While the temperature fluctuates between -3 and 10 degrees making us weep in despair at having to face another 2 months of this, there is a very colourful light at the end of the tunnel. We may not be able to hop on a plane to the tropics of Brazil but thanks to Guanabara, the sights and sounds will be headed our way in the shape of Rio Carnival – now if we could only get the sun over too.
For seven days Guanabara will play host to non-stop festivity with a variety of events, from live percussion bands and samba dance parades to huge carnival masked parties and DJs playing the hottest sounds straight from Rio. Guests can expect delicious Brazilian street food, the best rum cocktails and ice cold Brahmas in town, plus Guanabara will be making and selling the most Caipirinhas in the world this side of the Atlantic, so thirsty guests will not be disappointed.
Rio Carnival at Guanabara takes place Wednesday 3rd February – Tuesday 9th February 2016.