With astonishing beaches, a lively culture and a booming economy, Brazil is one hot destination; especially, if you have the opportunity to visit Casa do Dean located at the cliff top of Alta Mucugê.
Designed by architect Carlos de Oliveira Rodrigues, this hip boutique hotel will blow your mind. Every detail in the house adds to make it a true wonder. Starting with its unique and exclusive location in the village of Arraial d Ajuda in Bahia Brazil, Casa Do Dean is a chic and fashionable place.
Immersed on a thick foliage, the house's high ceilings and long terraces facing the rainforest will awake your inner hippie soul. You'll find yourself yearning to nap in one of its four white outdoors hammocks, or to simply relax in its rain head showers while listing to your favorite music in Bose iPod speakers.
The inside of this stunner is unbelievably stylish and modern. The plain white wall combined with colorful and vibrant art deco lamps, Turkish cushions and rugs, and African accessories will transport you to another world. The natural light coming from its multiple windows and 12-meters of french doors is breathless, making anyone feel alive and energized. The temperature will always be perfect thanks to its hand-made designer Chrome fans.
All furniture and countertops are made from Brazilian wood. The bathrooms are all covered with spanish-inspired titles, which will add an extra doses of swankiness to the experience. This two-bedroom beauty promises you to feel like the king of the jungle.
Casa do Dean is within walking distance of gorgeous beaches and a variety of latino restaurants and bars -- there are plenty of activities to enjoy and places to see. If you want to escape this winter to paradise, this rainforest retreat will certainly offer you more than warm weather.
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