Rio de Janeiro
Effectively populated from its foundation in 1565, Rio de Janeiro became the main commercial port of Colonial Brazil, becoming the seat of the Empire and of the Republic until 1960, when the Federal District was moved to Brasília.
Pedra da Laguna Hotel Boutique & SpaBúzios - Desde 2002
Hotel Solar do ImpérioPetrópolis - Desde 2007
Pousada Les RochesPetrópolis - Desde 2007
Quinta da Paz ResortPetrópolis - Desde 2009
Parador LumiarNova Friburgo - Desde 2013
Hotel Fazenda UniãoRio das Flores - Desde 2015
Pousada Mauá BrasilVisconde de Mauá - Desde 2016
The state of São Paulo was first colonized by Martim Afonso de Souza, in 1532, when the vila of São Vicente was founded. In 1554, the Jesuits moved to the highland and Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta established the seat of Captaincy of São Vicente, later known as São Paulo. From there, the "flags" departed: pioneering expeditions that headed towards the South, reaching Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul, culminating in the discovery of gold in Minas Gerais, in 1693.
Fazenda CapoavaItu - Desde 2002
Quinta dos PinhaisSanto Antônio do Pinhal - Desde 2005
Ronco do BugioPiedade - Desde 2007
The state of Minas Gerais is mountainous iron and green valleys, carved by streams. Streams that once hid gold. The gold that made colonial villages with their colorful houses and hillsides. Beholding these villages, the visitor feels, treks or rides through its history. Above all, he enjoys the traditional hospitality of Minas Gerais, with its cuisine and varied handicrafts.
Pousada do MondegoOuro Preto - Desde 1992
Solar da PonteTiradentes - Desde 1992
Santa Catarina has a 400 km beach covered coast, but throughout its territory the influence of German and Austrian colonization with its half-timbered architecture, gardens, gastronomy, handicrafts and textile industry blends with the scenery and climate of the origins of its first inhabitants. Its local festivals have conquered the national calendar.
Rio do Rastro Eco ResortBom Jardim da Serra - Desde 2008
Rio Grande do Sul
With well-defined seasons, the State of Rio Grande do Sul, located outside the tropical zone, offers, in the Serra Gaúcha, a flowery spring, a mild summer, a very pleasant autumn and in winter the cold weather attracts many tourists. Among other things, you’ll discover beautiful mountain ranges, with flowers, araucaria, pine trees, waterfalls, wineries, immigrant colonies - landscapes that resemble Europe. In December, even without snow, Gramado and Canela delight with their Christmas of Lights.
Estalagem St. HubertusGramado - Desde 1998
Estalagem La HaciendaGramado - Desde 2009
Located in the central Brazilian Plateau, between table-top mountains, canyons, depressions and valleys. The territory of Goiás, is rich in geomorphologic landscapes with ancient sedimentary crystalline lands, plateaus carved by erosion creating striking contrasts of singular beauty.
Pousada Villa do ComendadorPirenópolis - Desde 2013
Pousada Cavaleiro dos PireneusPirenópolis - Desde 2014
Casarão Villa do ImpérioPirenópolis - Desde 2017
The first place trodden by Portuguese discoverers, in 1500, Bahia holds vestiges of its past struggles and glories, that cross the sugar cane and cocoa cycles and transform the state today into a colorful tapestry where the striking influence of African slaves is also appreciated through its exuberant gastronomy.
Hotel Canto das ÁguasChapada Diamantina - Desde 2003
Rio Grande do Norte
Rio Grande do Norte is known for the beauty of beaches such as Forte, Pipa, Genipabu and Redinha, with crystal clear waters, dunes and reefs. Its cultural wealth is historical. Taking just the city of Natal: it was a refuge for French privateers and Dutch pirates, a destination for European Jews fleeing religious persecution, and an American military base during World War II. There the Portuguese built the Fortaleza dos Reis Magos, at the mouth of the Potengi River, in the 17th century.
Manary Praia HotelNatal - Desde 1999
The history of Fortaleza, capital of Ceará, is largely fused with the history of the state, land of Tupi Indians of various denominations. The effective occupation of the territory of Ceará began in 1603 with the “flag” of Pero Coelho de Souza who founded the Fort of São Tiago, in Barra do Ceará, in Fortaleza.