As well as beautifully-designed rooms and locally curated art murals, on-site features include a cinema, library, common kitchen, and a comfortable cowork space. Plus, there's a beach-front restaurant serving authentic cuisine, and a rooftop bar with gorgeous sea views. To say that Copacabana Beach is lively is an understatement. As well as glistening warm waters and wide stretches of white sand, numerous hotels, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs dot the famous, mosaic-tiled promenade. Whether you want to go for a swim, play sports with the locals, chill out on the sand, or enjoy freshly-caught fish it's easy to soak up the atmosphere at one Brazil's most popular tourist destinations. The ultimate destination for around-the-clock beach-side action, Copacabana beach is policed and lit throughout the night, so it's always buzzing with hundreds of visitors, musicians, and food vendors. Insiders' tip: take a sunset stroll on the beach's iconic walkway, and stay late to see locals singing, dancing, and playing footvolley right on the water's edge.