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Av. Sao Joao , 1399, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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  • 80%Location
  • 80%Staff
  • 80%Atmosphere
  • 80%Cleanliness
  • 80%Facilities

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we enjoyed the three rooms suites for two people.


Arriving to Brazil we had the only bank card blocked by bank and only a bit of cash. Thanks to the hotel stuff for understanding and letting us in to sleep a night without payment. It gave us a chance to recover after the flight from the other side of the globe and the shock. Next day we unblocked the card and paid with no problem.

  • 4th Jul 2012
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Russia
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


The Breakfast was excellent, otherwise in the close neighbourhood there are similar hostels/hotels for better price.


The bedrooms are ok and it's right next to the subway, but the neighbourhood is terrible.


Great great rooms, excellent value for money, very clean hotel.


a very good hotel for the money you pay. spacious room with good clean bathroom and helpful staff. also close to metro station.


The reception did not speak English so it was difficult to communicate. A very average Hotel with very average facilities.


One of few places to stay when you do not want to go to the hotel ring. Easy to find, but scary to do it in the dark. Breakfast is simple. The main drawback is noize, but we merely noticed after 14 hrs of flight. Only occasional gun shots behind the window waken us up several times.


Most depressing room I've ever been in. Smelled like cheap aftershave upon entering. Tiny little walled up room with malfunctioning TV and window looking out to a "courtyard" that was no bigger than the room I was in. Loud people until late in the night, and a maid unlocked and entered the room early in the morning while I was sleeping. No "Do Not Disturb" sign was available. Staff was friendly and helpful.


The breakfast was very delicious. It´s not located surrounded by bars and restaurants, however it´s located within short walking distance of 2 of the most centralized metro stations in SP(Sta Cecilia, Republica). As I was leaving on Sunday, I discovered a quite large open air market behind the Sta. Cecilia Station. I definitely would recommend this hostel to someone as long as they don´t need to be accomodated in the middle of an entertainment district.


This hotel was very good!! It was situated well in a city centre, there was metro close by and it was easy to go to centrum from here. Rooms were clean and big. Only problem was the noice from the street and traffic during the night, but we got used to it really fast. Also the walls are not very thick, so you could hear voices from the corridor during the night. Hotel staff was really friendly and they spoke some english. Entrance door was locked all the time, so the hotel felt very safe.

  • 29th Oct 2011
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Finland
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Great location for metro. very noisy at night, don´t get a room at the front as the windows allow all traffic noise in. Traffic doesn´t stop all night|

  • 5th Jul 2011
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


I warmly recommend this hotel, if you are staying in Sao Paulo for a longer time. This was my second time i stayed on this Hotel. The neighborhood is not as bad that many think, it really depends on how you get along with it. Planing a new trip in may, will definitely stay at Rojas!

  • 11th Feb 2011
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Finland
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


The Rojas All Suite is a 2 / 3 star hotel, not a hostel, The first impression of the exterior and the immediate area is not encouraging admittedly but it is ony a few minutes walk from the Praca Republica. The rooms are well decorated and spotless with all linen changed daily. Amazing value at the price we paid through hostel world ... would always return, thankyou to the very attentive staff. Only minor criticism is breakfast which is no more than adequate.

  • 30th Jan 2011
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 41+
  • (1 review)


I think we struck lucky with our booking because we ended up with a suite for 4 people, when we thought it was just going to be a last min double room........hotel was pretty quiet. Very nice room, bed, bathroom, etc. Nice and clean! In our suite we had a tv and fridge. And downstairs in Reception there was one computer with internet access. Area is OK.....round the corner theres a park and some nice looking bars cafes and resturants. Decent as a stop over place in Sao Paulo.


A great stay - of a far higher standard than expected.


The hotel is OK . The room was clean and the bathroom is big. There is internet in the lobby which is comfortable. The staff is friendly, just the street is not too nice at night.


OK hotel. Every day clean towels and pieces of soap. FREE use of internet. The only down points where that there was a very noisy guy (probably drunk) screaming all night and keep me awake and the vacuum cleaner woke me up every morning of the cleaning lady´s, limited hot water for the shower. And the staff didnt spoke English.

  • 15th Jul 2010
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Netherlands
  • (1 review)


A nice budget hotel in general I gave them 60% for fun cause they don´t have internet in the room, however their staff were very friendly. I recommend this place to stay.


Its a ok hotel with good breakfast (just be there early), and nice, clean rooms. Also very helpfull and friendly staff. However, we did not feel safe in the neighborhood! Its not safe to walk around after dark. We took a taxi to the airport at night, and there where about 20 homeless people standing outside the hotel. Would rather have staid in Vila Madalena.

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