Comfort Suites Oscar Freire
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Oscar Freire Sao Paulo
I stayed here for 3 nights after a long haul flight from Europe. Great location, 40 mins by taxi from the international airport & near to subway and walking distance to Ave Paulista boutiques, museum of modern art etc
Junior suite was good size, clean & with modern decor and the restaurant produced a good breakfast. There is also a good size gym and rooftop swimming pool.
recommended for short stay
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