Sao Paulo, Brazil
The cosmopolitan city of São Paulo is the setting for the five-star L' Hotel Porto Bay São Paulo. Situated on Alameda Campinas, L' Hotel Porto Bay São Paulo offers a central location without the bustle of the main avenue, close to the best restaurants, bars, museums and stores selling the most emblematic brands in the world.
Designed in a European style, the sophistication of this boutique hotel is perfectly complemented by high standards of service and comfort. Particular care has been taken with the quality of products and materials used in the hotel. The hotel art was meticulously chosen, including a Flemish tapestry woven in Brussels in the second half of the 16th century bought at a Christie's auction in London. Depicting episodes from life of Cleopatra and Mark Anthony, this is the only privately-owned tapestry of a series of seven which otherwise can be found in the Europe's top museums.
This 76-room boutique hotel has a restaurant, spa, indoor pool, gym and offers a varietyy personalized standard of service.Olho d'Agua
This adventure lodge/relaxing hotel is surroundings by wild forest, manicured lawns, and a kitchen garden. As guests arrive, the outside world fades away - no traffic, no noise, no pollution. Travelers come here for the natural beauty of the surrounding and the excitement of special visitors, the wildlife that abounds at Olho d’Agua.
Rooms sit under the forest cover and offer a mini bar, 20-inch television, solar heating, air conditioning, telephone, and a nice veranda for guests to spread a hammock and relax. The grounds also include an illuminated pool, bars, a restaurant, wireless internet, ping-pong, and plenty of space for a relaxed stroll.Pantanal Wildlife Center
Located in central-western Brasil, the Pantanal is a mosaic of seasonally flooded savannahs and tropical forests that offers the finest wildlife viewing in Latin America.
Owned and operated by professional wildlife biologists, Pantanal Wildlife Center is located a mile and a half off the Transpantaneira Road, on the forested banks of the wildlife-rich Pixaim River. With air conditioned rooms and accessible riverine forest, the Pantanal Wildlife Center offers the area’s best opportunity for serious birders, naturalists, and photographers. The center offers boat outings that feature the world’s tamest Giant Otters. Other exclusives are the Pantanal’s only mobile canopy towers strategically located at fruiting and flowering trees and silent, electric river catamarans for photographers using long lenses on tripods. We also offer horse rides, cattle drives, walks on scientifically designed forest trails, research lectures, mammal spotlighting, star chart for study of the spectacular night sky, and Brazilian barbecues.
The center has ten double-occupancy rooms with air conditioning and private hot-shower bathrooms. The largest rooms easily accommodate up to four single beds, which is ideal for families. The large, screened dining room and lounge feature a full bar specializing in caipirinhas, the Brazilian national cocktail.Jaguar Research Center
The Jaguar Research Center is the only tented camp located in the Great Jaguar Reserve of central Pantanal. This shady, wildlife-rich forest location guarantees maximum immersion in nature, flow-through breezes of cool night air, sounds of frogs, crickets, and birds. And of course sightings of Jaguar and other elusive species.
Each of the center’s roomy, walk-in tents measures 5m-by-9m and features wooden floors, two double beds, hot-shower bathrooms, and 24-hour electricity to power lights, two moveable pedestal fans, chargers for camera batteries, and laptop computers.