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It's located in the midst of bars & nightlife place, good for bar goers. But for ladies please stay away as it's unsafe to stay out for too late. Also the noise from next door could last till midnight, and throughout the night on a...More
centrally located but quite. nice hotel clean and good service. from this location you can walk to av. paulista. breakfast very generous . room are spacious enougth, cable TV with some english channels.
If you are looking for a place in the middle of the hip and alternative night life of SP this is it. The hotel offers great value. Mini apartments with small kitchens, cleaning each day, good enough breakfast and a tiny roof top pool. You...More
The hotel is situated at centre of the city and a good place with connectivity to all the areas. Weekends are really good with a very good night life
The price is affordable with complimentary breakfast buffet.
This is a reasonably priced hotel, fairly close to downtown SP and the Paulista Avenue area. Breakfast is very good, the room are large, with a small living area and kitchen. Wifi is useless, do not count on it and staff is not that great....More
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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.