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Pousada Bromelias Star Rating 4        
Rodovia Rio-Santos BR-101 Km 558, Graúna

This upscale hotel overlooking the mountains is 4 km from the Igreja Nossa Senhora dos Remédios church and the Teatro Espaço.High-end bungalows come with balconies and mountain views, as well as flat-screen TVs, DVD players and minifridges. Upgraded quarters add fireplaces and in-room whirlpool tubs.
Bromelias Star Rating 4        
Br-101 Km 562

This upscale hotel overlooking the mountains is 4 km from the Igreja Nossa Senhora dos Remédios church and the Teatro Espaço.High-end bungalows come with balconies and mountain views, as well as flat-screen TVs, DVD players and minifridges. Upgraded quarters add fireplaces and in-room whirlpool tubs.
Pousada do Sandi Star Rating 5        
Largo do Rosario, 1

This upscale hotel in a colonial style building with a villa annex is a 3-minute walk from the Teatro Espaço theater and 9 minutes by foot from Ilha do Breu island.The warm, tropical-style rooms feature designer sheets, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars and scenic views. Upgraded rooms add dining tables, while suites offer separate living rooms; some have balconies with hammocks.
Casa Turquesa Maison D Star Rating 4        
Rua Doutor Pereira, 50

This upscale bed-and-breakfast is a 3-minute walk from the beach and 4 km from Marina Porto Imperial.The chic rooms feature individual, colorful decor and designer furniture, plus free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and minifridges. Upgraded quarters add whirlpool tubs.
Pousada e Ponto        
Rua Oscar Pinto da Silva 03

This traditional inn set on a cobblestone street is a 5-minute walk from both the city center and Pontal Beach, as well as a 7-minute walk from Teatro Espaço.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the subdued rooms also have flat-screen TVs and sitting areas with couches. Some rooms have marble bathrooms.
Lumar Hostel        
Rua Professora Rosaria Gibraiu, 28

This straightforward hostel is a 5-minute walk from both bus access and the sea, as well as 4 minutes' walk from shopping and dining in the historic city center.The colorful 4-bedded single-sex dorms or 8-bedded mixed dorms come with free Wi-Fi, bunk beds, fans and desks, as well as shared bathrooms. Private rooms with en suite bathrooms are available.
Chill Inn Eco Suites Paraty        
Rua do Bananal, S/N

This rustic-chic eco-lodge in the rain forest is 190 m off the BR-459 Paraty-Cunha Highway and 5 km from the historic coastal colonial city of Paraty.Rooms come with air-conditioning, fridges and porches with hammocks and garden views. Riverside chalets sleeping 6 to 10 add kitchens, TVs and river-view terraces.
Pousada Naus de Paraty Star Rating 2.5        
Rua das Acácias, 24 - Caborê

This rustic, hacienda-style bed-and-breakfast is a 10-minute walk from the historic town center.With rustic country decor, the individually decorated rooms have minibars, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus private bathrooms. The air-conditioned rooms also have ceiling fans.
Pousada Lua Clara Star Rating 1        
Rua Flamboyant, 13 - Parque Ipê (Rua em frente ao Pórtico de Paraty)

This relaxed guesthouse, set in a colonial-style mansion, is a 2-minute walk from the historic village center and 350 m from the BR-101 national highway.The cozy rooms with wood shutters include minifridges and TVs. Apartments sleeping up to 6 guests are also offered.
Pousada Recanto do Jabaquara Star Rating 2        
Rua Dom João VI, 46

This relaxed guesthouse with wood window shutters and colorful accents is a minute's walk from Jabaquara Beach and 2 km from Museu de Arte Sacra de Paraty in the Centro Historico district.With exterior entrances set around a courtyard, unpretentious suites offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges. All come with air-conditioning or ceiling fans, and some include bunk beds, cushioned headboards and/or cozy balconies.
 
 
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Paraty is a small town backed by mountains on Brazil's Costa Verde, between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Its Portuguese colonial center has cobbled streets and 17th- and 18th-century buildings dating to its time as a port, during the Brazilian Gold Rush. Among its architectural landmarks is the waterfront Capela de Santa Rita, a whitewashed church built in 1722.