Hotels by City

Here are the most visited cities. If the place you want to visit is not listed here, go to the Reservation Form and write the city you want to visit and the hotel you want to stay in and we will find the best price for you.

  • Angra dos Reis (Rio de Janeiro) is one of the most beautiful places in Brazil with 365 islands and 2000 beaches. More…
  • Aracajú (Sergipe) is known for its typical Brazilian parties called “festas juninas” and many nautical attractions… More…
  • Arraial d’Ajuda (Bahia) is a remote place with good touristic structure. Pousadas, restaurants, cibercafés… More…
  • Armação de Búzios (Rio de Janeiro) has a good infrastructure with fine hotels, nice bars and fancy restaurants. More…
  • Beberibe (Ceará) is a link to the Morro Branco and Fontesbeaches and unspoiled beaches nearby. More…
  • Belém (Pará) is located on the southern branch of Amazon River and the main point of entry to the Amazon region. More…
  • Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais) is a planned city, originally modeled after Washington DC, but its recent expansion… More…
  • Blumenau (Santa Catarina) has a Germanic architecture and the traditional Oktoberfest. More…
  • Boa Vista (Rorâima) is a planned city, but due to its distant location from any other city, has a small population… More…
  • Brasília (Distrito Federal) capital of Brazil, is a futuristic city in the midst of unspoiled nature. More…
  • Búzios (Rio de Janeiro) has a good infrastructure with fine hotels, nice bars and fancy restaurants. More…
  • Cabo Frio (Rio de Janeiro) located at 155 Km from the city of Rio de Janeiro, is the main commercial city of the Lakes… More…
  • Campinas (São Paulo) is known as City of Andorinhas, and is one of the fastest growing cities in Brazil. More…
  • Campo Grande (Mato Grosso do Sul), the State’s Capital and kindly known as Morena due to the red color of its land. More…
  • Canoa Quebrada (Ceará) still has beaches without houses and attracts mostly Europeans. 167 km from Fortaleza. More…
  • Corumbá (Mato Grosso do Sul), with 37% of Pantanal area, the economic activities are cattle, fishing ant tourism… More…
  • Costa do Sauípe (Bahia) has 5 hotels and 6 Pousadas. At the Vila Nova da Praia you find bars, restaurantes, shops… More…
  • Cuiabá (Mato Grosso) in the Midwest of Brazil, is very hot and dry. Attractions are the Indian Museum and the Zoo… More…
  • Curitiba (Paraná). A mosaic of bucolic landscape and a typical life style in metropolitan city coexist in harmony. More…
  • Fernando de Noronha (Pernambuco) has a small and simple infrastructure with lots of Inns and Pousadas… More…
  • Florianópolis (Santa Catarina) is a large beach community. There is also a large lagoon Lagoa da Conceicao… More…
  • Fortaleza (Ceará) has its perennial sunshine and sensual beach life style, but also a special inner-city rhythm. More…
  • Foz do Iguaçú (Paraná), the “Land of the Falls” with the splendor of rain forests, rivers and lakes, an ecological… More…
  • Goiânia (Goiás), has several entertainment areas at shopping malls. Or if you prefer a walk you can visit the City Park. More…
  • Gramado (Rio Grande do Sul) is one of the most visited cities during the Cinema Festival of Gramado in January. More…
  • Guarujá (São Paulo) is a beach town with all big town services and attractions, such as shopping malls, night life… More…
  • Guarulhos (São Paulo) has many leisure options and a wonderful natural reserve where you can ride bicycles… More…
  • Ilhabela (São Paulo) is an invitation to exploration, walking on its narrow streets, privacy in distant beaches… More…
  • Ilha de Marajó (Pará) has the lagest herd of bufalos and a large variety of birds and fish… More…
  • Ilhéus (Bahia) is a growing resort area with many unspoiled beaches spreading to the north and south of the city… More…
  • Itatiaia (Rio de Janeiro) a paradise for mountaineers, trekkers, and nature lovers, Itatiaia National Park was the first… More…
  • Jericoacoara (Ceará) is one of the most beautiful and natural beaches. There are no hotels or streets to reach the… More…
  • João Pessoa (Paraíba) spreads over a flat coast with few tall buildings and many streets of private houses… More…
  • Joinville (Santa Catarina) is the largest and richest city in the State of Santa Catarina, situated in the south… More…
  • Macapá (Amapá). The only way to reach the city is by boat or by airplane, what contributes for… More…
  • Maceió (Alagoas) has a beautiful coast where most of the tourist hotels and restaurants are concentrated… More…
  • Manaus (Amazonas) is point of departure to visiting the Amazon region. Many tour boats leave Manaus to see… More…
  • Morro de São Paulo (Bahia) at the Ilha de Tinharé, has calm and clean beaches. Access by boat or airplane… More…
  • Natal (Rio Grande do Norte) has extraordinary beaches with tiny fishing villages. More…
  • Niterói (Rio de Janeiro) has restored its Historical Center and the port area, colonized by the Portuquese… More…
  • Olinda (Pernambuco) is noted for its 16th and 17th century ornate churches and for the colonial buildings. Also… More…
  • Ouro Preto (Minas Gerais) is the masterpiece of colonial architecture in Brazil with fountains, churches, ruins… More…
  • Palmas (Tocantins) has wide and long avenues, rotating parkings with gardens, known as “queijinhos”… More…
  • Pantanal (Mato Grosso) is one of the last virgin areas on the face of earth. A huge lowland plain, it is entirely… More…
  • Paraty (Rio de Janeiro) is a charming colonial town where motor vehicle traffic has been banned from its narrow… More…
  • Petrópolis (Rio de Janeiro) is a charming city where important people from the Brazilian history have lived… More…
  • Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul), on the banks of the Guaiba River, an interesting visit to know the “gaucho” culture. More…
  • Porto de Galinhas (Pernambuco) has narrow streets and beautiful beaches. Attracts mostly Portuguese & Italians. More…
  • Porto Seguro (Bahia) is a resort town composed by Arraial d’Ajuda and Trancoso, where the best beaches are… More…
  • Porto Velho (Rondonia). Exotic boats trips to the Teotonio and Santo Antonio waterfalls and the ruins… More…
  • Recife (Pernambuco) is known as the “Brazilian Venice” because of its many canals and waterways and bridges… More…
  • Rio Branco (Acre) has many different names in the past. It has origins when the seringalista Neutel… More…
  • Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro) capital of the State of Rio de Janeiro, is nestled between the mountains and the sea… More…
  • Salvador (Bahia) capital of the State of Bahia, was also Brazil’s capital until 1763, is divided in two parts… More…
  • Santos (São Paulo) is the port city of São Paulo and also has nice beaches… More…
  • São Luis (Maranhão) has a lot of traditions, such as folkloric manifestations, Nossa Sra. Rosário dos Pretos church… More…
  • São Paulo (São Paulo) is the most important and dynamic economic center in Latin America. It is a cosmopolitan… More…
  • São Sebastião (São Paulo) is the gateway to Ilhabela and has all kind of beaches… More…
  • Teresina (Piauí) is the only capital in this area that is not situated near the beaches… More…
  • Tiradentes (Minas Gerais). The Serra de São José dominates landscape of the city, one of the smallest and well… More…
  • Vitória (Espírito Santo). The capixaba capital is connected to the continent by two bridges and… More…