Kaka, who is one of Brazil's most decorated footballers said, 'If things happen it's because God has prepared me. God has great things for us. If it's God's will that I be there, there I will be.' This quote represents how deeply religious even the most successful people from Brazil can be. When you are visiting Brasilia though, you will be amazed by the number of people, the diverse beauty and the miles of white sands and beaches. Since it's the federal capital of Brazil, the infrastructure is state-of-the art and the architecture is sublime. It's a cosmopolitan city, full of liveliness, action and people. To accommodate all of the tourists, Brasilia hotels provide various accommodation options depending on your pocket and expectations.
Need to spend a night or two cheaply in Brasilia?
If the answer is yes, then you can be able to get cheap hotels in Brasilia for very competitive rates. Hotel Diplomat, located across the street from Jardin Burle Marx Park in downtown Brasilia is just a minute's walk away from the bus stop, 15 minutes' walk from the Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha stadium and 20 minutes' drive away from the international airport of Brasilia. The hotel's rooms are plain and simple, however, they still have Wi-Fi, cable TVs, mini fridges and desks. Room service is always available as well. You can be served free breakfast with limited meal option in a low key dining room.
There are quite a few cheap hotels in Brasilia for those on a budget. Hotel Airam, Fantasy Hotel and Days Inn Taguatinga Brasilia are also some of the many inexpensive hotels in Brasilia worth considering.
What about a luxurious stay in Brasilia?
If luxury and comfort is what you're after, we're sure one of the hotels in Brasilia will accommodate your needs. The Windsor Plaza Brasilia which is located in the Federal district offers views to the Senate or TV tower. Rooms are sophisticatedly designed and have free Wi-Fi, satellite TVs, workstations and minibars and also sound proof windows. Room service is of the highest quality, as long as they're tipped well. There is also a free buffet breakfast. It also has a split-level restaurant as well as pub style bar. Other amenities provided include an outdoor pool with sun loungers, hot tub, a sauna and a gym. Hotel Manhattan Plaza, Comfort Suites Brasilia, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel, Melia Brasil 21and Hotel Intervity Brisas Do Lago are other luxurious Brasilia hotels that will leave the guests with a pleasant experience while in the city.
Places of interest in Brasilia
After having settled in a hotel, the only thing left to decide is what can I do in this beautiful city? Don't worry! There are plenty of wonderful things to see and do in Brasilia. There is the Eixo Monumental and the Esplanada dos Ministerios which is an open area in downtown Brasilia where locals and visitors alike can bike and walk along the two eight-lane venues on Sundays and public holidays. Another popular tourist attraction is the Supremo Tribunal Federal. The architecture in Brasilia is surreal, with the Palacio de Alvorado and The Palacio da Planalto serving as the president's official residence and work place, respectively.