Why we like it
- Located on the corner of Salvador’s historic district, just a short stroll from the waterfront
- Set in a beautifully restored 1930s art deco building, this property is celebrated as the first luxury hotel in Bahia
- The rooftop terrace is the perfect place for a cocktail and for watching the sun set over the bay
About Fera Palace Hotel
Located on Rua Chile, the gateway to Salvador’s historic district, Fera Palace Hotel combines historic architecture with contemporary design. This iconic landmark’s triangular structure was inspired by the famous Flatiron building in New York City. Originally opened in 1934, the hotel became a reference point for Bahia’s nightlife, playing host to authors, actors, celebrities and presidents. The property’s 81 elegant rooms and suites, complete with Smart TVs, Bluetooth speakers and complimentary Wi-Fi, promise a comfortable stay.
The hotel’s sophisticated lobby bar is a welcoming spot for a drink, while the Adamastor restaurant serves up contemporary cuisine inspired by local flavours. Be sure to head up to the rooftop terrace, too. With an incredible backdrop of the bay, it’s an idyllic place to relax with a book, take a dip in the infinity edge pool or just admire the views with an ice-cold cocktail.