Well-priced and conveniently located hotel a couple of blocks from the prestigious frontage of Copacabana beach.
The Windsor hotels in Rio de Janeiro (there are 11) constitute a successful and growing chain of contemporary properties. The Martinique, a well-priced mid-range hotel, has a very convenient location just a couple of blocks from the prestigious frontage of Copacabana beach, steps away from its restaurants, beach bars and shops. It's also just a ten-minute walk from the chic district of Ipanema.
The modern building has a glass façade and public areas fashioned from marble and granite. There are over 100 compact and corporately decorated en suite rooms across seven floors; if you’d like a partial ocean view, go for one of the larger superior rooms. There is a restaurant, bar, terrace and very small rooftop pool – not suitable for swimming but handy for a quick cool-off.
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