Tourism is the most important part of the Brazilian Economy and best accommodation is the essential part of it .Best hotels and hotel chains in the country who are giving the best in class hospitality service to the tourists are lot here. According to the price and facilities they providing we will categorise them on such basis. This will help to all types of tourists to select the best in there budget. Presently we are starting from the top most hotels Chains in Brazil .
The Nacional Inn has 4.863 rooms in 44 hotels in Brazil. The chain operates in four Brazilian states and focuses its hotels in central areas of cities. Brads owned by the National Inn: National Inn, Dan’s Inn, Golden Park and Senecon.
The Transamérica chain is made up of 4599 rooms in 24 different hotels, and is present in eight Brazilian cities. It divides its hotels into four categories based on hotel category. Revenue: BRL 200 million and brands which have Transamerica: Transaramerica Prime, Transaramica Executive, Transaramica Classic and Transaramica Prestige.
The Wyndham chain is present in eight different cities and has 3.538 rooms in 20 hotels, most of which are in São Paulo. Despite the fact that the Wyndham Group has many brands, only five of them are Brazil, Ramada, Super 8, Days Inn, Howard Johnson & Tripp Revenue: BLR 5 billion (worldwide revenue) and brands that have Wyndham, Howard Johnson Tripe, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Wyndham Garden Hotels, Wingate, Hawthorne, Microtel, Planet Hollywood, Ramada, Encore, Baymont, Days Inn, Super 8, Travelodge and Nights Inn.
Accor is the strongest hotel chain in the country. Although Accor is present in many markets around the world, Brazil is the largest for the group. Established in 1967, Accor distributes 32.462 rooms in 197 hotels across the country. Ibis and Mercure, both brands of Exor, are two of Brazil’s largest hotel brands today. Revenue: BRL 8,33 billion and the brands are owned by Accor: Ibis, Mercur, Ibis Budget and Grand Hotel.
Established in 1939, the Choice Hotel has 10.308 rooms and 65 hotels across Brazil. The group employs approximately 1300 employees, divided into 4 hotel brands, which were developed to target a wide variety of customers. Revenue: BRL 2,06 billion and is owned by Brands Choice: Comfort Suites, Quality, Clarion and Sleep Inn.
The Louvre hotels have 7.430 rooms in 39 Brazilian hotels. The Louvre was originally a French company which has invested heavily in its international expansion. The group has two different class of hotels in Brazil, aimed at two different groups of customers. Louvre-owned brands: Tulip Inn, Golden Tulip, Premier Class, Campill, Kayad and Royal Tulip.
IHG has 3.422 rooms in 17 hotels. The group decided to divide its hotels into three different brands and standards: Intercontinental, Intermediate (Holiday Inn) and Basic (Staybridge). IHG is present in 13 Brazilian cities. Revenue: BRL 70 million and brands are owned by IHG: Staybridge, Holiday Inn and Intercontinental.
Windsor began its services in Rio de Janeiro, where it established itself as the strongest hotel chain. It expanded to Brasilia, where it has a few hotels, though most are located in Rio. The chain has 3011 rooms in 12 different hotels. Revenue: BRL 270 million (est.) And Windsor-owned brand: Wizars
The Nobile Group has 5.160 rooms and 18 hotels across the country. The hotel is divided into 3 different categories to cater to different types of customers: economic, superior and luxury. In addition, Neol works with some licensed brands, such as Days Inn and Wyndham Hotel. Revenue: BRL 40 million and the brands are owned by Nobile: Nobile Inn, Nobile Suites, Nobile Resort and Gran Nobile. Licensed Chains: Days Inn, Wyndham Grain Collection, Tripe and Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
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Blue Tree Park is a traditional chain and despite its high prices, it is known for undisputed quality. It has 4.904 rooms in 23 hotels in 18 different cities of Brazil. The group is currently investing heavily, and by 2017 Blue Tree will build another 14 hotels in Brazil. The chain divides its hotels into 3 categories: luxury, high standard and superior. Revenue: BRL 371 million and brands owned by Blue Tree: Blue Tree Park, Blue Tree Premium and Blue Tree Tower.
The National Inn has 4.863 rooms in 44 hotels in Brazil. The chain operates in four Brazilian states and focuses its hotels in central areas of cities. Brads owned by the National Inn: National Inn, Dan’s Inn, Golden Park and Sencon.