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.
of TripAdvisor Travelers recommend this hotel
"Perfectly Fine at the Price"
The Blue Tree Premium hotel in the Southwest of Sao Paolo, about 7 miles from downtown. It's a pretty good choice if you're in town on business and need somewhere to rest your head. Rooms are clean, reasonably equipped and practical. Wifi works, 110v power with European and Brazilian sockets. The restaurant is OK, Room Service is decent and actually a pretty fair deal. There's also an excellent shopping mall across the road with many good options. I understand that the hotel also has a fitness center, but I didn't have a chance to use it. The only obvious gaps in facilities are the lack of iron and ironing board in the room, and lack of somewhere to do flight check in. It would be unfair to complain too much, as the hotel is not too expensive. (I paid about $125/night).
"Room Service food awful"
Hotel is tired but ok, bathrooms pretty old but functional. Shower head spurts water - not so enjoyable. The room service food is inedible - I ordered twice and left it uneaten. 2 shopping malls over the road have food but if you've had a long day and want to recover in your room with room service - I recommend avoiding this hotel.
"Great location "
Location is really good because you are a 2min walk away from the mall across the road. This means a huge variety of places to eat or shop if required. The room was very spacious and neat. The rooms at the rear of the hotel are less exposed to noise but don't have a great view. I would recommend those. There is a decent gym and swimming pool at the top floor. Swimming pool is partly inside and outside with amazing views of the city. Breakfast was good however some more choice would be good. Where are the fried eggs, bacon and sauces' Otherwise, great place to stay, comfortable room, helpful staff. I can definitely recommend.
The lobby, room and breakfast are fine- like all the average hotels. The worst was a happenning during the night. Around midnight, I was sleeping when a man entered in my room, saying "governança" (something like "housekeeping"). I woke up very scared, shouted :"whats that'" and called the reception looking for some explanation. I was told: "we will check whats going on". Later I called again: "maybe the servant intended to take something to another room and entered your room by mistake...". After that I tried to lock my door- but there is no security lock in the room door! Next morning when I left the hotel, in the check out I asked again: "did you discovered whats has happen last night"' The reception employee said: " our manager will call you". It was more than 36 hours ago- nobody called me. I'm looking forward to!
"Disappointing vs photos/marketing"
The broken 'world clocks' at reception are but a taster of the sub-par amenities at this scruffy hotel. Don't even get me started on the run-down gym. Or the annoyingly erratic lifts. The photo of the pool is the absolute ultimate in cynical estate agency photography. In a safe area with some great restaurants nearby, but well overpriced.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM