Tropical Hotel offers first rate accommodation and facilities in a stunning rainforest location on the banks of the Rio Negro. This eco-resort hotel has accommodation for almost 600 guests in a variety of rooms and suites, all of which have air conditioning, TV, phone, minibar, safe, internet access and ensuite bathroom.
The hotel's impressive facilities include a large pool complex with a wave pool, an infinity pool with sundeck and aquatic bar. Many water-based activities can be arranged including water polo, aquarobics and water basketball. Other sports offered are tennis, volleyball, basketball and football. Bicycles can be hired as another means of exploring the area. There is an extensive adventure circuit, including climbing walls and rope bridges. For those preferring a more leisurely approach there is a walking trail through the lush grounds leading to the banks of the Rio Negro, the largest tributary to the Amazon River. Guests can also explore Salvador Lake ecological reserve, enjoying walking trails, canoe trips, swimming and fishing. Additional facilities include a gym, sauna, beauty parlour, shopping mall, orchidarium and a kids' club. The hotel also has an on-site zoo , open daily to guests, where animals that are unable to return to their native habitat are looked after. These include jaguars, macaws, parrots and capybaras.
The hotel has 2 restaurants, the Tucano Coffee Shop serving Brazilian and international dishes and Karu Restaurant Grill which specialises in local cuisine, grilled meats, fresh fish and salad buffets. There is also a cafe for snacks, light lunches and drinks. There are 3 bars offering a variety of drinks. In the evenings hotel guests can relax with an after dinner drink, enjoy a range of games or sample the live Amazon folk shows which are arranged each week.
Experience the Amazon from the comfort of your own motor yacht plus the exciting city of Rio.
Rio, the Amazon and the best beaches in Brazil, with plenty of time fully to experience each place.
"Didn't really get to stay there as one of our bags was lost and so we arrived in our rooms at 0245 and had to embark on the Tucano at 0700!"