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Known for its Italian cantinas, Bela Vista is the place to go for great pasta. Also called “Bixiga”, the area is an important cultural part of the city, with the bohemian and the religious costumes of its inhabitants on full display. In August, the large Nossa Senhora Achiropita party fills the streets with a variety of Italian food and music. You can experience the liveliness of the neighbourhood walking through the antiquities fair at Dom Orione Square or visiting the “Brazilian Caminito”, a version of the Argentinian street complete with colorful buildings. Bela Vista is also home to the traditional samba school “Vai-Vai”. Buy a ticket to a rehearsal and get a taste of what Carnival is like.
This was the most important avenue in Latin America in the 90's, businesses now have moved to the nicer Avenida Faria Lima not far itself. Avenida Paulista is still an important commercial road with lots of office buildings, museums, parks and other stuff. If you're visiting during the week I recommend going to MASP (SP's art museum), the crossing the...
MASP has a good display of paintings from the 13th century through the 20th. The method of display is unusual, but we got used to it. I wish the history and art information was on the front, so we could read and observe at the same time.
Visited with friends.
None of the straff spoke english. It took 50 minutes to get the food and it tasted horrible. I had some kind of chicken/ shrimp thing which evidently was fried and served with a splash of mayonese. It tasted like old, rotten salmon together with chicken gristle, all wrapped in a deep fried sludge.
My advise is...
$$$$ • Steakhouse, Brazilian, Barbecue, South American, Grill
"Excellent birthday celebration"
reviewed March 3, 2018 by WernerDeck
The restaurant is one of my favorite addresses for excessive meat enjoyment in Sao Paulo. Marcos Bassi the founder of this unique meat institution, who was born like me in 1948 and unfortunately died much too soon in 2013, has established a monument for eternity with the Templo da Carne. Fortunately, his daughters continue his patrimony, and so it was...
Be careful about order food. Probably you gone leave the restaurant with to go food :)
The portions is so well served.
Traditional Italian style
The got parking lot (no cost) just be side the restaurant
Wine list is ok. A not expensive, but is ok
Worth a visit
Delicious flavors of ice-cream, some with chocolat, cream and fresh fruits. Prepared as sugar-free sorbet, the Chocolate Antico, Pink Lemonade, Cambuci are some exquisite flavors that please those most demanding customers. Belgiam chocolat and other classical flavors are also available. Nice ice-cream shop, to grab a cornetto or with an espresso. Lovable place, amazing gelatto!
I have never been to Sao Paolo before so I have absolutely nothing to compare the hotel to locally. But generally, this looks to be a luxury boutique hotel. It is slightly dated in the lobby but it had a bit of a historic feel to it. I liked it. Staff spoke excellent English and were very accommodating. A small...
My husband and I spent 2 nights at Cadoro and it was definitely the most comfortable hotel we stayed in São Paulo.
The bed was big and comfortable and so were the pillows.
The breakfast was delicious. The staff in general was very helpful and friendly.
The hotel thinks about all details: even add a hair tier along the shower...
Excellent location, near Avenida Paulista.
Room very cozy. A little bit old fashioned but nothing to worry.
Good bathroom and good breakfast. The room service has good offers with reasonables prices.
I recommend it.
A clean and comfortable hotel in good proximity to Ave Paulista. Not up to the usual Mercury standards, fairly old and run down common areas but the price / value for money reflected this. The staff were very helpful and friendly with great spoken English. The heating didn’t work in my room but I was provided with a small portable...
This is a simple hotel...the rooms are basic with worn woodwork. But, the staff is truly one of nicest I have met. The breakfast is wonderful and the location is excellent if you need to visit FGV.
While the rooms are simple, the beds are comfortable and the floors have been redone with laminated wood style, which is clean and...