Rio’s Iconic Copacabana Palace Hotel Temporarily Closes Due to Covid-19

From Brigitte Bardot and Madonna to Mick Jagger and Nat King Cole, dozens of foreign performers and dignitaries stayed at the famous Copa.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The most iconic hotel in Brazil, the Copacabana Palace, closed its doors temporarily on Friday (April 10th), for the first time since its opening, due to the pandemic produced by the Covid-19. The hotel, inaugurated in 1923 and whose rooms have lodged rock stars and world leaders, is only scheduled to resume its activities at the end of May.

“Belmond Copacabana Palace prioritizes the health, well-being and safety of its guests and employees. Due to the pandemic and to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, we notify the temporary closure of our activities . . .

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