Hotels Near Meio Dia Barriga Vazia
Hotels Near Meio Dia Barriga Vazia In Sao Paulo
0.6km from downtownLocated in trendy Vila Madalena and within steps from shops, restaurants and bars, Don Valente Pousada offers practical accommodation. Pacaembu Stadium is 1 km away and Benedito Calixto Plaza Fair is only 500 metres from the property.Rooms at Don Valente are furnished with a fan, wardrobe, TV and minibar. Some have a private bathroom. Services such as currency exchange, shuttle service and laundry facilities are available for guest’s convenience.Congonhas Airport is 9 Km away. Tiete and Barra Funda Bus Terminal are 2 Km from the guest house. Downtown can be reached in 5 km and Ibirapuera Park, in 3 Km. Wi-Fi free.
0.7km from downtownThis is a nice hotel with nice staff but if you are travelling in the winter months beware... there is no heating and it could get cold in Sao Paulo, well at least for me as im from the caribbean. It also didnt help that the maid left the windows opened some days. But the hotel looked just like the photos. They had a good breakfast and our room was huge as it was a corner room.
0.76km from downtownWith a stay at Hotel Jardim América - Adults Only in Sao Paulo (Pinheiros), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Paulista Avenue and São Paulo Museum of Art. This hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Football Museum and 2 mi (3.2 km) from Pacaembu Stadium.This smoke-free hotel offers designated smoking areas.Take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Continental breakfasts are available daily from 8 AM to 10 AM for a fee.Free self parking is available onsite.Stay in one of 23 guestrooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include ceiling fans, and housekeeping is provided daily.
0.8km from downtownI stayed for almost 3 months living in Selina Madalena, as the begining of my new nomad life. I found here not only the Selina’s incredible staff that will make your stay perfect, but also a lot of new friends who where travelling and working as me. I highly recomend staying in Selina Madalena if you’re planning to visit or live in São Paulo. You won’t regret it!
Very Good10 Reviews
0.81km from downtownHotel location is not very good, but cost-effective
0.83km from downtownI like this hostel. I stayed in the 10 bed dorm which was spacious, each bed has a curtain and socket (no lamp), lockers available and even a clothes rail for hanging stuff. I also chose the 10 bed instead of 8 bed because the 8-bed faces the road whereas the 10-bed is at the back so less traffic noise. Fans available if you're warm. Bathrooms clean, hot showers. Excellent wifi throughout. Computers available for guests. Space outside for drying clothes. Good lounge areas indoor and outdoors. Kitchen good size and well equipped. Breakfast good for a budget hostel (there was fresh fruit), though a bit early 6-9am. Staff all friendly and helpful. Location near subway station, shops, restaurants. Maps and tourist information available at hostel.
0.95km from downtownThe Oba 64 - Quarto Privativo Perdizes provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Oba 64 - Quarto Privativo Perdizes is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Sao Paulo. From the hotel, Barra Funda Railway Station is just 5km away. Famous local attractions Paroquia Nossa Senhora do Rosario de Fatima, O Giro do Catavento and Viga Espaco Cenico - Sala Principal Theater, can all be reached with a short walk. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities.
1.03km from downtownThere was nothing I could fault of this lovely place, I wouldn't even call it a Hostel. The homemade bread at breakfast was delicious! The staff was extremely helpful, they always ran up and down the stairs to help guests with their bags. They were so polite and friendly though professional. The location is perfect especially to enjoy the nightlife of Vila Madalena but Uber or the Metro will take you anywhere at very low prices. The shared bathrooms were incredibly clean, wifi was very good and the garden was a little paradise in a chaotic city like SP. There is also a well equipped kitchen at the back where you can prepare your own food. This place is the perfect spot to chill and unwind. I will surely come back and I totally recommend this place to everyone. Extremely safe for families with kids too. All other guests were also very friendly and zen, chilled and peaceful. LOVED IT !!!
1.25km from downtownViva Hostel design is probably one of the best hostels I've ever stayed in! The staff are very friendly and helpful, and most of them speak English and even if they don't they do their best to help you. The neighborhood is pretty nice and fairly quiet and safe. There are some restaurants/bars within walking distance but the main ones in Villa Madalena and are a bit far to walk. Sao Paulo and especially Villa Madalena have very steep hills, so even short walks are quite tiring. This includes the walk to Villa Madalena subway station. It's quite easy overall to get around on the subway, but the station is just a few stops from stations along Paulista Avenue. The hostel overall is very clean and well kept. The commons area has a good amount of seating. The TV room with Netflix is a wonderful bonus, but obviously most of the time it's taken. There is a large kitchen with lots of storage space and cooking space to make your own food. I stayed in the six bed mixed dorm. The pod style of the beds is innovative and provides a bit of privacy, and the individual sockets and bed light is great! There are individual lockers right in the rooms too. The beds are comfortable and clean. I would highly recommend this hostel!
