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Hotels in Sao Paulo

It is difficult to comprehend the sheer scale of this mega city, which is one of the most populous on the planet and is dominated by hundreds of towering skyscrapers. Home to approximately 12 million residents, Sao Paulo features an eclectic blend of Neogothic and contemporary landmarks, and was one of the cities chosen to host the FIFA World Cup in 2014.

Although Sao Paulo's size and characteristically urban aesthetics may seem daunting at first, the city boasts an endless number of world-class attractions and an exceptionally diverse restaurant scene.

The Sao Paulo Museum of Art

Founded in 1947, the Sao Paulo Museum of Art is one of the leading art venues of Latin America and showcases thousands of artefacts related to Brazilian, Asian and African art. The museum welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, and is housed in an enormous contemporary landmark designed by the esteemed Italian-Brazilian modernist architect Lino Bo Bardi.

The Paulista Avenue

This historic avenue, which was designed in the late-19th century, is the location of the aforementioned art venue and is surrounded by many of Sao Paulo's most iconic skyscrapers. The avenue holds the world's largest gay pride festival, and contains many prestigious mansions and distinctive Neoclassical landmarks.

The Museum of the Portuguese Language

Opened in 2006, the Museum of the Portuguese Language, as the name would aptly imply, examines the evolution of the Portuguese language over time, and is visited by well over half a million visitors each year. It also explores the history of the Portuguese-speaking population, with interactive exhibits and videos that tell the story of the language.

Ibirapuera Park

Inaugurated in 1954, Ibirapuera Park is Sao Paulo's most beloved open space, and a fantastic oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city. Wander around the beautiful Japanese Pavilion, visit the Biennial Pavilion, and see some of the city's other popular attractions such as the Afro-Brazil Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Accommodation in the city – suggestions

For truly luxurious venues and world-class hospitality, Sao Paulo hotels are without equal. Book a stay at the Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo, the Emiliano Hotel, or George V Casa Branca. If you're after stylish, value-for-money Sao Paulo hotels, you could try the Quality Hotel Jardins, the Hotel Novotel Sao Paulo Jaragua Convention, the Mercure Sau Paulo Jardins Hotel, or Melia Paulista.

Where to eat out – ideas

It is impossible to list all of Sao Paulo's renowned restaurants in this article, but if you're after some delicious Italian dishes, you might want to consider dining at the Villa Roma Pizzaria, the Braz Pizzaria, and the Due Cuochi Cucina, or head to Era Uma Vez Um Chalezinho for more mouthwatering European-inspired food. For some excellent Brazilian cuisine, choose the Figueira Rubaiyat restaurant, enjoy some divine sushi at Temakeria Paulista, or head to Mocoto or Varanda Grill for other tasty Brazilian dishes.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Sao Paulo

What are the best hotels to stay in Sao Paulo?

Novotel Sao Paulo Jaragua Conventions is one of the most popular hotels in Sao Paulo.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Sao Paulo?

The cheapest price for a double room in Sao Paulo is £10, offered by Hotel Anália Franco.

What are the best hotels in Sao Paulo near the center?

The best hotels near the center of Sao Paulo are Hotel Pallion Center, hotel Economico da SE and Central Plaza Flat.

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