Brasilia Palace Hotel-15.788361, -47.830975
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in Brazil
An outdoor heated swimming pool and a picnic area are featured in Brasilia Palace Hotel located 3.4 km from Brasília Yatch Club. Built in 1958, this classic-style venue was remodeled in 2007. The hotel comprises 107 rooms and offers excellent services maintained by multilingual staff.
Guests will appreciate a privileged location in the vicinity of Itamaraty Palace. Palácio da Alvorada is about 15 minutes away by foot.
There are shopping centres and commercial centres in the proximity of the hotel.
Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek airport can be reached in 20 minutes by car from Brasilia Palace Hotel.
Satellite TV, a storage and direct dial telephone are included in every guestroom at Brasilia Palace hotel. Guests can relax overlooking the lake from the en-suite rooms. They are furnished with an unique décor.
Eat & Drink
The designed restaurant offers a wide range of light dishes from Italian cuisine. Guests can enjoy the lobby bar on premises. Situated 400 meters from the venue Bar do Alemao Brasilia serve a variety of food.
There are a free carpark, storage for belongings and a cloakroom at guests' disposal.
Guests of Brasilia Palace Hotel will enjoy an outdoor swimming pool with a poolside snack bar, sun loungers, umbrellas and a sauna available.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Year renovated: 2007. Number of rooms: 107.
Off-site car park
24-hour room service
Poolside snack bar
Picnic area/ Tables
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- 24-hour room service
- Bicycle rental
- Self-service laundry
- Medical facilities service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Poolside snack bar
- Picnic area/ Tables
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Lake view
- Air conditioning
- Living room
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Bathroom telephone
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Direct dial telephone
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Single bed
In the Room
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds, 1 Single bed
1 Single bed
- City landmarks
This was perhaps the poshest hotel I've stayed at in Brazil (a clear notch above, say, the Deville or Golden Tulip standard) and a great value at the rate offered. The room was large, quiet, comfortable, and in excellent condition. The staff were courteous and helpful. The Niedermeyer architecture is interesting, if a bit impractical, and the setting is attractive, amidst a large lawn sloping down to the lake. We stayed only one night and did not dine in the restaurant, but it is beautiful and serves a fine example of the typical breakfast buffet of cafe com leite, juices, fruits, breads, scrambled eggs and meats.
The hotel seemed oddly empty: few cars in the parking lot, few other guests in evidence in the halls or at breakfast. That's certainly preferable to noisy crowds, but at times one had the eerie sensation of being in an architectural museum rather than a functioning hotel. Because of the isolated setting, a car /taxi would be needed to go anywhere other than the next hotel over.
The hotel represents very well the arquiteture of the city and is placed ina a quite area.
The shower is awful. I needed 20min every time I wnated to take a bath just to regulate the temperature. The balcony has a high parapet so you cant sit and enjoy the view. If you want to stay staring at the lake you must keep stand. The internet at the rooms is with cable and the cable is very short. You cant acess the internet layed in the bed.
The Staff are excellent. I would recommend anyone to stay there. The rooms are very clean the Staff speak very good english and always show that they care. Anyone who loves Oscar Niemeyer's work should stay in this Hotel
The renovation of the hotel has created an amazing destination for design afficionados.
We asked the front desk for an iron but they didn't have one. Not a big deal.
Noisy- can hear the neighbours, Bad location, far from everything, no shops, only one expensive restaurant. Internet only for one computer in the guestrooms, no WIFI (only in the lobby). Staff not helpful, and not friendly at all (reception).
Good design, wonderful breakfast, nice park around the place & relaxed atmosphere.
Horribly slow internet (cable only, room wifi was down at the time of my stay), no ATM anywhere near the hotel (you are forced to pay for trips in other currencies with yuck rates & have to take cab to change money), old TV.
Wonderful staff and a really beautiful hotel, expecially for the price.
As soon as I heard that there was a hotel in Brasilia designed by Oscar Niemeyer, I knew I had to stay there, regardless of any downsides. However, there are very few I can think of. I enjoyed the peaceful location, the helpfulness of the staff (many able to speak English), the pool and the restaurant. I had a fantastic stay!
The only real consideration you need to think about if staying at this hotel is its distance from the city. Without a hire car, your only option is to use taxis, which can get expensive if you use them often. A hotel shuttle would have been really helpful. I would also like to see wi-fi available in the rooms (not just the lobby) as I couldn't use the cable access with my phone.
Very good hotel, designed/built by Oscar Niemeyer! It is by the South Lake of Brasilia, very calm and relaxing area. The restaurant is excellent, has a large pool, nice garden, very goos and spacious rooms, cable internet in the rooms and wireless in the restaurant and halls. Large parking lot, parking included.
You either have to have a car, or take taxis, there is no public transportation and the hotel is far from any commecial area. Excellent for a relaxing stay, or if you have a car.
the history of the building, the sofistication in the architecture, good staff, speacially Luciana, Marcel, João e all the other at night.
1) I was so pleased to be staying in an original ODM hotel and i loved the calm of the place in comparison to the very commercial looking Tulip next door - this was much classier and beautifully decorated. 2) But what made it really special were all the staff and the english speaking ones in particular who were stunningly helpful and charming and made the place a delight to stay in - please extend my thanks to them all and to Luciana in particular
All small comments but 1) I wish i could have made the wifi work more easily - but prob partly my fault. 2) I wish there had been more chairs in the grounds to sit on as so lovely to be outside if you are a Brit eg down by the water ( but i suppose you dont want to spoil the lines of the building) 3) I wish there had been a gym ( but i might not have used it) and 4) i wish i had been able to use the hotel bus or more frequent public buses into town so not just confined to taxis
The architecture of Oscar Nemeyer
The incorrect information about the feasibility of walking in Brasilia...
This is an absolutely stunning hotel, the rooms are really well equipped, comfortable and really well designed. The common areas are beautifully restored and the pool loks ace. If you want to stay in somewhere truly unique, then this place is a real winner.
THe location isn't great as it's miles from anywhere but if you have your own transport it is great and the taxis are pretty good value.
Wonderful hotel for lovers of Brazilian modernist architecture
Internet is slow and by cable
Staying at a hotel designed by Oscar Niemeyer is certainly a plus in a first visit to Brasilia. Also, the hotel seems to be brand new.
There is a lack of furniture in certain areas that makes the hotel feel less confortable. Facilities are rather scarce.