Laranjeiras, Rio De Janeiro

Laranjeiras, nestled in the heart of Rio De Janeiro, offers a vibrant blend of historical charm and modern energy. Known for its leafy streets, colonial-era architecture, and lively cultural scene, this neighborhood captivates visitors with its eclectic mix of attractions. Wander through its tree-lined avenues to discover quaint cafes, bustling markets, and authentic Brazilian eateries.

Assador's View Jean Jacques Machado Gym, Front desk

What's near by?


  • Mama Rossa

    Italian restaurant with a cozy atmosphere and a wide selection of pizza and pasta dishes.Very welcoming to foreigners and locals alike.

  • Cate Point Lanches

    A tiny luncheonette where you can grab a snack and some juice. There are three tables, but most people take their food to go.

  • Rotisseria Sirio Libaneza

    Located inside the Largo do Machado shopping center, you can find this Middle Eastern grill featuring kafta and fatayer. You might need to practice your Portuguese for this one, though as the staff is mostly monolingual.

  • Maè Noi

    Unpretentious Thai restaurant with a wide selection of authentic dishes, including vegetarian options. The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is cozy.

  • Assador Rio's

    Great rodizio, featuring all kinds of meat, an excellent salad bar and stunning views. Enjoy a caipirinha while looking out over the water.



  • Rio Scenarium

    Stunning interior, lively music, friendly staff, and strong, delicious drinks. This used to be an antique store, and there are still beautiful antique items throughout the place. The music is phenomenal, and the atmosphere is electric.

  • Bar Bukowski

    Famous Rio rock bar located in a historic mansion, with a garden, vinyl record collection & hookahs.

  • Jungle Garden Pub

    Musical garden pub, where a plethora of plants makes you feel like you're in the jungle. Inside, concerts and DJs shake up the night on the dance floor.

Other Attractions

  • Guanabara Palace

    Go back a couple of centuries with this beautiful building that used to be "Brazil's White House". There's a guided tour inside the Palace and its walking distance to the Laranjeiras Palace and the Flamengo area. Nice area for a daytime stroll!

  • Christ the Redeemer

    Cristo Redentor Sanctuary is the main postcard of Brazil, located on the top of Corcovado Mountain. The statue is 30 meters high and is considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The view from the top is breathtaking, and the place is perfect for taking pictures.