HOLLYWOOD, FL–(Marketwire – September 1, 2010) – Breezes Búzios Resort & Spa, the newest addition to SuperClubs’ international family of Super-Inclusive resorts, is now open for business. Located in Brazil’s popular beach resort town of Búzios in the famous state of Rio de Janeiro, the top all inclusive hotel boasts a spectacular beach, elegant accommodations, one of Latin America’s largest swimming pools and countless activities for singles, couples and families of all ages.
Búzios, a peninsula in Southeastern Brazil two and a half hours north of Rio, is best known for its 20 naturally protected beaches. Once a small fishing village, the town was put on the map in the mid-1960s by a visit from Brigitte Bardot, when the actress and model traveled there with her Brazilian boyfriend.
“After 10 successful years with Breezes Costa do Sauipe in Northeastern Brazil, we decided to offer travelers a second SuperClubs experience with the opening of Breezes Búzios, the first international standard hotel in the charming Região Dos Lagos (Lakes Region),” said Xavier Veciana, Brazil SuperClubs CEO. “The exquisite location of the new resort, coupled with our Super-Inclusive amenities and activities provides guests endless opportunities to renew their energy, relax and have fun.”
Breezes Búzios’ architecture features rustic and modern elements in its bungalow, guestroom and suite designs. Many of the 329 finely appointed accommodations boast comforts such as private pool access and Jacuzzi wet decks overlooking the sea.
For those with business to do, the all inclusive Brazil resort has a 5,511 square foot convention center, with a capacity of up to 550 people. The space can be divided into four 1,378 square foot rooms, and another three smaller meetings rooms are available for groups up to 20. A business center with six computers is available, and all rooms have wireless Internet access.
Breezes Búzios takes environmental preservation seriously. Beach, forest and sand dune recovery took place during the building process. A garden was set up to grow seedlings for replanting native vegetation. Some sustainable materials were used in the resort’s construction and water will be reclaimed and used in landscape irrigation. The resort will also recycle organic waste and train employees on how to save energy and preserve the environment.