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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighbourhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centres and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.
Went along for a spare few hours in the afternoon - its an interesting building with good gallery spaces. When we were there most were in use for a very interesting exhibition on the Atlantic Africans in Brazil - interesting and thought provoking.
Well worth a visit.
It`s located right besides a popular Hospital. It`s entrance is small and a little hard to find. It`s a small place but with a lot of stairs to move around. The conference rooms are comfortable but the reception lounge small.
Street food concept is becoming increasingly popular here and all around the world, due to the growing number of food trucks. Piknik brings together different options for every craving. Besides food, you can also taste gourmet coffees, beers from artisan brewery. Amazing atmosphere: Food brings people together!
visited with a business group and very positive experience. not `fancy` or pretentious but attractive and somewhat rustic appearance in the villa madelena district. argentine ambiente but with pleasant and efficient staff. look for claudia, a combination waitress, maitre d, and genial hostess ! food is solid steakhouse fare served `as you requested`. appetizers good as well as delicious churros...
Little things could be better. The key card didn't work always. I missed a toilet brush.The staff is friendly and helpful. Breakfast is partly a bit tasteless.I don't like that I have to write minimum 200 characters here...
This appears to mainly be a commercial hotel as it is away from the centre of Sao Paulo. However it is 5 minutes walk from Faria Lima metro station and some good non-mall shopping streets around the metro and a quick and inexpensive (4 reals,1€) ride into the city centre. Breakfast is a comprehensive buffet and there is a pool...
Simple but clean room, a bit dark though. I could sunbath and cool down at the small but pleasant Pool on the rooftop.
The restaurant is very good with friendly staff.
Breakfast includes local specialties which I found a must to try. Quiet location close to the metro station.
I’ve been visiting SP for a while and this hotel is a great option. Close to many interesting places, nice location close to Av Paulista as well as some nice malls.
Also, close to some good restaurants.
Good customer service, morning breakfast includes a lot of good options to start your day.
The room was very small, simple, and clean. The room decor weirdly bleak and grey - sort of like a jail cell! There was a nice breakfast buffet, though and good restaurant attached. Overall it was a good value. The staff is super friendly and efficient.