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The Solar do Cosme is a guesthouse with more than 100 years of history. With the beginning of our business, the house has acquired a very feminine side that you can observe not only in the way we welcome our guests, but also in small details of the decoration and the environment.
Our team is made of very special women; all of them with incredible stories to share. That is why we chose to honor some great Brazilian women and share with our guests a little bit of their history.
We hope you will like our selection of special and inspiring women, all of them chosen with care to represent every bedroom of the house.

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Room FERNANDA (double)

Fernanda Montenegro (1929) – granddaughter of immigrants, born in Rio as Arlette Pinheiro – was the only Brazilian actress to compete for the Oscar (1999) for her part in "Central do Brasil". Always breathing art and interpreting inspiring roles, she's one of the few alive and active actresses of her time.

  • 11 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (queen size), reversible in two single beds
  • Commode and table lamp
  • Garden view

Room CECÍLIA (triple)

Cecília Meireles (1901-1964) - born in Rio - was a poetess, teacher, journalist and painter, besides being the first female voice of great expression in the Brazilian literature, with more than 50 titles published.

  • 16 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (queen size) on a wooden mezzanine + single bed
  • Possibility of an extra bed
  • Closet and table lamp
  • Veranda view

Room ISABEL (quadruple)

Princess Isabel  (1846 -1921), first daughter of D. Pedro II, has been our first female senator. Her most important deed was to put an end to slavery in Brazil, signing the Áurea Law, on May 13, 1888, turning slaves into free citizens.

  • 15 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (queen size), reversible in two single beds, + extra twinbeds
  • Closet and table lamp
  • Garden view

Room CARMEN (suite double)

Carmen Miranda (1909-1955) was a singer and actress raised in Lapa, cultural neighborhood in Rio between 1910 and 1920. Strong and determined, she conquered her place in Brazil and was the first South-American to be honored with a star on the Walk of Fame. Later, she inspired the Tropicalism, cultural movement of the sixties.

  • 18 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (queen size), reversible in two single beds
  • Possibility of an extra bed
  • Commode and table lamps
  • Private bathroom
  • Private entrance

Room CORA (triple)

Cora Coralina (1889-1985) was a simple woman, born in Goiás, where she lived and provided for her children as a pastrycook. She published her first title at 75 years old, when she became nationally famous and respected by great names of our literature. Her texts and poems inspire many authors.

  • 14 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • 3 single beds, reversible in a double bed (queen size) + a single bed
  • Closet and table lamp
  • Garden view

Room TARSILA (quadruple)

Tarsila do Amaral (1886-1973) – born in São Paulo – was a Brazilian painter, drawer and translator, and one of the central figure of painting and of the first part of the modernist movement in Brazil.

  • 12 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • 4 single beds reversible in 2 double beds (queen size)
  • Shelf and table lamps
  • Glass door with garden view

Room  MARTA (double)

Marta Vieira da Silva (1986) was born in the countryside of Alagoas and had a difficult childhood, without father and in the midst of poverty. She followed her dreams, became a football player and got elected the best female player of the world by the FIFA for five years in a row - between 2006 and 2010.

  • 9 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (queen size), reversible in two single beds
  • Shelf and table lamp
  • Veranda with forest view
  • Private entrance

Room ZILDA (quadruple)

Zilda Arns (1934-2010) was a pediatrician doctor and hygienist. In 1983, she founded the Pastoral da Criança, a program of social actions from the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil. Her fundamental work for the reduction in child mortality in Brazil got her indicated for the Peace Nobel Prize in 2006.

  • 14 m2
  • Air conditioning
  • Double bed (standard size) + extra twin beds
  • Shelf, table and table lamps
  • Veranda with forest view
  • Private entrance