Barack Obama, Charles III (today King of England), Nicolás Sarkozy and Ángela Merkel, among other great heads of state, were already happy to wake up admiring the beauty of Lake Parano from the roof of one of the presidential suites at the Royal Tulip. Brasilia. In addition to highlighting elegance and modernity, the space is a true strategic point during official visits between countries, since it is very close to the Planalto Palace and the Alvorada Palace.
The Royal Tulip Brasilia has two presidential suites, each measuring 420 square meters. To better accommodate discerning guests, the fifth-floor suite has been revitalized after 20 years of history and is ready for new accommodations with all the comforts of a hotel.
“The big difference with this hotel is the possibility of receiving a large entourage. We have already had the opportunity to receive 96% of the official visits that have passed through Brasilia”.Jean Nogueira, General Manager of Royal Tulip Brasilia
All the floors and coverings of the renovated Presidential Suite have been changed, in addition to receiving new decorations that appreciate the clean style. The furnishings feature pieces from famous designers such as Le Corbusier, Mies Van Der Rohe, and Bethial Bethial.
“We are very pleased with the reopening of the Presidential Suite at Royal Tulip Brasilia, which has welcomed many international dignitaries, and is now more beautiful and prepared than ever.”Paolo Michel, CEO of the Louvre Hotel Group
The decoration of the space fascinates down to the smallest detail, where comfort is the essential piece. Among the seats, the Barcelonas armchairs and a sofa stand out, both signed by the German architect and designer Mies Van Der Rohe.
The hotel’s current owner, Andrei Octavio Kubitschek, says he is optimistic about the outcome. For this reform we have carried out studies on what is best for the heads of state, because it is always a little more complex and requires greater demands. But we have known how to adapt well and the pavilion is prepared to receive emblematic figures from all over the world”.
Located on the fifth floor of the Royal Tulip Brasilia Hotel, the Presidential Suite is divided into an entrance hall, living room, TV room, dining room, coffee room, office, bedroom with bar area, and bedroom. Small TV area, two closets and a large marble bathroom with two showers and Jacuzzi. In addition to a roof top overlooking Lake Paranoa.
The space also contains an adjoining room that serves to assist the authority’s security team. The place also has a support kitchen available to the guest.
On the occasion of the reopening of the Presidential Suite, the Royal Tulip Brasilia promoted a cocktail party on Tuesday (10/25). The event was attended by representatives of the embassies who were able to visit the renovated room. On the occasion, a Hall of Fame was also inaugurated in the hotel lobby with portraits of symbolic authorities who have already resided there.
“We are very optimistic, we have always believed in tourism, especially tourism in Brasilia. We know the importance of tourism in strengthening our economy. So we are investing in the hotel sector, because we know that it can achieve high growth in the coming years.” years.”
The Presidential Suite is one of the accommodation options for the heads of state who will land in Brasilia for the presidential inauguration early next year.