NYtimes Travel Section, Article 10.27.13

“Hotel Review: Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro”

After the Copacabana went through renovations last year, it looks amazing. It actually makes the hotel tangible. I personally would love to work for a hotel resort destination. I think it’ll give me a better understanding of the hospitality industry and its different hotel categories. The rate of this hotel is a little bit expensive, still reasonable for the amenities they offer. I think that after its transition, it’ll capture more customers as the product (hotel) has a fresher, newer, and innovate vibe. That goes without mentioning its location. Brazil is one of the top 10 vacation destinations in the world.

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