Hotel Dan Inn Planalto

Hotel Dan Inn Planalto

Avenida Cásper Líbero,115, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01033-001 Brazil
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See why so many travellers make Dan Inn Planalto their hotel of choice when visiting Sao Paulo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

While staying at Dan Inn Planalto, visitors can check out Mosteiro De Sao Bento (0.4 km) and The Julio Prestes Cultural Center - Sala Sao Paulo (0.9 km), some of Sao Paulo's top attractions.

As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Dan Inn Planalto. In addition, Dan Inn Planalto offers free breakfast, which will help make your Sao Paulo trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.

While in Sao Paulo, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Dan Inn Planalto, including A Casa do Porco (1.0 km), Terraço Itália (0.9 km), and Famiglia Mancini (1.4 km).

Sao Paulo is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Farol Santander, Italian Building, and Martinelli Building, which are not too far from Dan Inn Planalto.

At Dan Inn Planalto, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Sao Paulo.

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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Laundry service
Ironing service
Room features
Air conditioning
Room service
Safe
Telephone
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Centrally Located
Family
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Portuguese

Location

Avenida Cásper Líbero,115, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01033-001 Brazil
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Great for walkers
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Sergio312768 wrote a review Jul 2014
Cordoba, Argentina9 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed during the World Cup.

The hotel is quite accessible for wheelchairs. Rooms 1110 and 1112 are accessible, providing roll-in shower and a lot of space to roll around. Big issue: the toilet does NOT have space at its side to place your wheelchair, you need to put the wheelchair in front to transfer.

Good location, right next to the city's downtown; pretty close to Stock Exchange and Vale do Anhangabau. Subway and train stations pretty close. Yet, I wouldn't recommend to walk around the neighbourhood at night.

Outstanding breakfast: eggs, cakes, fruits, ham, cheese, all kinds if bread; there even was an employee checking the temperature of the food! I also enjoyed having lunch and dinner.

Wifi almost did not work at all. Had to connect from lobby; as I had no signal on the room. It was frustrating trying to connect my devices; there were a couple of PCs but Internet did not work good.

Employees were pretty kind but none of them spoke other language but portuguese so communication was sometimes difficult.

