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Renaissance São Paulo Hotel  June 11, 2018 – 08:40 pm
5-Star Luxury Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil | Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
Alameda Santos, 2233
São Paulo - SP

The service was amazingly good, great rooms and the lounge was a great deal. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The location is great as well. This will be the hotel I will stay at on my next visit no doubt. I forgot a pair of shoes and housekeeping "did not find them" oh well.

The host and manager were very rude and treated me like I was not a guest at the hotel. Very disappointed with the food and service from this hotel. Will not stay here again for my next Brazil visit.

There are two really great things about this hotel: - Location. It's about a block from Avenida Paulista and the Consolação metro station. It's in Jardins, which is a safe neighborhood with lots of bars and restaurants nearby. The hotel also has several bars, restaurants, and lounges. We got our drinks from the main bar near the lobby and then sat in the quiet lounge to talk. - Club access. Definitely pay for the club access. Breakfast and Happy Hour are both included in the cost. Breakfast was great and had everything from eggs and bacon to fruit and bread. Happy Hour is probably the best though, because they put out small appetizers (including sandwiches) and it gets you free drinks. Yes, free drinks. They include beer, wine, and even a cocktail bar. OK technically it's not free since you're paying for the club access but you don't have to pay anything else. You get the idea. I would give 5 stars, but the A/C didn't work too well when it was hot out and I woke up sweating, and the room had kind of an old feel to it (the giant picture that was supposed to be hanging up was just sitting on the nightstand, like it fell off and they didn't bother hanging it back up). TLDR: Great location, awesome happy hour, lots to do inside the hotel and around, close to the metro, rooms could use a touch-up.

Well decorated and comfortable rooms Club lounge had great views and good food Great timely service from staff Great location in Jardins district

This hotel exceeded expectations at almost every turn. The staff was friendly upbeat and helpful. The beds and rooms were extremely comfortable. The location is prime. The lobby bar was great. The complementary breakfast was key. I would definitely return. Some of the " Navigators, " as the converge staff are better than others but everyone puts in an effort. People definitely try to make sure that you get to your outside destinations safely and I comfort and I felt everywhere we went that we checked out with the hotel first. I had no problem getting a cheeseburger from room service at 4:00am As a Marriott property this place seems to be set up for Americans. Hopefully you will get the chance to have a drink at the bar with the friendly staff including Tracy, the wonderful half French half Brazilian lady who speaks English, French and Portuguese fluently and with a friendly welcoming vibe.

São Paulo is the twelfth largest city in the world. Despite severe traffic congestion and helicopters buzzing the city all day, you can find a little peace and tranquility at The Spa at Renaissance. This is my second time to experience this little slice of heaven. You can relax and recharge both your body, mind, and soul for the entire day. The relaxation area offers a jacuzzi, steam room, and dry sauna. The Spa has ten treatment rooms. They offer a fabulous menu of massages and facials using quality Brazilian products. Many of the products are available for sale in a nice gift shop. The hotel has a lovely pool and a quiet area outside of the relaxation area to catch some rays. The gym, located next to the Spa, is fully-equipped and gorgeous. Bytes Cafe, also located on the SP Floor, offers healthy and delicious fresh Brazilian fruit smoothies and fresh juices, salads, sandwiches, and Illy coffee to restore your energy. The Sushi Bar, located in the lobby, opens at 18:00. Pure zen!! Gorgeous views of São Paulo and there is a nice spread of food on the Club Lounge on the 23rd floor! Watch the security of your bags outside of the hotel.

The Hotel Renaissance gave me the nicest check-in I've had in a while when I turned up at 09:00 on Saturday morning after a long-haul flight from San Francisco. There was no mention of the early hour (nor did they try to charge me for a morning check-in). I was offered coconut water. And though it took awhile, I got a room and the clerk helping me, Julia, couldn't have been any more friendly. She secured me a room on a high floor when I asked for it and even tracked down a place for me to have feijoada. We took a lot of meetings here and were well taken care of by staff of the lobby lounge. If you can get access to the 23rd floor more delights await you in the Club Lounge - views of the city, complimentary breakfast and happy hour (wine, champagne or made to order caipirinhas, anyone?) and conference rooms (one free hour of use per day). If I could, I'd give ten stars to this hotel's laundry service. I severely stained a pair of white jeans and thought for sure they were rendered unwearable. On hope and a prayer I chucked them into a laundry bag and sent them away Tuesday morning and got them back Tuesday night SPOTLESS. I remain beyond grateful about this. The Hotel Renaissance is bigger, fancier and more corporate than most hotels I stay in, and yet, I really enjoyed myself here. The location is great - we walked to nearly all of our meals from here and to the neighborhoods of Jardins, Vila Madalena and Piniherios. Brazil doesn't really have a boutique hotel category. You're either in the Novotel or in an astronomically high priced placed. The Renaissance fits about as close to the middle as I've seen. Staying here could help you fall in love with São Paulo, or at least learn to like it a lot more.

Probably one of the best hotel lobbies in all of Sao Paulo. Very polished, big and open. I enjoy sitting and working from my laptop there and sipping espresso. Lot's of different sections to the lobby for all tastes. It's def. one of my go-to places when staying or just wanting a relaxing few hours in the lounge. The coffee, drinks etc are out of this world expensive, but sometimes you can get good room deals.

I was lucky enough to stay at this hotel at a low season (Christmas week) which meant there were not many executives around, so we ended up paying a very low rate for this 5-star hotel. Service was great both for room service and at the lobby. The rooms were modern and big and the view was great (stayed on floor 16). The location is perfect, with many restaurants within walking distance and one...


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