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The front desk did not have check on my booking or my aprovid from hotel late check out
The reception did not speak english
The rooms a bit not fresh towels I got after checking in
in a plastic bag
The rooms had no english...More
Cheapest option in Paulista area, couldn't expect such. Small room/toilet, shower giving shocks.
But breakfast was awesome! Didn't expect such variety! So it was worth it, athough I don't plan to stay there again.
Stayed 1 night here because of its central location. First impressions upon entering the lobby were good. It didn't last. Bedroom walls and floor were filthy. And the noise! Could hear everything from pedestrians to traffic to construction all through the night. Didn't get much...More
The hotel seems like an old residential building and the rooms are simple, with a bed, a tv. That's it. It seems you're sleeping at a friend's place - the room is similar to a small rented poor apartment
Don't except much comfort here... On...More
The hotel localization is very good, next to subways, shopping center, MASP and other attractions. But the room pictures are false. They seems new and beautiful, and the one I booked was very old, the bathroom was ugly, and the sheets grimy. One day they...More
Located just below important Paulista Avenue, Jardins is the junction of four smaller neighbourhoods: Jardim Paulista, Jardim América, Jardim Europa and Jardim Paulistano. It is an upper-class area, offering a variety of things to do, including shopping, museums and parks. The neighbourhood is well known for “Oscar Freire”– the most luxurious street in the city, packed with high-end boutiques. In Jardins you will also find
a trendy museum, São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound (MIS), which people often line up for hours to visit. If green space is what you're after, take time to relax at Trianon Park, a refuge in the heart of Paulista Avenue.