All in all, a very good hotel for its price.
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Date of stay: July 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Rooms 1110 and 1112 are wheelchair-accessible
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Sidney_Silva wrote a review Jan 2024
Porto Velho, Brasil1,152 contribution186 helpful votes
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
I do not have a good relationship with this hotel chain, as it is one of the chains that I accuse of discrimination. A man staying alone is guaranteed the worst rooms in the hotel. This marginalization extends to booking channels. As I have lived in hotels for a long time, I am a top-level customer on several booking sites and, on one of them, I have access to considerable discounts, which increases the lack of interest on the part of the hotel management, to the point of generating hostility. I think it's absurd that the hotel's website doesn't cover the cost of a booking website that is an “intermediary”. Pure greed. As the booking site passes a minimum amount to the hotel, they choose to segregate the guest.
Check-in takes time, because instead of connecting the system to other hotels in the chain and having your form registered in the databases, here each guest has to fill out the form by hand. Serving each guest ends up taking a long time and if the group is large or if there are children involved, it's even worse. They also didn't allow check-in after noon, I think that's absurd, as it takes 2 hours off your daily rate. In fact, with very rare exceptions, in São Paulo accommodations do not release the room in advance, even though this possibility exists. When check-in opened, I was one of the first to arrive during my 7 stays in this chain (I'm including the hotel next door that belongs to the same group), I was one of the last to be served. And as if you didn't need more reasons to complain about the service, often only one employee was responsible for check-in. In these cases, I usually ask for a grace period upon leaving – 30 minutes were granted – so as not to feel more aggrieved than I already was.
Initially, I made the same requests: a soundproofed room with better Wi-Fi signal quality, as I depend on the service. As they didn't care about my appeals, remember what I said at the beginning, I stopped asking for anything. And it's not because they were waiting for a room for just one person to be released, to give you an idea, on my last stay, I stayed in a room with 2 double beds. I only liked the room they gave me on my penultimate stay, with a double bed and plenty of space.
Its main advantage is being located in the Center, which makes getting around easier, it is close to many markets, restaurants and tourist attractions. At the same time, this is also its curse: a deafening noise 24 hours a day, in the most degraded, dangerous and violent Center of all Brazilian capitals. The smell of urine and (sight) feces is common. It's a shame for all of us Brazilians to have as a postcard the few foreigners who come to the country.
As in any old hotel, the room is large – compared to newer hotels. A large bench with drawers and shelves. There was also the always welcome frame to place the suitcase, in some rooms it was very high, making it very ergonomic for handling what was in the suitcase while standing up.
Different room configurations – a double bed, another double and single and, finally, I stayed in one with two doubles. The light switches and sockets, as they were fixed, depended on the configuration of the beds and servants in the rooms, and, for this reason, some seemed poorly located, requiring me to stretch my arm. Sign of stinginess: few takes. On the other hand, there were closed socket frames. Places like this think that reducing the number of sockets saves money, as they leave fewer options for the guest to “spend” energy. Just for information, the voltage is 127V.
There are few hangers to hang clothes. For one or two people there was more than enough space to fit the belongings brought in the luggage.
There were 2 types of minibars, the old ones from Consul that cool very well and the new ones from Midea that have a freezer that is less than half the previous one and cools in that proportion. I just didn't like it. The minibar is loose under a platform and I bumped into it several times, which almost caused both the device and the cups (glass) placed on it to fall. Of course, the higher the better, it makes it easier to see and reach what's inside the minibar, but I would advise that it be fixed, as the way it is, it invites accidents. It would be better if they had placed it close to the counter and didn't require us to get up, while we were working, to go to the minibar.
I only had the benefit of a Split in just one stay out of the 4, in the others I had to be content with the window air. I can even stand the noise it makes, what bothers me is that the guest is a thermostat, that is: it heats up, turns on, cools down, turns off. I even took a photo showing that the floor where they installed me was the first of the floors where there was only window air, below my floor all were Split.
