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Grand Hotel Ca 'd' Oro ★★★★★
El Ca’d’Oro ofrece a sus huéspedes 150 habitaciones y suites confortables, además del renombrado Restaurante Ca’d’Oro.Para sus negocios el hotel díspone de 18 salas de convenciones, mas un teatro con capacidad para 300 personas, además de toda infra-estructura necesária para cualquier tipo de eventos. Instalaciones sofisticadas sociales y lazer completan el ambiente, aliado a la clase y estilo comparable a los mejores hoteles europeos.Sin duda, hospedarse en el Ca’ d’ Oro es una excelente opción.
Servicios del Grand Hotel Ca 'd' Oro
Servicios del HotelRestaurante, Servicio Maletero, Ascensor, Business Center, Aire Acondicionado, Calefacción, Room Service, Sala de Reuniones, Estacionamiento, Bar
Recreación y esparcimientoPiscina Infantil, Gimnasio, Sauna, Piscina Cubierta, Piscina Descubierta
AdicionalesDesayuno, Servicio de Lavandería, Guardería Infantil, Rent a Car
Condiciones de Compra del Grand Hotel Ca 'd' Oro
Horario de entrada14:00 hs
Horario de salida12:00 hs
CondicionesAlgunas restricciones aplican, ver detalle en la página de pago.
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Avoid this dirty and about to be demolished hotel. I live in São Paulo and stayed in Cadoro a couple of nights, just for fun. It's neighborhood, take my word for it, is a drug scorin' , "ladys" hustlin' kinda place you don't wanna spend your business days or take someone you care about. There's a bullet with your name downtown Rua Agusta.
As a seasoned business traveller, I've stayed in a lot of hotels, but this has gotta be the absolute worst. I stayed there because the location was central & I remembered staying on the Rua Augusta like 10 years ago (but it was at the Caesar Park that has since moved.) My usual haunts in SP - the Renaissance & the Intercontinental - were both full, so I found this place on the corporate travel site and then read the positive reviews below. First of all the location, although central, is very bad - it's surrounded by loud discos frequented by prostitutes and other sundry low life. I walk around a lot in Sao Paulo, but you gotta be crazy to walk around this neighborhood at night. The rooms haven't been upgraded since the 1970's which could mean a certain kind of charm - except for the fact that the furniture was stained, the wallpaper was peeling off the walls and the whole place was iluminated by cheap yellow lights. A/C was a very loud window unit that was also from the 7
The hotel's staff is passionate about customized service. I've stayed in several other Sao Paulo hotels and this one surprised me with a whole new level of polite. Some of their art pieces are of alarming value. All through my stay I saw guests taking pics and gazing at details. There's no Pay-per-view TV service but they have free wireless internet. Good cable with foxnews, cnn, bbc, bloomberg and around 30 other channels in many languages, maybe about 15-20 in english.
I've never seen a such genuine class, unpretentious taste, along such friendly staff. It is far from that neo-modern hip trash, as it focuses on hospitality, and an astounding art-collection. Perfect for culture-hungry, intellectual travellers, and people who look for a valuable experience already in the hotel and not out its doors. The food is expensive, but it represents gourmet leadership in Brazil.
This hotel must have been grand in its heyday. Now it still has a certain charm. I stay here because the convention I attend is held here and thus convenient. The price is also decent and good value for your money in this city. The rooms resemble American motel rooms in decor. The breakfast buffet is quite good. When I lost the key to the safety deposit box, they had to destroy the key and charged my rather little but really they should offer an electronic number combination safebox. There is a computer in the lobby for free internet. The restaurant is quite overpriced.
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