Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Brasilia Brazil (2024 Updated)

Sao Paulo is the one biggest  city of Brazil  and a is one of the  gay-friendliest place in South America along with Brasilia the federal capital of Brazil. We will find most of the accomodation to be suitable for gay couples in Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia.

In 2014, Brazil and the United States were the two countries more wanted by international LGBT tourists, according to the World Travel Market

About 26% of visitors to São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Florianópolis, Salvador,Brasilia and Fortaleza are LGBT people. Brazil has more than 6,000 gay-friendly hotels and hostels registered in travel agencies and mainly specialized in the gay-oriented sites, which are the major source of information for travelers. The establishments receives a sticker with a rainbow, a global symbol of the gay movement.

Brasília, inaugurated as Brazil’s capital in 1960, is a planned city distinguished by its white, modern architecture, chiefly designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Laid out in the shape of an airplane, its “fuselage” is the Monumental Axis, 2 wide avenues flanking a massive park. In the “cockpit” is Praça dos Três Poderes, named for the 3 branches of government surrounding it.

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 1. Kubitschek Plaza Hotel 4*  – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

Kubitschek Plaza Hotel
Kubitschek Plaza Hotel

The Kubitschek Plaza is just a 5-minute walk from Esplanada dos Ministérios in Brasília. It offers a swimming pool, spa and free Wi-Fi throughout.

The elegant rooms at Kubitschek Plaza Hotel feature a balcony and are equipped with air conditioning, a minibar and cable TV. All bathrooms are private and includes free toiletries and a hairdryer. Superior categories feature spa baths and bathrobes.

Guests can enjoy a sauna session or spa services, such as massages and facial treatments. For additional convenience, Kubitschek Plaza hosts 2 restaurants and a bar.

The hotel is located in Brasília´s Northern Sector, close to the city´s commercial area, and a 15-minute drive from the International Airport.

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Brasilia, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Brasilia.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Kubitschek Plaza Hotel offers guests free wifi.

The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, street parking is available.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Brasilia, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel is located a short distance from Santuario Dom Bosco (1.4 mi) and Itamaraty Palace (1.4 mi).

While in Brasilia be sure to experience local tapas favorites at Parrilla Madrid or Dona Lenha.

Brasilia is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Catedral Metropolitana, Templo da Boa Vontade, and Clube do Choro, which are not too far from Kubitschek Plaza Hotel.

Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Kubitschek Plaza Hotel is sure to make your visit to Brasilia one worth remembering.

This tower houses large, beautifully decorated rooms in the style of 1950-60´s, where the highlights are the panels of tiles designed by Athos Burcão. The view from the balcony of the rooms close to the Eixo Monumental are fabulous, especially those facing East. The bathroom has very nice utilities from Occitane en Provence!

Very nice hotel with very helpful and courteous staff. Definitely geared for business guests with large areas provided for them.

Room was large and very inviting. Nice view of parts of the mall and neighbouring hotels in the district. WiFi was provided with a decent selection of channels on the TV. Bed was very comfortable, with back support but enough give to make you slip away into a wonderful sleep.

Free breakfast was provided with an assortment of Brazilian morning dishes in a buffet style with plenty of food, juices and a selection of teas or coffees. Dining area was very large, noting overly fancy as it was just a very functional dining area with tables, chairs and some decorations to make you feel relaxed and comfortable.

Bathroom was very spacious and very clean. Shower was fantastic.

Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia
Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

How much does a room costs at Kubitschek Plaza Hotel?

Prices start 45 $/night for Standard Double Room. The Deluxe Double Room is  52$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

With a private area for sunbathing, full sea views and a balcony, this suite offers a 32” LCD TV with cable channels, a minibar, a safe and a private bathroom. Internet access is free.

Where to book online – Kubitschek Plaza Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia you can find the best hotels deals in Brasilia during  Brasília Festival of Brazilian Cinema  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Brasilia  on  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada
Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada

This hotel boasts a stunning design, luxurious accommodations and a large pool by the garden. It’s located on the Paranoá Lake shores, in Brasília, just 850 m from the Palácio da Alvorada.

