Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Ouro Preto does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Mirante Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Mirante Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Guests of Mirante Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Santa Efigenia dos Pretos church (0.4 mi) and Bobadela Street (0.6 mi), guests of Mirante Hotel can easily experience some of Ouro Preto's most well known attractions.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Ouro Preto's popular barbeque restaurants such as Churrascaria Quase Tudo No Espeto and La Cave, all a short distance from Mirante Hotel.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Centro Historico de Ouro Preto (0.6 mi), Casa dos Contos (0.8 mi), or Museum of Betrayal (0.6 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Mirante Hotel puts the best of Ouro Preto at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
- Very nice place to stay, one of the best in Ouro Preto - My room this time was in the front of the hotel but not as noise as I believed. - They were reforming many rooms and my room was already done. New bathroom with a very good shower. - Breakfest is generous, with many options. I would suggest safe bars inside the bathroom and stripes on the floor to avoid sliding.
It says it is a hotel, but actually nothing more than a quite poor pousada with some new stuff (and all rest quite old). There is not enough breakfast for all people; the parking lot is also very tiny. We stayed there for a MTB racer as well as all other guests: a big confusion to get your breakfast and them to get your car. And at the end, there is no flexible late check out and the reception is not receptive at all to talk about that and they charge you all at once when you book the hotel (in our case, 4 months before hands)
It is a cozy hotel but rooms that are facing the street are simply impossible...they are too noisy. So you will have a hard time if you want to sleep early or simply wake up late. Breakfast is good with a nice view to the city
I went to this hotel because I could not find another one closer to the historic center for the busy Tiradentes holiday. Therefore I did not have great expectations and I was right: the hotel is not charming at all, as one would expect in Ouro Preto, the breakfast is poor, the bathroom is very ugly and the location is not ideal. To be fair, the positive points are: confortable beds/pillows and nice staff.
A short walk from the centre of town but worth it for the price. the hotel is clean tidy and well presented and has a nice aspect and view of Ouro Preto. Rooms are simple, bathrooms adequate. Great breakfast included. Staff a bit surly.
This hotel is across the valley from the center, but that means a great view. There is secure parking and decent wifi. The breakfast is very good. The location is walkable to the center. The hotel is on a main road, but with the windows closed the noise was minimal.
Located in the "Barra" (district/zone) about a 20 minute walk from the center of town is this delightful, clean and comfortable hotel. Featuring pleasant amenities (tiny indoor pool, limited parking lot, etc.) it's best feature is the lovely restaurant with a great view of Ouro Preto during breakfast or dinner. We entered Ouro Preto from the road from Belo Horizonte. We had no reservations whatsoever. A small chamber of commerce tourist office on the periphery of town offered us several recommendations. Many were surprisingly pricey. The suggestion of Mirante Hotel seemed nice. The brochure they showed us had tiny pictures showing some very basic views of the rooms. We were delighted when we arrived. We chose two rooms (party of four). The bedrooms had a dark cherry wood or rosewood floor (with tiny area rugs?); it was spotlessly clean. Twin beds with minimal furnishings adorned the first bedroom. This room had a spacious "stone wall" shower with toilet (plus "hand-held" bidet spray) and sink. It faced a street on the backside of the hotel (no view). Our other bedroom was somewhat cramped...with queen bed, a chair and small table and faced the parking lot. It was very bright and airy. Note that any room facing the front parking lot is noisy during the day, but was quiet after 10 PM. There was a smallish public lounge and a few other tourists gathered there momentarily. All rooms featured air conditioning, in-room phone, and basic television with very limited channel selection. No stations were in English (not even CNN). Towels were good-sized, extra towels available upon request, and a small bar of soap was offered in the bath. We found the water pressure good, the shower was good (decent hot water). Bathroom was clean and spacious in one room, but a bit cramped in the front-facing room. Bedroom lighting was good and acceptable, but not super bright (bright enough to read by). A small chair and/or small table is featured in most rooms. In the morning, a very lovely breakfast spread was offered (included). Fresh cut fruits, toast, hard-boiled eggs, breakfast meats, cheeses, bread/toast, coffee/tea and choice of three juices. Scrambled eggs were offered, also. We found the breakfast very fresh quite complete and very satisfying. During breakfast, take a table by the window and enjoy the fabulous view of town. Other nearby tables also offer a lovely view. To get to town, we walked down a slight hill, over a small river/bridge, past the Ouro Preto Tennis Club and back up a slight hill into the center of town. The hotel did offer us cab service into town (about $3 each way) but we chose to walk. There is also local bus service, but we did not partake nor inquire as to frequency of service, etc. At night, our room that faced a side alley was quiet; the front side room (queen bed) was noisy until 10 PM, and then quiet thereafter, disturbed only by a rare truck or bus on the street. After midnight, the front side room was totally silent. However, between 8 AM and 8 PM, we found the front bedroom occasionally disturbed by a few noisy vehicles passing by, especially as they climbed the hilly street. The beds were comfortably firm, pillows smallish but decently plump. We award the rooms 2+ to 3 stars for "luxury/comfort" and 3+ stars for cleanliness. The rooms were very value-priced. During our stay, our car got stuck in a hole in a side street in the outskirts of town; the hotel assistant manager then got into his car drove to our location, found us, and then assisted in getting us a tow truck; this was exquisite service as we did not speak Portuguese and the hotel desk staff spoke poor but acceptable English. What we did feel was how CARING they were for our comfort! The rental car company only offered us a car in Belo Horizonte (two hours away), an unacceptable offering for we only needed a truck to pull our car out of the large hole. The manager took care of everything - he found us a tow truck and arranged for our safe return to the hotel! Dinner in the restaurant proved very reasonable and very delicious. Of course, there are splendid dining establishments in town, which we enjoyed, but one nice dinner at our hotel proved terrific! However, dinner was offered during limited hours in the early evening only (we think the restaurant closes by 9:00 PM). The hotel features a super-tiny pool in its basement. It was really nothing more than a place for little kids to splash around in. No more than 20 feet long, perhaps, don't think it's a place you can do 'laps'. We recommend this hotel for anyone on a budget or who wouldn't mind a hotel just a little off the beaten path. Rooms facing the sides and back are quiet. If you need to stay right smack in the middle of it all, this is NOT the place to stay; but if you're on a budget and demand cleanliness and good comfort...this one's a find! We rated "Incredible staff" because the assistant manager was a Godsend when our car broke down. We rated "no frills" because there is no spa, no luxuries, no room service (that we were aware of) and "comfortable" because it was comfortable. We did not inquire as to high speed internet, however, we think it might be offered now. All in all, a gem!…