Hilton opens Rio de Janeiro hotel

Located 30 minutes from Rio de Janeiro Galeão International Airport and five minutes from Jacarepaguá Airport in Barra da Tijuca, the new 298-room Hilton Barra Rio de Janeiro has access to corporate offices, convention and shopping centers and entertainment areas including HSBC Arena, Rock City and Citibank Hall. The hotel is also close to the Olympic Park five minutes away.

Designed for both business and leisure travelers, the hotel has 298 guestrooms, including executive floor rooms and suites all outfitted with smart LED TVs, radio clock with Bluetooth technology, wireless Internet access, Nespresso coffee makers with complimentary capsules and exclusive Malin+Goetz amenities found in no other hotel in the area. Rooms are also equipped with sensors providing an automated system that combines guest comfort with energy efficiency. Guests staying in an executive room or suite can access the hotel’s executive floor service and executive lounge, offering light snacks and beverages with views of the Barra lagoons.

A base for events and business travelers, the Hilton hotel in Rio de Janeiro provides approximately 14,000 square feet of meeting space, including 10 meeting rooms and two ballrooms, with total capacity for up to 950 guests.

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