Close to trendy bars and restaurants in the capital, the Radisson Blu São Paulo Hotel offers an excellent location and exclusive services.  

São Paulo is a city that offers an excellent and wide hotel chain. For this reason, those who travel to the capital of São Paulo, whether for business or pleasure, may be in doubt when it comes to finding the ideal accommodation and enjoying all that the pulsating metropolis has to offer. 

A tip is to prioritize easy access to other regions of the city, as well as tourist attractions and points of interest. In this sense, the Radisson Blu, in the Itaim Bibi neighborhood, is an excellent option. In addition to being located a few meters from Avenida Faria Lima, which is a major commercial and executive hub of the city, it is also a great starting point to explore other amazing places in the city. 

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Radisson Blu: luxury and comfort in one of the best neighborhoods in São Paulo

Radisson Blu

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Located in one of the main financial centers of São Paulo, just 100 meters from Avenida Faria Lima, the Radisson Blu Hotel offers sophistication and refinement to those visiting São Paulo. Modern and contemporary, the hotel has well-decorated, spacious suites equipped with a 50-inch Smart TV with cable channels, air conditioning and a minibar. In addition, it has a private balcony so that guests can relax amid the hustle and bustle of the capital. 

Those looking to add an extra dose of luxury to their experience can stay in one of the Royal Suites, which offer butler service and a spa bath. One of the hotel's highlights, without a doubt, is the spacious leisure area, which is located on its rooftop and offers an incredible panoramic view of the city, with a 17-meter heated pool. In addition, it offers a dry sauna and gym with panoramic views. 

Photo: Publicity / Radisson Blu

When it comes to gastronomy, the hotel follows the same standard of luxury. Sig Gastronomia restaurant offers guests a great complimentary breakfast. For lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves the best of national and international cuisine. To relax, the space also has a happy hour, with drinks and snacks. 

And for those who come to Sao Paulo for business, the hotel offers 4 meeting rooms for corporate events. 

How to get to Radisson Blu

Radisson Blu

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The hotel is very accessible from any region of São Paulo, whether by car, bus or subway. by subway, the Garden City Station it is the closest and is approximately 800 meters away from the hotel. By bus, you can take the 7040-10 on Avenida Cidade Jardim and get off in front of the Radisson. In addition, the hotel is just 15 minutes by car or taxi from Congonhas Airport and 45 minutes by taxi or car from Guarulhos International Airport (GRU). 

Nearby attractions

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THE Radisson Blu, in addition to all the amenities, it is close to Avenida Faria Lima, one of the main financial centers of São Paulo. However, the region has easy access to several points of the capital, such as Parque do Povo, Shopping Iguatemi and Avenida Paulista. But that's not all: check out other attractions near the hotel and schedule tours around the region. 

Ibirapuera's Park

Parque do Ibirapuera is known as the “São Paulo backyard”, as it is the most famous green area in the capital. The park has trails for walking and running. In addition, an extensive grassy area offers the ideal environment for a picnic, pilates or yoga. The park also offers a playground with children's toys, squares and historical monuments, such as the Obelisk and the Monument to the Flags. In addition, within the Ibirapuera Park area there are cultural spaces, such as the Ibirapuera Auditorium, the Museum of Modern Art, the Afro Brasil Museum and the Bienal Foundation.

Shopping Iguatemi

Opened in 1966, the Iguatemi It is the oldest mall in São Paulo. Very traditional and sophisticated, the space brings together more than 300 stores, most of which are dedicated to fashion. Therefore, for those who enjoy shopping in some famous stores, this is the right place. Brands such as Egrey, Diesel, Prada, Rosa Chá, among others, are part of the establishment. 

In addition, the food court is also large and offers good and varied gastronomic options. For those looking for entertainment, the mall offers eight movie theaters, in addition to service stores such as currency exchange, flower shop, laundry, pet shop, among others. 

pine bars

the neighborhood of Pine trees is one of the most traditional in São Paulo. At the same time, it is modern and has become one of the best spots in the city for those who want to enjoy the night. With charming and tree-lined streets, it offers several options for gastronomy and leisure, but the highlight, without a doubt, are its bars. The nightlife in Pinheiros is lively and the bars range from the most traditional to the most modern and alternative. 

The Paramount pub, for example, offers outdoor space and several options for drinks and snacks. The Goose Island Brewhouse has several craft beer labels. Finally, Bar Benê has a rustic look and a very varied menu. 

Batman's Alley

A large open-air art gallery, the Batman's Alley It is an unmissable tour in São Paulo. Located in Vila Madalena, it offers visitors several walls covered with works of art, such as graffiti. The panels are perfect for taking pictures and are constantly being updated. 

As the neighborhood is very charming and full of narrow streets, the ideal is to schedule a walk to admire the graffiti. In addition, Vila Madalena has several bars and restaurants located on the outskirts of Beco do Batman, so it is worth extending the tour and enjoying the hype.

People's Park

THE People's Park It is a space full of green for those who want to relax amidst the buildings of the capital of São Paulo. There are leisure options for all tastes and ages, starting with large areas of lawn, where you can walk, have a picnic or just relax after a busy day. 

Parque do Povo also has courts and gymnastics equipment spread throughout its area. Other highlights include a giant chess board and a sensitive garden, where you can find some vegetables and spices. 

Marília Razuk Gallery

THE Marília Razuk Gallery was opened in 1992 and aims to promote contemporary works by well-known artists and beginners. In addition, it promotes cultural exchange, bringing various exhibitions from abroad to Brazil and vice versa. For those who love art and culture, this is an unmissable place in São Paulo.

Instituto Tomie Ohtake

THE Ohtake Institute already draws attention for its architecture, so take advantage of your arrival to the space to take pictures. The space does not have permanent exhibitions, but it is worth checking out the temporary exhibitions that pass through there, full of contemporary arts that embrace different styles and languages. One advantage is that there is always something new to explore. Another tip is to schedule a coffee or lunch there. 

Paulista Avenue 

Pulsating, intense, vibrant, diverse. There are no adjectives to define the Paulista Avenue, nicknamed the “heart of São Paulo”. It is an unmissable program for anyone who is passing through or visiting São Paulo, as it brings together shopping malls, galleries, cultural spaces, museums, shops, restaurants, among many other options. 

On Sundays, Avenida Paulista is closed to cars, allowing pedestrians to occupy their space and enjoy a good walk – preferably from one end to the other. Be sure to visit MASP, Japan House, Itaú Cultural, Instituto Moreira Sales, Sesc Paulista, Casa das Rosas, Livraria Cultura (inside the Conjunto Nacional) and take some time to discover the famous Rua Augusta. 

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