- Reviews: 511
Hotel Monte Bianco: Nice hotel in Capivari
During our weekend trip to Campos do Jordao, this was a very nice and affordable option.
Nice accomodations on this remodelled building make your stay there comfortable and with a "home" atmosphere.
Well located in Capivari, the fancy centre of Campos do Jordao.
- Reviews: 560
cantinho de Portugal: Stayed at this hotel
Although it was a warm day at night it got really cold so had to have the heaters on
The town is high on mountains so it gets very cold..
There was a very nice breakfast and interesting plants in the garden and ofcourse beautiful building designed like buildings in Switzerland.
- Reviews: 3108
Flat Hotel Palazzo: Everything in a room
Hotel rooms are two bedroom, with kitchen area including microwave oven and other items that are helpful for an extended stay.
The hotel is quite close to the end of the railway line that connects Campos do Jordão to Pindamonhangaba and Reino das Aguas Claras park. I expect that the hotel is quite expensive during peak travel periods, but we were there in August, and because of the cold temperatures Brazilian tourists were not common here.
- Reviews: 577
Park Hotel Duas Quedas: Charming Chalets (cottages)
This hotel offers an original type of accommodation. It is located inside a real park, surrounded by 2 waterfalls, a lake, flowers and centenarian araucárias. At the time, I stayed with my friends at the 6-person chalet (or was it 8?). Our chalet was very simple but very charming. And the surroundings were very beautiful. It was a group excursion, so I can't tell much about the rates.
Chalets and house are located in a 12,000 m2 area. House linen provided. No meals served.
- 6-person chalet: 3 bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom (shower+WC) and a living-room.
- 8-person chalet: mezzanine, bedroom, living-room, a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom.
- 10-person house: fireplace, suite room, bedroom, living-room, dining-room, bathroom.
House linen provided
No meals served
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- Reviews: 26
Terrazza Hotel: A nice place to stay
My wife and I stayed at the the hotel during the New Year's long weekend. It's a family owned smal size hotel, with only 30 apartments, but very confortable and cozy. They display several antique collections such like watchs and clocks, cookware and cook books. The hotel offers only breakfast and a soup bowl at nigth. The hotel crew is very courteous and helpfull. I recommend the hotel for a family stay.
Although there is no outstanding characteristcs, the hotel offers a very cozy ambiance with lots of antiques and paintings, producing a home decor. The outside garden and pool areas are very atractive and just across the street there is a beautiful park for treaking or just a walk. The centerville is just a mile way.
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