These spacious air-conditioned rooms at Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada are tastefully furnished with king size beds, and feature a balcony, cable TV and minibar. Some offer a living room, flat-screen TV and a larger balcony overlooking the lake.

Guests enjoy a rich buffet breakfast at the Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada hotel, or drink a refreshing beer at the English pub. The Herbs Restaurant serves international and regional cuisines.

Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Brasilia, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada offer a flat screen TV.

During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, room service, and a rooftop terrace. Guests of Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.

While staying at Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada, visitors can check out Mosteiro de Sao Bento (2.0 mi) and Catedral Militar Rainha da Paz (2.2 mi), some of Brasilia’s top attractions.

While in Brasilia be sure to experience local shrimp favorites at Mangai, NAU Frutos do Mar, or Recanto Do Camarao – Frutos Do Mar E Petiscaria.

Brasilia is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Memorial JK, Mastro e Pavilhão Nacional, and Os Candangos, which are not too far from Royal Tulip Brasilia Alvorada.

Enjoy your stay in Brasilia!

Resort feel, huge complex of swimming pools. Room, staff, breakfast all spectacular. Very helpful staff,fantastic location and facilities, lovely bar and the most fantastic sunsets over the lake.
Very clean with a hot tub and strong water pressure. There should be be list of things to do for guests. Kayaking, tennis lessons, boat rides and golf courses.

Beautiful Hotel directly on the Lake. Huge pool with brick walkway on the property and lake. Suite was very nice with comfortable bed. Clean inside and out.

The room was well-apportioned and had all the amenities that you would expect, the only downside in our opinion was the lack of English-speaking TV channels. The facilities are good here, in particular the swimming pools which in my opinion are the best in Brasilia. Gets very busy at weekends but is peaceful and quiet during the week. In the evenings if you are very lucky the pool area is visited by Capybaras which are big rat-like animals and very friendly.

The bar and food service at the pool is good and the staff are friendly (although struggle with speaking any English so make sure you take your phrase book if you are not Brazilian!). The prices are very reasonable and the quality of food and drink is very good.

The Old Bar where we ate in the evening is very popular both with hotel guests and visitors and serves very good quality food and some lovely wines.

All in all a great base and good value for money if you are in Brasilia for business or pleasure and despite what previous reviews said, we found the wi-fi exceptionally good.

Located on a clear, calm lake, this location has all the amenities of a 5-star hotel. Buffet breakfast (included) is sumptuous. No complaints about the two restaurants on site. Decor is modernistic.

This is a gated resort with a fairly small grounds so don’t expect to do much walking within the compound. This hotel is just around the corner from the President’s house so a walk down the street is pretty safe and nice. Amenities were good, breakfast was vast and well stocked. I got a second key card for the room and kept the

AC running all day so it was cool when I got back to the room. It is the European style power where the power in the room goes off when you take the key out … but there is a cure for that.The lobby was designed with geometric shapes and the breakfast was quite varied. There were tables and chairs by the pool where you could relax and forget about the day’s hectic schedule. Surprisingly, I came across a peacock and some strange local pigs called Capybara in the yard. These pigs would come out only at night.

It’s located in a resort and was not crowded. I would describe the hotel as luxurious with splendid service. The prices were also reasonable.

Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia
Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

How much does a room costs at Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada?

Prices start 96 $/night for Standard Double Room. The Suite Room is  160$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

Boasting pastel colors and panels from Oscar Niemeyer or Ruy Ohtake, this modernly decorated suite features balcony with Paranoá Lake views, work desk, nightstand and spacious closet. The unit also includes a foyer which is divided by a removable partition and is equipped with sofa, armchair, desk table, minibar and toilet.

The private bathroom offers a bathtub, two sinks, and bath salts. Guests also benefit from a bottle of water and ironing of two items of clothes as a courtesy.

Where to book online – Royal Tulip Brasília Alvorada – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia you can find the best hotels deals in Brasilia during  Brasília Festival of Brazilian Cinema  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Brasilia  on  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Meliá Brasil 21  – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia

Boasting a rooftop swimming pool with city views, a gym and a sauna, Meliá Brasil 21 is located between the Television Tower and City Park, in Brasilia, and includes free WiFi.

Rooms at this 5-star Meliá Brasil 21 hotel all feature air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a work desk and a minibar.

