Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... second meeting of the day was with Wagner Amarelo, Operations Manager from Argo IT. Argo IT is one of the leading online booking tools (OBTs). He provided valuable information about the evolution of OBTs over the past fifteen years in Brazil. He had a great presentation about Argo IT, but what was the most informative was the timeline he drew for us which explained all of the changes that occurred and eventually shaped the market into what it is today. I ...
... we caught to Bara Funda - a series of buildings that were a memorial to latin america. Which was basically a dull outside exhibition. Is São Paulo that desperate for tourist attractions that they would make someone come here? (Sorry that was really mean). Not mentioned were were extremely exhausted from so much walking. It was getting dark now and we had one more stop to make. Getting onto the cramped metro now, we made our way to the metro ...
The general theme of Brazil’s problems is a lack of planning and governance. Everywhere you look you see poor land use, city planning, sanitation…infrastructure. I could be wrong but Brazil could be great if they started truly working together to improve policy, planning and eliminated corruption to ensure that federal dollars are spent wisely to meet the current needs of its people while anticipating the future needs of the ...
... but too new to look historical. High rises are everywhere but many buildings are dilapidated. We visit the Pinacoteca museum which has a remarkable collection of Brazilian art and take a stroll through Parque Luz, a lovely little park complete with what must be the world´s coolest outdoor gym and straddling one of the nicer looking buildings in Centro, the newly renovated Luz station.
Next we head to the Mercado Municipal, a humongous food market with everything ...
... next destination, Foz Do Iguassu, so we decided to stay a couple of nights. I had always wanted to go to Sao Paulo mainly just to say I had been there but i was very glad we didn't listen to the critics. 21st Feb - We got up early to catch our 0930 bus (I know to you workers back at home this isn't early but since we are now 'bums' we don't get up early much), in true Brazilian fashion it turned up late and we probably left near 1015. It was a six hour bus to ...