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I stayed at Lobo Urban Stay in São Paulo for one night in September 2017. It's a fun and cozy hostel very centrally located in the Jardins neighborhood - very close to Avenida Paulista and walking distance to lots of restaurants and bars, in Jardins...More
The owners were super friendly and gave us lots advice on what to do in São Paulo.
Beds and showers were perfect for the brief stay and the location is great to explore São Paulo.
There was a great atmosphere to meet other backpackers. Will...More
Loved this hostel, highly secure and the owners were very nice. Their cat Luke is just beautiful and friendly! I wanted to pick him up and cuddle him but thought it might have been a bit much ha! Our room was gorgeous double with ensuite....More
We had a very enjoyable stay for 7 nights in the dorm. The whole place is incredibly clean and designed perfectly, good hot showers as well. The surrounding area is very safe for walking around and the location is a great base for exploring the...More
We stayed here to watch the Brazilian grand prix in November. It is a little gem of a place, located not far from Paulista Ave and the subway in a nice neighbourhood. Although breakfast was not included, there is a bakery very close by with...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.