Hilton Morumbi Sao Paulo
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Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
Today was our transit day from Rio to Sao Paulo, we got up early, cleaned up everything and got on a long bus ride. The 6 hour trip was actually quite comfortable and we found the bus system to be very efficient and well organized.
Here are simply a few pictures from the road.
... can't be fulfilled pretty easily. Natura is currently also in the process of building a new plant to expand their operations, and the new plant would be three times the size of the existing plant. They do not have any plans to close the current plant, as the new plant would purely be for added capacity.
The next stop was at the Natura employee center. Natura is definitely a company that takes care of their staff, as their employee center consisted of day care ...
... a metro to our hostel. I think the metro is the largest in the world and it is also extremely clean, modern and efficient and many subway stations look like air-port terminals, including the travelators (flat escalators) between connecting lines.
We got a little bit lost on the way to the hostel and needed to pull out the map twice. Within a couple of seconds each time, someone had stopped to help us. I Googled some information on Sao Paulo and apparently it was voted the ...
... of a Chinatown, Liberdade was supposed to be filled with restaurants, markets, little boutique shops and we were looking forward to downing some udon soup to warm us up as it was 12C and raining. But yet again, another disappointment. The area was one street long, restaurants were shut and there really wasn't much to occupy our time - Tokyo it was not. But after finding a a small restaurant in the wall to order some udon, and paying twice as much as we would for it at ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Morumbi Sao Paulo
This is my usual hotel in Sao Paulo, and compared with the business hotels I stay in around the rest of the world this hotel is one of the very best.
Being my first trip to Brazil, I decided to play it safe and stay at the Hilton in Sao Paulo.
Stayed here last September. My room had the most beautiful view of the city. For me it was breathtaking, being accustomed to ocean views back home. I sat and watched til the sun hid itself. It was remarkable.
First of all, please be aware that the name of this hotel is a bit of a misnomer. We were told that the location is actually in the "Brooklin" part of town, across the river from "Morumbi". Apparently, Morumbi is a more desirable neighborhood so Hilton decided to associate with it instead.
Beatifull hotel, great gym, good food. I'm a Hilton Honors Platinum member and I always try to stay on Hiltons when traveling overseas. But this one is a Hilton with a twist! After checking in I requested a room that didn't have a glass window between the bathroom and the room (yes, that's right - no privacy, the bathroom is like a fish-bowl) and since I was staying with my teenager daughters I didn't think that would work... Anyway, took me a whole day, ten phone calls and a lot of pressure to finally get a room with privacy. The staff wasn't helpful at all and sometimes even nasty.
This is one of the best business hotels anywhere! Obviously this doesn't include boutique or extreme luxury hotels, but for the large chains this hotel is awesome. I've stayed here 4-5 times over the past year and hate having to stay elsewhere in the city because I feel like I am treated like a king here.
As far as hotel facilities alone go, this ranks up there as one of my favorite Hiltons in the world. It is big and open and looks luxurious. As a diamond hhonors member, I received an upgraded room with a view over the city, a complimentary box of chocolates and wine, and access to the lounge. The room and bathroom were very modern. There was a nice large working desk that can see the TV, and high-speed Internet was available for a fee. The bar was always full of people, the staff spoke good English, and with the US exchange rate, almost everything is atleast moderately affordable.
Great clean rooms. Good service. Great restaurants (try the asparagus soup and the curry squid risotto). Can't fault it. Executive lounge is well serviced too. Go stay there!
Fantastic hotel. Very efficient and friendly staff, great location for shopping (free shuttle to a major mall) or right underneath the hotel. The buffet is great with a lot of choice, including sushi at lunchtime. Room was very spacious with a separate work area, bathroom with both bath and shower.
I booked through expedia, you can't beat this hotel for value for money.
The Hilton Morubmi is perhaps the nicest hotel I have ever stayed at, having stayed at Four Seasons in many cities - I would say that this far exceeds even the quality of that chain.
The hotel is beautiful - very modern. The lobby is breathtaking, and the rooms are chic and comfortable.
Above all else, the hotel staff was incredibly helpful. The conceirege desk was full of good recommendations, and did just about everything to please us.
Check into the executive level - for an extra 35 per night, you get free breakfast, and free unlimited happy hour (drinks and appetizers). Make sure to order a caipirnha - Brazil's speciality drink.
I recommend this without hesitation. It's a great value, for a first class hotel.