Bahia, Brazil

Uxua Casa Hotel & Spa

Price per night from$383.33

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (BRL1,970.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Casa Estúdio

  • 2guests
92sq m | One wall opens out onto a veranda and private garden while the others are covered with climbing plants | View of the shared swimming pool | Inside, the sinks are carved out of fallen tree trunks and interiors are traditional | Double bed | Walk-in closet | Small kitchenette

Casa Quintal

  • 2guests
83sq m | Located on the second-floor, this one-bedroom casa nestles romantically among the branches of a mango tree – ideal for honeymooners | Balcony with sofas and a covered dining area | Double bed | Walk-in closets | Small kitchenette | Bathroom with a double shower and views across the treetops

Casa Seu Irenio

  • 2guests
This restored casa offers indulgent comfort, but also a taste of traditional Quadrado life | Located next-door to a local family who still regularly socialise and play music in front of their casa in the traditional style | Interiors are bright and airy, with rustic furnishings | Light streams through glass tiles hidden within a traditional roof; rooms are open to offer spectacular Quadrado views | The lone bedroom features a private garden with a tub and wooden showers open to the sky | A hidden patio holds a covered pergola, and of course a cozy picnic table sits on the Quadrado

Casa Seu Pedrinho

  • 2guests
135sq m | This one-bedroom casa offers views of the Quadrado from every room, with a living room and kitchen which open directly onto the Quadrado | A canopy of bougainvillea shades the front entrance and its brilliant magenta flowers inspired the colour for the exterior of the house | Canopy bed | Bar area | Private garden | Two bathrooms – one with a double shower | A rustic table and chairs sit in the Quadrado itself, in front of the house for alfresco dining | One extra single bed can be added for 30 per cent of the room rate; a cot can be added for free.

Ceramica

  • 2guests
35sq m | The secluded Ceramica suite is housed in a former ceramic atelier, and is full of crafty details that allude to its special history | Sleeping up to two guests (with the possibility of an extra bed), the suite boasts high ceilings and vintage stained glass sliding doors by acclaimed architect José Zanini Caldas | King-size bed | Bathroom with a private garden | Inspired by Bahian craftsmen, furniture is carved from fallen trees and you'll find antiques, Brazilian art and exclusive Uxua design pieces throughout | This suite can also connect to Casas Ze e Zilda and/or Terraco do Ceu

Casa Terraco do Ceu

  • 2guests
78sq m | One-bedroom Bahian house with walls that open out on one side to an interior courtyard garden | Double bed | Ensuite bathroom | Private garden with pergola, Jacuzzi, outdoor shower, hydro-massage and private swimming pool surrounded by sofas

Casa Das Artes

  • 2guests
Two-bedroom villa with bright and colourful interiors | Private gardens with a four-person hot tub, outdoor shower and alfresco roll-top bath tub | The villa is filled with unique artworks by famous modern artists such as Marcelo Cipis, Pato Rammsy and Marta Milanetti, vintage tapestries by Kennedy Bahia and one-of-a-kind furnishings | Four-poster king-size bed and a canopied queen-size bed | Two bathrooms with showers | Fully-equipped kitchen (fridge, stove, toaster, blender, oven, tea- and coffee-making kit) | Pastel pink and green living room | Free WiFi, TV, DVD player and iPod docking station | Air-conditioning | Breakfast delivered daily | Gardener and daily housekeeping | A private chef, yoga and pilates instructor, masseurs and babysitters can be arranged for an extra cost | Parking at the main hotel

A Casinha

  • 2guests
Two-bedroom villa set within its own private tropical gardens | Sliding doors lead to the private gardens with a terrace, veranda, ample alfresco dining space and an outdoor shower | Interiors were designed by Manoel Amorosino, who has filled the bright space with dark wood furnishings, unique artwork and large stone vases with tropical flowers | Four-poster king-size bed | Four-poster twin beds | Two ensuite bathrooms with rainfall showers | Fully-equipped kitchen (fridge, stove, toaster, blender, oven, tea- and coffee-making kit) and an open-plan dining and living room | Free WiFi, TV, DVD player and iPod docking station | Air-conditioning | Breakfast delivered daily | Gardener and daily housekeeping | A private chef, yoga and pilates instructor, masseurs and babysitters can be arranged for an extra cost | Parking in the main hotel

