Porto de Galinhas Hotels
You will find no shortage of Porto de Galinhas resort hotels the that are beachfront or beach nearby.
Pontal de Ocapora
Traveling the road to Pontal De Ocapora is like journeying toward your own personal villa estate. The grounds are as vast as they are secluded, an oasis of lush vegetation amid a forest of palm trees. Not another structure is in sight. The 170-room resort sits on a private beach, and verdant foliage and tropical flowers surround the thatched-roof buildings. I felt as if I was walking through a well-manicured jungle on the pathway to my room. Red hibiscus petals strewn in the shape of a heart on top of the white bedspread of my bed are a surprisingly delightful touch.
Pontal do Cupe, Acesso Km 3.5 PE 09
Porto de Galinhas, Ipojuca PE
Marulhos Suites Resort
Guests staying at this lavish resort can swim in their own private ocean, or so it seems. That’s because a high wall of coral reefs running parallel to shore creates a natural pool just off the beach. The resort itself contains 120 modern studios and suites. The latter are fully equipped condos, some of which include marble kitchen counters, leather sofas, and HDTVs. The property is great for families, sporting a brightly colored playground and a children’s recreation director.
Gleba 6B – Praia de Muro Alto
Nannai Beach Resort
Honeymooners will revel in this exclusive resort known for its romantic atmosphere. From the cool, teak-inspired, open-air lobby to the rolling grounds studded with palm trees to the private beach featuring natural tide pools, the Nannai exudes tropical indulgence and tranquility. Each bungalow sits in the midst of its own private garden and swimming pool. The two-story master bungalow even features a whirlpool in the living room. And the restaurant, which features a covered veranda and ocean view, serves the very best in regional cuisine.
Km 3, Ipojuca/PE
Solar Porto de Galinhas, Best Western
Indulge in the extensive buffet here, but the highlight of this hotel is the evening floor show. Held outside under the stars, the performance features two lively clowns, one of whom engages in non-stop banter with the audience. In a spectacular homage to the culture, a high-spirited dance troupe shows us the best in Brazilian dance – including Forro, Frevo, Xaxado, and the Coco Dance – donning the appropriate traditional dress with each change in routine. Near the end, the brave among us take to the floor and learn to dance the Ciranda, a variation of the Electric Slide with everyone holding hands in a circle.
Km 07, Porto de Galinhas, Ipojuca/PE