Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Grand Hotel Ca' d'Oro - the first five stars hotel of Sao Paulo

The Ca'd'Oro was the first five-star hotel in Sao Paulo, starting its activities in 1953 as a restaurant. Owned and operated by the family Guzzoni who used to work in the European tradition high-class hotels since the beginning of last century. This factor is evident in the style and decoration of the apartments, in its magnificent collection of works of art, their suites and the high level of services. This tradition passed from father to son for almost a hundred years is diligently defended by a team of high profile that gives the Ca'd'Oro the title of a true "GRAND HOTEL".

Since its foundation until today, the hotel received the most important figures who visited Sao Paulo. All this tradition and its style did not prevent the hotel to modernize technologically, having all the modern equipment and facilities (wi-fi in the all building) and with its excellent restaurant, is able to serve a customer that seeks something different from the standard global and impersonal hotel. It's important to remind that even the name has an historical origin since Ca'd'Oro is the name given to a fifteenth century palace located in the Grand Canal in Venice, now a museum, used in the past to receive distinguished guests (DOGI). In Venetian dialect means House of Gold. 

The services they offer are not those of a normal hotel, in fact it is possible to organize wedding, to have conferences, and great dinners since the restaurant offers traditional Italian home made food.


Rua Augusta 129— Consolação — São Paulo

(11) 3236-4300  
How much: from R$ 265 per room.

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