can easily join the main freeway to Curitiba and Foz do Iguaçu – and the hotel has parking. Expect lots of laminate and white, with faux-pine work desks and a bedside table. There’s also a pool, and a generous breakfast is included.

London Hotel, for a kitchenette

Cream-painted exterior of London Hotel, with three cars parked by the palm-lined roadside next to it
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This Londrina hotel overlooks a busy urban highway on the outskirts of the residential neighborhood of Shangri-Lá. There aren’t many restaurants nearby, but book one of the flats and you’ll get a kitchenette and dining table; the sparely furnished standard rooms are surgically white and compact. Meanwhile, a breakfast big enough to last until the evening is included in the price, there’s ample guarded on-site parking and the hotel is well located for rapid access to the interstate highways going east and west.

Hotel Sumatra, for the location

Tall, orange-clad exterior of Hotel Sumatra, with green trees on either side of its entrance walkway
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Few hotels in Londrina have a better location than the Sumatra, which enjoys a convenient location on Avenida Juscelino Kubitschek, meaning rapid highway access to the airport. It’s in the heart of the business center, but leisure travelers are also welcome. Rooms come in a palette of soft whites, with dark-wood laminate floors and unfussy furnishings – desk, bedside tables and a chair, while the ensuites look the part with lashings of polished stone and box showers. The hotel is popular for weddings and is often busy with large groups.

Villalba, for travelers on a budget

Exterior of flat-roofed, three-story Villalba, with a small palm tree on the brick-paved walkway outside
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The rooms in this cheapie on the edge of the city may be backpacker-basic (with plain taupe walls and furnishings amounting to a bed and bedside table), but they’re good value. Need to catch an early flight, or sleep after a hectic arrival? The hotel is close to the airport and right next to the interstate highway going north and south, and there’s a large shopping mall – with plenty of stores, restaurants and a cinema – a few minutes’ walk away. The price even includes a buffet breakfast.

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