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Budget hotels & hostels
Guesthouses and B&Bs
Solar Da Ponte
This magnificent re-creation of a colonial mansion is one of Brazil’s finest hotels, with first-rate food and service across the board. The rooms have fresh flowers, beautiful antiques, and comfortable chairs and beds...
Hotel Solar Do Rosário
With an enviable position facing the Rosário church, this four-star is the finest new hotel to open in Ouro Preto in recent years...
In the heart of Savassi, the dining and drinking center of Belo’s nightlife, this hotel stands out as a great midpriced choice. Some of the large, comfortable rooms are wheelchair-accessible and many are smoke-free.
Pousada Pe Da Serra
This family-run place sits on a ridge just above the bus station. The nine small but spotless rooms have panoramic views – the location, garden and pool area make up for the otherwise simple decor.
Liberty Palace Hotel
This well-located Savassi business hotel has spacious rooms and big comfy beds, plus a pool, sauna, gym and an excellent restaurant. Weekend rates (30% cheaper than midweek) offer the best value.
A quick walk from the Parque Municipal, this faded art-deco building has comfortable rooms and a friendly staff. To avoid the street noise out front, request a room with a veranda facing quieter Rua Goiás...
Pousada Do Mondego
This classy inn – in an 18th-century colonial mansion with period furnishings, fine artwork and close-up views of Igreja de São Francisco de Assis – belongs to the exclusive international network Hotels de Charme...
Hotel São Bento
A few blocks south of the bus station, this is one of downtown’s best-value budget hotels, provided you can avoid the claustrophobic interior rooms with windows facing the hallway.
This classy, secluded pousada, tucked up a flagstoned driveway five minutes’ walk north of the center, features eight rooms in modern style, a reading room full of art books and some nice views of the Serra de São José. English and French are spoken.
Pousada Nello Nuno
In a quiet location just northeast of Praça Tiradentes, this family-run pousada has clean and airy apartamentos with lots of artwork around a cute flagstoned courtyard. French and English spoken.
Pousada Villa Paolucci
This sprawling mid-18th-century fazenda (ranch) just outside town has a palm-lined drive, a pond, tennis courts and outdoor pavilions. Rooms are immense, with fireplaces, solar hot water and antique furniture...
Warped colonial floors, a small garden and a stunning medieval-style breakfast room are among the pluses at this friendly 18th-century guesthouse. Downstairs rooms are bigger and brighter.
Pousada Vila Rica
The beds are a bit tatty, there’s no internet and it’s a trek uphill to the center of town, but if a simple room is all you need, the 250-year-old Vila Rica still retains some historical charm, with high ceilings, pretty wood floors and a facade cover...
Pousada Beco Do Bispo
São João del Rei
Tucked down a peaceful dead-end street a block from Igreja de São Francisco, this pousada has cheerful, ultra-comfy rooms with queen- and king-sized beds, fine cotton sheets, international TV channels and a pool with palm trees...
The historic facade here hides a slew of modern amenities. There’s a pool and a good restaurant, and it’s located right in the center of town.
In upgraded new digs directly behind the Museu da Inconfidência, this HI-affiliated hostel offers well-maintained dorms and private rooms in an unbeatable location. The small outdoor kitchen and lounge catches breezes off the surrounding hillsides.
Conveniently situated right across the street from Aleijadinho’s masterpieces, this hotel still wears faded remnants of its former glory in the huge hallways and immensely high ceilings. Most rooms are spacious and the bathrooms surprisingly modern.
Cipó Veraneio Hotel
Serra do Cipo
The most convenient place to stay if you’re arriving by bus and want easy access to park headquarters, Cipó Veraneio is right on the road but has great facilities, including an acclaimed restaurant and a pool.
Diamantina's hostel sits on a residential hillside, 1km northwest of the bus station and within a 15-minute walk of the historic center...
Tabuleiro Eco Hostel
The Tabuleiro Eco Hostel offers grassy terraces for camping, plus dorms and private rooms in a series of colorful buildings running down the hillside...
Laranja Mecanica Hostel & Pousada
This attractive two-storey house with wood and marble architectural details features four-, six- and eight-bed dorms, an upstairs double with private veranda, and a downstairs unit with en-suite bathroom...
Goiabada Com Queijo Hostel
Midway between Praça Tiradentes and the train station, this sweet and simple three-room hostel is a labor of love for well-traveled owner Liliane, who makes guests feel at home with her solid command of German and English and her enthusiasm for showi...