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Located in south São Paulo, Vila Mariana is a nice residential area with plenty of businesses, recreation centres, hospitals and restaurants. Joaquim Távora is an up-and-coming nightlife spot, with trendy restaurants and bars. The cultural centre SESC Vila Mariana offers interesting architecture and a variety of activities for the public. You can rent a bicycle from one of the local bike share stations and ride along the neighbourhood's streets to get a sense of this pleasant area during the day. The area around ESPM, a school for publicity and marketing, offers a collegiate ambiance with busy cafes and pubs.
We spent 2+ hours here on our last day in Sao Paolo. While the promise of Modiglianis, Chagalls, Picassos, Braques and Miros brought us here, the Brazilian and South American artists were most enjoyable. A breath of fresh air from Eurocentric art. We spent most of our time on Floors 6 and 7.
Do not miss the Observatory for views...
This site was the last part of our Ibirapuera Park visit on a beautiful day. It is a calm in the hustle and bustle of the park. Your mindset changes on entering the grounds. As seniors, our entry fee was R$5/ person.
Traditional Japanese architecture and structure with specially raked gardens and a koi pond. There is a small museum...
A short walk across a pedestrian bridge from Ibirapuera Park, you will come upon the very fine Museum of Contemporary Art. The seven exhibit floors take you through the world of 20th and 21st century art, from the well-known “traditional” works of (Picasso, Matisse, De Chirico, Modigliani, Chagall, Leger, et al) and their Brazilian contemporaries (such as Brecheret, Martins, and...
Great exhibition and great art. Layout and presentation is perfect.
The variety in the pieces is very cool and setting up the exhibition "La Casa" according to themes and not according to time, artist or country works well.
Only downside is that there is no café or anything in the museum or close by.
It's a good place and very entertaining ! U can play (archery) while wait for a table..
The drinks are fun too.. u role the dice and get the drink of the number u got... very fun! The Ana Bolena milkshake is sooo good!!!
It was a great experienceThe guest manager was perfect, the room amazing.The restaurant is good with sympathique waiters.The hotel is very well located in the center of Sao Paulo and close to the park.
"Moderately priced, very clean, smallish (30) rooms"
reviewed 26 June 2018 by Jules S
Good included breakfast. Good, free WiFi. Nicely located near subway and bus station, walking distance to stores and a farmer’s market on Friday. Staff friendly, helpful, but lack fluency in English. Room options include 2 singles or one double bed. Also: only one hair drier for guests in hotel.
This is what I would consider an average hotel in São Paulo. Nothing bad, but nothing above average to say about it.
Rooms are spacious and clean, although a bit too noisy.
The whole building is very narrow and this makes it a bit uncomfortable. This is specially true at the breakfast place.
Breakfast itself is a bit poor as...
The location is easy to reach the most interesting places in the city, Av. Paulista, theaters, museuns, just next to subway station, new furniture, good breackfast. Even in a busy avenue, there´s no noise.
Not for luxury lovers. Rooms are comfortable in size and equipment. Position is good, on a big street, in the middle between 2 metro stations, not far from downtown but with low traffic and noise. Internal restaurant offers acceptable choice at breakfast (included in my stay, I just missed expresso coffee: sorry, I'm Italian!) and affordable combinations for lunch (expresso...