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Rodovia Helio Smidt, s/n , Guarulhos, CEP 07792-970, Brazil – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 534 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Slaviero Fast Sleep Repouso e Banho Guarulhos.
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Slaviero Fast Sleep Repouso e Banho Guarulhos's staff speaks: Portuguese, English
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24-Hour Front Desk, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Non-smoking Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 12:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 4 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Slaviero Executive offers elegant apartments, only 5 miles from Guarulhos International Airport. Guests can enjoy free airport shuttle subject to availability, an indoor pool and fitness center.
Score from 1749 reviews Good
Hotel Matiz is conveniently located 4.5 miles from Guarulhos International Airport and 10.5 miles from São Paulo. It has modern rooms, a restaurant and gym, plus parking and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 894 reviews Good
In the heart of Guarulhos, Monreale Hotels Guarulhos provides rooms with cable TV. Facilities include a gym, a dry sauna and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 2662 reviews Very good
Located in central Guarulhos, the Bristol Dobly International Hotel offers easy access to the Presidente Dutra Highway and a free shuttle to the international airport 24 hours a day.
Score from 469 reviews Good
Good choice if you take an early flight. Good staff.
Too expensive. Little space to put luggage.
Really easy to find and check-in was simple
Had a room in the center hallway which everyone has to go through to get to anywhere else so there was noise all night long. Possibly one of the other hallways might have been better.
Best option to wait fue tour next flight and get some reparing sleep
At 2 am i have to change room 3 times beca use TV sets were broken and still in the room. Bath room full of hair in the floor.
Very good location
Shower wasn't clean enough compare to the price. It was too much noise during the night that I couldn't sleep
Rooms are extremely noisy. And because this is an airport-terminal-hotel people walk around from 4am till 2am! Impossible to sleep unless you use earplugs or sleeping pills. Never again!
Location within the airport although not signposted at all; the only way to find it is to ask at the information desks.
Far too noisy (mostly other guests); you might as well pay a little more for a real room elsewhere.
It is in airport!
No bathroom, no shower, very small rooms even we can' t move 2 people inside. Just as the name fast sleep and go!
Only location of the hotel and wi-fi
Very small room No private bathroom Expensive when you consider that you pay around 100 Dollars per night for a room which just can contain your bed and luggage Staff was very poor in English (this is a general problem in Brasil though)
Nice staff Good option if you are to stay at the airport
Price Beds are a bit short
Quietness and cleanliness
No wi-fi hindering communication.
There are two outlets for charging electronics and a shop just outside that sells convertors if you don't have one.
We had an 11-hour layover, so booked our stay for one day and noted on the drop-down menu during booking that we'd arrive between 8 and 9am. The hotel is advertised as a short-stay hotel and is literally inside the airport, so all this seemed normal. When we got there, we were told that our room wouldn't be available until noon. We sat in the concourse eating area, totally exhausted, and my husband had his laptop bag stolen. We returned at noon, to be told that our room wouldn't be ready until 12:30. We waited until 12:30, then they began a long check-in process at that point. We didn't get in to our room until 5 hours after we booked it. If you need to stay between noon one day and noon the next day, this is a good deal. If your stay spans a noon, skip the hassle.
Super convenient for a quick overnight, wonderful, quiet cubicle for a little rest away from from the madness of the airport crowd.
A little on the expensive side for what you got (a cubicle with shared bathroom facilities) however, when you are exhausted from your flight and need some rest, this place cannot be beat in terms of convenience and ease.
I liked the cleanliness and efficiency of the staff at the hotel
The limited space in the room. The room was rather small and made movement challenging. Luckily I was traveling on my own. It is also way over priced!
Slaviero is located actually inside Terminal 2 (which should go on the promo) so that by overnighting you avoid facing S Paulo traffic, road repairs and poor signage to get there on time for a morning flight.Makes for an anxiety free sleep with only a 10 min walk to the airline check in.Otherwise it could take anything from 1-3 hrs to get to the airport by personal car. Shared toilet/showers are cleaned and restored with towels and soap after every use.
Overpriced in common with most Brazilian hotels.Have used similar type of hotel in Paris and they are half the price. Pretty noisy hearing fellow overnighters chattering away and the air exchange fan. Pretty cramped
Great option if you have an overnight transit in Sao Paolo. Can't beat the location.
Sign posting within the airport terminals to the hotel was poor. I had ask directions at two Information desks.
Location is good; inside the airport.
- Poor value for money. - Common bathroom and toilet. - TV reception is not good, image not clear. - I was woken up twice in the middle of night; once by the people talking so loud in the corridor, and once by alarm clock going off in another room.
excelent localization for who is in conection.
Room and bed are too small and wi-fi is extremly slow. Tv didn't work.
Ok if all you need is a bed to sleep!
Rooms are tiny with bunk beds.
In the Airport.
Dark room so perfect for few hours sleep. Shower facilities ideal
Paper thin walls so very noisy when other guests in and about rooms
someone was jack-hammering all morning starting at 2:30 AM
Having travelling in 90+ countries, I can state that our Slaviero experience is the worst lodging experience we have ever had. They would not let us in without 'proof' that our children were our children - passports were not enough, they required birth certificates. They helpfully suggested that it should be easy to phone someone in Australia (at 5am there) to get them to go to our house, find the Certificates, scan them and email them to the Hotel: "no problem; 5 minutes". We explained this wasn't feasible, and they agreed, but after some time of their protesting that they were only following orders, and calls to their 'boss', we gave up. We quickly found a more comfortable and cheaper hotel close to the airport - there are many to choose from, and unless you are only in transit for a few hours, we would recommend you stay at one. There is a Brazilian law that makes it illegal for children to stay in a hotel with adults who are not their parents (without consent). However, it does not require Birth Certificates to be produced. Since Slaviero, we have stayed in 4 other hotels in Brazil, all of whom have been happy to accept passports as ID, and none of whom have required Birth Certificates. We can only presume that there have been unsavoury incidents at Slaviero that have led to them implementing their extreme ID policy. Because we would not be staying with them, they assured us several times that there would be no charge by them. However, we had used a card to secure the booking originally, and the next day we found that they had charged the card for the full room rate, presumably as we had been recorded as no-shows. They have since refused to reverse the charge, arguing that the booking terms on booking.com imply that we should have been travelling with children's Birth Certificates.
Very convenient. Seems expensive at first but I saved a lot of money and time by not going into the city for my overnight layover.
Location only. We had a 6am flight so it was this or sleep on the floor.
Absolutely disgusted to have to queue over an hour to check in, at 11pm. Despite it being the day before the World Cup started and obviously going to be busier than normal, there was only one girl on reception, and she clearly couldn't give a stuff; she only processed 2 people in the space of 45 minutes despite a queue of 20 people waiting for rooms!! Eventually 2 more staff showed up and actually did some work and we were able to get into our tiny bunk room before midnight but seeing as we had to check at 4.30, the delay meant it wasn't really worth the money. Also had to wait for a bathroom to be cleaned as there was not enough staff to keep up with the turn over.
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