The Brazilian Court Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Boutique hotel with luxuriously appointed rooms
- Recipient of numerous industry awards for service and luxury
- Site of the highly acclaimed French-American Café Boulud
- Salon owned by celebrity stylist Frederic Fekkai
The Brazilian Court and Beach Club is the kind of place where you might shed a tear at checkout. Its 80 rooms are all luxuriously appointed studios or one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, and the hotel has repeatedly received awards for outstanding service and amenities, including Travel + Leisure magazine’s 500 World’s Best Hotels list four times. The Brazilian Court also made Conde Nast Traveler’s Gold List five times. And that’s the just the tip of the accolade iceberg.
The rooms are richly appointed in an updated version of Colonial -- think tropical chic meets mahogany woods. All rooms come with 24-hour concierge service, fully stocked wet bars and free Wi-Fi. The hotel’s restaurant, Café Boulud, is helmed by famed French chef Daniel Boulud and the salon is owned by coiffeur maestro Frederic Fekkai.
Should you venture out from your hotel haven, the luxe shops of Worth Avenue are just steps outside the front door.