Quality Hotel Niteroi
Rua Alvarp Caetano
Phone: (55) 21 26199500
Fax: (55) 21 26199521
Rua Alvarp Caetano 908 Camboinhas, Niteroi, BR, 24358-000
- Phone: (55) 21 26199500
- Fax: (55) 21 26199521
Theatre Princesa Isabel is a theater situated away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. It is a cultural hub for all art lovers in Rio de Janeiro. It plays host to several plays that are widely acclaimed by critics. Being close to several restaurants, international brand stores and bars, it is an ideal place to spend an evening after a show.
The extensive list of performances at the Teatro Villa-Lobos is just a glimpse of what to expect at this grand theatre. Host to innumerable dance and drama performances, this is a favored venue with state-of-art equipment and ample space for various events. This venue is visited by many theater lovers as it hosts remarkable and classic performances that one cannot afford to miss.
The only public marina in Rio, the Marina da Glória is the perfect venue for any nautical event. Inside the beautiful Parque do Flamengo, it offers all the infrastructure for keeping boats and organizing trade shows, with moorage areas, nautical services, restaurants and bars. It also contains a number of shops that sell anything from accessories and supplies for cruisers and sailboats, to boats of all types and sizes. The marina is also the departure point for cruises around the bay and off the coast of Rio.
Housed within Castelino do Flamingo, Centro Cultural Oduvaldo Vianna Filho was established in 1992. A heritage site, it houses three rooms for lectures, seminars and talks, an auditorium with a seating capacity of 40 and three additional galleries, which though small in area fulfill their purpose. The center houses a library with a collection of 750 books. It also conducts poetry, workshops, various literary courses, debates, seminars and exhibitions of films. All in all, if you are a connoisseur of literary works then the events held here will definitely excite you.
The ultimate place for art lovers and historians, Oi Futuro, also known as the Espaço Cultural Oi Futuro, is not easy to categorize. Built back in 1918, the four story building houses state-of-the-art theater facilities, a large collection of documents, drafts, videos, musical memorabilia and a library too. The center is known for hosting the best of art exhibitions, concerts, theater works, film screenings and a lot more.
Located in the Museum of Modern Art, this 180-seat cinema features timeless classics from different countries, art films, special exhibitions and festivals. The museum has an impressive art collection, a café with live music, and important temporary exhibitions. From the balconies, the visitors have a breathtaking view of the Flamengo Park and the Guanabara Bay. For admission and show times, please call the box office. Paid parking is provided.
Since its inception in the 1950s, the Teatro Maison de France has been one of the major theatrical venues in Rio de Janeiro. In 1996, with the help of the French Consulate, the theater was totally revamped with state-of-the-art lighting and stage equipment and air conditioning. The venue hosts regular concerts, dance recitals, dramas and seminars. When regular shows are not happening, the space is also available on rent for meetings and seminars.
The music house initially came up to mark the contribution of renowned guitarist and musician, Baden Powell. Today, Sala Baden Powell serves as a premier music venue for all major musicals, concerts and theater works in the city. It has played host to some of the most renowned artists and musicians from all over the world in the past and continues to do so, even today. The magnificent front facade of the building is immediately arresting, as are the beautiful interiors. Being located in Copacabana only adds to the splendor of the historic theater. A must-visit for all art lovers.
Vivo Rio is a venue for events that are classy and demand style and elegance. This spacious venue is located within the beautiful and scenic Parque do Flamengo. It is fit for all types of events, right from receptions to conferences, seminars to social gatherings. This grand place can accommodate up to 5000 guests. Being the official venue of Vivo Rio, it is host to many meetings and conferences of this company.
Named after the famous journalist and theatrical author Raymundo Magalhães Junior, this theater is housed within Academia Brasileira de Letras, which is a society formed for writers and poets of various genres. Teatro Raymundo de Magalhães Junior, although more inclined towards serious dramas addressing current social issues, does manage to do so whilst entertaining the audience. Having said that, this theater does occasionally showcase plays that are lighter in nature. A salutation to a great comic author and a journalist par excellence, Teatro Raymundo de Magalhães Junior is a place for all theater enthusiasts.
Named after the famous German-American author, Bar Bukowski is a firm favorite with Rio's young bohemians. The converted colonial building regularly features live music on the top floor, while DJs spin indie and alternative tunes downstairs. The venue also features a large outdoor drinking area with comfy seating and a bar. Those who like narguiles (hookahs) can try out the different flavors offered here.
Located on the top floor of the Botafogo Praia Shopping, Cinemark Botafogo is a popular spot for movie goers. Catch the latest blockbusters at this state-of-the-art movie theater with colossal screens, six soundproofed halls, comfortable recliner seats and a great sound system. The theater has a snack bar where you can munch on some goodies during the intermission. Cinemark Botafogo truly enhances your cinematic experience to a different level.