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This is an inexpensive, basic hotel that fills that role very well. Located off the beaten path in Liberdade, the hotel staff are friendly and most speak English, particularly the reception desk staff. The rooms are very basic: indoor-outdoor carpeting that is stained; very firm...More
Great location, 1 block from subway station, walk distance to the traditional japanese neighborhood Liberdade. Very comfortable room, clean, quiet. Satisfying breakfast. Great cost benefit for business trip
The hotel is situated in Liberdade, the Japanese area in Sao Paulo. There are plenty of good restaurants in the area. The staff is amazing helpful even though the majority doesn't speak English. Every time we got what we wanted with a smile. Rooms are...More
The hotel situated in the Asian district of São Paulo. It has very friendly and attentive staff. The lunch buffet is good food, for 37R pp. the rooms are clean and big enough with decent size bathrooms. It is very close to São Jauquim metro....More
The "surprisingly good" thing about this hotel is the quality of the accommodation and the services compared to the area where it is located. Liberdade is a very popular, shopping neighborhood (originally founded and populated by Japanese immigrants), but it is unfortunately becoming a filthy...More
As the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, Liberdade offers a variety of shops with Asian products and restaurants with diverse Asian cuisines. Liberdade is a world unto its own - you may forget you are in São Paulo. The streets are decorated with red lamps and there are various markets. On the weekends, there is a great street fair at Liberdade Square, starting right by the subway entrance. The Oriental
Garden and the Busshinji Temple are beautiful spots to visit, and if you want to learn more about Japanese culture and immigration to Brazil, stop by the Museum of Japanese Immigration.