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Rua Rio Grande, 167, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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72 Total Reviews
  • 90%Value For Money
  • 91%Security
  • 88%Location
  • 93%Staff
  • 78%Atmosphere
  • 95%Cleanliness
  • 90%Facilities

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This place was very clean and comfortable, though it felt more like a hotel than a hostel. I stayed for a few nights and there didn't seem to be any young backpackers there, just some families, couples and older people who seem to be there on business. If you're a traveller who's wanting to stay somewhere social, I really wouldn't recommend this place. The staff were quite helpful though and breakfast is nice.


Cleanliness and hot showers were good. Place was a little hard to find.


Very nice place. Excellent service.


Love that they had an outlet and a small shelf next to the beds. Perfect for charging your phone safely at night. Could hear the front door open and close though, since we got the room closest to the reseption and the fridge for the guests was a bit too full.


One of the best places I've stayed in! Extremely helpful staff, perfct ambience, amazing breakfast, facilities as good as a hotel. Everything about this place is perfect. Located in a safe yet happening neighbourhood with the metro station at a walking distance, there are numerous restaurants close by. Highly recommended!

  • 1st Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • India
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Cool common area. Nice neighbourhood (could be closer to the subway but still very nice). It's hard not to be awaken when people enter/leave room. I was there for only a few hours and can't say anything about the shower or breakfast but I did enjoy the cable TV in the common area. It's a business city and the guests sure feel like they're staying there for some work related thing but you should find someone to join you for a night out.


Very good hostel, probably one of the best I staid in the world. But I didn't feel I was in a hostel. There weren't any young people there, just families with children and old people (more than 50 years old). Also it is a quiet far from the subway station, but you can find nice bars and restaurants nearby.

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I thought that I booked a hostel but this was practically a hotel. The breakfast is incredible. And the staff is really helpful.


Staff were lovely though weren't really able to help with traveler questions basic things like how/where to buy bus tickets for intercity travel. Did try to help me thou. Room was good. Hostel is clean and tidy. Location great for nearby metro station. Security was good.


We enjoyed our stay &the staff were very helpful in this lovely huge city. There were resturants and an excellent bake shop a block away. Getting to the Metro station was within walking distance to take you to many places. Breakfast was very tasty and early so you could go sightseeing.


The nicest hostel we've been to so far. SO sweetand extraordinary helpful staff! Nice facilities in the kitchen, VERY clean hostel, good wifi, nice beds, very good aircondition! For us it was good location in a safe and silent area - just next to a supermarket! It's a bit away from the central Sao Paulo, but you can walk to the metro and it's cheap. Diffenately recommanding this hostel!!


Amazing hostel also for business trip.


Nice hostel, more of a hotel! Decent brekky and air con in the dorm in the middle of summer is great!


Amazing hostel!! my home in sao paulo


Great breakfast. Great bed, but it may be a little bit hard to get on the topbunks, they are too high and theres no rail to hold on to while climbing the stairs. Other than that, this hostel is excellent and I would definitely stay there again if I need a place in São Paulo.


Was expensive because of the World Cup but other then that i think its probably worth the amount!

  • 3rd Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Good hostel, theroom Rio de Janeiro has some mold smell, but not very serious. In overall, it was a good stay.


Staff was far from helpful and had a poor attitude. Facilities were decent, location is a hike from metro station.


It's a good place to stay. Good facilities but a little bit far from the subway station


Brilliant hostel. Clean linen, bedrooms and common area.Great central area, Ana Rosa subway makes it easy to get anywhere. 20 mins from domestic airport. Really helpful

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