1.26km from downtownThe Oba 50 Suíte Casal - Vila Madalena is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Sao Paulo will find that the Oba 50 Suíte Casal - Vila Madalena is a fantastic accommodation choice. The hotel is conveniently located just 5km from EST. Cidade Jardim Station and 11km from Congonhas Airport. The closest major public transportation, Faria Lima Metro Station, is only 1km away. Famous local attractions Qual Casa, Espaco Girassol Spa & Yoga and Ima Foto Galeria, can all be reached with a short walk. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
1.38km from downtownVery nice place, wonderful armosphere
Very Good12 Reviews
1.49km from downtownHotel location is OK, there is no subway around, about 120 rials from GRU airport. Hotel health is better, breakfast did not have time to eat and left, I do not know how. There is a daily self-service buffet at the door, the taste is OK, the price is also cheap, and the convenience stores and snacks are also available. The hotel has a car park for business families.
Hotels Near Meio Dia Barriga Vazia In Sao Paulo Review
Nice hotel in a good location.
There are restaurants and pubs nearby.
Breakfast is very rich, lunch and dinner are also very rich, both are buffets. There are also other restaurants near the hotel, and everything is pretty good. The location of the hotel is very good, easy to get in and out, and there is a taxi stand at the door. The hotel has a parking lot.
The room had enough for two people to be comfortable with a separate bedroom and plenty of closet and storage space. The small kitchen area was nice; we could prepare simple lunches and make our own coffee and tea in the room if we didn’t feel like going out. Breakfast offered enough variety that we could change our choices every day and there was always a lot of fresh fruit and baked goods. The staff was very helpful, and a special thank you to Natalia at the front desk who sorted out our every need including arranging for us to have a private city tour which we really enjoyed. The hotel itself is well located with plenty of restaurants, shopping, and parks within walking distance. Paulista was a twenty-five minute walk from the hotel, and we were close enough to the Pacaembu Football stadium that we were able to walk over and enjoy a football match. If you have a room close to the front of the hotel, you will hear street noise, but you have a better view from the balcony than you would from the quieter rooms in the back. The hotel is clean and well-kept. We had a very nice stay at this hotel and have no hesitation in recommending it to fellow travellers or visitors to São Paulo.
The hotel is located in the center of Sao Paulo. The breakfast is very average and there are not many choices. I feel that these hotels have similar breakfasts. Brazil has more sweets for breakfast. We arrived early on the first day and arrived at the hotel at 7 or 8 in the morning. , They said that the room cannot be checked in until after 2pm. If you want to pay an extra fee in advance, almost one extra night’s room rate will be charged.
First let me say, the staff here has a great heart and the people there are quite nice. They did their best to accommodate us but there were a few things that were lacking. I am a diamond member of Hilton and was offered an upgrade which was a nice perk, however the room offered was a split level that was old and had an odd smell. We were then moved to a standard room which had nice renovation, but a very small bathroom that did not have very hot water (it was mildly warm). Also, we should be entitled to free bottles of water daily, but they only offered 2 for the entire stay, and they tried to charge for them which my wife caught in the bill. This was also the case in coffee capsules. I originally booked 14 days but we left after about 8 due to those and a few other issues. The two main elevators were out for a couple of days, the breakfast was ..... less than desirable.... and the cleaning was only once every three days. For the cleaning, I can understand COVID concerns but we moved down the street to a bigger one bedroom hotel, at a cheaper price, nicer breakfast, and more amenities. If you are a frequent traveler I would not suggest to stay here. Again, the staff was very pleasant and did what they could, but it is not what I expect from a Hilton property.
Price is cheaper compared with neigberhood Room card always have problem, not able to active the elevator, nor open the door Always lots of people check in and out in the reception area, and the process is quite slow, must avoid busy time
I have read varying reviews. Other than the time it takes to check-in the rest of my stay was excellent. There a a few good bars and restaurants nearby (recommend Varandinha across the road). The rooms were spacious, gym had good equipment, breakfast was ample, and the staff were friendly. Not sure what more I could ask for.
