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Fasano Salvador is a luxurious hotel in Salvador. The magnificent art deco building served as the first headquarters of Bahia’s longest running newspaper “A Tarde”. It has been recognised by the Institute of Cultural and Artistic Heritage as an integral part of Bahian Cultural Heritage.
The hotel was designed by the award-winning Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld. The hotel's facilities are outstanding with spacious rooms, a relaxing rooftop swimming pool, a business centre and a spa. Fasano is renowned for its gastronomy and Fasano Salvador is no exception. The restaurant is dedicated to the Italian classics and is the perfect place to indulge yourself on antipasti, pasta, meats, risottos and fish.
The spacious Rooms are well equipped with sumptuous hardwood floors, 300-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and white goose down pillows. The higher room categories even enjoy outstanding Ocean Front views of the Bay of All Saints.
Discretion and sophistication are at the core of Fasano’s approach to customer service, the group is renowned for its excellent standards. Fasano Salvador is located Castro Alves Square part of the historic city centre and enjoys commanding views of the Bay of All Saints.
A full-service concierge team is on hand 24 hours a day to ensure that your every need is attended to, the on-site spa offers a full menu of treatments to cleanse and relax your body, mind and soul. Book in advance to avoid disappointment.
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