As some write, this might be the best option in town. I wouldn't know as I only stayed at this hotel, but compared to other hotels this is still below average.
It an old, 'tired' hotel which looks likes it just waiting to close down. The rooms are 'tired', the breakfast room (on the 12 floor as I remember) are tired.
The hotel has only one elevator, so be prepared to wait for it. Do not expect staff to speak English, but they will try to find someone who speaks English if you don’t speak Portuguese.
Breakfast selection is okay and as in all Brazilian cafe's and restaurants television is running all the time.
I never really understood this. If Europeans want to eat and watch TV they often eat at home or order take away.
Especially the fresh fruit selection is good.
It relative noisy hotel, so bring your earplugs if you are a light sleeper.
Next time I would consider a hotel in Campinas, and commute the 30 min to Jundiai.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking