Where Your Next Luxury Vacation Should Be Booked

From Santa Monica to Hollywood to Beverly Hills, Los Angeles is a luxury experience that provides innumerable hotspots. Shop on Rodeo Drive; cruise Sunset Boulevard; go clubbing in West Hollywood; visit the Santa Monica Pier. And thats just scratching the surface of the adventures one can enjoy while visiting Los Angeles. The Sofitel Hotel and the Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire put their guests in perfect position to be first in line when the heralded shops of Rodeo Drive open their illustrious doors, while the Hollywood Roosevelt, which is on Hollywood Boulevard, is minutes from Universal Studios and the Hollywood Walk of Fame sidewalk. West Hollywoods Sunset Marquis and Hotel & Villas is a favorite of the entertainment community. It has a full service recording studio and screening room onsite. This luxury hotel is just moments away from some of West Hollywoods best attractions, such as the Roxy, the Viper Room, the Stinking Rose, and the Vanguard. L.A. is a cornucopia of savory, luxury restaurants and spicy nightlife opportunities. Eat it up!

Beyond its fame for being a party heartily zone, Rio de Janeiro is combination of beaches, sports, sun, exotic parks and gardens, spectacular mountain views. Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city of Brazil. A must see sight is the Cristo Redentor, a.k.a. as Christ the Redeemer, as it is one of the newly named Seven Wonders of the World. Actually, its position atop the Corcovada Mountains makes it hard to miss. Other noteworthy vistas include the Maracana futbol stadium, the cable cars of Sambodromo, and Ipanema Beach in the Zona Sol (South Zone). The Maracana, which is in the Zona Norte (North Zone), is among the largest soccer venues in the world. Other districts of Zona Sol, the richest and most popular region of Rio, are Gloria, Flamengo, Botafogo and Urca.

Here is a luxury destination hotel for the adventurous at heart. The Ariau Towers is built entirely on the Rainforest Canopy. It is a treetop luxury hotel that looks down upon the Rainforest. There is a bar that resembles an eagles nest and a honeymoon suite that is 110 feet off the ground on a mahogany tree. There are more than three miles of catwalks that bond it into one lofty location. The Copacabana Hotel is the most famous luxury resort with a history dating back to 1923. Other fantastic lodgings of the area include Hotel Fasano and Ponta dos Ganchos Resort. The Hotel Tropical Manuas, the largest hotel of the area with more than 500 guestrooms, has its own zoo and large swimming pools with artificial waves that can be used to enjoy various water sports activities. Some of the finer restaurants include Porcao, Casa Rosa, and the Zero Zero Club.

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