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Transamerica Executive Paulista
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Reviewed 29 November 2010

This was really a pleasant surprise. Have been staying in this neighborhood for many years, at more costly/expensive properties. This hotel is a find. Nice rooms, friendly staff, good amenities, and a great location. What's not to like. If you want fine dining ... walk out the door ... Paulista Avenue is a block away.

  • Stayed: November 2010, travelled on business
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Reviewed 1 July 2010

You might be lucky and find yourself a room of adequate comfort. Then again, you might not. It's "hit or miss" with this hotel. One thing remains constant regardless of the room --the mist-hole water spritzer they call a shower. Pressure is so gentle from this tickler you'd think Sao Paulo had a water crisis, or a kink in the hotel's water main. Internet: The "free-internet" they provide you with is a joke. It's like sharing 1 internet connection with the entire hotel. Card mania: In this hotel, you need an access card for just about everything --from the front door, to the lights, to the elevator, and probably soon for the fire escape, the toilet seat, and your fly zipper. Breakfast: The food is edible but make sure you get there before the flies do. And DON'T drink the juice; it's concentrated and diluted with tap water. In other words, YOU WILL GET SICK. BYOS: Bring your own shampoo. Unless Brazilian bulk-quality hydrogenated post-restaurant-waste grade palm oil sounds good in your hair. Pool: The hotel advertises an outdoor pool. In actuality, it could be called a large jacuzzi.
Assuming you can find a room without any faults (and they do exist), you will have a relatively good sleep. Furthermore, the rooms are quite clean and a mini-bar fridge is provided. Overall, I would recommend this hotel for it's central location but don't fall for the hype. There are better hotels around.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled on business
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4  Thank TraveLitee
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Reviewed 20 April 2010

We stayed there for 4 days. The rooms are comfortable, the staff, specially Vanessa, is very helpfull. The TV is mainly in porttuguese (not a problem for me). There is a continental breakfast included as well as a travel insurance.
There is a restaurant in the premisses. The decor is OLD, but we found the specials (for 2) very nice. My wife had one meal alone but did not like it.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dado_de_Castro
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Reviewed 25 June 2007

We stayed there a 8 nights in June 2007.
Upon check out day we noticed things were missing from the room (small presents boxes which we bought for family members). It was sunday and we had to take a flight within some hours. The helpful guy at the reception called management who was not at the lcation on a sunday. The feedback given was that we should file a complaint and they would call us back on Monday. We are still waiting for the call back. We had of course the option to go tro the local police sattion and file a report 2-3 hours before our departure flight.
So, all in all, unacceptable having things stolen from the room
by the personnel and the level of customer service from management was just pathetic. Better to avoid this hotel.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled on business
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2  Thank antheon
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Stayed: May 2018, travelled with family
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