Its Portuguese and African heritage mark the character of Brazil, a dream destination for travellers looking for exclusive holidays on heavenly beaches in a quiet but exotic setting. From Río de Janeiro to the Costa de los Coqueiros Brazil means music, colour and cultural fusion. Brazil, known for holding the most famous carnivals in the world, offers countless attractive options to suit all tastes, including mountain routes, landmarks, beaches and of course its magical sunsets.
As well as the vibrant bustle of the capital, in north-eastern Brazil is Salvador de Bahia, an authentic paradise on earth with moderate temperatures and warm water all year round. In the spectacular nature reserve of Imbassaí, opposite the Praia do Forte, lies Grand Palladium Imbassaí Resort & Spa, a five-star resort that combines to perfection the exotic mixture of European architecture and the voluptuous beauty of tropical gardens. Make the most of the day by taking a canoe trip on the river Imbassaí and dive in the beautiful, calm waters that bathe its delta or visit the sea turtles in their natural habitat. When night falls, enjoy the exclusive à-la-carte restaurants at our range of hotels in Brazil: Bahia & Brasa, where you can savour exotic local food; Portofino, an irresistible Italian establishment; and Sumptuori, for fans of Asian food and authentic sushi.
To add the finishing touch to your stay in Brazil, we recommend you opt for our Infinite Indulgence® experience, a new way of seeing the all-inclusive concept that will allow you to personalise your stay in a unique way for you and yours to enjoy luxury holidays with no limits. This revolutionary all-inclusive concept allows you to access to all the hotel facilities, to join in fun open-air activities, plunge into the pools and jacuzzis, relax in the private areas, have 24-hour room service and of course take advantage of the treatments designed by our experts to restore your calm and your natural balance in our Zentropia Palladium Spa & Wellness centre.
Set a day aside to visit the old quarter of Salvador de Bahia, El Pelourinho, listed as a world heritage site in 1985. A place with a bohemian atmosphere where you'll find shops, art galleries and a wide range of restaurants and bars, converted into gastronomic establishments without losing their local authenticity. Here you can also find the baroque church of São Francisco, with its ceiling of wood and gold leaf and blue tiles that recall its Portuguese past. Though if you want to get to know Brazil in its purest state, we recommend that you hire some bicycles at the hotel and pedal to Itapuã, an old fishing village with kilometres of spacious beaches which inspired the well-known song Tarde Em Itapoã by Vinícius de Moraes.