Quintessential Fact Sheet
Highlights of a stay at Pousada Maravilha
The ultimate luxury experience
Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Sueste Bay from anywhere you look, whether from your king-size bed, from the restaurant, from the hammock hanging on your private balcony or while wallowing in the infinity-edge pool. Revel in your around-the-clock postcard-perfect experience exclusive to hotel guests. Want more? You can swim with marine turtles right at the beach.
Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, 360 kilometers (224 miles) from the mainland. Its isolated location and distance make it difficult to ensure a steady supply of ingredients, but the hotel’s restaurant provides guests with a fine dining experience and fresh ingredients despite logistical difficulties. The menu includes fish grilled in manteiga de garrafa (typical clarified butter-in-a-bottle), with green bean and coconut salad, farofa de cuscuz (toasted grits ), cilantro pesto and cashew nuts.
A unique detail
Architect Thiago Bernardes designed the hotel with a focus on rustic charm, luxurious comfort and integration with the natural landscape, using local materials like straw and rush, and incorporating natural light and a view of the Sueste Bay at every opportunity.
An unforgettable moment
Take an exclusive boat ride along the inner beaches (the side of the island that faces the continent), accompanied by a chef who will serve you a succulent meal of fresh fish. Then enjoy ice cream and chilled sparkling wine as you sit back in your box seats to watch the sun set over the sea.
Live this experience
Flights to Fernando de Noronha leave from Recife, Pernambuco, and Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, two important state capitals in the northeast region of Brazil, and take just over one hour. The island’s airport can also accommodate private jets.
The sun is very bright on the archipelago, which is located close to the equator. The average temperature is 27°C (81°F) and, during the summer months, December through March, temperatures can exceed 30°C (86°F). This is the season when seas are the roughest, to the delight of the many surfers who flock to the island. Diving and snorkeling are available year round, and Fernando de Noronha has some of the best dive spots in Brazil, with visibility greater than 30 meters (98 feet). Rain? Averages are highest between March and June, but nothing that will get in the way of your travel plans.