To save money during your trip, consider hostels like Sao Paulo Lodge Business Hostel or The Hostel Paulista that offers a rooftop terrace and cycling. If you're traveling on a fixed budget, consider staying at Hotel Internacional Sao Paulo, which is a 15-minute walk to the center. A short walk from ETEC Getulio Vargas, Hospedaria Ipiranga is a good budget option for visitors of São Paulo who would like to save up. Budget-conscious travelers could consider staying at Hotel Diamantina, which is also 10 minutes on foot from Japão - Liberdade metro station and offers rooms at 36US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Sao Paulo?
Best cheap hotels in Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo airports & Subway stations
For short-stay travelers to São Paulo there are 4 convenient hotels choices close to Guarulhos airport, such as Tryp - Transit Hotel Sao Paulo Airport - Terminal 3 or Hampton By Hilton Guarulhos Airport. Book a room at Nobile Downtown Sao Paulo near Anhangabaú metro station and you can easily explore São Paulo by public transportation. If you would like to stay in a hotel near Terminal Rodoviario do Tietê railroad station, think of 3-star Ibis Styles Sao Paulo Anhembi and Hotel Paulistano.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you want to be centrally situated on your trip to São Paulo, then stay at Hotel Windsor, which is just 10 minutes' walking distance to the city center. If you are looking for hotels in São Paulo city center, consider Hotel Calstar near Renault Theatre. In Pinheiros district, you'll find Mercure Sao Paulo Pinheiros and Quality Faria Lima with rates from 89US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Sao Paulo
Nobile Suites Congonhas is a luxury place about 3 miles away from Ibirapuera Auditorium. Estanplaza Paulista in Jardim Paulista district is a fancy boutique hotel in São Paulo that offers pure glamor. Tryp Sao Paulo Tatuape Hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a rooftop terrace as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're planning on visiting São Paulo with your family, select apartments next to Renault Theatre, such as Apm 1209 Nice Studio With Balcony In Downtown or Humaita Sp 111. Vila Madalena Premium Panoramico is a B&B that is 15 minutes' walk to Orquidario Ruth Cardoso. George V Alto De Pinheiros is a great place for a trip to São Paulo that comes with free self-parking, a sauna and a steam room. Make sure to choose Oyo San Francisco Plazza near Museu de Historia dos Salesianos no Brasil - a top-rated resort with views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Sao Paulo
Brazil’s most modern, cosmopolitan city, São Paulo is the world’s third largest city and the biggest in South America.
The financial heart and major cultural centre of Brazil it draws comparisons with New York. The diversity of nationalities living in São Paulo has made it a legendary city among gourmands: Japanese, Italian, Brazilian, Chinese, Jewish, and Arab restaurants are all familiar parts of the city’s landscape. You should try one of the 62 different types of cuisines in São Paulo. In fact, people often visit the city just to dine out.
You might get lost in variety of restaurants and great number of the hotels. Booked.net will help you find a cheap hotel in São Paulo or a luxurious one. Check our vast selection and save on the São Paulo hotel at Booked.net.
São Paulo has much to offer in addition to its outstanding cuisine. The city attracts visitors with many lovely beaches and towering skyscrapers, its museums are among the finest in South America. You should see Brazil’s famous martial art, capoeira. Developed as the martial art of the slaves, it was banned and practiced only underground; today, it is a well-known and loved spectacle.
If you are a single looking for fun, choose one of the bars and clubs, it is known that São Paulo has the busiest nightlife in Brazil.
Other attractions include;
- The Museo de Arte Sacra & Jardim da Luz. Built in 18th century, it constitutes the best collection of colonial art and artifacts in South America
- São Paulo Museum of Art holds a very good collection of European and Brazilian art
- The Parque do Ibirapuera is São Paulo’s major public park. The planetarium is what sets the park apart.
- Shopping Malls Iguatemi, Morumbi, Eldorado, Jardim Sul, Cidade Jardim, and many others. Indulge yourself in the pleasure of shopping.
- Weekend fair in Embu, 12 miles from São Paulo. Fine furniture, works of artists and craftsmen are the reasons so many go to the Embu fair.
Among the most exciting things you should see in São Paulo are the Carnival and Gay Pride Parade. The Carnival is the most famous festival in Brazil held annually forty days before Easter. The world’s largest gay pride parade in São Paulo is heavily supported by the federal government. You can find many politicians parading with a float.
Visit São Paulo in 2014. It’s going to be one of the host cities of the FIFA World Cup, for which Brazil is the host nation.
São Paulo overwhelms the senses with its vibrant culture and impressive arts scenes, top-rate nightlife and outstanding restaurants. Enjoy your stay in São Paulo with a cost-effective booking. At affordable price Booked.net will offer you the best hotels in São Paulo.