I was initially worried about staying at a 3 star hotel in Brazil. The Ibis interlagos far exceeded my expectations. All the staff were friendly and went above and beyond for us. Unfortunately we had unexpected events happen my father in law was rushed to hospital for emergency aneurysm, and then they detected cancer as well. my husband had to complete forms and scan and send them and the hotel was kind enough to scan and email them back to us once we completed the information. This is not a business hotel but we greatly appreciated it. They had great continental breakfast. Each morning we would have breakfast take a cab downtown to the hospital and come back in the late evening. A few nights we just wanted to relax and have a drink and a snack and they had a selection of wine and beers and pao de queijo. The also have night security which made us feel safe. You cannot enter elevator without a swipe card and this I thought was an excellent feature. The bed was was extremely comfortable and they had fridge in the room and also air conditioning. I am not fluent in Portuguese but I was able to get by communicating to the exceptional staff from cleansing to front desk to kitchen. The service here was excellent and everyone is friendly. There is also a a large mall across the street, a bank, public transit bus stop and they hotel can arrange a cab. It’s about 50R to Downtown in São Paulo traffic. This was about $14USD or $18 CDN so it was not that expensive. The first couple of days we flagged cabs but then they hotel found out we were going back and forth to the hospital so a nice gentleman at the front desk arranged cabs for us and I felt very safe. They hotel does have drinks, food, snacks so you don’t have to go out. We will definitely be staying again at this hotel and highly recommend it to both visitors to Brazil or Brazilians. They only negative thing I can think Of was the size of the room however we were traveling with too many suitcases 4 large suitcases 3 carry on but they have banquets and we we were able to put a few suitcases under the banquets, a few in the cubby holes. We were able to store them away as best we could but if you were there for several weeks you may find the rooms small but really you are just there to sleep and get ready so it did not bother us much. They also do not have a safe in the room but we just had our passports and credit cards on us and when we travel we don’t bring valuables. I think the front desk can lock Items for you behind the desk.
Very comfortable and spacious room. Very good location
This hotel is located very well; within walking distance from Av Paulista (shopping, business, Sunday activities / live music) and Augusta Street (restaurants / bars). It also has a number of amazing restaurants nearby too and a short Uber ride to some of the tourist spots of São Paulo and a short walk to the metro to connect you to many other parts of São Paulo. I found the rooms to be very clean, and the shower is one of the best I came across in Brazil - good pressure. The staff were helpful and friendly too. There is security / staff near the door after hours which made the hotel feel safer at night, even though it is in a good neighbourhood. The breakfast can be improved as it was very simple for such a hotel and lacked choice and taste. The hotel also has a strict 2pm check in policy so chances of an early check in are unlikely unless you pay a fee - which seemed the case with many hotels in Brazil. Overall, I was happy and would stay again if the rate was right.
Excellent service, luxurious accommodation.
There was nothing I could fault of this lovely place, I wouldn't even call it a Hostel. The homemade bread at breakfast was delicious! The staff was extremely helpful, they always ran up and down the stairs to help guests with their bags. They were so polite and friendly though professional. The location is perfect especially to enjoy the nightlife of Vila Madalena but Uber or the Metro will take you anywhere at very low prices. The shared bathrooms were incredibly clean, wifi was very good and the garden was a little paradise in a chaotic city like SP. There is also a well equipped kitchen at the back where you can prepare your own food. This place is the perfect spot to chill and unwind. I will surely come back and I totally recommend this place to everyone. Extremely safe for families with kids too. All other guests were also very friendly and zen, chilled and peaceful. LOVED IT !!!
I like it, coffee can have more choices, but it's very good, I like it
This is the first time that Mr. and I came to São Paulo. I searched for Ctrip online for a long time, and finally chose to book at Nobile Downtown Sao Paulo based on the user's comments. The attitude of the front desk staff is very good. The hotel is not far from the subway station and the Oriental Street. It is quite convenient. The breakfast variety is quite rich, and the restaurant environment is very comfortable. If the front desk can have Spanish service, it will definitely provide more convenience to the guests. This hotel is really good and worth recommending!
The breakfast is good. The hotel is located near the main road of Paulistta in São Paulo. The hotel has a parking lot. Most guests living here are for business and tourism trips. It is also suitable for families with children.
Leaving the city airport CONGONHAS (Brazil domestic flight) is a ten-minute walk. Walking next to the hypermarket EXTRA.
It took a taxi to the Chinatown of LIBERDADE, Jufulou, about ten kilometers from half acre of land. 50 pieces of REIS.
Breakfast is average for two people. Not bad.
Good place with nice neighborhood and near some good restaurants. The accommodation is large and comfortable as the entrance and free parking service. The breakfast was nice, with fresh fruits and variety of cheeses and breads.
