No need to say much about Rio, "Marvelous City" cast in between beautiful mountains and white sandy beaches, is renowned for its rhythms and its people wide open smiles. Overlooking the natural reserve, the resort brings elegance and comfort to your stay in Rio, with a spa retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation, inspired gastronomic options, and daily activities. Step out of the resort and explore Barra da Tijuca! One of the most exclusive areas in Rio, famous for paradisiac beaches and urban attractions.
Coastal living goes Carioca at Grand Hyatt Rio de Janeiro. This sleek, 436-room urban resort, located in the exclusive Barra da Tijuca neighborhood, boasts a private spot on Rio’s most gorgeous beach; balconies overlook the Atlantic or wildlife-rich Marapendi Lagoon. Brazilian stones and fabrics add an authentic touch, as do the authentic treatments at the Atiaia Spa. The hotel’s dining scene includes sushi, fresh pasta from a show kitchen, and local flair served with a bossa nova beat. Guests enjoy exclusive beach service, and nonmotorized water sports are also available on the lagoon.
Rooms & Suites - Marvel at views of the blue Atlantic ocean and breathtaking sunsets on the lagoon. The 436 accommodations, all with large private balcony, are perfect escape venues, reflecting the surrounding atmosphere using native stones and exclusive fabrics. Opt for a Grand Club room for exclusive lounge access, including daily breakfast, all-day refreshments, and afternoon cocktails. Upgrade to one of the 43 suites for enhanced features, including spacious dining and living areas with landscaped terraces or even an infinite pool.
Dining - Guests at Grand Hyatt Rio de Janeiro will find incredible Barra da Tijuca restaurants right inside the hotel. The hotel’s exclusive Food & Beverage concepts bring the renowned Grand Hyatt expertise into uniquely-designed spaces so that visitors can experience world-class quality cuisine with strong local influences. Enjoy delectable dishes at the hotel’s three signature restaurants.
''Shiso'' - Enjoy delicious sushi at Shiso, an excellent Rio de Janeiro Japanese restaurant. Chef Miriam Moriyama leads shiso. Inspired by the fusion of traditional oriental elements with contemporary interpretations, Shiso is specialized in a sushi, sashimi, and yakitori menu. Guests also can enjoy a cocktail from the sake bar and observe the dishes being prepared.
''Cantô Gastrô & Lounge'' - Experience Barra da Tijuca’s vibration with creative dishes and signature Caipirinha cocktails. Opened towards the swimming pool and gardens, the Seafront restaurant designed by Arthur Casas offers a casual yet chic space with natural materials intimately fused within the outdoor terraces. A large art panel inspired by the Brazilian icon and landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx brings to life the connection with the authentic elements of local culture. The food is a reflection of the casual and relaxed ambiance of the true Carioca neighborhood atmosphere. The space highlights the attention to details, plates created for sharing, and wonderful live music in the evening.
''Tano'' - Perfect for social events and business gatherings, Tano is a charming events venue and the exclusive restaurant for breakfast. This sophisticated space offers a vibrant atmosphere, and it was designed by Arthur Casas to integrate contemporary elements with the beautiful view of Marapendi Lagoon.
Area Attractions - Grand Hyatt Rio de Janeiro is the perfect place to start your Barra da Tijuca adventures. At night delight yourself in one of the hotel restaurants and get ready to experience the Brazilian nightlife at Barra da Tijuca Bars district! Large Malls and sophisticated shopping centers also stand nearby. For a day off to Rio's traditional attractions, the concierge will be happy to assist.
Recommendations - Marapendi Lagoon Boat Ride - Lovely and unexplored, the Marapendi’s Lagoon is one of the most beautiful natural parks in Rio de Janeiro. This hidden treasure offers gorgeous views. In the silence and calm of the green, you will forget you are in the second-biggest metropolis of Brazil. “Marapendi” name originates in the Tupi Guarani native language and means “river of the shallow sea.” With an extension of 10 Km, the lagoon offers abundant vegetation and mangrove and is home to many animals of the local fauna. A lot is happening in the Lagoon, also used for nautical sports and ferryboats ride that you might want to try.
Barra da Tijuca Beach - Rio offers a variety of beaches with different landscapes. There is one for every taste. You can wake up, feel your mood and choose accordingly!
Where will you go today - Spend a day at Barra da Tijuca Beach. Known as one of Brazil's finest beaches for its soft and white sand and its spectacular waves. The beach is famous for its barracas, which line up at the seaside serving drinks and Brazilian appetizers.
And Tomorrow- Pepê –Trendy and young, Pepê Beach offers many food stalls with DJ’s, live music. The perfect wind conditions gather kite-surfers from different cities to have fun together. Reserva – a green beach, due to its location near the Ecological Reserve, is an oasis for visitors who want to get away from everything. Prainha – the surfer’s paradise, secluded from the major city spots and nestled among lush forest trails the untouched beach of Prainha, perfect for experiencing a more intimate contact with nature. Grumari – surrounded by cliffs and a national park, the isolated beach of Grumari is ideal for those who wish to relax and unwind from the crowd. Abricó – not far from Grumari, Abricó is currently the only beach in Rio that allows naturism. Rio is officially affiliated with the Brazilian Federation of Naturism.