Stay near top São Paulo attractions like Parque Ibirapuera

Ideally situated for both business and leisure travel, our location in the heart of busy Vila Olímpia makes it easy to reach a variety of São Paulo attractions. Spend time outside at the beautiful Parque Ibirapuera, located less than three kilometers away, or cool off indoors at Iguatemi, Brazil's oldest shopping mall and home to brands like Louis Vuitton. The renowned Instituto Tomie Ohtake celebrates the works of Tomie Ohtake and other trailblazing Brazilian and international artists. When you have to leave, the Radisson is just 20 minutes north of São Paulo-Congonhas Airport (CGH) and 45 minutes from São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport (GRU).

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Instituto Butantan

2.78 mi / 4.47 km from the hotel
A biomedical research center, Instituto Butantan encourages learning through its three interactive museums. Be sure to see the Biology Museum, featuring 54,000 live reptiles, amphibians, and insects.

São Paulo Zoo

5.76 mi / 9.27 km from the hotel
As Brazil's largest zoo, this urban oasis is the best place in the country to spot indigenous species and animals from all over the world. The park is home to more than 3,200 animals.

Eataly

0.36 mi / 0.58 km from the hotel
Indulge in shopping and dining at this three-story marketplace featuring seven restaurants, two cafes, various dining counters, a cooking school, and a market with both local and Italian goods.

Shopping Vila Olímpia

0.08 mi / 0.13 km from the hotel
After browsing the 191 stores, treat yourself to a round of bowling at the 12-lane bowling alley, a movie at the theater, or dinner at one of the many restaurants. 

Povo Park

0.48 mi / 0.77 km from the hotel
Also known as People's Park, this green space in the city sees more than one million visitors every year and hosts the Saint John’s Festival of Campina Grande.

Instituto Tomie Ohtake

2.4 mi / 3.86 km from the hotel
Visit this visually stimulating red, blue, and purple building that was built to showcase the works of Tomie Ohtake, as well as other fascinating artists.