Salvador, Brazil

Fasano Salvador

Indulge in Bahian luxury

Enjoy unparalleled views of the Bay of All Saints

Located in the Castro Alves Square, with an expansive view of the Bay of All Saints, this hotel offers guests sophisticated luxury. Choose from six suites and apartments, all of which combines the refinement of the Fasano brand with elements that refer to local culture, with some including privileged views of the Bay of All Saints and spacious living rooms.

For dining head to Restaurante Fasano, where you’ll indulge in a gastronomic experience that brings the legacy of Italian cuisine to your plate. The menu, similar to that of the São Paulo square, located inside the Hotel Fasano São Paulo, includes a variety of antipasti, pasta, meat, risotto and fish.

If you wish to relax during your time at Fasano Salvador, then the hotel’s spa is the ideal place to do so. Here you’ll find three massage rooms and a wet sauna located in the pool area. There is also a rooftop pool and a fitness centre.



Six expansive suites and apartments

A restaurant inspired by Italian cuisine

A spa with an extensive menu of treatments and facilities

Stay fit at the rooftop pool or the fitness centre

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Comuna do Ibitipoca
Far from being commonplace in the Brazilian interior, this elegantly restored colonial farmhouse set amongst the green undulating hills of the Ibitipoca State Park makes for a wonderfully unique stay. Aptly owned by a mining magnate in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais and only 270km from Rio de Janeiro, guests can delight in Reserva do Ibitipoca’s understated luxury and spa whilst enjoying assorted wildlife expeditions and bespoke excursions to waterfalls and white sandy river beaches. 4WD, horse riding, electric cars and bikes are also available for a small extra cost. The rooms are elegantly simple, maintaining the warm assurance of modernity that is brilliantly juxtaposed with an inspiring use of antiques and restored furniture. A colourful wall hanging or religious icon touches on the farmhouse’s once domestic story, remindful too of local artisanship, whilst an animal hide rug laid on the original polished wood floors illustrates a satisfying contrast of textures. There is a fenced veranda that wraps itself around one corner of the farmhouse bedecked with the odd rocking chair and inviting armchairs and sofas on which to relax, eat breakfast and take in the views of the surrounding hills and lake. Food here is a real highlight and guests will enjoy delicious home-cooked food made using fresh, seasonal ingredients. A short stroll across the lawn is the hotel’s large spa housed in a converted outbuilding. Another separate lodge within Comuna do Ibitipoca’s garden has a sauna and heated outdoor Jacuzzi. Ibitipoca’s service is exceptional and the staff’s knowledge of the parkland’s rich flora and fauna, which include red deer, jaguars, pumas and many native tree specimens, cannot fail to impress. Rates are based on a minimum two-night stay and include all meals, taxes, and tours into the Reserve with an English-speaking guide.