Casa Luz

  • 2guests
Four-bedroom villa overlooking Trancoso and Quadrado | 150sq m tiled terrace with a hammock and sofa that lead down to the 15sq m private swimming pool, alfresco dining area and outdoor shower | Rooftop deck overlooking the wooden bridge trail to Trancoso’s beaches | Inside, the villa is decorated with Bahian tapestries and kaleidoscopic screen-prints hand painted by a local artist | One room has a king-size bed, two have double beds and the one has twin beds | Four ensuite bathrooms with walk-in rain showers | The top-floor bedroom also has a private balcony and direct access to the furnished terrace | Fully-equipped kitchen (fridge, stove, toaster, blender, oven, tea- and coffee-making kit) and living are are set in a separate building at the back of the garden | Free WiFi, Sky TV and MP3 docking station | Ceiling fans | Breakfast delivered daily | Gardener and daily housekeeping | A private chef, yoga and pilates instructor, masseurs and babysitters can be arranged for an extra cost | Parking at the main hotel

Casa da Árvore

  • 2guests
139sq m | Spanning three levels, this one-bedroom Bahian house is elevated to tree-level and features a thatched roof, large covered veranda with a hammock and bar area | King-size bed | Bathroom with a double shower | Spa tub on the outdoor deck and a swing underneath the casa itself

Casa Dona Fronzina

  • 2guests
80sq m | A hidden-from-view, flower-strewn private garden stretches out behind this charming casa – former home of the spirited Dona Frozina, rumoured to once be Trancoso’s oldest resident | The home itself is decorated with untreated and painted wooden accents, with traditional-style furnishings by designer Wilbert Das and Uxua’s artist in-residence Mauro Zolin, plus a few vintage pieces | There’s a peaceful furnished terrace with a table for alfresco dining and a hammock strung across | Indoors, there’s a kitchen with a bar, a comfortable king-size bed and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and a sunken indoor-outdoor bath tub shielded by pink banana flowers | Flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod dock, free WiFi, air-conditioning, a minibar, and Natura toiletries.

Casa Seu João

  • 2guests
78sq m | In this one-bedroom Bahian house, all the walls on one side can be opened onto an interior courtyard garden | Double bed | Ensuite bathroom with a shower or bath tub | Pergola, Jacuzzi, outdoor shower, hydro-massage and private swimming pool surrounded by sofas

Casa Gulab Mahal

  • 4guests
215sq m | Facing the Quadrado Histórico, this traditional fisherman’s house sleeps up to four in two suites, each with an ensuite bathroom | The house retains traditional elements of Bahian construction but takes its name from the Indian detailing, including carved hardwood windows and stained glass, contributed by its previous self-styled “hippy” owners | Also features a mezzanine, bar and a lounge area separated from the two suites by a two-tiered garden

Casa Eugênia

  • 4guests
228sq m | Located deep within the gardens, this casa can sleep up to four in two suites, each with an ensuite bathroom | The house is surrounded by trees (some even grow through the roof and also features an indoor/outdoor kitchen | Outdoor terrace, a bar and an outdoor spa tub and shower | The master suite’s spacious bathroom features a double wooden shower-head as well as an antique iron bathtub | The second suite’s bathroom features a private balcony overlooking the hotel

Casa do Lago

  • 7guests
300sq m | Casa do Lago, a traditional fisherman house redesigned in Brazilian colonial style is made with reclaimed wood from Bahian farms | Sleeps up to six people across three suites, each with a king-size bed and ensuite bathroom | 237sq m garden and vast outdoor lounge space surrounded by hibiscus flowers, lush trees and a natural lake | Inside, the casa is scattered with Brazilian art, antiques and pieces from the exclusive UXUA Casa decor collection, including the acclaimed U Chairs | Living and dining area | Fully equipped kitchen | Garden view balcony | An extra bed can be added in this house for an additional charge

Casa Zé e Zilda

  • 4guests
Facing the Quadrado Histórico | Sleeps up to four in two suites, each with an ensuite bathroom | The two suites are situated in the main house, with views over the square and the bougainvillea-lined walls; the third is in a free-standing garden building hidden by a wall of climbing plants