Emiliano is Brazil’s finest example of world class luxury hospitality. Located on Oscar Freire Street, in the heart of the exclusive Jardins neighborhood of Sao Paulo, the Emiliano Hotel sets the pace for a new age of luxury travel in Brazil. Guests experience authentic and modern Brazilian sophistication through contemporary ambiance, refined cuisine and singularly warm service.
Detail orientation is what best defines the Emiliano Hotel. From the clean lines and spaciousness of the award-winning architecture to the finely selected amenities, everything at the Emiliano has been carefully designed to maximize the comfort of the guests.
Emiliano is the first, trendsetter small luxury hotel in São Paulo. There are only 3 rooms on each of our exclusive floors, offered on the following categories: 27 luxury apartments with 42m2 and king size bed; 9 luxury apartments with 42m2 and two queen beds; 18 Emiliano suites with 84 m2 and king size bed; 1 Executive Suite with 84 m2 and king size bed; and 1 Cube Suite with 135 m2 and king size bed.
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- Spa Facilities
- Business Center
- Eco Tours
- Spa Facilities
- City Tours
Highlights & Reviews
- Anyone looking to hit all the classic Rio high notes will find plenty to fawn over here at the southern tip of Copacabana beach, overlooking its historic military fort. The full stretch of the famous sands sweeps out from below all the way to Sugarloaf Mountain, Arpoador’s cove-like beach is a 10-minute walk, and shopping and dining options abound, particularly the Galeria River arcade and the ever-lively ‘Baixo Copacabana’ nightlife hub that includes the sultry sounds of diminutive bar Bip Bip, a 15-minute walk up the seafront.
- In the spirit of the late, great Oscar Niemeyer’s voluptuous former HQ and the futuristic soon-to-open Museum of Image and Sound, Emiliano’s facade breaks up the bland concrete monstrosities of Avenida Atlântica with an intricate, organic series of panels that control the amount of sun streaming in of a morning. Woven fabrics adorn floors and walls along with wonderfully rough-hewn marble and the overall effect combines with lots of natural wood and the restaurant’s vast, living tropical wall to incredibly relaxing effect.
- The staff help to make a medium-sized hotel feel much cosier. Friendly, informed and eager to please, the on-call butler, room turn-downs and beach service all make for a refreshing change to Rio’s all-too frequent hospitality recalcitrance. Pop on personalised flip-flops and head to the magnificent rooftop pool that L-shapes in front of the sun-loungers to deliver a stunning tropical refuge, or hit the compact gym with its widescreen views over the Atlantic.
- Opt for the sea-view and be wowed by the panorama before you, the rumble of the road (mostly) drowned out by the crashing of waves. The bespoke beds, not to mention four different sizes and shape of pillow, make for an impeccable night’s sleep and morning coffee and evening caipirinhas on the balcony are musts, as is a long bath with views back through the bedroom to the ocean. Intuitive zonal lighting runs from the bedroom to the walk-in dressing area and split bathroom, and the toiletries are the Emiliano’s own gorgeous Santapele brand.
Rua Oscar Freire