Sao Paulo is an immense, extreme and disparate megalopolis, an urban jungle with a huge number of skyscrapers and constant traffic jams that politicians and businessmen avoid by travelling in helicopters. Seemingly hostile at first glance, Sao Paulo is, in addition to being a must stopover for businessmen, a city of art and culture.
Founded by Jesuits in 1554, it has become the fourth largest metropolis in the world and the economic pulse of Brazil and Latin America. This fascinating and gigantic city is home to the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, about three million people of Italian descent and important Jewish Syrian and Lebanese communities. This immigration has enriched the city’s culture and its gastronomy. Pasta, sushi and Lebanese « mezzes » can be enjoyed at any time of day or night.
This heterogeneous city with unbridled urbanism possesses neighborhoods totally different from one another like the old city center with architecture resembling that of Buenos Aires, industrial quarters with 2,578 skyscrapers, the Paraisopolis favela and trendy residential areas in the west with parks containing the works of Oscar Niemeyer.
The Hotel Fasano is a discreet palace located in the very chic “Gardens” quarter just a few steps from the Cartier, Dior, Armani and Louis Vuitton boutiques and the famous Oscar Freire Avenue, the main thoroughfare in Sao Paulo for luxury goods and high fashion. The hotel, created by the renowned Brazilian architects, Marcio Kogan and Isay Weinfeld, is a member of the Fasano group, a family of Italian origin known for its ultra design luxury. Opened in 2003, the Fasano is a blend of modern technologies and a sophisticated, elegant 1930s tropical decor.
The 23 stories hotel has 50 rooms and 10 suites all luxuriously designed with a dominance of leather and wood. The lobby is decorated with panels of rare essences and club chairs making it an ideal spot to relax after a day in the hustle and bustle of the city and before heading for the 22nd to the superbly designed spa for a well deserved massage. The ultimate in luxury however, is the swimming pool and its two bubble pools on the 21st floor, enabling guests to swim above the city. The hotel group’s Italian roots are present in its renowned cuisine which although international includes authentically Italian “pasta al dente” accompanied by French Burgundy or Italian wine. And for moments of relaxation after dinner, a drink at the Bareto Bar, voted the most beautiful bar in the world is in order, with bossa nova or jazz music in the background.
In 2004, a year after it opened, the Fasano was classified as one of the world’s finest hotels by Condé Nast Traveller.
Palace hotel / Fasano Group / Member - The Leading Hotels of the World / « Jardins » quarter / Design / Luxury / Internationally renowned gastronomic restaurant / Bar elected « World’s Most Beautiful Bar » / Swimming pool with 2 bubble pools / Spa: 5 massage rooms / Classified as one of the 50 finest hotels in the world by Condé Nast Traveller.
All year long
50 rooms and 10 suites
Double room from 670 €
Congonhas International Airport (CGH) - (12 km)
Guarulhos Airoport - (28 km)
Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
Rua Vittorio Fasano, 88
São Paulo SP 0141460-20
Approximately 24 hours with 1 stop
Approximately 3 hours
Sub-tropical, humid with monsoon influence
No visa required
Portuguese- official language
Spanish understood everywhere, more than English
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Sao Paulo is Brazil’s economic capital and the leading city for business in Latin America.
A forty minute drive from Sao Paulo takes you to a 2,000 hectare property and an unforgettable holiday
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