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We booked this hotel because we love football. Especialy the worldchampionship football 2014.
This hotel was maybe good in the 50's. I mean 1950.
Old, old, old, simply old.
Accross the street are two nightclubs. So you are assured you can not sleep. We had...More
I spent four nights at this place in October 2011. The bus stop for the airport-bus in right in the front of the hotel, which is a great advantage. The location in Rua Augusta (nightlife, theater, pubs, jazzclubs etc) is interesting. The beds are soft...More
I travel to Sao Paulo on business at least once per month. For this trip, most of the hotels that I like to stay were booked, so I chose this hotel. Rooms were fine, but the internet was absolutely rubbish; they charge about R$30 for...More
US$49 - US$73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Consolação lies between the old historical centre of the city and busy Paulista Avenue. It’s surrounded by the fancy Higienópolis neighbourhood, which makes it a very diverse place. The nightlife along Augusta Street offers visitors a variety of options to dine, dance and be entertained. Roosevelt Square, Consolação's main meeting point, is surrounded by fringe theaters and has become a popular skateboarding area. Right
across the street from the square is the elevated highway known as “Minhocão.” Though it is busy with car traffic all week, it shuts down every weekend and becomes a leisure spot right in the middle of the city.