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Built in the highest peak of Gramado, in the middle of the woods, but, at the same time, at a 7 minute walk from the downtown area. Every room has a view, be it of the garden, the woods or the valley.
Accomodation: Infrastructure of the great chains and the charm of the small hotels in one place.
The objective of the architect Fernanda Ely was to recreate the feeling of being a guest in a countryside house. The guest rooms are large, bed linen is immaculate and en suite bathrooms feature showers big enough for two.
All apartments are served with the following amenities: central heating, small fridge, safe, 29' TV, king size beds with cotton linens, Egiptian cotton towels, robe de chambre with monograms, special pillows (anti-allergic or made with goose feathers), designer pieces and lots, lots of space.
Facilities: The staff is helpful, congenial and ready to provide anything you may want. The front desk can also schedule a massage, reflexotherapy, personal trainer, baby sitter, water gym or manicure.
Dining: No visit to Gramado is complete without a contact with its excellent gastronomy. Italian, German and Swiss immigrants brought their recipes and mixed them with the local cuisine to create Pantagruelic feasts like the Cafe Colonial - a meal that consists of everything you can eat from a table of 70 German varieties - or delicate experiences like the fondue. Gramado offers options to dine such as Italian Canteens, Fondue Houses, Racleteries, Café Colonial, Brazilian Barbecue, German and Swiss cuisine restaurants, game dishes and more.
Leisure: The 17 units share the privilege to use a huge indoors heated swimming pool, a sauna, a fitness center, a solarium terrace, a lounge and table games room and a pool table.
The Serra Gaúcha region offers countless leisure options for all tastes.
The major attraction is certainly the Itaimbezinho Canyon, the only green canyon in the world, located at about 70 km from downtown Gramado. While most of the canyons around the globe are settled in desert regions, Itaimbezinho is involved in a luxuriously green vegetation, a bit of the Mata Atlântica, a typical vegetation from the Brazilian Coast that is now under extinction.
Our front desk can arrange land rover excursions to the Itaimbezinho, or we can also manage to schedule a trekking group in the region.
There are also several waterfalls in the region, the most famous being the Cascata do Caracol. There are trekking excursions to some of the waterfalls that surround Gramado, but you can also simply go to have a beer and listen to its impressive sound in the Mirante Restaurant.
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