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For a business lunch without the stiff connotations, Terraço Jardins is a local favorite for its delicious, thematic menus.

The beguiling charm of the Jardins district is right outside your door when you visit the Renaissance Sao Paulo. Wander down Paulista Avenue or along Oscar Freire Street and discover the countless boutiques, trendy restaurants and exciting clubs in one of the coolest parts of this melting pot of a city. Our local Navigator Sérgio will help you make sense of it all and recommend the coolest places to visit. If you’re in town on business, our attentive staff will take care of your every need while our first-class location means you’re never too far away from your next meeting — or from a good bar to unwind in after your work is done.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC Fragrance
  • RLife LIVE Entertainment
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
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Milla Escanhoela's top finds

JAM Jardins

Japanese Food, Music and Arts promises just that; a great blend of flavors, sounds and libations in a communal milieu.
Bringing a taste of the Orient to the heart of Jardins is JAM - Japanese Food, Arts & Music. Sushi-making is a sublime art behind the counters of the extensive bar, as skilled culinary wizards roll the perfect shari-neta combinations. Versions of classics Sake, Sashimi, Donburi, Udon and Soba feature on the extensive menu, and are slightly tweaked to suit the local palate. The ambiance is warm and inviting; wooden accents, fiery undertones and lively banter contributing to the same. Enjoy occasional art exhibitions as live bands take to the unusual stage.
Address:R. Bela Cintra, 1929, São Paulo, 01415-002
phone:+55 11 3473 3273

Zucco

Wash down a contemporary Italian meal with their namesake martini that blends balsamic vinegar, vanilla vodka and strawberry creme.
Zucco is an Italian addition to Rua Haddock Lobo's eclectic culinary scene. Chefs Jurandir Meirelles and José Meirelles are the creative force behind the contemporary menu that illustrates a modern take on classical Italian flavors. Uncork a wine bottle from over 250 international labels and savor delectable appetizers that steer the palate towards a fine main course. Try dishes like noodles with squid ink and seafood, green ravioli with buffalo ricotta, pumpkin risotto and prawns, as well as inventive pizza and panini varieties are on offer. The aesthetic sense that inspires the plating extends to the elegant ambiance that sees Neno Ramos' art punctuate white-washed facades.
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 1416, São Paulo, 01414-002
phone:+55 11 3897 0666

Riviera Bar

Hang out at this trendy bar with your friends and sip on unique and local classic cocktails.
Riviera has been a mainstay on Avenida Paulista since 1949. This bar retains much of its vintage charm with its decor, vibe and service. Select from an array of cocktails to wash down bar fare favorites. Their culture calendar is lined with live gigs and concerts that bring in the crowds.
Address:Av. Paulista, 2584, São Paulo, 01310300
phone:+55 11 3258 1268

Tomie Ohtake

See the history of Brazilian pop art straight from the source at this unique place.
Instituto Tomie Ohtake's red and black striped tower rises from the Pinheiros district, beckoning residents and travelers to explore a gallery that extensively covers Brazilian art from 1950 onwards. Named for artist Tomie Ohtake, the museum speaks to many of the pop cultural and political moments that have shaped the area's art scene over the post-modern era.
Address:R. dos Coropés, 88, São Paulo, 04526-010
phone:+55 11 2245 1900

Mirante 9 de Julho

After more than 70 years abandoned, this place has been reborn as the newest and coolest cultural spot in São Paulo.
In the past, this was the place the stage for many celebration parties of the high-society of São Paulo. Decades after the owner gave part of the lands to the construction of MASP, this place was totally abandoned. A few months ago, after a huge renovation, Mirante 9 de Julho reborn as the newest and coolest cultural spot in São Paulo.
Address:R. Carlos Comenale, s/n, São Paulo, 01332-030
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Gepedras

Find unique Brazilian stone pieces in this amazing and specialized jewelry store.
With more then 50 years of tradition, Gepedras offers the best of Brazilian stones. Uniting technology and expertise, here you can purchase unique items at a very special price. This store is just 5 blocks away from the hotel and is beside Rua Oscar Freire, making it the perfect place for a shopping day!
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 1307, São Paulo, 01413100
phone:+55 11 2178 9903