As there were different TVs, some made it difficult, others prevented it and others facilitated access to the main connections (HDMI, pen-drive, etc.). The cable TV receiver is not in the room, so I was unable to check the programming on the screen, choose the type of audio and subtitles, program the channel change time or release the channel lock due to the indicative rating. Not only that: there is always a frozen/outdated/unconfigured/poorly tuned channel – during the 7 stays (including the Nacional Inn of the same chain) the person who configured the tuning that was sent to all the TV's in the 2 hotels did a terrible job of framing the image, that is, the TV did not display the entire image, the cuts in subtitles and channel symbols were visible, as well as a not very good image - and you are left dependent on this “technician” to reconfigure it and as it is not a priority, some channels improve and others worsen or they are changed, when someone takes action. Opting for this type of tuning is always a problem, so any hotel where the cable TV box is in the room has an advantage. Of course, even though I don't like this type of tuning, however, it is better than hotels that provide free-to-air TV to their guests. Most TVs are cheap and of poor quality, which affects the image, but even in the last room that had a great Samsung Smart TV I had problems: in addition to not being able to connect to the hotel network – due to the type of login it requires opening the browser to free up the network and even if it had been successful, given the quality of the wifi, it wouldn't have done anything - the whole time it displayed a message from someone wanting to connect. I believe that every time a guest tried to make a remote call, it picked up and asked for authorization for that call. A real hell that I couldn't turn off. One of the few advantages is that the counter is right below the TV and I like watching it while working on my laptop. The problem in this case is the height, very uncomfortable to work on the keyboard. The chair, being heavy, made a lot of noise when being dragged – I was very disturbed by the guest upstairs – and it also has no adjustment, making it uncomfortable after hours of working sitting down.
Wi-Fi internet, with very few exceptions on this network, is the worst. I believe that because the chain's hotels are very old, they signed a plan at the beginning of the internet and didn't update it, so they are terrible in every way. Slow, unstable, constant drops and rooms where the signal barely reaches. It is an example of the worst that can be offered to guests. I think it's a shame that in the 21st century, with plans becoming cheaper and at the same time the speed is increasing, in addition to having the advantage that there is no data transfer limit, there are still hotels that do not offer a fundamental quality service like this.
In terms of security: peephole and lock - which can be opened with the key from the outside. The safe, as always happens in this chain, was useless, as it had no lock and, like most hotels, it was installed in a place that seemed improvised.
The quality of sleep was extremely impaired in stays where the window faced the busy avenue, as it does not have acoustic treatment, so external sounds were not attenuated. The floor outside the room was not carpeted, so when someone passed by pushing or pulling a cart, it sounded like a locomotive, such was the noise it made. To make matters worse, the neighbors above my room were not very polite.
There was only a blackout, there was a lack of a second curtain, clear and opaque, that would allow natural light to enter and at the same time protect privacy. I was forced to leave the blackout on the entire time I was in the room.
The mattresses and pillows - this is a very personal assessment - but for me they were good. What is always annoying - and this was no different - was the sheet that was inadequate for the height of the mattress. It was common, with the movement at night, to wake up with it out of place. Alternatively, due to this same movement, it created ripples under my body, leaving it marked. It was common to wake up and lose sleep to stretch the sheets. I simply don't understand why Brazilian hotels don't use fitted sheets to keep – or at least try to – keep the bedding in place. At least in this hotel they used a mattress protector that was attached to the bed. There were blankets in the room.
The bathroom was no longer as large as the bedroom, made worse by the existence of a bidet – in some rooms they even removed the bidet, but lost the opportunity to expand the shower area. In that same bathroom, the smell of sewage was unbearable, which only improved when the trash bin was placed over the drain. In the sink, the tap, despite being low, matched well with the good-sized bowl. Both here and in the shower, there is a tap for hot water and another for cold water and the hassle of finding the ideal water temperature setting. In the last room there was a 2 in 1 tap, much better. In this network, the shower always needs cleaning – clogged holes that spread water everywhere –, but in the 2nd room it was even worse: the shower was cracked and with the force of the water, it was thrown onto the wall, I even tried to turn it over. the shower, but it was glued. In the first room, the hot water tap in the shower kept falling down, in the end it remained on the floor, I got tired of bending down to pick it up. The bath area is very restricted and you are struggling with the shower, the taps and the walls. There was a small mat, 2 bath towels (exceptionally, in some rooms a face towel – unusual for this chain), 3 (sometimes 4) soaps, 2 shampoo sachets and 2 shower caps (another exceptional feature of the chain)... sufficient to not depend on replacement during a short stay. There was a mix of bath linens: stained, good quality, new, but they didn't dry well.
