Quality Hotel And Suites Congonhas

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

Rua Henrique Fausto Lancelotti 6333, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 04625-005, Brazil
Blue Tree Premium Congonhas Airport
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Very Good
24%
6
Average
24%
6
Poor
28%
7
Terrible
24%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 1 star hotels

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  • Families77
  • Couples69
  • Solo70
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by timmytom

I will be staying in Sao Paulo for a weekend in January before I go to Florianapolis?

I want to book a hotel in a safe area in downtown which is walking distance from all the nice restaurants/live music/night life...which is the best location. I don't mind spending $100 to $150 per night for the hotel. Please recommend the best location of SP to enjoy some quality food and the night life. I also prefer a safe area because I don't speak portuguese and I don't wan to get mugged because I am a tourist!

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by cassiovieggore

Here are some ***** Hotels in São Paulo:
- Maksoud Plaza; Alameda Campinas, 150
-Caesar Psrk; Rua Augusta, 1508
- Sheraton Mofarrej; Alameda Santos, 1437
- Inter-Continental São Paulo; Alameda Santos, 1123
All them are near Av Paulista where is the best night life in town.
Cassiovieggore

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by kiwigal_1

I would recommend the Jardins area near Av Paulista. I always stay at the Quality Hotel on Alameda Campinas (tip on my Sao Pualo page).

Cheers, Rhianon

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by hmoitta

I like to stay in Mercure Paraiso, near metro station Paraiso, Paulista mall and Fricco restaurant.

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by yvr

The Renaissance one block of Paulista Ave is very nice, stayed there for 4 days last June and really enjoyed it. The airport bus also stops there coming from and going to the airport.

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by loboviejo

Oi TT,

You have been given several great locations for hotels, BUT, you might have asked how to avoid being struck by lightening! We NEVER know when a mugging will happen, be it in SP, or any other city in the world. Muggings happen because the "muggee" is believed to have more money than the poorer "mugger". It can happen anywhere.

Your best bet is to lower the odds of loosing something by making yourself less of a target. I suggest that you "dress-down" when you walk the streets, wear the cheapest watch you can buy, carry a fake billfold filled with useless credit cards and valueless bills that look impressive, and try to always against the flow of traffic. Do not get roaring drunk in a bar unless you are with trusted friends! In other words, limit the opportunities for an assault, and limit your losses should this happen!

Brasil is a great place to visit! I have seldom met kinder, friendlier, or more personable people in my life. You will have a great time! Boa viagem!

JAC

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by Adrianobr

There are several locations like around av Paulista (jardins) and av ibirapuera (moema). Moema is a place where you can find a lot of good hotels for your bugget and many restaurants with worldwide cuisine. It's a safe place and a little bit more safest than Jardins. enjoy

Re: Which is the best and safest location in Sao Paulo?

by Jeffbr

I live in sao paulo and I have never been mugged - of course you need to be careful where you put yourself in.
The advice from the other colegue to avoid using fancy clothes and accessories when walking in the street is a must unless you get a taxi to take you to the place.
All neighborhoods mentioned here are great. Once I recommended Formule 1 in Jardins neighborhood since they had low budget to spend..around R$100 per night.
(very small room)...
Would be interesting to have some local to take you around according to your interests.

hope it helps.

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Samba schools

by JosianeSilva

Hello!!!

You´re right. There are Samba schools that during the year promove some shows similar to Carnival parades. I recommend The Vai-Vai school. It´s one of the most traditional samba schools in São Paulo. It´s around the Bixiga area. It´s easy to get there.
If you are keen on dancing, The Vai-Vai school is the place to be.
I´ve already been there. It was amazing, specially when the drummers started to play the drums. The sound that comes from the drums is fantastic and it involves with the decoration and people around the place.
Whatever you do, refrain from wearing heavy clothes because you probably will dance a lot and the place is hot.
Don´t worry about the price. You´ll pay a fair price and have a lot of fun. However, if you are into drinking different kind of drinks, bear in mind that some of them can be more expensive than usual.

KEEP YOURSELF CLEAN

by RafaelTheSecond

In a very remote town in the countryside of São Paulo State when we were returning to São Paulo from Iguazu Falls, in a gas station in Santa Cruz do Rio Pardo, we stop for shower time!

Most of the gas station in the road has shower for you to get cleaned.

One problem, COLD SHOWER, even in the winter!!!!

November 15th,2004

Happy Hour or Pre-Dinner Drinks

by bearworm about Terraco Italia

High quality drinks in a dark room with leather couches and chintz curtains, all on the 41st floor of Edificio Italia. Spectacular views of the City in warm comfortable surroundings. Go for drinks at the bar but not for dinner - the restaurant has lost some of its flair (local gossip).

don't miss the picana and papaya cream

by juicygirl about Figueira (Churrascaria)

With a century old tree as the centerpiece of this gorgeous restaurant, this somewhat pricey restaurant is not to be missed! Frequented by businessmen during the week, Figueira was surprisingly filled with a very decent crowd for the weekend too. Gardens and open air restaurants aren't that plentiful in Sao Paulo so the chance to eat under the beautiful sky was a great treat. Well trained waiters will give you an English menu if you ask for one -- and they will continue to pamper you from beginning to end of your meal. Steak will never be the same to me after trying Brazil's Rumpsteak or Picana. It was absolutely delicious and super duper HUGE in Figueira. I was so full but i couldn't bear to leave anything on my plate -- my meal here alone must have been responsible for an extra inch of bulge on my waistline. This place is expensive though so be prepared -- they also serve you an appetizer dish of pickled veggies that you are surprised to see later on your bill as very pricey -- but if you have to spend and splurge on one restaurant in Sao Paulo, i recommend this be the place!

All You Can Eat Meat

by GypsyCanuck about All You Can Eat Meat

This is a common form of dining in Brazil. A restaurant where you have a salad bar, they provide side dishes such a fries and then these gentlemen come around with various parts of a cow, pig, lamb or fish for you to sample. Meat, Meat and more Meat (Not for the vegetarian)

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