The Ca'd'Oro is an independent hotel, not part of any chain or group and operates in Brazil since 1953, initially as a restaurant. Operated by Guzzoni family since the foundation, whose long tradition in high-class hotel originated in Switzerland in 1910, following then to Italy and finally Brazil, over 4 generations, passed down from father to son. Its central location, close to Avenida Paulista is "close to everything." Since its foundation until today, was the hotel that received the most important figures who visited São Paulo and is part of the history of the city. In 2009 we started a complete process of revitalization, knocking its 3 towers and forming a new design concept "mixed use" encompassing a residential tower and a second divided into commercial offices and the new Hotel Ca'd'Oro. The hotel now has 147 rooms, 6 event rooms, panoramic pool and fitness center, sauna, library as well as its famous restaurant. The Ca'd'Oro has always been considered beyond the more traditional, more welcoming and one of the best kitchens of. His restaurant continues to be a star of the already over crowded setting of the gastronomic attractions of the city, and the northern kitchen precursor of Italy in Brazil. The Ca'd'Oro word is the name given to a palace located on the Grand Canal in Venice, used in antiquity to host distinguished guests ( "DOGI") on an official visit to that city. Today a museum, literally means in Venetian dialect "Golden House"