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Porto Alegre Hotels
Açores Hotel Rua dos Andradas 885 ( Antiga Rua da Praia) centro - Porto Alegre/RS
Cep:90020.005
Fone: 51 3221-7588
www.acoreshotel.com.br
Beverly Hills – Hotelaria Accor Brasil R. Ramiro Barcellos, 1373
Porto Alegre RS – Cep.: 90035-006
Fone: (51) 3021-2525
Fax: (51) 3021-2526
www.accorhotels.com.br
Blue Tree Millenium Porto Alegre Av. Borges de Medeiros, 3120 – Bairro Praia de Belas
Cep.: 90110-150 - Porto Alegre/RS
Fone: 51 3026.2200
Fax: 51 3026.6704
www.bluetree.com.br
Blue Tree Towers Porto Alegre Av. Lucas de Oliveira, 995 – Bairro Bela Vista - 90.440-011 – Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3333-0333
Fax: 3330-5233
www.bluetree.com.br
BrasilSul Executive Hotel R. Senhor dos Passos, 105 - 90.020-150 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3226-2555
Fax: 3226-2221
BrasilSul Express Hotel Av. Otávio Rocha, 270 - 90.020-150 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3221-8966
Fax: 3226-2221
Centro de Convenções SESC João Daudt d' Oliveira Av. Protásio Alves, 6220 Fone: 3381-9970
Fone: 3284-2148
Fax: 3258-2117
Comfort Inn Centro Administrativo Porto Alegre Rua Vicente da Fontoura, 2352
90050-140 - Cidade Baixa
Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 55 51 3026.1600
Fax: 55 51 3026.1601
Continental Business Hotel Praça Otávio Rocha, 49 – Centro – 90.020-140 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3212-1618
Fax: 3224-2463
www.hoteiscontinental.com.br
Coral Tower Hotel Av. Protásio Alves, 2966
Cep. 90410-007 - Porto Alegre - RS.
Fone: 51 3338.2811
Fax: 51 3338.2811
www.coraltower.com.br
Deville Porto Alegre Av. dos Estados, 1909 – Anchieta – 90.200-001 – Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3373.5000
Fax: 3371-3430
Everest Porto Alegre Hotel R. Duque de Caxias, 1357
Cep.: 90010-283 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3215-9500
Fax: 3228-4792
www.everest.com.br
Garibaldi Hotel R. Garibaldi, 652 – Bairro Floresta – 90.035-050 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3224-7333
Fax: 3224-7489
Grande Hotel - Platamon Participações Ltda R. Riachuelo, 1070 - 90.020-270 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3287-4411
Fax: 3211-6411
www.master-hoteis.com.br
Holliday Inn Av. Carlos Gomes, 565
Cep.: 90480-003 - Porto Alegre/RS
Fone: 3378.2727
Fax: 3378.2700
HOTEL CONTINENTAL PORTO ALEGRE Endereço: Largo Vespasiano Júlio Veppo, 77 - Cep 90035-040
Bairro: Centro
Fone: (51) 3027-1900
Fax: (51) 3027-1999
www.hoteiscontinental.com.br
Hotel Embaixador Rua Jerônimo Coelho, 354
90.010-240 - Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 51 3228.2211
Fax: 51 3228.5050
www.embaixador.com.br
Hotel Lancaster Travessa Engº Acelino de Carvalho, 67 90.010-200 - Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 51 3224.4737
Fax: 51 3224.4630
Hotel Lar Residence Rua Demétrio Ribeiro, 601
90.010-310 - Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 51 3226.6126
Fax: 51 3228.9128
www.hotellarresidence.com.br
Hotel Plaza Catedral Rua Cel. Fernando Machado n 741
Centro - Porto Alegre
Cep 90010-321
Fone: 51 3225-1579
Fax: 51 3225-1579
www.plazacatedral.com.br/
IL Giardino - Hotelaria Accor Brasil R. Jardim Cristofel, 155
Porto Alegre RS – Cep.: 90510-030
Fone: (51) 3024-2323
Fax: (51) 3024-3032
www.accorhotels.com.br
Intercity Hotéis R. Sarmento Barata, 360 – Navegantes – 90.240-640 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3325.7700
Fax: 3325.7700
www.intercityhotel.com.br
Intercity Premium - GRAVATAÍ Av. Ely Correa, 2503 (RS 030 – Parada 91) Parque dos Anjos
Cep.: 94180-130 – Gravataí-RS
Fone: 484-8900
Fax: 484-8900
Intercity Premium POA R. Borges de Medeiros, 2105
Fone: 3022-9100
Fax: 3022-9100
Manhattan - Hotelaria Accor Brasil R. Miguel Tostes, 30 Porto Alegre RS – 90430-060
Fone: (51) 3024-3030
Fax: (51) 3024-3032
www.accorhotels.com.br
Master Palace Hotel Rua Senhor dos Passos, 221
Cep. 90020-180 - Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 51 3211.5711
Fax: 51 3211.5711
www.masterhoteis.com.br
Molinos Business Flat R. 24 de Outubro 1611
Cep.: 90510-000 - Porto Alegre/RS
Fone: 21218700
Novotel Porto Alegre - Hotelaria Accor Brasil Av. Soledade, 575
Porto Alegre RS – Cep.: 90470-430
Fone: (51) 3327-9292
Fax: (51) 3327-9293
www.accorhotels.com.br
Piazza Navona - Rede Intercity Av. Independência, 813
Porto Alegre RS – Cep.: 90035-076
Fone: (51) 3311-2581
Fax: (51) 3311-4055
www.intercityhotel.com.br
Plaza Porto Alegre R. Senhor dos Passos, 154 - 90.020-180 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3220.8000
Fax: 3220.8001
www.plazahoteis.com.br
Plaza São Rafael Av. Alberto Bins, 514 - 90.030-140 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3220-7000
Fax: 3220-7001
www.plazahoteis.com.br
Porto Alegre Residence Hotel Av. Des. André da Rocha, 131 - Centro
Cep.: 90050-161 - POA/RS
Fone: + 55 51 3225.8644
Fax: + 55 51 3019.8001
www.residencehotel.com.br
Porto Alegre Ritter Hotel Largo Vespasiano J. Veppo, 55 - 90.035-040 - Porto Alegre/RS.
Fone: 3228-4044
Fax: 3228-1610
www.ritterhotéis.com.br
Ritter Hotel Largo Vespasiano J. Veppo, 55
Cep.: 90035-040 Porto Alegre/RS
Fone: 3228-4044
Fax: Fax: 3228-1610
www.ritterhoteis.com.br
Sheraton Porto Alegre Rua General Olavo Barreto Viana, 18 – Bairro Moinhos de Vento
90570-010 - Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 51 2121.6000
Fax: 51 2121.6010
www.sheraton-poa.com.br
Swan Hotels Porto Alegre Av. Cristovão Colombo, 3192
Porto Alegre - RS
Fone: 55 51 2121.0022 
Tryp Porto Alegre Rua Comendador Caminha, 42
Fone: (51) 3323.9300 / 332
www.solmelia.com
 
