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Suite

Room in hostel
hosted by Leonardo
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 private bath
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Great check-in experience
100% of recent guests gave the check-in process a 5-star rating.
Free cancellation for 48 hours.

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The Blue Train Hostel was once called Allbags Hostel and Hostel 300, it was created in July 2013 after the owner Leo Lobato's experience with hostels during his trip through Southeast Asia.

We are located in the iconic and traditional neighborhood of Santa Teresa full of amenities for you:

just 350 meters from the metro and 10 m from the bus stop;
10 minutes from the Center;
safe and quiet neighborhood;
close to supermarkets, plazas, bakery and shops;
and numerous night leisure options.

The space
This room features a fan, bedding and an en-suite bathroom with hot shower. Wi-Fi is available in the room free of charge, and locks and towels can be provided for a fee.
The Blue Train Hostel was once called Allbags Hostel and Hostel 300, it was created in July 2013 after the owner Leo Lobato's experience with hostels during his trip through Southeast Asia.

We are located in the iconic and tradit…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom
1 double bed

Amenities

Wifi
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Location

Address
Rua Quimberlita, 300 - Santa Tereza, Belo Horizonte - MG, 31010-260, Brazil

Santa Tereza, Minas Gerais, Brazil

The most bohemian neighborhood of the mining capital bleeds culture, musicality, and has become famous for its musical serestas and gatherings.

The Clube da Esquina, one of the biggest musical movements in the MPB, started in Santa Teresa, in the 1960s. Its members Márcio Borges, Lô Borges, Milton Nascimento, Beto Guedes, Fernando Brant, Marilton, among others, found themselves to touch and compose on the corner of Divinópolis and Paraisópolis streets, just 3 blocks from the Hostel.

Santa Teresa was also the birthplace of other famous bands like Sepultura and Skank. Singer and composer Telo Borges, who lived in the neighborhood for many years, said that “on all those corners, there's a lot of history to tell.” He's absolutely right. Come and check out our stories!

7 nights in Santa Tereza

Dec 30, 2022 - Jan 6, 2023

4.75 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews

Hosted by Leonardo

Joined in November 2015
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