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Hotels in São Paulo
Hotels in São Paulo
Hotels in Brazil
Hotel Bourbon Located in the downtown area, one block from Praça da República, this hotel has charming decor. All rooms have a work station.
Facilities include 129 rooms, air conditioner, restaurant, convention room, fitness room, sauna.
Emiliano This luxury boutique hotel, designed by Arthur de Mattos Casas, offers guests massage and butler services. The rooms are huge. The fitness room and sauna have panoramic city views. Pieces of furniture designed by famous brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana decorate the lobby.
Hotel Fasano Opened in 2003, it is one of the most luxurious hotels of São Paulo.
It belongs to the Fasano family, which also owns award winning restaurants such as Gero, Parigi and Fasano (Fasano now occupies the ground floor of the hotel). The ground floor also houses Baretoo, a bar for jazz lovers. Designed by architects Isay Weinfeld and Marcio Kogan, the hotel has many imported pieces of furniture dating back to the 1940's.
Fasano is located in the district of Jardins, close to many upscale restaurants, fashionable shops and the trendy Oscar Freire street.
George V - São Paulo This conveniently located hotel has rooms with marble whirlpool bathtubs and a fully equiped mini-kitchen with stove, fridge, dish washer and microwave oven. Some suits are very large.
Gran Meliá Mofarrej This hotel near park Trianon has a stately lobby. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and exquisitely decorated. Non-smoking rooms are available.
Gran Meliá WTC São Paulo Although far from Jardins and from Avenida Paulista, this is the ideal hotel for executives doing business in the Luís Carlos Berrini area. The executive rooms and suites have bathtub, broadband internet access, butler and open bar services. The rooms are spacious.
The rooms are spacious. The hotel is also located next to Shopping D&D, one of the most sophisticated malls in town, specialized in furniture, furnishings, and design. Facilities include 300 rooms, pool, tennis court, restaurant, convention room, fitness room, massage room, sauna.
Grand Hyatt São Paulo One of the newest and most attractive hotels in town, this Grand Hyatt is on Luís Carlos Berrini Avenue, and important business area.
It has an Italian, a Japanese and a French restaurants, two bars and a lounge with livemusice. The impressive "wine library" has more than 2,500 bottles and over 280 labels.
São Paulo Morumbi Hilton Yet another luxury hotel in the Luís Carlos Berrini business district, this hotel faces the charmless Pinheiros river and is miles away from the major tourist attractions.
The rooms, up to Hilton's standards, have whirlpool tubs, aromatherapy, special music, and massage devices. The standards rooms include no breakfast, which is charged at a fixed price per person.
L'Hotel On a street off Avenida Paulista, this hotel is decorated in classic style and has few rooms but gives each guest spacious and pleasant quarters. It offers services according to the guests' nationality; for example, Japanese guests may get ikebana flower arrangements, Japanese tea, and Japanese newspapers in the rooms. It has an Italian restaurant and a pub.
Pergamon Hotel Although located in a rundown area of São Paulo, this hotel is near many tourist attractions in the old city center. It's also close to some of the best theaters.
It's a design conscious hotel, with halls decorated in different forms and colors. The rooms are spacious and charming. A small library is available to guests.
Hotel Unique The unusual building, designed by Ruy Othake, has the shape of a slice of gigantic watermelon. Its round windows afford a view of Ibirapuera Park. The rooms are decorated inlight colors. The penthouse floor houses Skye, a restaurant run by Emmanuel Bassoleil and a trendy bar, by a red pool, with a magnificent view of the city. It is a favorite among fashion models, designers, and the publicity people of the São Paulo Fashion Week, which takes place at the nearby Bienal building.
See list of all five star hotels in Sao Paulo.
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