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ABOUT CASA TURQUESA, PARATY - in their own words:
Located by the pier in the historic centre of Paraty, one of the picture postcards of the town, Casa Turquesa was inaugurated in May 2008 and welcomes its guests with a combination of charm, coziness and modernity.
Casa Turquesa has nine comfortable and cozy rooms available, with views of the Paraty scenery from its windows and terraces. The bay, the renowned rooftops, the mountains and the dome of Santa Rita Church the oldest religious building in our town combine to make up the scenery surrounding the Inn.
As a result of Renato Tavolaro´s architectural project, Casa Turquesa recreates the façade of an old XVIIIth century town house, which had been destroyed in a fire thirty years ago. Restoration was done with the utmost care and consideration for the original colonial architecture, with a view to offering the very best to its guests.
A blend of historical beauty and contemporary comforts.
Casa Turquesa has an internal patio for guests. A swimming pool with whirlpool, a bar, wine cellar, gazebo and garden are all to be found in this area. Casa Turquesa also has a reading room where a fireplace for colder days and a computer are located. Wireless zone.
Casa Turquesa does not have its own parking lot. Guests are recommended to park at the car park on Matriz Square, 200 metres from our lodgings.
Casa Turquesa´s nine rooms have comfort, sophistication and plenty of charm to offer guests. All of them have en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, LCD televisions, a safe, mini-bar, telephone and computer plugs. The beds are very comfortable, made-up with 300-thread Egyptian cotton sheets, and mosquito netting made by craftsmen from the south of Bahia. Exclusive décor according to the colour of the room. Each room has postcard views: the bay of Paraty, the tiled roofs of the historic centre of the town, the mountains, and the dome of Santa Rita Church.
Master Room In White
On the top floor of the house, the white room is the only one with a terrace, looking onto Dona Geralda Street, one of the quaintest in Paraty. The view is beautiful: of the mountains and Santa Rita Church. En-suite bathtub with whirlpool, and closet. Romantic touches! King-size bed. 42" LCD television.
Master Room In Royal Blue
View of the pier and Paraty bay are exclusive to this room. Another distinguishing feature is the en-suite bathroom, which has two sinks and a bathtub with whirlpool fixtures. Closet. Studio features. King-size bed. 42" LCD television.
Master Room In Green
Perfect for families or groups of friends, made up of two rooms and two different bathrooms, which may be adjoined upon request, when making bookings. View of the renowned rooftops. King-size bed. 2 LCD 32" televisions.
Suite Junior Marrom
With a view onto the internal patio and to Casa Turquesa´s top floor, the towns mountains may also be seen in the distance. Large en-suite bathroom and separate closet. King-size bed. 42" LCD television.
Junior Room In Red
The bromelias of Margaret Mee, British painter and botanist, give a colourful touch to the red room, which has a view of the mountains, and of the rooftops of the historic centre. Large en-suite bathroom and separate closet. King-size bed. 42" LCD television.
Luxury Room In Pink
This room has a view of the rooftops of Paraty´s historical centre. The distinguishing feature is a stone wall dating from the eighteenth century. Queen-size bed. 32" LCD television.
Luxury Room In Yellow
One of the yellow rooms walls is made of stone, dating from the eighteenth century. The view is out onto the Inns small internal patio. Very cozy! Queen-size bed. 32" LCD television.
Luxury Room In Turquoise
Large windows looking onto the Inns internal patio, where the swimming pool and gazebo are located. The room is bright and has pictures done by the French artist, Jacques Rey. Queen-size bed. 32" LCD television.
Luxury Room In Green
The green room is one of the smaller ones, but it is very charming, with antique leather chairs and a naïf painting by the painter from Sono (Sleepy) Beach. Entry to the bathroom is through a large colonial door. Queen-size bed. 32" LCD television.