 
Gramado
About 21 miles (36 Km) due east of Nova Petrolis is Brazil's famous exclusive mountain resort. The 825m elevation keeps Gramado cool during the summer and like the region is chilly during the winter. The tourist office in the centr of twon at Av. Borges de Medeiros 1674  (daily till 9pm) is "extremely well organized and provides several excellent maps and comprehensive lists"  The well-to do argentines, Uruguayans, Paulistas and gauchos appreciate its many excellent restaurants, cheerful gardens and Swiss village architecture. Hydrangas are the featured flowers and they line the roads. 

The hotel network in Gramado brings countless options for all tastes and budgets. In the gastronomy sector, the scene isn’t different, highlighting the restaurants serving typical Italian and German food.

Fondue  Besides the traditional Swiss fondue, made with emmenthal and gruyére cheeses, dry white wine and kirsch, the city restaurants offer variations such as the bourguignonne (with pieces of sirloin steak fried in oil), a La Pierrade (with pieces of sirloin steak and chicken breast grilled on volcanic stone) and a fried prawn one. All served with savoury and sweet sauces. Frying is most of the times done in babaçu oil (a Brazilian palm tree), producing less smell and smoke. A chocolate fondue with fruits of the season is also very popular. To know more about accommodation and restaurants in Gramado, visit:

http://www.gramado.com.br/
http://www.gramadosite.com.br/
http://www.gramado.rs.gov.br/
http://www.brasilviagem.com/guia/?CodCid=29&Canal=5 

Canela is another 5 miles (8km) further east and it is a less developed version of Gramado and closer to the Parque Estadual do Caracol and its famous falls and deep canyon

"If you're scared of leopards, hate mosquitoes, but want to do some ecological tourism, come to Canela." (Canela tourist brochure)