I don't free up the room every day for cleaning, as it interferes with my work, which depends on the internet. As I only stayed for a few days, I ended up not releasing it for cleaning, so I can't evaluate it.
The breakfast included in the rate is very good, what is bad is the number and type of tables. Instead of prioritizing small tables for a few people, they placed huge tables. Therefore, no matter what time it is, it is always full. It's annoying to share a dining table with strangers at a time when we are not yet free from Covid. The level of information is also terrible: I spent 3 days drinking coffee in a room on the 2nd floor, one day I arrived early and nothing, the room was closed, with lights off and no one to give information. I came back later and nothing had changed. Then, in the elevator, I happened to meet another guest who had experienced the same situation and informed me that the cafe had been moved to the ground floor. And there was no sign posted on the 2nd floor door to give this information. The guest has to guess. Absurd!
Despite the friendliness of most of the staff, the impression is false, as I anticipated above, I didn't like most of the rooms, I was the last to check in, even though I was one of the first to arrive.
The two elevators were very busy, especially during coffee hours. Small and insufficient to serve so many guests. Although there are still 2 others in service.
Considering that I am not an “ordinary tourist”, as I have lived in hotels for over 9 years, what I value most are TV channel options, wifi internet, maintenance and service, location, cost/benefit ratio and, finally, the Most importantly, the hotel's sleep quality was reasonable. I would negatively highlight the quality of sleep, the internet, the TV and tuning, the window A/C, the faulty shower in the 2nd bedroom – and even the lack of cleanliness in the others – and the service. Positively, the highlight is the location, the minibar with larger freezers, the Split air conditioning, the suitcase frame, the bench in front of the TV, the breakfast and the availability of places to store your luggage.
It has never been easy to get a good hotel in the center of any capital, as they are usually old projects and their age is noticeable, especially if the administration is not very interested in updating it or keeping maintenance up to date, as it is often preferable to charge a “more affordable price” of spending a high amount on renovations. I put the above expression in quotation marks, as supply and demand are still determinants of the daily rate, so it is interesting to realize that exactly when the hotel's capacity is high and the daily rate is the same, it is the moment that the quality of the services provided They fall like what happened in this hotel: the internet, which is already bad, gets even worse, there was no hot water, the elevator is very busy, the cafe is always full, guests are very close together and the lack of consideration on the part of some of them leads to hostility, etc. Which makes the guest even more indignant, as they pay a lot at a time when the service is worse. I've always hated living in hotels and after a decade, my patience is at its limit. You end up having a list of hotels that you won't return to at all - which has grown a lot -, another list of hotels that you prefer to avoid and in the middle of it all, you still have to consider the daily rate. I have always avoided hotels in this chain, which have always been very prejudiced and have terrible internet, but with so many restrictions, sometimes the option is at least worse. I already avoid non-chain hotels, as room invasions when you are away are common – not that this doesn't also happen in chain hotels, but it is much less common. Ultimately, guest satisfaction is what matters least.
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Date of stay: February 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Juliana C wrote a review Mar 2024
Petropolis, RJ28 contributions21 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Extremely polite and attentive staff, impeccable breakfast, internet a little bad but overall I thought it was great value for money. Large room, wonderful shower. Fast elevator, since I was on the 26th floor!
The problem is around the hotel with a high risk of robbery.
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Date of stay: June 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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romlab wrote a review Sep 2019
Los Angeles, California21 contributions40 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This "hotel" claims to have 3 stars +. I wouldn't even give them 1.
Rudest personnel i've ever seen, they don't speak a word of English,
the rooms are dirty, there's no heat, just a very poor and old AC machine.
Blankets aren't thick enough. I got a cold after one night.
Bathroom was small, toilets were clogged.
Breakfast is terrible.
Wifi keeps disconnecting because this hotel can't provide a "normal" wifi service with a security key. You have to log in all the time.

