For your comfort and convenience of your trip, the hotel is located opposite Shopping Morumbi mall, and close to the business centers and offices of the Berrini region. Morumbi concentrates some of the finest neighborhoods in the city of São Paulo, and is a bastion of the São Paulo high society. Within the district is the Bandeirantes Palace, headquarters of the State Government of São Paulo, the luxurious Shopping Cidade mall, the Horse Racecourse of Cidade Jardim, owned by the Jockey Club of São Paulo, and the Octávio Frias de Oliveira Bridge, known as Ponte Estaiada.
"Convenient location to Business park, the rest is just poor value"
I go to this hotel from time to time, just because it is walking distance to our office in SP, and to avoid SP traffic, otherwise I would avoid this hotel. It is a very basic hotel at luxury price sometimes. Everything is just average, nothing bad, but nothing good either, and the price just ridiculous for its standards.
03-05april2017 06-09april2017 First day stay at floor 23, house keeping do not clean the room on 04april. Internet speed, sucks! 06-09april2017, i stayed at 2nd floor, and if i open the window, smell of cooking enter my room, maybe my room window is too close to kitchen smoke exhaust.
"Not that great"
Ample windows offer great natural light, but at night the two small spots on the ceiling are not enough. Nice desk, but no light above it makes it hard to work in the PM. Bathroom is small and there were black stains (looks like mascara) on both towels. Speaking of that, there was just one set of towels in the bathroom. The other set was in the closet, which doesn't make much sense. Good variety of goods for breakfast, but the scrambled eggs were horrible. Room service menu doesn't look that great, and some of the items there make me wonder how much puffing they added to the description of the dishes like "gelato artesanal" and a "7 grain risotto" (there's a cheap 7 grain rice mix you can find in any grocery store here in Brazil), but I'll be honest and say I didn't order anything so it's possible the food was great, and I'll never know what I missed. The rooms are small, but clean.
"Good location, old business hotel with poor breakfast."
I stayed Blue Tree Premium Morumbi during four nights for business trip.(room 2307) So, please consider that my review might be focused on "business trippers". In general, as many of other "Blue Tree Hotels", this hotel is also an old business hotel. The hotel lobby and the reception looks quite new, however the rest of the part of hotel is quite old. (more than 10 years i guess') Thinking about the greatest things of this hotel, first of all, the internet speed is quite good. I didn't have any problem on VPN connection and download some work files. The other thing that I really liked was the location. "Shopping Morumbi" is right across the Street which is very comfortable. However, the breakfast... hotel management team should seriously review the quality of breakfast. no variety, no clean dishes, no space to eat.
"Took me 32 minutes to ckeck out! "
I've travaled all over and it never took me that long to check out of a hotel. The line was huge and there were only 2 people for the check out l. I found it amazing that there were people in line that already had everthing paid for and didn't have a different line for them. It was really annoying. It is a hotel I go to every other week because it is where the company I work for puts me in, and its always the same story. I've never been lucky with the bathrooms either, they always make weird noises sporadicly.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM