Ville de Montagne Hotel presents the finest level of service and accommodation in Brumadinho. Ville de Montagne is the perfect option for travelers looking for sophistication and comfort near the stunning Inhotim Contemporary Art Center.
The 38 apartments of Ville de Montagne are simple yet spacious and come outfitted with individually controlled air conditioning, minibars, work desks, and flat screen televisions with cable. Each room also features a private en-suite bathroom and consistent wireless Internet access for those looking for the essential creature comforts during their stay. Rooms are divided between Standard and Luxury apartments with their multiple sleeping configurations, as well as Super Luxury rooms featuring king size beds, dining nooks for in-room meals, and soaking Jacuzzis.
The Ville de Montagne Hotel is also home to a gourmet restaurant, where guests can greet the morning with a daily breakfast buffet of fresh fruit, bread, meat, and a selection of hot and cold beverages. In the evening, the restaurant transforms into an a la carte dining experience curated by Head Chef Humberto. The menu is a mix of delicious international and Minais Gervais specialties and comes paired with choice wines from the lounge bar. To further enhance its excellent reputation in the city, the Ville de Montagne Hotel is currently in the process of adding a brand new open-air recreation area featuring swimming pools for adults and children, a games room, a playground, and a sauna and fitness center.
The highlight of Ville de Montagne, however, is its proximity to the Inhotim Contemporary Art Center, a full-sensory mecca for contemporary art lovers. The experience of Inhotim is largely associated with the spatial relationship between art and nature, displaying approximately 500 works by 100 artists from 30 countries across over 5,000 acres of lush botanical gardens. Utilizing over 1,500 different species of palm trees and 4,500 different exotic species of plants, landscapers have worked in collaboration with each artist to meld both gallery and garden. The brainchild of local mining billionaire Bernardo Paz, Inhotim transformed from a private collection into a public museum in 2006 and has since become one of the finest public outdoor contemporary art centers in the world, just steps away from the Ville de Montagne Hotel.Request Information