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The hotel is located in a great area but that is all that is great. The rooms are filty, the hallways smell like a mixture of bug spray and urine. The faucet in the bathroom sink doesn't turn off. The walls are thin and you...More
The hotel is 2 blocks away from Avenida Paulista, the symbol of Sao Paulo City and in the heart of Jardins, which is a fancy, avantgarde neighbourhood. So you have the subway (yellow line) 1o minutes or less away and can get everywhere. Also the...More
This place is marketed as an apartment hotel and the rooms have kitchens (not much equipment) and the fixture and fittings are basic. However, it's fantastically placed a stone's throw from Av Paulista, safe and well served. For the price (Inc breakfast) it's a steal...More
Just don't go there if you don't speak portuguese. There is only one lady who understands English ,but she works day shift. And there is one smart guy at night who uses Google translater. Others - NOThing. At all. They don't understand even basic words...More
Just for one night, the Central Park Jardins is OK, the room is very bigg, a little bit old in furnitures and style, but with minibar, kitchen (i you need ?), free wifi, and a big bed with comfortable mattrass.
So it's OK, but you...More
Located just below important Paulista Avenue, Jardins is the junction of four smaller neighbourhoods: Jardim Paulista, Jardim América, Jardim Europa and Jardim Paulistano. It is an upper-class area, offering a variety of things to do, including shopping, museums and parks. The neighbourhood is well known for “Oscar Freire”– the most luxurious street in the city, packed with high-end boutiques. In Jardins you will also find
a trendy museum, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound (MIS), which people often line up for hours to visit. If green space is what you're after, take time to relax at Trianon Park, a refuge in the heart of Paulista Avenue.