Hotel Martinique Copa

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The Martinique Copa
Gracious reception area
Offers 117 spacious rooms
Relax in the roof top pool
Enjoy local cuisine in the restaurant

Located in the Sa Ferreira Street, the Martinique Hotel is within walking distance from Copacabana Beach. Located conveniently near Copacabana Beach as well as numerous other local attractions, this hotel offers fine accommodations and charming hospitality.

Enjoy the panoramic terrace with outdoor pool, fitness room and the American bar. Ideal for relaxation and for a drink at sunset.

Accommodations
The Martinique offers 117 standard and superior rooms in a 7 storied glass facade modern building.
All rooms equipped with :
- Cable TV
- Minibar
- Central air conditioning with individual control
- Two digital phone lines
- Bathroom with phone extension
- Hair dryer
- Make-up mirror
- Private in-room safe
- Non smoking floors
- Room for handicapped person

Dining
The hotel offers the charming Coffee Shop serving breakfast buffet style; lunch and diner a la carte. Enjoy the Brazilian dishes as well international recipes.

Room Service and a rooftop American bar are other fine gastronomical options at the Martinique.

Nearby Attractions
Rio Sul Shopping Center - 3.5 km
Visitors to Rio enjoy the wide variety of this mega-malls offering designer goods, as well as jewelry and souvenir stores, antiques, interior decor, etc. It includes a various food courts, as well as cinemas, theaters, event plazas and many other attractions. Rio Sul is as much entertainment complexe as shopping center.

New Years Eve - In front of door
Nowhere else in the world could white-clad crowds of two million people gather in a setting as breathtaking as Copacabana beach, honoring the departing year and greeting the twelve months that lie ahead in total harmony, peace and safety. The velvety summer sky is the backdrop to one of the world's most spectacular fireworks display. On the sand, white-robed believers light thousands of flickering candles and toss flowers as offerings to Iemanja, queen of the waters, all to an irresistible Brazilian beat. December 31 at midnight on Copacabana Beach is a magical moment every year. Thrilling, unforgettable and incomparable, it truly reflects all the faces of Rio.

Shopping in Copacabana
Perhaps because it is home to the densest population in Rio de Janeiro, Copacabana is lined with shops that are as lively and colorful as the district itself.

Sugarloaf - 5 km
The height and unmistakable outline of Sugarloaf make it - together with Christ the Redeemer one of the two main attractions offering breathtaking views of Rio. This famous landmark is reached by cablecar in two stages: first to the top of Urca Hill, where visitors catch the second car to their final destination. From the Sugarloaf, the endless beaches of Rio de Janeiro and Niterai stretch to the horizon. Set against the lush Atlantic Rainforest, the scene is dotted with historical buildings such as the Santa Cruz Fort and the miniature palace on Fiscal Island.

Ipanema - 1 km
This sophisticated district offers a lively night life scene with an enticing blend of beach, bars and boutiques.

Christ, the Redeemer Statue - 9 km
Located atop the Corcovado Mountain at a height of 710 meters, the statue of Christ the Redeemer is certainly one of the world's best-known and most-visited monuments.

Carnival - in front of the door
The high spot of Rio's fun-in-the-sun calendar, from Friday evening through to the following Tuesday, Carnival revelers dance through the streets.

Copacabana Beach - in front of the door
Framed by the wavy black and white mosaics of Avenue Atlantica, Copacabana is pure fascination. A center of activity both night and day, the beach is lined with kiosks, a bicycle path and racks, lifeguard posts, public showers and bathrooms, hotels, bars and open-air restaurants.