Luxury combines with nature and the exquisite setting is an astounding example of the philosophy of Insólito. Emmanuelle Meeus de Clermont Tonnerre designed each detail that encompasses our interiors, and the landscaping and lighting are the work of renowned Brazilian artists Anouck Barcat and Maneco Quinderó.
Insólito is more than a Boutique Hotel, it is also an art gallery, where you can discover and buy pieces from young talented artists.
Insólito Boutique Hotel embodies and exemplifies the green and yellow Brazilian soul.
Facilities include a restaurant with a stunning view of Ferradura Beach. Insólito has a Wellness Center with responsible professionals whose services include: body and facial treatments, massages and Indian rituals to guarantee relaxation by the sea.
The restaurant “A Galeria” offers a menu characterized by the deep appreciation of local ingredients from nearby vegetable gardens to seafood from the waters surrounding the hotel, in Ferradura Beach. The chef also utilizes pancs(unconventional edible plants) in the preparation of certain dishes.
A Galeria is an unmissable destination in Búzios. In addition to impeccable gastronomy, the decoration includes contemporary works of art from artists all over the world adding to an unforgettable dining experience.
Insólito has two boats available for use by guests: the Rush boat - 30 feet, capacity 8 people - is ideal for tours around the principle beaches in Búzios, where guests can also take part in fishing or picnics; the Dragos – 19 feet, capacity 4 people – is used more for water-skiing, wakeboarding and “bóia-cross” which is a variation of water-skiing.
In the social area, Insólito has a fresh water pool, a salt water pool, a dry sauna, a steam sauna, Jacuzzi and Ofurô. There are also three bicycles which are available for use by the guests.
Situated in the house of Photography and Literature, the suite is an immersion into the world of artist Almir Reis, a renowned Brazilian photographer, famous for his landscapes of Rio de Janeiro.
Photography books and Brazilian literature have been laid out to enhance and compliment this ambience.
Situated in Casa Terra Brasil, this suite reveals the extraordinary miscegenation of the Brazilian people. The main focus of the decoration are paintings by Luciana Gomes (Argentine artist), inspired by the work of Adriana Varejão, who explored the diversity of the Brazilian skin tone bringing the matter to light in the hope of proving that in spite of differing race and religion, people can live together harmoniously
Situated in Casa do Modernismo (House of Modernism), this suite is a tribute to the song composed by Caetano Veloso in 1968, Alegria, one of the main figureheads of the Tropicalismo movement..
Situated in Casa Terra Brasil, the Kalunga suite pays tribute to the black influence in Brazil, a nation descendant of the Africans, enslaved by the Portuguese at the beginning of colonization.
Orfeu da Conceição
The theatrical play Orfeu da Conceição, written by Vinícius de Moraes and the soundtrack composed by Tom Jobim, was the inspiration when naming this Insólito Suite – a space to contemplate the LP with the same name released by recording company Odeon.