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Hotels and B&Bs in São Bento do Sapucaí: Where to stay

There are several options for hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucai: from the simplest to the most luxurious. It has something for everyone.

In this post, we will give tips on where to stay there, in addition to talking about the best to do in the city.

Tips for hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí

before we give the tips on where to stay in São Bento do Sapucaílet’s talk a little about the best in town:

Things to do in São Bento do Sapucai

located at 185 km from Sao Paulo, Sao Bento do Sapucai stays on the border with Minas Gerais. the city has waterfalls, rock formations, beautiful landscapes and lots of outdoor activities.

the rock formation State Natural Monument of Pedra do Baú is known for having chest stonethat has 1950 meters altitudea Bauzinho Stone and Ana Chata’s Stone.

Pedra do Baú in São Bento do Sapucaí (Photo: Secretary of Tourism of SP/Aniello de Vita – Expressão Studio)

At waterfalls of the city are also well known, among them are the Lovesthat of toboggan and the Toldi.

São Bento do Sapucaí is also famous for its mosaics and for gastronomy. For adventurers, there are climbing, bike rides, trails and much more.

Take the opportunity to see on the city hall’s website the city ​​tourist map.

Best hotels and B&Bs in São Bento do Sapucai

See the list of hotels we have separated:

All notes were checked in November on Booking.

Pousada do Quilombo (grade 8.6)

THE Pousada do Quilombo has view of the mountainstwo outdoor pools, children’s playgrounds, a game room and accommodations with a balcony plus a spa with a gym and hot tub.

Hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí: View from Quilombo (Photo: Disclosure)
Quilombo Inn (Photo: Publicity)

You rooms have fireplace, satellite TV, minibar and balcony. Daily rates usually include breakfast. Those who have already stayed praise the comfort, location and service (grade 8.6 on Booking).

Beautiful Moon (grade 9.5)

With garden and terrace, the beautiful moon is another tip among the hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí. Accommodations have a seating area, TV, minibar, fireplace and washing machine.. People praise the service and cleanliness of the hotel (score 9.5 on Booking).

Outside area of ​​Pousada Lua Bonita in the countryside of São Paulo (Photo: Disclosure)
Pousada Lua Bonita (Photo: Publicity)

Manacás Village (grade 9.4)

One of best options from where to stay in São Bento do Sapucaí is the Manacas Village. With outdoor pool, indoor pool, sauna, bar and lounge, the hotel has several types of accommodation, including a chalet, studio and family room for up to 4 people. Those who have already stayed praise the structure, the service and the view (grade 9.4 on Booking).

Hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí: Bathtub in Manacás Village (Photo: Disclosure)
Manacás Village (Photo: Publicity)

Mountain Villa (grade 9.0)

THE mountain villa is one of the good options for where to stay in São Bento do Sapucaí. The hotel has a swimming pool, bar and wi-fi in all areas.. It has free parking on site. Some rooms have hot tub. Among the hotel’s evaluations, there are praise for service, guest care and location (grade 9.0 on Booking).

Hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí: External area of ​​Villa da Montanha (Photo: Disclosure)
Mountain Villa (Photo: Publicity)

Pedra do Baú Chalets (grade 9.4)

With a view of Pedra do Baúthe inn Pedra do Baú Chalets offers breakfast daily. All accommodations have a fireplace, TV and outdoor area. In addition, there is a kitchenette. Some rooms sleep up to 4 people (grade 9.4 on Booking).

Accommodation at Chalés Pedra do Baú (Photo: Publicity)
Pedra do Baú Chalets (Photo: Publicity)

Chalés da Estalagem (grade 9.6)

The inn Inn Chalets has a Outdoor pool, free parking, and rooms with TV, fridge, and microwave. Those who have stayed there praise the service, the view and the location (grade 9.6 on Booking).

Hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí: Chalés da Estalagem (Photo: Disclosure)
Chalés da Estalagem (Photo: Publicity)

Canto da Lua (9.0 grade)

1 km from the city center, the Canto da Lua guesthouse is surrounded by green. The chalets have a fireplace. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna (grade 9.0 on Booking).

Where to stay in São Bento do Sapucaí: Canto da Lua Accommodation (Photo: Disclosure)
Song of the Moon (Photo: Disclosure)

Serrano’s Refuge (grade 9.5)

THE Refugio do Serrano guesthouse offers chalets amidst the green. The decor has rustic style with seating area, fridge, TV and DVD. Some accommodations even have a fireplace. There are chalets for up to four people. Those who have already stayed praise the service and comfort (score 9.5 on Booking).

Hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí: Room at Refúgio do Serrano (Photo: Disclosure)
Serrano Refuge (Photo: Publicity)

Quinta dos Colibris (grade 9.4)

One more tip among the hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí is the Quinta dos Hummingbirds. The inn has a swimming pool and offers breakfast. The accommodations have a TV and minibar. It is located just 50m from the Casa da Cultura. Those who have already stayed praise the service and the location (grade 9.4 on Booking).

Swimming pool and outdoor area at Quinta dos Colibris (Photo: Disclosure)
Quinta dos Hummingbirds (Photo: Publicity)

Do you have any questions or have more tips for hotels and inns in São Bento do Sapucaí? Leave it in the comments!

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Adolfo Nomelini

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