Santos Stones

Unique, exclusive and rare Brazilian stones, each one with its own color and individual shape.
A couple of blocks away from the hotel you can discover an unique shrine of stones. This mix of museum and shop is a must visit for those seeking for intriguing items. With more than 70 years of history this shop specializes in showing clients the lapidary art.
Address:Al Santos, 1470 - Conj. 402, São Paulo, 0141902
phone:+55 11 3064 9811

Museu do Futebol

Exhibitions, cultural shows, lectures, movie screenings and everything else related to football is showcased here.
For all you football fans, São Paulo has a museum just for you. Football is a very integrated part of the Brazilian culture, and the Museu do Futebol (Museum of Football) was founded to retain, as well as promote, the cultural value of football.
Address:Pç. Charles Miller, São Paulo, 01234900
phone:+55 11 3664 3848

Havaianas

The contemporary and minimalistic decor ensures the creative and inventive designs on sale shine through.
Chappals to India, Havaianas to Brazil; the iconic flat footwear has made its mark across the globe. The flagship store by the same name, on São Paulo's lively shopping street, celebrates the casual twosome in an architectural masterpiece by Isay Weinfeld.
Address:R. Oscar Freire, 1116, São Paulo, 01426000
phone:+55 11 3079 3415

Capim Santo

Capim Santo is an oasis of tropical Brazilian cuisine nestled in the culinary hub Jardins. Sip the authentic Cachaça!
"Capim Santo" translates to "lemongrass" in Portuguese and the restaurant of the same name has influences of the plant everywhere - from the greenery that surrounds it to the flavors on the plate to the staff's aprons. This establishment is the manifestation of Sandra Marques and Nando Leite's dream and features a quintessential Brazilian menu designed around traditional recipes. Dine at the enchanting al fresco seating area beneath scattered umbrellas and amidst lively banter and exotic palm trees. Take a go at the lemongrass infused Caipirinha and their signature Brigadeiro.
Address:Al. Min. Rocha Azevedo, 471, São Paulo, 01410-001
phone:+55 11 3089 9500

Rubi Wine Bar

Dedicated to sharing knowledge and spreading a love of wine, Rubi Wine Bar's low prices allow everyone to find just the right kind of vino.
Rubi Wine Bar is a trend-setting location in São Paulo's Jardim Paulista, offering over 80 varieties of brands, styles and varietals in their bar and boutique. Owned by sommeliers Fabiano and Araújo, the level of expertise at Rubi is top-notch. The owners' shared passion for wine and community has made Rubi the best place to grab an affordable glass or half bottle and catch up with friends.
Address:Al. Jaú, 1595, São Paulo, 01420-002
phone:+55 11 4323 1667

Frigobar

Don't miss intriguing recipes from the 1800's along with the signature cocktails from this exquisite bar.
Inspired by speakeasy bars, Frigobar offers everything a Renaissance guest looks for: 5-star service, intriguing recipes and an unique atmosphere. It starts with the entrance, where you are asked a password. The menu, inside a book, is just intriguing as the cocktail recipes. The bar is a complete experience!
Address:R. Bela Cintra, 1705, São Paulo, 01415-007
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Mercadinho Chic

Discover local fashion trends in this intriguing and independent designers in this little cozy market.
Among the stylish stores of Oscar Freire, this L-shaped market brings local fashion designers with excellent prices. Mercadinho Chic changes its products every week and the customers have the chance to chat face-to-face with the designers. After shopping, our guests can enjoy the Suco Bagaço, a local cafe specialized in natural juices and sandwiches.
Address:R. Oscar Freire, 720, São Paulo, 01426001
phone:+55 11 3088 2348

