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I stayed in this hotel with a group of researchers from various countries across the world. It is a good boutique hotel in a nice neighbourhood of Sao Paulo. The room was quiet and comfortable. The breakfast was good with plenty of fruits, cakes, eggs,...More
I went to Brazil with my parents and we spent three nights in this hotel. It is in a quiet, nice and, most importantly, safe neighbourhood and I recommend it. The room is clean and has everything you may need. At the reception people are...More
Well, some of the reviews of this hotel have not been very good but I certainly found it good for the price. Admittedly, wasn't too pleased to be sent away at 09.00 in the morning after a 20 hours journey because you cannot occupy until...More
I've stayed at this hotel for a geographical reason, but for the next time, I'll just take a longer taxi ride.
It not only could be cleaner, but staff could be nicer. Oh, the room is also tiny and impossible to work in.
This hotel with small damp room, broken A/C and unattentive receptionist made the first expression of Brazil really bad for us. I guess 4 stars is just a decoration here. The metro works fine in Sao Paulo so there is really no point for choosing...More
US$69 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#104 Business Hotel in Sao Paulo
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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighbourhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centres and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.