I strongly don't recommend this hotel.
Go to Braston Hotel. It's a 4 star with a cheap rate. Very good.
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Date of stay: September 2019
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: horrible view from the 12th floor. I doubt there's any good views in this neighbourhood...
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Response from 13reservas, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto
Responded Sep 25, 2019
Prezado Sr É sempre um prazer receber impressões de nossos hóspedes. Seus comentários serão compartilhados com nossa equipe. Tenho certeza que seu feedback será um encorajamento para continuarmos a melhorar a qualidade de nossos serviços. Esperamos recebê-lo em breve. Atenciosamente, Dan Inn Planalto
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Luizcboda wrote a review Feb 2013
Conde, PB5 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I've been staying in this hotel for more than 15 years (The name and the management changed a few times). It was a great hotel until some years ago, but it seems to hardly move onwards. It's pretty much the same as it was ten years ago.
The breakfast is so-so. Was way better.
The staff got relaxed - in a negative way - they don't really seems to be there to help you to have a good stay. Some of them are quite lazy, too. Not all of them are like this, though.
It's not that expensive - not cheap, also.
It has a terrible point: the internet in the room is paid. R$20 (about US$10) for 24 hours, or R$5 (US$2.50) for 1 hour. It seems that it's free in the lounge, but the ambient is just not pleasant, so I didn't even tried.
The location is ok. Quite near a subway station (around 4 minutes walking), but everything around closes really early (after 9pm, it doesn't seems to be a nice idea to go out). There's a small market crossing the street. There's no restaurant near.
The bedroom is nice, large, with a good a/c, but some of the objects are too old, not really in good shape. The TV is bad, few channels and a precarious signal.
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Date of stay: February 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: There's a hotel, called Nacional Inn, from the same company right besides this one. It's...
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adrianbatta wrote a review Dec 2015
Surfside, Florida8 contributions1 helpful vote
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
At the reception 2 guys laying down on the sofas watching TV, (the security guard and another employee), no kitchen nor room service, there was ham and cheese to make a sandwich, rooms are awful, everything is old, it has motel beds that I even thought about sleeping in my clothes, awful bathroom...
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Date of stay: December 2015Trip type: Travelled solo
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Oziel F wrote a review May 2024
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent service! Congratulations to the hotel professionals for their silver services 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Well located hotel, in the historic center of SP. There are several general shopping options close to the hotel. Taxi in front! Snack bar and restaurant next to the hotel.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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flavia c wrote a review Apr 2024
Ibirite, MG1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nice place, well-tidy rooms, polite staff. Good value for money, and an excellent breakfast. I recommend it.
Large room, soft beds.
Good service, easy to make my reservation and pay at check in.
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Date of stay: October 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Márcia Saraiva wrote a review Feb 2024
Belem, PA9 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My stay would be 3 nights, but I only managed to stay 1 night (one night), as the room they gave me, number 2004, was very smelly, but a lot. A horrible smell that I couldn't identify, as I had never smelled it before. The bathroom sink faucet was always dripping, causing an annoying noise and the bathroom was full of insects. To top it off, I felt itchy all over my body just lying in bed. Never. I don't understand how the health department hasn't closed this hotel yet.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Não vá. O hotel fica em zona perigosa e é muito ruim. Não vale o desconto que oferecem.
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Jrroseoneljr wrote a review Jan 2024
Jericoacoara, CE283 contributions107 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is in a very old building, but with a lot of renovations, right in the center of São Paulo, a dangerous area but centrally, every place is dangerous, many crack users, safe hotel, breakfast is good, spacious and clean rooms, worth the price paid, always with security at the door guiding guests.
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Date of stay: December 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Quanto mais alto o quarto melhor é a vista da região central de São Paulo.
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Angélica B asked a question May 2024
qual horário do café da manhã?
Angélica B asked a question May 2024
Qual o horário do café da manhã?
Jhoice asked a question Oct 2020
Volta Redonda, RJ
Fica proximo ao bairro da liberdade???
Answer from Franklin Ribeiro
Cristalina, GO260 contributions60 helpful votes
Achei até próxima a localidade. Uber ficou em 14 reais.
claudiomelosantosm asked a question Dec 2019
Manaus, AM7 contributions
preços 4 diarias 16 a 20/06/2020
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Salvador, BA
Olá, quantas pessoas ?
romlab wrote a tip Sep 2019
Los Angeles, California21 contributions40 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"horrible view from the 12th floor. I doubt there's any good views in this neighbourhood..."
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Sergio312768 wrote a tip Jul 2014
Cordoba, Argentina9 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms 1110 and 1112 are wheelchair-accessible"
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Luizcboda wrote a tip Feb 2013
Conde, PB5 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"There's a hotel, called Nacional Inn, from the same company right besides this one. It's cheaper, but I never stayed there."
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C$44 - C$87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
BrazilState of Sao PauloSao PauloSé / Centro
NUMBER OF ROOMS
261
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Dan Inn Planalto
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Nearby attractions include Mosteiro De Sao Bento (0.5 km), Gallery of Rock (0.4 km), and Viaduto Santa Efigénia (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Yes, paid private parking on-site and paid private parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rinconcito Peruano, Lotus Restaurante Vegetariano, and Ponto Chic.
Does Hotel Dan Inn Planalto offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Dan Inn Planalto?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (0.8 km), Mosteiro De Sao Bento (0.5 km), and Igreja Chagas do Seráfico Pai Francisco (1.0 km).
Is Hotel Dan Inn Planalto accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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