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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighborhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centers 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.
Worked there when it was built, by 2000/01. The place kept its energy, the good food, the nice and unexpected expositions, etc. Easy to get there, but a bit expansive to park. Not a 5 more because it should advertise more, let people go and know the place.
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!
The restaurant has an ultra cool vibe with really interesting decor. The menu has something for all to enjoy. My friends and I shared a pizza with three different toppings and it was delicious! I even enjoyed the dessert pizza. The best was the drink with the bath 🛁 and rubber 🦆. That drink was unbelievably delicious and unique. If...
$$ - $$$ • Healthy, Brazilian, Bar, Pub, South American
"Good vegan/vegetarian option"
reviewed May 11, 2019 by Imperador3
I went for a lunch to Vila das Rosas. I’m not a vegetarian or vegan, but I liked this place. Fresh and simple food. I had the falafel and it was very good. Not expensive either. Good option for a simple and healthy lunch!
I liked the beds which were very comfortable. Breakfast has some good selection of fresh tropical fruits which I liked. The WiFi was a problem. Not very good connection and you need to connect all the time.
Staff was very nice and polite. A selection of good places to eat all around the area.
Staff at check-in were helpful and spoke English. They were also able to supply an adapter so I could charge my phone (Brazillian electrical sockets defeated my 'worldwide' adapter).
I was able to store my luggage both upon arrival and after departure.
My room was on the 7th floor. There was a surprising amount of street noise, plus aircraft overhead....
This is a nice hotel with nice staff but if you are travelling in the winter months beware... there is no heating and it could get cold in Sao Paulo, well at least for me as im from the caribbean.
It also didnt help that the maid left the windows opened some days.
But the hotel looked just like the...
Perfect for my needs location wise, slide to the hospital and pretty close to everything I needed. The Room very comfortable and clean, with a microwave, a set of plates and cutlery very useful for some coffee and anything I bought to eat! One of the best showers I’ve had I my life lots of water and great pressure. The...
Nice and economic hotel. You have the usual Brazilian breakfast available in the morning. The staff at the reception is polite and helpful. We were there for a wedding on the weekend. If you looking for not so expensive place to stay I would recommend Ibis styles.