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I worked at Girassol Hostel for three weeks. It`s a lovely small backpackers friendly hostel. Be sure to be received here as a friend! Staff and guest mix up well. I met amazing people here (guests and staff) who became close friends. I would definitely...More
Nice and cosy hostel located in Vila Madalena, 10 minutes from the Metro station, in a safe artistic neighborhood of Sao Paulo. The hostel has a familiar atmosphere, it´s easy to meet other people and enjoy a nght out. I really enjoyed my time spent...More
The bathrooms were ALWAYS flooded. There were only two days in the week were someone went to clean the facility. The toilet spent a whole night and morning clogged up.
When I arrived, at 8h of the morning, there was NO ONE of the staff...More
Our stay here was a mix of good and bad. Having arrived in torrential rain in the morning, we were stood around in the communal area for more than an hour before a member of staff appeared!
We weren't on the booking system, despite booking...More
In the sence of the Paulista's Republicas (houses where several people live and share facilities) this hostel appeared in my trip as a huge family house, everyone who checked in was an oportunity to get to know an story and share a meal and if...More
At great location in VILA MADALENA, safety prime area & really clean! Prices included: fresh breakfast, Wi-Fi, towels, lockers, clear & spacious rooms, fresh air, house keeping, book library, outdoor area, terrace & kitchen facilities!
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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighbourhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centres and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.