Pousada O Casarão
A low-price option, O Casarão
is located at the heart of the village and five minutes
from the main beaches. Its leisure structure features
a swimming pool and sauna.
Part of the pousada is a historic building: it was built
in 1608, for the daughter of the founder of Cairu city.
The "Casarão" (Big House) has hosted
emperor Pedro II and the Marquise of Santos, as well
as important captains and famous pirates. From there
you can watch the main square, where the arts and crafts
fair is held and where everybody gets together late
in the afternoon.
The bungalows are spread across a large tropical garden,
around the pool area. Some of the bungalows are thematic:
African, Hindu, Native American and Oriental.
is a cultural reference at Morro
de São Paulo: besides being a living museum,
there live music almost every night.
The standard rooms are located within
the house and preserve the colonial style, but they
also have air conditioning, telephone, safe, mini-fridge
and TV set.
The bungalows also have
verandas with hammocks and are spread around the pool
area, at the garden.Master's have individual
There are adult and child swimming pools, a restaurant,
pool bar, sauna, laundry service and a massage parlor.