 Hotels in Gramado - RS

Name Rooms Daily Rates (R$) Telephone Fax
Alpestre
 
48
 
63/103
 
(054) 286-1311
 
(054) 286-1311
 
Auberge
 
15
 
35/60
 
(054) 286-1624
 
(054) 286-1624
 
Bavária
 
56
 
64/90
 
(054) 286-1362
 
(054) 286-1362
 
Canto Verde
 
17
 
30/59
 
(054) 286-1961
 
(054) 286-1961
 
Cavalo Branco
 
26
 
49/55
 
(054) 286-1254
 
(054) 286-1254
 
das Hortênsias
 
16
 
66/95
 
(054) 286-1057
 
(054) 286-3138
 
Estalagem St. Hubertus    
21
 
114/232
 
(054) 286-1273
 
(054) 286-1273
 
Gramado Palace
 
76
 
80/160
 
(054) 286-2021
 
(054) 286-2021
 
Gramado Parque
 
33
 
68/115
 
(054) 286-2588
 
(054) 286-2588
 
L'Ermitage
 
20
 
48/58
 
(054) 286-1270
 
(054) 286-1270
 
Laghetto
 
58
 
80/97
 
(054) 286-2666
 
(054) 286-2666
 
Lago Negro
 
7
 
45/45
 
(054) 286-1235
 
(054) 286-1235
 
Letícia
 
19
 
30/50
 
(054) 286-1055
 
(054) 286-1055
 
Pousada da Serra
 
11
 
30/70
 
(054) 286-2491
 
(054) 286-1484
 
Pousada do Vale
 
10
 
75/85
 
(054) 286-1737
 

 
Ritta Höppner
 
13
 
54/95
 
(054) 286-1334
 
(054) 286-3129
 
Serra Azul
 
152
 
158/202
 
(054) 286-1082
 
(054) 286-3374
 
Serrano
 
120
 
90/160
 
(054) 286-1332
 
(054) 286-1639
 
Villa Bella Gramado
 
87
 
74/97
 
(054) 286-2688
 
(054) 286-2812
 
Vovó Carolina
 
18
 
33/45
 
(054) 286-2433
 
(054) 286-2433
 
Nova Petrópolis About 100 km north Porto Alegre and where German is still largely spoken. There are many Swiss chalet type structures as a result of the official attempts to promote building in the German character. As might be expected their festivals star their Ockoberfest on weekends in in October. Also there is the Festa de Verao on weekends during Jan & Feb and Festa do Folkore on weekend in July. All the events are held in the Parque do Imigrante which also features a historic village from the turn of the century and a helpful tourist office at the entrance (open daily till 6pm). 
Hotels in Nova Petrópolis - RS
Name Rooms Daily Rates (R$) Telephone Fax
Petrópolis
 
30
 
40/70
 
(054) 281-1091
 
(054) 281-1644
 
Veraneio Schoeler
 
20
 
35/60
 
(054) 281-1778
 

 
In a modern chalet-style garden with an attractive garden and beautiful mountain view

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Cambará do Sul
Cambará do Sul is a very simple city, but extremely hospitable. The installations offered by local hotels and inns are not luxurious, but they offer a cozy and comfortable stay. For those wishing to visit the canyons’ low  part, the best city for lodging is Praia Grande, 38 km (24 miles) away, in Santa Catarina. The city’s restaurants and snack bars are always waiting for visitors that come to the area to visit the grand canyons. There are not many options, but the service is high quality.
How to get there
By Highway: leaving Porto Alegre along BR 101 and then RS 020, the city is 190 km (118 miles) away. There are direct buses to Cambará do Sul.
Main access roads:
- Starting from Porto Alegre: BR-101 and RS-020
- Starting from Florianópolis: BR-101

HISTORY
Its lands, which until than had been inhabited by three native groups —Gê or Tapuia, Pampeano and Guarani— began to be occupied after 1610, a period that also marked the start of a series of conflicts and revolutions that were to last at least three hundred years, until the beginning of the twentieth century.

In the struggle for land, the Indians and the bandits took up arms and became involved in various disputes. With the aim of civilizing and converting the Indians, the Spanish Jesuits gathered together several tribes and created seven townships, the so called Seven Townships of the Missões, in the western part of the state. Nowadays this is a major tourist attraction, with ruins designated by UNESCO as a heritage site. Whilst seven townships were formed in the west, the Portuguese occupied the coastal strip and in 1680 created the colony of Sacramento on the banks of the River Plate, the present day city of Colonia in Uruguay. Organized by the Jesuits, the colony became one of the focuses of border wars that were waged between the Portuguese and the Spanish during the eighteenth century.

In addition to conflicts between the Indians and bandits over the possession of land, and between the Spanish and Portuguese for supremacy of the River Plate basin, other struggles took place in the area now occupied by Rio Grande do Sul. Between 1835 and 1845, the state was the battleground during the Farroupilha Revolution, with separatist ideals uniting the republican liberals against the imperial government. After some years of truce another war began in 1893, the Federalist Revolution between two political factions - on one side the Republican Party, led by Júlio Castilhos, with followers known as "chimangos", presidential supporters who were identified by their use of white handkerchiefs; and on the other side, the liberals and parliamentarians, commanded by Gaspar Silveira Martins, whose symbol was red handkerchiefs. Although it lasted less than two years, this conflict left behind unfinished business that led to the other revolution in 1923. It was only after 1928 that peace came to the state, during the Government of Getúlio Vargas, later to become President of Brazil.

In the midst of the conflicts, waves of immigrants began to arrive in Rio Grand do Sul. First came the Germans who established themselves in the Vale do Rio dos Sinos, close to Porto Alegre, the state capital; then came the Italians who headed towards the mountain ridges and the towns of Caxias do Sul, Flores da Cunha, Bento Gonçalves and Garibaldi where they planted vines and started producing wine.

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