Txai Resort Itacare , Brazil

A member of the exclusive group of Relais & Châteaux hotels, the Txai Resort in Itacare, Brazil goes way beyond hospitality.

The daily philosophy of well-being and well hosting is practiced by offering unique moments in a refuge that transmits comfort and simplicity in every detail.

Built on a 92-hectare farm, on Itacarezinho beach, which is 15 km form Itacaré; its Bahian shore is the only one with rocky mountains that hide small and delicate beaches of fine sand in their coves, waters of green and emerald colors with a warm temperature all year round, and a stretch of soft white sand full of coconut trees along the shore.

Txai Itacare - Itacare, Brazil

The hotel is located on a 100-hectare estate of native Atlantic Rainforest, an ancient oceanfront farm that produced coconut and cocoa in the Environmental Protection Area of Itacaré- Serra Grande.

The exclusive bungalows ensure coziness and privacy with maximum comfort. The restaurants offer a light cuisine with local products served in carefully prepared dishes. The therapies, massages, baths and aesthetic treatments offered by the Shamash Healing Space ensure health and well-being.

Txai Itacare

Alchemy occurs when we blend passion, regional ingredients and international culinary techniques. At the Txai Itacaré, the cuisine acquires unique flavors and scents in two restaurants: Orixás and Praia.

The Bahian cuisine is presented with contemporary techniques and the vast selection of South American and International wines, which ensure the perfect matching.

Txai Itacare Dining

The living areas have comfortable couches and the library has the best photography books in Brazil. They hold romantic dinners in strategic spots of the property. They select the most optimal background music. Dances and folkloric presentations can brighten up moonlit dinners or dining to the sound of crackling fire. They hold events, parties and weddings.

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Txai Itacare Rooms
Txai Itacare Rooms
Txai Itacare Rooms

Txai Itacare

Travel Tips
Try to pick up at least a few basic greetings, directional questions, and common curiosities in the native language(s) before you leave for your trip.
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