With architecture inspired by the Scottish baronial style, the Saint Andrews Hotel sits majestically in Brazil’s Serra Gaúcha region. The region has a deep and strong identity: a theme that runs through both the many cultural events the hotel promotes, and the food its guests enjoy.
Twice a month, the hotel holds its own gastronomic festival and, every September, it participates in Farroupilha Week celebrating Brazilian Gaúcha culture. Here, it invites guests to savor traditional meat dishes enjoyed in a traditional atmosphere centered around log fires and music. Saint Andrews also partners with regional winemakers to organize an annual celebration of the region’s wines. A highlight is the involvement of producer Marco Danieli’s ""Atelier Tormenta,"" the only winery to use grapes sourced entirely from southern Brazil. The hotel promotes the region’s produce year-round too. All its products are Brazilian, and its chef personally discusses with origins of his ingredients with guests.