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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
The information provided on the booking website is not correct. The room is not 25m2, but a maximum of 15-18m2. When travelling with a baby that needs a crib there is just no space in the room.
Also the hotel is announced as a 4...More
As soon as you get the hotel, you can see a plaque that you can read that was inaugurated on a 14th February (LOL).
The decoration of the rooms and the control buttons sticked to a side table is a little difficult to control the...More
A basic hotel, with some maintenance issues. The air conditioner worked well enough, once I figured out the controls which of course are in Portuguese and oddly located on the headboard of the bed, along with the light switches. But it was mounted through a...More
US$69 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#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.