Novotel São Paulo Jaraguá Conventions

Rua Martins Fontes 71, São Paulo, 01050–000, Brazil

Built in 1951 to be the headquarters of one of the main newspapers in the city, the building that now houses this hotel is a landmark in downtown São Paulo and has hosted Queen Elizabeth II, Fidel Castro, and Errol Flynn. The huge mural created by Emiliano Di Cavalcanti is one of the attractions remaining from the 1950s. All the rooms and suites were renovated in 2012 and 2013; their decor hovers between Scandinavian and airport lounge (albeit a well-maintained airport lounge). The furnishings are all blond wood and brushed steel of an indistinguishable contemporary style.

PROS

  • pleasant rooms at good prices
  • close to many restaurants and sights
  • 10-minute taxi ride to Paulista

CONS

  • no pool
  • weak water pressure
  • area can be spooky at night

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 011-2802–7000

HOTEL DETAILS

415 rooms, 99 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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