Boutique Hotels in São Paulo, Brazil

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  • Qoya Hotel Sao Paulo, Curio Collection by Hilton

    1.66 miles
  • Canopy by Hilton Sao Paulo Jardins

    1.86 miles
  • Almenat Embu das Artes, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

    16.81 miles
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Discover South America from the Best Boutique Hotels in Sāo Paulo

A city rich with cultural heritage, São Paulo is South America’s largest city, encompassing a population of over 12 million, making New York City look miniscule. If you find yourself in this gem of a city, be sure to check out these points of interest.

Avenida Paulista, which is considered one of the world's most beautiful avenues. It features many buildings with neoclassical architecture and has many companies headquartered there as well. Also worth a stop is the famed Batman Alley. A collection of urban art that took place from 1999 to 2001, this alley spotlights graffiti and murals by area street artists.

Just a short drive from boutique hotels in Sao Paulo, the beaches on the outskirts are a must see. The beaches of Santos are a 90-minute drive from São Paulo. Praia Grande and Itanhaém are the closest beaches to the city, but there is a long stretch of coastline just outside Santos that offers great surfing and beautiful sunsets. And if you’re up for a day trip, just two hours outside São Paulo is Juquehy, one of the most beautiful beaches in the region.

Get a taste of Portuguese cuisine from the Top Boutique Hotels in Sao Paulo

With Sao Paulo hosting the largest population of Japanese immigrants, there’s a wealth of exceptional Asian fare to be found here. Head over to Liberdade, a district known as Japan outside of Japan. This stretch has the largest collection of Asian food in São Paulo, from ramen, sushi and some classic Sake.

But this is São Paulo, and if what you’re craving is purely Portuguese, make sure to order a feijoada - a traditional dish made up mainly of beans and meat (usually pork or beef). The dish can be served with rice or cassava flour bread as well as orange slices and black olives on top. Yum! Also be sure to stop at the Mercado Municipal de São Paulo, where thousands of items are housed in a farmer’s market.

When it comes to sports, Brazilians are passionate about their futebol. The Museu do Futebol is located in the heart of São Paulo's museum district and is just a short walk from the top boutique hotels. The museum houses more than 300,000 artifacts, including original jerseys and equipment worn by some of Brazil's most famous players since 1894. Visitors can also watch videos and listen to interviews with legendary players such as Pelé and Zico. This is a must-see for anyone interested in Brazilian soccer history, and if you’re traveling with kids, it’s a real treat.

In a city of over 12 million, traffic will undoubtedly be an issue. Luckily São Paulo has plenty of green space that invites you to escape the rush hour. Easily accessible from boutique hotels in São Paulo is Ibirapuera Park. A massive green oasis right in the heart of the city, it’s visited by over 6 million people every year and it's easy to see why. Ibirapuera offers eleven swimming pools, dozens of sports fields, miles of walking paths, an open-air theater that seats over 1,300 people, two museums and even a six-hole golf course.

Don't forget to check out our hotels Curitiba, Embu das Artes, and Pinhais

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