A showcase tower-block first class property on Copacabana Beach with facilities for leisure and business guests.
With 38 floors, Hilton Copacabana towers over prestigious Avenida Atlantica - the main strip that runs along world famous Copacabana Beach. It's a busy hotel, popular with business and leisure travellers alike, and has impressive facilities for Copacabana where space is always at a premium. These include a spa, gym and two pools, one of which is a small infinity pool way up on the 40th floor with sweeping views down over the beach and towards Sugar Loaf Mountain. Acquired by Hilton from the Windsor Hotels group (May 2017), we expect the hotel's new owners to make some changes during the coming years.
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