Insolito Boutique Hotel

Location: Rio de Janeiro | Brazil

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

With a stunning location in one of Brazil’s trendiest destinations, Insolito Boutique hotel in Búzios features an attractive swimming pool overlooking the picturesque bay of Praia de Ferradura. Facing west, guests can enjoy gorgeous Brazilian sunsets, and with traditional hand-painted art and stylish décor, the French owner has created an intimate space with relaxation in mind.
Perfect forCouples will love the dreamy views and chic atmosphere.
In the knowThe name Insolito comes from the Portuguese word for ‘unusual’ or ‘extraordinary’ – a fitting description for the artistic nature of this unique hotel.

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  • Setting & Views
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  • Chic Design
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview


Búzios is situated on a peninsula three hours north of Rio de Janeiro.

Rooms at Insolito Boutique Hotel

The owner’s passion for Brazilian art is evident in each individually-styled room, and the unique décor features original sculptures, drawings and painted tiles. We recommend upgrading to a spacious Master room to enjoy ocean views from private verandas, or for a special occasion, splash out on the Orfeu da Conceição – the hotel’s luxury suite, with its own outdoor whirlpool facing the sea.

Food and Facilities

Guests can enjoy alfresco dining in an enchanting garden setting at the hotel’s restaurant, where the French-Brazilian menu features a variety of fresh fish and seafood, plus international dishes too. Indulging in a Caipirinha is an absolute must in Brazil – choose from a specialist menu and enjoy the nation’s favourite cocktail whilst enjoying the magical views of the bay.

Activities at Insolito Boutique Hotel

Explore the fabulous beaches of the Búzios peninsula – there are over twenty coves to explore – and dine on fine international cuisine at the chic restaurants of the Rua das Pedras; this cobblestoned oceanfront promenade is ‘the place to be' once night falls. Snorkel through crystal clear waters to catch a glimpse of the area’s vibrant marine life, or head to the southern coastline where the bigger waves are popular with a surf crowd, especially at Geribá.

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