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Wired internet is available in public areas and costs BRL 4 per hour.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs BRL 16 per day.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Business Center
From 1:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In the heart of São Paulo and few steps from the Copan building, Terraco Italia Restaurant and Augusta Street, Hotel Calstar features newly renovated rooms.
Score from 2452 reviews Very good
Sitting in the heart of São Paulo historical centre, Artemis is just 300 metres from República subway station. It offers a 24-hour reception, buffet breakfast and free internet access in the lobby.
Score from 474 reviews Review score
Just 2 blocks from República Subway Station, in downtown São Paulo, Uniclass features practical accommodation with Wi-Fi and buffet breakfast. It also provides a 24-hour front desk.
Score from 124 reviews Good
This traditional hotel features spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi in downtown São Paulo. It is 300 metres from Santa Cecília Subway Station, offering a coffee shop and a 24-hour reception.
Score from 298 reviews Good
Very friendly staff, excelent breakfast. Comfortable rooms, very clean,
Not safe at night
Location but only in terms of closeness to attractions!!!!
The neighborbood is dodgy and it seems a little dangerous!
Decent location, nice hotel. Breakfast is so so, but you get lots of coffee
The room was confortable, very clean, there are a tv, radio and fridge. Shower is OK. The wifi is ok. Natal hotel is near to metro station Republica.
Our room was on the street so there was some noise. The street is not safe at night. You don't have choice for breakfast. The wifi didn't work in our room (but ok everywhere else)
location is great and good value of money
staff don't speak english no enough covers on the bed and only 1 pillow. breakfast is not open buffet (set plate) the window looks at other rooms
Basic hotel in city centre- reflects price.
You get what you pay for, my only gripe was the reception did not speak English
Location is in a dangerous area/street but is in a handy location to Metro Ceiling had black mildew over it close to windows & over shower Loud street
Staff was nice, tried communicating even with language barrier.
It was extremely expensive for what it was. I booked for about $900 reals but if you walked in my whole stay would've been half of that! Supposedly there was a fee for booking online. Not sure if it was this site or who's policy but never again will I book internationally through booking.com.
Location was central close to Metro
The street the hotel on is not nice.
I liked that my room was on the first floor
Staff took a while to figure out I had prepaid my room in full. Did not provide hair conditioner
Good location, very close to the metro station.
The internet signal was a bit weak, despite there being quite a few wireless boxes.
price and location were great. friendly staff and fast free wifi
the room smelt like smoke even though i booked a non smoking room
Dodgy street with lots of bedraggled drunks, very noisy, poor breakfast, 'wet room' bathroom - toilet and sink area got very wet from shower.
Good value for money, no frills.
The area is and the street in particular, although ok during the day, feels very ghetto at nights, the crowd that gathers in the bars on the street looks threatening. Most of them were drunk and possibly high. I didnt have any problems personally but you have the feeling if you were to hang out for long enough looking too touristy, something might go down.
Everyone on the staff did work hard to be helpful: the desk people, maids, everyone. They even helped me get cabs to keep me off of the street, and were very understanding when I bailed out after 3 of the 8 days I was scheduled to stay. They did understand and worked to help me maintain a low profile, for which I am quite appreciative.
To be honest, no one from the USA should stay in this hotel nor any other in the El Centro district of Sao Paulo without a solid backup. I am quite athletic and male, but did not understand the serious danger I put myself in. At 5'8" tall and 160 lbs, I was chased down the street two blocks from the hotel the night before I checked out by a would be thief who was easily 6'3 and 230 lbs. Though I was out-running him, 5 guards in a store I dashed into may have saved my life from the assailant's accomplice. The street parties going on outside the hotel on the weekend attract a rough crowd who threatened me as I dashed between a cab and the hotel on three occasions. The ceilings in the bathroom are rotting with mold, and I killed a roach in the room. The furniture is quite worn but serviceable. My Vivo and T-Mobile cell phones would not work while in the hotel: I could get signal by leaning out the 2nd floor hallway window... Naturally that attracted unwanted attention, too. It simply isn't safe for a lone Yankee to be there. Obviously, I need to be smarter next time. In all fairness, this is not a 3-star hotel, nor even close.
The breakfast is good. Close to a Metro Station (Republica). Clean and cheap.
No wifi!!!!! No shampoos. Bad breakfast.
stuffs were kind. very good price.
no english. wi-fi was unstable. i felt danger around this hotel at night.
helpful stuff, good rate, wi-fi
no a/c, small room
Hotel staff lacks knowledhe of English
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