The on-site Norton Grill Restaurant specializes in grills and international cuisine. The hotel also features the popular Churchill lobby bar, which offers a wide range of fine wines and cigars.

Meliá Brasil 21 is set 1 km from Conjunto Nacional Mall and 1.2 km from Mane Garrincha Stadium. Brasilia’s International Airport is 13 km away.

Discover the contemporary spirit of Brasilia at the Meliá Brasil 21. As well as the distinguished architecture, the hotel offers a complete range of facilities and exclusive services in a prime location. Guests will be delighted by the charming decor of the lobby. The main priority of the apartments, is to provide comfort and make your stay in Brasilia perfect.

The rooms are spacious and well equipped, and the Meliá Brasil 21 has wellbeing areas, with a Evolve Gym Box (free for guests), sauna and Eliá SPA (extra cost). The Meliá Brasil 21 also has an exclusive heliport. The Centro Empresarial Brasil 21, which is based on global concept of Mixed Use Project, combining services, leisure facilities, gastronomy.LOBBY & RECEPTION *** Main reception is quite dark, but modern and spotless clean. When you look up, you realize that’s the internal courtyard for this tower. Looks awesome. I loved the modern colourful chairs and palm Christmas Trees, haha. Great fusion. Glass window lifts are just on the back.

ROOM *** This was so called “The Level Premier – Block D” roomRoom was stunning! Really impressed with it. Spacious, fresh, modern, spotless clean & shiny and during 3 days I was definitely able to say it was extremely comfortable. There was super-comfy king sized bed (with selection of pillows), some kind of sitting bench (which I always hit or kick), a lounger, working desk with an office (and normal as well) chair, another table (with glass chess board!) and of course mini-bar (well stocked, prices very decent) and plenty of storage spaces. Things like safety deposit box and iron board were there as well. I like the Nespresso machine and this was replenished daily.
Room had good lightning and all switches were comfortably situated. There were plenty of electrical sockets as well.
Air-condition was really effective and quiet.

BATHROOM *** Also spotless clean and spacious. Loved the huge shower, however I found bathroom in the “green level” rooms far nicer. I really enjoyed the line of toiletries they were providing – nice, high quality cosmetics.

BREAKFAST *** As the Level Lounge was closed, I was having my breakfast in the main restaurant. No complaint, as selection there is amazing. Name it – have it. Very tasty, great choice of cold and hot meals, fresh fruit, cakes, cereals etc. It can be busy at certain time, but always all items well stocked. You just don’t know what to have.

EXECUTIVE LOUNGE *** The Level Club room was very nice. In the afternoon they were serving some small food items (which you can select from the menu and it’s complimentary), drinks, snacks (like cheese board, fruit, small desserts). Staff was absolutely amazing every single moment. I really regret it was only open 1 out of 3 days when I was there. Definitely worth it as room price wasn’t that different. Just make sure, it’s not closed… 

INTERNET ACCESS *** Complimentary, easy to access and connection was always stable. No need to re-log-in or worry during my entire stay.
PARKING *** As I mentioned above, there are spaces (marked) in front of the hotel (after security gate) and also in the building nearby (valet). As I was going in and out, I preferred to park my car myself. It was simply easier. I decided to pre-pay at check-in, so I will not have to worry about it… At least that’s what I thought.

STAFF *** Staff at Meliá Brasil 21 is amazing. Reception very helpful (even if very busy) and lounge staff totally amazing. The most helpful people you could have in the hotel and welcoming you always with a genuine smile and true care. Really loved that.

How much does a room costs at Meliá Brasil 21?

Prices start 101 $/night for Classic King Room. The Level Junior King Suite is  144$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.

Located in the Complexo Brasil 21′ D Block, this is the largest accommodation available. It features a living room equipped with a 46″ Smart TV, minibar and safe. It is furnished with an armchair, desk and king-size bed.

Happy hour is included on the daily rate from 18:30 to 21:30, from Monday to Thursday.

Where to book online – Meliá Brasil 21 – Gay Friendly Hotels Brasilia you can find the best hotels deals in Brasilia during  Brasília Festival of Brazilian Cinema  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Brasilia  on  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.