Vento Haragano

Savor premium Brazilian churrasco, meticulously grilled for hours, along with a selection of local wines.
Vento Haragano raises the bar for churrasco, or grilled meat. It uses fresh meat sourced from South American cattle ranches for all its dishes. The ambience and local staff give you a taste of Brazilian culture with walls of the dining room displaying landscape paintings by Brazilian artist Alexandre Reider.
Address:Av. Rebouças, 1001, São Paulo, 05401-100
phone:+55 11 3083 4265

Feira da Liberdade

Eat, drink and shop in this weekly event in the heart of the Japanese neighborhood of São Paulo.
Feira da Liberdade is a weekly market held in São Paulo's famous Japanese district. Every Saturday and Sunday guests can discover shops selling local goods such as souvenirs and handcrafts. Also, there are many food stalls selling Asian cuisine.
Address:Pç. da Liberdade, São Paulo, 01503-010
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Figueira Rubaiyat

Enjoy the perfect atmosphere at Figueira while you admire the giant centenary fig tree.
A number of gastronomically inviting restaurants have come up lately in the Jardins region offering exquisite local specialties. However, Figueira Rubaiyat stands apart from all the rest, thanks to the excellent food teamed with impeccable service. Offering both indoor and alfresco options, patrons enjoy the cool shade of the huge fig tree and the lip smacking food that is provided here.
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 1738, São Paulo, 01415-000
phone:+55 11 3087 1399

NOH Bar

São Paulo's premiere molecular gastronomy cocktail lounge, NOH Bar offers more options than simply shaken or stirred.
NOH Bar is equal parts cocktail bar, food laboratory and trendy tapas destination. Head mixologist and part-owner Pablo Moya spends his on-site time developing molecular gastronomy-inspired cocktail creations, altering and swapping ingredients to create one-of-a-kind oddities such as the Mojito NOH, in which watermelon cubes are dehydrated and then injected with a house-made mojito.
Address:R. Bela Cintra, 1709, São Paulo, 01415-002
phone:+55 11 2609 3673

Quai d'Orsay

Lounge on leather armchairs with a cigar and scotch to experience old-world São Paulo at this tabacaria.
Aficionados of cigars and fine spirits must not miss Espaço Quai d'Orsay. This exquisite cigar bar in the heart of São Paulo exudes a sophisticated and old-world charm with its fireplaces, exposed bricks, leather armchairs and warm lighting. Peruse their collection of the finest globe-spanning cigar varieties and unwind at their lounge with a tumbler of whiskey, cognac or wine.
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 932, São Paulo, 01421-001
phone:+55 11 3582 4444

Museu Xingu

Discover this intriguing collection of indigenous objects and artifacts from adventurers and brothers Villas Bôas.
The brothers Villas Bôas were very famous adventurers in Brazil. For decades they uncovered secrets of the indigenous villages all over the country and some of this history is just a few blocks from the Renaissance. The collection has more than 150 objects and is a must-visit for those who seek a deeper knowledge of Brazil.
Address:R. José Maria Lisboa, 838, São Paulo, 01423001
phone:+55 11 3884 9112

Mercadão

Beneath the majestic dome of the 20th Century architectural marvel, lies the bustle of daily barter.
A popular feature on most tourist itineraries, Mercado Municipal or Municipal Market, is a symbol of São Paulo. On sale are fresh produce, organic fruits and vegetables, seafood, meat, local delicacies, sweets and spices from across the globe that make for great gifts and takeaways.
Address:R. da Cantareira, 306, São Paulo, 01103200
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Pinacoteca

Marvel at the astounding collection of Brazilian art, including prominent historic and modern works.
Housed within a Neo Classical building since 1905, this is one of the most important collections of art in São Paulo. The collection consists of over 5000 pieces that include paintings, sculptures, photographs and other objects.
Address:Pç. da Luz, 2, São Paulo, 01120010
phone:+55 3324 1000

