Fasano Sao Paulo, Brazil

by admin | 27th August 2010

Fasano best hotel sao paulo brazil

The « best hotels around the world » presents Fasano Sao Paulo. This trendy boutique and designer hotel located between Paulista and Faria Lima avenues, is a tribute to 1930’s architecture whilst adopting modern design. Fasano Sao Paulo blends with its chic neighborhood, with its brickwork façade and very attractive look. But the beauty of it is mostly inside, with elegant and modern design delivering a mixed impression of the 1930s, yet all the details get you through time such as 70s cubic chairs and 90s elegance.

Fasano best hotel sao paulo brazil

Fasano Sao Paulo has 60 rooms and suite. Each benefits from contemporary design and furniture. Philippe Stark, the world famous French designer has worked here to deliver stunning interiors. Each room has a balcony so you can enjoy fantastic views of the city, and especially the Jardins district. And to better enjoy city views, try out the Spa and fitness centre located on the top 3 floors of the Fasano Sao Paulo. Whilst there, enjoy Japanese ofuro baths or massages to relax from your day.

Fasano best hotel sao paulo brazil

And relaxed you should be to fully enjoy the Restaurante Fasano, a targeted restaurant for all Italian food lovers, one of the best in town. The restaurant has a private room for special business or private gatherings, and has stocked wine cellars of South American and European wines. You can also start your after dinner party at Baretto, one of the most intimate Jazz venue located in the hotel. Fasano Sao Paulo is definitely one of the best hotels in South America and in the world. The architecture, design, and service make it a very special place to stay, in the very special city that is Sao Paulo. Fasano has been labeled “Best business hotel of the year 2008” by Fortune Magazine.

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