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My boyfriend and I choose this hostel based on location x price. Located in a great place, very close to Avenida Paulista, the trendy Rua Augusta and near several bars and pubs. The colonial breakfast (charged separetly) is, by far, the best thing of this...More
I like the place even though many rooms are very simple (the renovated ones are more expensive). The location is ok, a few blocks south of Av Paulista. The airport buses passes the hotel nearby. The hotel has better prices over the counter, if one...More
No service , no frills Hotel
We got a surprise when we had to carry our own luggage, being our last day of the Brazil tour the luggage was at its heaviest , this was not over after getting to our floor 10th we had...More
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US$56 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Consolação lies between the old historical centre of the city and busy Paulista Avenue. It’s surrounded by the fancy Higienópolis neighbourhood, which makes it a very diverse place. The nightlife along Augusta Street offers visitors a variety of options to dine, dance and be entertained. Roosevelt Square, Consolação's main meeting point, is surrounded by fringe theaters and has become a popular skateboarding area. Right
across the street from the square is the elevated highway known as “Minhocão.” Though it is busy with car traffic all week, it shuts down every weekend and becomes a leisure spot right in the middle of the city.