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Located just below important Paulista Avenue, Jardins is the junction of four smaller neighbourhoods: Jardim Paulista, Jardim América, Jardim Europa and Jardim Paulistano. It is an upper-class area, offering a variety of things to do, including shopping, museums and parks. The neighbourhood is well known for “Oscar Freire”– the most luxurious street in the city, packed with high-end boutiques. In Jardins you will also find a trendy museum, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound (MIS), which people often line up for hours to visit. If green space is what you're after, take time to relax at Trianon Park, a refuge in the heart of Paulista Avenue.
Paulista Avenue is so incredibly interesting and diverse you cannot come to Sao Paulo and not spend a bit of time just walking down it. On Sundays they close a large chunk of the street so pedestrians can explore freely and the street really comes alive. We spend many Sundays just walking, people watching, enjoying the live music, Sunday street...
The place to be during the evening, there are always a lot of tourists and local people (most woman). The view is fantastic, the place is "hot", expensive but its all in the game.
Also during the day a visit can be very nice and when the sun shines and the cloud is clear is very nice to search for...
Beautiful church, in the heart of Jardins neighborhood. Plenty of details, typical from the Baroque Style, this church is a museum itself. Attend a mess at late afternoon and you could have the opportunity to listen to good sacre music.
Went to an unpretentious lunch alone, guided by TripAdvisor. Of course, as always, never disappointed me. I have arrived at 12:00, waiting for lines, but thank God I was the first client and the only one for almost 30 minutes, which made my whole experience awesome. The Barman asked me how I would like my drink to be prepared (??!!),...
Baccio di Latte has the most delicious gelatto in São Paulo. Baccio's gelatto and furnitures remember Gelateria La Romana gelatto - the most antique gelateria in Roma.
I recomend any Baccio di Latte in São Paulo!
Top notch Japanese restaurant
Fantastic atmosphere, soft lights, live back ground music.. very good people
Food tasting is one of a kind experience. Lifetime! I love this place and it’s a miss if you do not try it..... it is not cheap though
Always a good choice! Well located, modern, impeccable kind staff. As I stay there every time I’m in town they make sure of our preferences and to make us feel home!
Nice to be able to walk to the good restaurants in the neighborhood and to explore the shops at Oscar Freire street!
Best hotel in São Paulo
discreet luxury and impeccable personalized service the pool is calming, and with a very nice view of the city you will not want to leave the hotel, despite the very convenient location. and you will want to come back, even before checking out.
I stayed in the hotel for 5 nights and while the staff were fantastic, the Skye bar lovely (including the food/cocktails), there were some basic problems.
The maintenance of the hotel was lacking. There was damage on walls, paint, mirrors. The gym is terrible and depressing. The room was very small, but very expensive. It seems that the only reason...
Hotel is central whether you are there for business or pleasure. Rooms are large and modern and the breakfast spread is impressive. Wifi is really quick too and staff is helpful and speak English. In such a huge city, they were able to help us find places of interest and safety tips. It's pretty close by taxi to most major...
Superb experience, amazing design top location and highly trained staff to accommodate any demand. Would definitely stay again. Highlight is the top floor restaurant/bar where you can enjoy your breakfast.