Welcome to 里约热内卢


Watched over by the legendary Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro is known for its iconic mountainous heights. From Corcovado, Urca Mountain, Pedra da Gavea, or the monolithic Sugarloaf Mountain, the views of Guanabara Bay will give anyone vertigo. The bustling city climbs up lush hills, wraps itself around vast sections of granite and flows towards a shimmering shoreline, studded with white sandy beaches and idyllic islands.

The magic of the Cidade Maravilhosa is that it enjoys an undeniably unique location. Opposite the Atlantic, on the East Coast of the largest country in Latin America, Rio bursts out of the tropical forest and mingles with its rugged greenery. The only city in the world to boast its very own national park, Tijuca, Rio lives to the rhythm of vibrant nature, filled with multi-coloured birds and flowers smelling of spicy fragrances. Its raw temperament is celebrated within its Botanical Garden, where its palm trees offer a welcome breath of fresh air.

Since the 1920s, Rio has also been a popular destination due to its long beaches lined by the deep blue sea. Although the golden age of Copacabana, popular with the international jet set in the 1950s, may be over, its fine sand will always be associated with the joyful, seductive life of the Cariocas. Today, visitors prefer the beaches of Ipanema and Leblon, which can be found next to the chic neighbourhoods of the same name. These hip districts synonymous with trendy, laid-back youngsters, are the epicentre of a way of life lived to a bossa nova beat. It comes to life in its stylish bars and restaurants and the string of elegant boutiques showcasing local designers. Although the malls, Barra Shopping and Shopping Leblon, are popular reference points, Brazil is also a land of inspiration for high-end designers.
Rio, a melting pot of different influences is buzzing with life, and imbued with a crazy kind of electric energy, by day as well as by night, when it hums with caipirinhas. Its intensity is never as striking as it is during the famous Rio Carnival, which brings the city to life every year. It draws on a prolific musical and artistic scene, driven by prestigious events such as the Rio Film Festival. In the bohemian neighbourhood of Santa Teresa, with its stepped streets and colonial buildings with genuine old-fashioned charm, you can really feel this cultural buzz. Explore its studios and art galleries, before seeking out the peace and quiet of Leme, a small seaside resort north-east of Copacabana, or Urca, famous for its stunning Art Deco buildings.
Next, you can step back in time to when Rio was discovered by Portuguese explorers by heading to Cinelândia. It is lined with historic buildings, like the National Museum of Fine Arts. Not far away, the modernist MAM tells the story of the 20th century through Brazilian art. But it is further afield, opposite the futurist architecture of Oscar Niemeyer’s MAC that you can really understand the essence of Rio de Janeiro, intrinsically linked to that of the whole country. Stefan Zweig summed it up when he said: “When one describes Brazil’s present, one talks without any knowledge of the past. It is only by having the future in sight that one can really understand what it means.” How true: the Football World Cup had barely finished in 2014 and Rio was already beginning to prepare for its next moment in the spotlight: the 2016 Olympic Games.

里约热内卢 • 巴西


里约热内卢 • 巴西

美憬阁索菲特,圣特雷莎 RJ 酒店(2016 年 2 月开业)

酒店可直达城市的经济枢纽,如 Avenida Rio Branco、博塔福古海滩、会展中心、Marina da Gloria 码头和桑托斯都蒙特机场。酒店还靠近...


里约热内卢 • 巴西




When to go

Rio is a great destination to go all year around. It is characterised by a tropical climate with daytime temperatures superior to 25°C almost all year around. Expect a hot season from December to April, a rainy season from September to December and a cool season between May to August.
The average number of rainy days and rainfalls are generally at their highest from October to February, with frequent 30 minutes showers followed by a clear sky.
The best period to visit Rio is from February to April when the temperatures are warm around 23-25°C. However, the rest of the year is also great.


  • Jan

    New Year’s Celebrations, early January

  • Fev

    Rio Carnival, all month of February

  • Mar

    Rio Circuit, cycling tournament, late March

  • Apr

    Holy Week and Easter celebrations, late March/early April

  • May

    Victory Day, commemorative celebrations WWII, 18th of May

  • Jun

    Festa Junina, June Bonfire Festivals, late June

  • Jul

    Paraty International Literary Festival, late July and early August

  • Aug

    Olympic Games 2016 in Rio, early to late August

  • Sep

    Rock in Rio, music festival, mid to late Septembere

  • Oct

    Rio International Film festival, late September to early October

  • Nov

    Fashion Rio, mid-November

  • Dec

    Christmas celebrations and parades, late December

Public transportation is not that easy to organise in Rio, mainly due to the size and geography of the city and the absence of developed infrastructure. If traveling by car or taxi, expect to get caught easily in traffic jam from early in the morning to potentially late at night.
Expect a short range of methods of transportation, including: local cabs, private car services, rental car, metro, tram, buses and bikes.
We highly recommend private car services and taxis since these they are quite inexpensive and easy to find in Rio de Janeiro. For safety reasons we would not recommend using buses or the metro at night or in specific areas of the city.
Keep in mind that when driving in Rio, you must drive on the left side of the road. Nevertheless we do not recommend to book a car in Rio for long distance trips.

Taxis are quite inexpensive in Rio and are the best way to move around the city.
They can be hailed on the street, found at taxi ranks or booked in advance through one of the numerous Rio taxi company. Radio taxis such as Yellow taxis are safe and reliable even if they apply a 30% additional charge than regular taxis.
The initial charge is R$ 4,50 and add R$ 1,60 for each kilometer. Some additional charges may apply.
Credit cards are usually not accepted and keep in mind that you will have sometimes to negotiate the final fare with the taxi drivers when they will try to apply a fee instead of the metered system.

Rio International Airport (Rio Galeao - Tom Jobim) is located about 25 kilometers from the city center. Expect a 45 minutes journey and a fare of R$ 63(depending upon traffic, the time of day).
Metered taxis are available and private transfers can be arranged at the airports.

* 房价为起步价。 优惠视酒店条件和客房情况以及选择的酒店的优惠情况而定。 请查看价格的销售条款和条件。 根据国家的不同,这些价格可能不包含税费,可能仅包含增值税,也可能包含所有税费(增值税和假日税)。 如果这些价格不含所有税费,相关的税费(增值税和/或假日税)将呈现在预定过程中的下述阶段。 该价格仅在预订时确认。




* 必填项目

浏览 So Boutique 系列酒店