The Pay-By-The-Hour Brazilian Love Motels

A guide to the best pay-by-the-hour hotels for Valentine’s

The world leaders in the love hotel are Japan and Brazil ,where it’s perfectly respectable for dating or married couples to check in for an afternoon’s nookie. was a pay-by-the-hour

Intimate Escapes, for a Few Hours, in Brazil’s Love Motels

Sep 24, 2015 · The Brazilian Association of Motels says the market is so popular and competitive that there are about 5,000 love motels nationwide — 300 in São Paulo alone.

Inside One of Brazil’s Luxurious ‘Love Motels’ Where

The Lush was founded in 1990 and had been operating under pay-by-the-hour confines until the motel upgraded all of its rooms last year in a $1.5-million project.

Love Land Stop Time photography series shows Brazil’s love

Photo essay: worried that Brazil’s love motels would fall foul of Olympic development, Dutch duo Vera van de Sandt and Jur Oster visited the pay-by-the-hour rooms to capture the moods of these

A Traveler’s Guide to Brazilian Motels – TripSavvy

A motel can also be a rendezvous for affairs or a getaway for married couples looking for a change. Motels in the Brazil Scenario. Motels first appeared in Brazil in the late 1960s as an alternative for the unmarried when hotels used to require marriage certificates from couples before check-in.

Brazil’s luxury ‘love motels’ offer sexual experiences for

Founded in 1990, the Lush has offered the same service as the city’s countless other love motels – a basic bedroom, rented by the hour, where couples could go to have sex.

10 Things You Should Know About Love Motels in Brazil

10 Things You Should Know About Love Motels in Brazil When you come to Brazil , whether it’s on vacation, a business trip or other purposes, and no matter if you’re a man or a woman, there is always the possibility (chance, risk, call it what you want…) that you end up in a situation where you need a room for one, two or three hours.

Why Brazilians Visit Love Motels – CityLab

A Peek Inside Brazilian ‘Love Motels’ Tanvi Misra; Sep 27, 2016. Tanvi Misra is a staff writer for CityLab covering immigrant communities, housing, economic inequality, and culture.