Braston Hotel Sao Paulo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua Martins Fontes 330, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 010500-000, Brazil
Braston Hotel Sao Paulo
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 48% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Solo66
  • Business48

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How do i get to?

by deeonadon

How do i get to Rio de Janerio to from GRU Sao Paulo National Airport? Please.

Re: How do i get to?

by 2deJulho

By aeroplane, which would probably be the most convenient since you are already at an airport, or by bus, which will involve going to the bus station and catching one.

Re: How do i get to?

by RoseFerreira

Here you can find the hours of the all the buses that goes to Rio de Janeiro at the ESTACAO RODOVIARIA DO TIETE (it is also a metro station). It is very big but easy to find what you want, you just have to look for Rio de Janeiro, then you will find a lot of balconys with the buses company names, choose one (The only bus company that goes to Rio from another bus station is Expresso Kaiowa): . On this other site you will find times of departures and arrival time and the prices to Rio:
The trip from Int’l Airport Guarulhos to the “Terminal Rodoviario do Tiete” has 24 hours a day bueses (normally in every hour). The price is R$31,00 (dollar today in Brazil is around R$1,75), so that would be US$17,75. On this site you will find the phone numbers for information if you wish:
Did you ever think by going thru plane, because sometimes it’s much cheaper going by plane instead of bus (plane 45 minute trip) and by bus 6 hours trip. This site is from, normally they have the best prices and if you have to get out the Int’l airport of Guarulhos and go to Congonhas Airport (in Sao Paulo) they have a free bus between these two terminal, because normally the airplane that you would want to take to Rio would be the one that arrives in Santos Dumont airport (the nearst airport to Rio) If you need further information, I’ll try to find out for you. Byby and have a nice trip.
If you want there are other flight companies: and (brasilian companies)


Re: How do i get to?

by robine


Re: How do i get to?

by dirtroady

GRU is the INTERNATIONAL airport. If you ask to go to the national airport you'll be going to a different airport.

You should fly, it's the easiest thing to do. Gol Airlines tends to have good prices though they're usually not on time. You can take buses but you'll need a whole day for that.

Re: How do i get to?

by deeonadon

thank you.

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Quickie look at some of SPs commerce

by schurlif

This tip is just for fun....
Pictures taken driving by a place , not without a special reason sometimes.....
Here we go :
Pic 1: a branch of "my bank"... Banco Itaú , Brasils third largest bank after Banco do Brasil and Bradesco. I'd say there's some guts to give the bank a name in the indigenous Tupi-Guarani language , I guess almost nobody knows what "Itaú" means, including myself..... But it is a very modern and effective bank and I wouldn't open another account in any of the other 150 or more banks in Brasil....
Pic 2: the obvious and inevitable...... but would you guess that Mac in Brasil is considered high end middle class "classy" food..?????? Paulistanos with their whole family in their cute middle class cars pride themselves in waiting with running motor on Sunday evenings for an hour or so (!!!) in the queue line of the Mac drive through... Fast food gone mad......
Pic 3: Now this is one of my favorites and my bro-in-law is all excited about it too , we just couldn't wait to see what special remedies they had in this pharmacy for indigestion , gases and general stomach aches......
Pic 4: besides that , they offer big discounts on prescription drugs , one Real discount for every Farto you can produce.....
Pic 5: the first class , expensive and high end bakery chain "Leticia" , just a few steps away from my old house. Delicious , socalled "french bread" , carrot , chocolate , strawberrie cakes, nice cold and hot sandwiches and drinks to enjoy and some convenience items..... and more.....
yummie..... hmmmmmmmmmm, some of the nice things I haven't even mentioned yet.....
I'll soon shoot a few pics of the recently inaugurated disco/hang out place/night life spot , "DIVVA" the new meeting point for richie sons with their Porsches and barbie like socalled "patricinhas", daddies girls , who get everything they want..... I happen to be 10 % partner in this enterprise.... it was opened last week and I was there only on the inauguration night .... My partners were testing that night what the REAL capacity of the place is... by dosing the amount of people entering.... Geeezzzz..... at a certain point I almost fainted because there was no space to sit or stand or move..... hell !!!!!!!! And only techno music.... full blast....
Another "interesting" thing about São Paulo are the inumerous brothels and "motels".....
About this , another day......

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Happy or late hours

by Elainehead about Prainha Paulista

Always crowded, especially if you want a table outside. It's a nice place to come with friends to drink or to flirt.

OPEN HOURS: 11 AM to 1 AM (Monday to Thursday) and until 2 AM on Friday and Saturday. Casual but if you come for the happy hour, you may see many well-dressed people who come directly to the bar from work or hit the bar before going to a "balada" (disco).

You can't be hungry there

by burger about Street cousine

There are many small kiosks offering portions to apease. Hot dog with corn, mash potatoes adn fried vegetatable cost 1.5 R$ (0.6 Us$), boiled corn 1 R$, fresh coconut 1-2 R$, cold cola, pepsi or fanta 1.8 R$


by schurlif about TAKÓ

With so many japanese restaurants in town and japanese food really being mainstream paulistano "nutrition" now you can expect to find refined restaurants just about everywhere. Still , Liberdade district is the area of most restaurants "condensed" , almost one after the other, some of the best in Rua da Gloria such as the wonderfull "Takó"....
Traditional in its looks there are only women "garçonettes" as called in "Brazilian Portuguese". The menu is huge with many "chef invention combinations" to please the Paulistano taste buds.
Service is fast and impeccable , the food delicious. What else should I say...? I think that's enough , just go and try it , I guarantee you won't regret.
O yes , Takó is slightly expensive , I'd say it is a high middle class restaurant..... The oysters !!! ( They come in fresh daily from an oyster farm in southern Brazil )..

I also like ( sorry , don't know the name of the dish) a sushi with 12 little rice "cubes" sprinkled with parsley on the outside and stuffed with salmon and toppled with those "big" pink salty salmon eggs that pop in your mouth.... ( see picture # 4 )

I personally L O V E ( and anybody who has ever seen me eat that went "eeeeoooww!!") uni sushi..... two of them.... uni is sea urchin.... seriously , looks like baby poop , smells like that odor that comes from below when you walk on a wooden pier at the ocean but tastes like heaven ... what a texture , how delicious it is to have this in your mouth and slowly let it go down your throat....! This is one dish though that you have to learn how to appreciate...

But.... everything is good at Takó .... if you can make up your mind what to chose from this huge menu.....


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