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Braston is not the moderns hotel in Sao Paulo, but it has some very good points. First of all the central reception hall is very big and there is space enough to organize your meetings. Its very good to receive you business partners there, its...More
This hotel was worse than all of the hostels I’ve ever stayed at. The rooms are severely outdated, the toilet lid was broken and it kept falling on me when I sat down which was disgusting. The European adapter didn’t work and the front desk...More
We stayed here twice, upon arrival before heading to Rio, and prior to flying back to Europe.The hotel is in a decent location.Could do with an upgrade in certain parts but for what we paid we found adequate.
The internet doesn't work in the room, only one guy wanted to help me about this problem, the staff are not interested in solve problems, except the housekeeping, they are great, one o the rooms that I stayed in was filled with mold, the same...More
First thing I noticed was that there was no toilet paper in the bathroom, only that I noticed it too late. No, seriously.
Two of their three elevators were broken on a super busy Saturday morning. That meant I ended up walking all the to...More
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.