No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this spa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Pousada Bromelias
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Bromelias Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... and waterfalls rising up as high as 1,300 meters behind the town.
After the discovery of the world's richest gold mines in 1696 in the mountains of Minas Gerais, Paraty became an export port for gold to Rio de Janeiro and from there on to Portugal. The ensuing gold rush led to the construction of the "Caminho do Ouro" or "Gold Trail", a 1200 kilometer road, paved in steep areas with large stones, which connected Paraty to Diamantina via ...
... ladder to get inside before getting soaked. As we approached the shore the rain luckily stopped and we could now see an abundance of boats and a small bustling centre. Ilha grande is home to just over 2000 people and with no vehicles here the island has a truly unique and tropical feel (despite the clouds). We headed straight to the beach to enjoy what was left of the afternoon ...
... our way through the cobbled streets and the beautiful scenery to the pier. I freaked out a bit when I didn't see Tahlia because the boat was about to leave but she made it! The sailors were lovely. In the boat Rachael and I decided to lie on the loungers on the deck while Tahlia decided to be in the shade downstairs. The view were amazing! And it was so nice just lying on the sun being surrounded by the ocean. A lot of selfies were taken. At our ...
... our 6am cab to the airport to make our 8am flight. Our Turkish friends were also there so we got on the plane and scooted off to Sao Paulo. Our shuttle said it was supposed to leave the airport at 9:30 but I literally had no information as to where we should meet this shuttle, what it would look like, etc. and low and behold there was no one waiting for us with my name on a sign. We tried talking to the airport information desk which ...
... and we arrived at Hotel Holandes! A beautiful little hostel nestled up in the forest with small little huts for private hire, as well as the bigger areas arranged as dorm space. We were in a 6 bed and had a lovely guy called Casper in our room who was from Holland, Amsterdam. He could speak English, Dutch, German and wanted to learn Spanish! He was a cool laid back guy who was on a two week holiday before he starts his new job. Chris and I, after settling in, went to sit in ...