What’s Hot: Notable Long-Term Rentals in South America

The 4-year-old Oasis Collections offers modern residences throughout South America for long-term rental along with a concierge service, members-only clubhouses, and private drivers. Of its 600 apartments, houses, and villas in eight cities, these three properties are among the best—and most stylish. 631.731.1677, www.oasiscollections.com

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This minimalistic home on Joatinga beach, which is known for its world-class surfing, features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, hardwood floors, and a roughly 6,500-square-foot open layout where a geometric flight of concrete stairs is the focal point. Outdoors, a 4,000-square-foot deck surrounds a private pool and sauna and offers expansive views of Rio’s southern shore. Rates range from $4,120 to $6,470 per night for a five-night minimum stay.

São Paulo, Brazil
Located in the exclusive Jardins district, this 3,800-square-foot apartment is a great way to explore some of the best shopping and dining that Brazil’s largest city has to offer. A stark white palette runs through the residence’s four bedrooms, with pops of bold saturated color scattered throughout. Additional features include four and a half bathrooms, two maid’s bedrooms, and two offices. Rates range from $30,000 to $60,000 per month for a 30-night minimum stay.

Cartagena, Colombia
Spanish colonial architecture meets Colombia’s northern Caribbean coast in this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath house. Rustic wooden double doors welcome guests into the 3,800-square-foot residence that has exposed wooden ceiling beams in every room. Highlights include an open-air living room and kitchen that look out onto a private pool and a rooftop terrace that serves as an ideal place for alfresco lounging. Rates range from $930 to $1,430 per night for a three-night minimum stay.

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