Travel is very convenient. Very close to the attractions. The hotel location is very good. Breakfast was rich. The rooms are large, except the facilities are slightly outdated but really can match the price. Will definitely choose next time.
The hotel is located in a gathering area of Japanese descent, relatively safe, surrounded by a lot of Japanese food, and eating is more convenient. If you participate in the exhibition, you can consider it, cost-effective, and the hotel facilities are relatively outdated
I've been staying at this hotel for a number of years now and every time I do, they do not disappoint. Front desk personnel is always helpful, the valet crew is reliable and housekeeping group always make sure you get what you need when you need them. Very pleased with the service and cleanliness. Besides, the hotel is very close to good eats as well.
Stayed here for 3 nights and had a great time,the room was very clean, comfortable and quiet and a great breakfast only 1 block from the beach, felt safe of an evening walking to restaurants and having a few drinks would highly recommend.we had a front facing room on the 5th floor
The location of the hotel is relatively close to the pro mango conference center, where you can choose to live on business. The price is not expensive and there are not many options for breakfast, but it suits the appetite of the Chinese, and the Brazilian diet may not have many tricks. The bar is also good to have a drink, and in general it can meet the needs of business travel.
I stayed for almost 3 months living in Selina Madalena, as the begining of my new nomad life. I found here not only the Selina’s incredible staff that will make your stay perfect, but also a lot of new friends who where travelling and working as me. I highly recomend staying in Selina Madalena if you’re planning to visit or live in São Paulo. You won’t regret it!
Breakfast is general, Western food, Chinese people may not really adapt, only eat a few pieces of bread and milk, others look at their own taste. The room was very well laid out, with a desk and chair behind the bed, and the back wall was a very large mural TV at the front.
That is probably the best location you can find in Jardins right at the heart of Oscar Freiere . The other option is a snooty hotel almost cross the road at four to five times the price . I have not seen or tried the facilities at the hotel and thus I cannot comment on that . However , the breakfast was adequate for a hotel of that nature with plenty of choice . The hotel is clearly dated but not obsolete and that is clearly reflected in the price you pay . Should they renovate or upgrade the hotel which they may do the price will not be anywhere near what it is now . So if you tight as well as picky i suggest you go elsewhere as you cannot have it both ways . Should i go to Sao Paulo again i will certainly put it on the top of the list for location and safety .
I visited Sao Paulo in September 2019 with friends, and we each booked rooms at this hotel because of its proximity to transit, restaurants and attractions. The rooms are awesome, good wifi, comfortable beds, clean, and there's a great breakfast buffet each morning, too. Gym facilities for the health conscious. Close to the Paraiso and Brigadeiro Metro subway stations. Our rooms each had in suite laundry machines, too! A good deal: reasonably priced comfort and great service
I stayed in this hotel clearly while it was still brand new. The taxis and Uber drivers even had trouble finding it. It took over 30 minutes for me to checkin, while the clerk stumbled around the computer system. No managers were around to assist. Once I finally got my room key, I discovered that it didn't work and had to go back down and have it re-done. Then, I tried the restaurant which took almost an hour to bring me a club sandwich and a beer. There were only four other tables with people and so they had no excuse for such painfully slow service. The next morning, the breakfast buffet also had trouble bringing food out in a timely manner; plus I had to ask for my omelet four times. The rooms and facilities are very nice here. But the owners should go through, fire all of the managers, and rework everybody's training.
A budget hotel with McDonald’s attached. Even if you don’t understand Portuguese, you can order food at the self-service machine. The self-service machine has English display. There are quite a lot of hotel rooms, which is a little scale. The waiters are very enthusiastic and greet each other. You need to swipe your card in the room upstairs, and security is still okay. There are not many varieties of breakfast, except for bread or bread ٩😩ི۶, of course there are fruits. Anyway, there are not so many choices.
The location of this hotel is really convenient. When there is nothing to do on the weekends, I go around. There are many restaurants to choose from. I ate a Japanese restaurant and the dishes are basically localized. The owner created a new drink because it is pink. It’s also rare that the boss tried hard to talk to me in English and recommended it. I tried it and it tasted really good. There is a carrefour about 5 or 600 meters away. I remembered that my local colleagues recommended local milk to me, so I bought some local milk and fruits. It’s very fresh; the hotel’s breakfast menu is a little bit more, but the ingredients are what I value most. In addition, one day I worked overtime and returned late. I was so hungry that I tried this eight-catch fish in the hotel restaurant. I don’t know what to do in the alleys. When I ask questions in the circle of friends, everyone’s brains are open...
The front desk service is professional and the attitude is very good
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