Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
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Hi Everyone! Well after spending a few weeks back at my home, it's time to hit the road again for work. This time it's off to Brazil, Chile and Argentina. However, at the end of the trip my husband and I will be taking a well deserved vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I should also say that my husband is coming along for a while on this current …
We took a bus from Paraty to Sao Paulo on Friday and made our way to the Renaissance Sao Paulo (Thank you, Marriott points). The Renaissance is a very nice hotel - especially after four nights in hostels on beaches, which certainly have their charms, although heat is not one of them, and it got cold some nights. After that it was nice to curl up in …
Greetings from Istanbul! No, you haven't clicked on the wrong travel blog, I'm just a little behind. Where did we leave off? Ah, yes, the magnificent surprise in Buenos Aires. It came at the Buenos Aires airport, and I'll give you a hint..it's not when my corporate card was declined when I had to pay the exit tax. That was quite a surprise, but it …
Took a short commuter flight to São Paulo. Ninety-minute flight over the massive city.
Sao Paulo is the most ethnically diverse city of Brazil. 6 million Italians in Sao Paulo...more people of Italian origin than any other city in the world, outnumbering even Milan and Rome! Portuguese, Germans, Arabs, Japanese, and Chinese are predominant as well. Think of Sao Paulo like New York City with all of the culture, activities, smog, …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Business Services
Check in was very swift. They had my room ready, even though I had arrived at 9am. Very courteous staff. They always make your feel welcome.
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