Campo Grande is a modern and expanding city, planned in the middle of a vast green area with streets and wide avenues, boasts numerous attractions. It is also a city with excellent event spaces, restaurants and a convention center considered one of the most modern and best equipped in South America.
What do you want to do? Campo Grande?
Antonio Valente Municipal Market
3 km from the hotel
The Mercadão became a reference in the distribution of horticultural products, fish and spices, have been one of the few places of commerce open to the public on sunday mornings. It is currently administered by the Association of producers.
Ary Coelho Square
3,3 km from the hotel
Located in the downtown area, the square was the first cemetery of Campo Grande (village of Santo Antönio), making than square in 1909 with the new layout of the city. In 1954 was named Ary Coelho Square in honor of the Mayor of Campo Grande, assassinated in 1952. The square often hosts concerts, theaters and capoeira. It is the most traditional square of the capital.
2,6 km from the hotel
One of the first houses built in masonry in the city was the Abode of Baís, built between 1913 and 1918. Was considered historical heritage of the city in 1995. Under the name of Abode of Baís the place was opened to the public with the proposal to become a new cultural space for the Capital.
2 km from the hotel
One of the main commercial and tourist points of reference in Campo Grande is the Central Free Fair. The tasting of typical dishes from the Japanese colony, like sobá, beyond the regional cassava has come to characterize the place as the most democratic point of gastronomy of the city and major tourist attraction.
2,7 km from the hotel
In 1975, the Government of the State of Mato Grosso opened the Craftsman House. In 1988, began a process of revitalization of the space and the restoration of its facade for the reopening in September 1990. The place is part of the cultural heritage.
Monument of Japanese Immigration
2,2 km from the hotel
Located in the downtown area, in the Radio Club Square, the monument was built in 1979 in honor of the 70 years of Japanese immigration. Is the model of a typical japanese house.
Museum of Contemporary Art
3,9 km from the hotel
The Museum of Contemporary Art - MARCO was established in 1991, currently housing a collection of about 500 pieces of painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing and installations mostly of regional authors. Currently settled in the Park Native Nations.
Native Nations Park
4,8 km from the hotel
Located at Afonso Pena Avenue, the Indigenous Nations Park occupies an area of ??ecological reserve. The Prosa stream form there a large lake which has a small island and a pier. Its waters cut the entire length of the park, with bridges crossing, the Monument to the Indian and the Museum of Contemporary Art.