A Bela Sintra

This award-winning restaurant features an unique Portuguese menu complemented by luxurious decor for a fine experience.
A Bela Sintra is one of the finest Portuguese dining experiences in the city. Honoring the Atlantic cod are 15 dishes including Bacalhau à Lagareira, Bacalhau Espiritual and Bacalhau Dourado. Their chic and minimalistic architecture creates a sophisticated ambiance.
Address:R. Bela Cintra, 2325, São Paulo, 01415002
phone:+55 11 3891 0740

Alucci Alucci

This trendy restaurant is the perfect place to gather your friends and have a memorable dinner.
Red accents, low lighting, and a splash of blue beaded curtains all designed by Theo Carias create an unique, intimate atmosphere at Alucci Alucci. The ambiance is lively and trendy, with great music and amazing drinks served at the bar. Open late, it's the perfect place to visit for a night in the city.
Address:R. Vitório Fasano, 35, São Paulo, 01414020
phone:+55 11 3086 1252

Granado Pharmácias

The official pharmacy of Brazilian royalty, Granado's partnership with nature gives way to a line of ethical and biodegradable cosmetics.
The name Granado has enjoyed a long-standing association with au naturale cosmetics. Established in 1870 by José Antônio Coxito Granado, the debut collection was manufactured with floral extracts from the founder's farm. Albeit having been inherited over three generations, the brand retains its original commitment to quality. The line of vegetable soaps, herbal creams and plant-based lotions is a by-product of a nurtured relationship with nature. Traditional techniques combine with European formulas to create breakthrough and effective products for beauty and wellness. It extends its environmental consciousness with ethical testing, the absence of artificial agents and recycled-paper packing.
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 1353, São Paulo, 01414-003
phone:+55 11 3061 0891

Lilóri

This bright local cafe specializes in innovative dairy and gluten-free baked treats; it's popular even with those without food restrictions.
While their freshly baked breads and delightful pastries are the main draw to this lively cafe, they serve an equally delicious selection of snacks and healthy light meals. Try their flat bread with hazelnut cream and Belgian chocolate; banana-cinnamon tapioca and chia bowl; or tuna on ciabatta with lime and browned almonds. Their pizzas, burgers and sandwiches are fresh and healthy; a good option for a more substantial meal. Choose a pastry from their eye-catching display or take home a freshly-baked loaf for later. For dessert, their chocolate brownie topped with rich ganache is a real treat.
Address:R. Peixoto Gomide, 1486, São Paulo, 01409-002
phone:+55 11 3064 0516

MASP

MASP is renowned for its significant role in reviving art post World War II, and houses an impressive collection
Museu de Arte de São Paulo is one of country's most iconic cultural institutions. It is renowned for its significant role in reviving art post World War II, and houses an impressive collection from across the globe. Browse through Asian and African work as well as local paintings and artifacts.
Address:Av. Paulista, 1578, São Paulo, 01308-080
phone:+55 11 3251 5644

Choque Cultural

Stroll the mural-lined alleys of Beco do Batman on your way to this provocative outsider-artist gallery.
Choque Cultural translates as “culture shock,” which sums up the aim of this cutting edge gallery. The curator’s connections to the underground and street art worlds mean Choque exhibits stay at the edgy forefront of contemporary art. On your way out, ask the staff for directions to the famous street mural alley of Beco do Batman, just a few blocks away.
Address:R. Medeiros de Albuquerque, 250, São Paulo, 05436-060
phone:+55 11 3061 4051

Bixiga Antique Market

Sip on a cold beverage and enjoy the live music as you make a walk through this unique fair to dig for cool trinkets.
This market takes place every Sunday and you can find a vast array of items for sale, ranging from antiques and clocks to trinkets and furniture. There are not only a large quantity of collectible items available, but those of high quality as well. The goods are looked after and lovingly restored in over 300 stalls, so even if you don't make any purchases, it'd make for a nice stroll through the fair. After shopping, you can relax at the highly acclaimed restaurant - The Capuano - that is situated close to the market area.
Address:Pça. Dom Orione, Bela Vista, São Paulo, 01325-020
phone:+55 11 3262 2198

Athenas

Pair traditional Greek mezze like codfish croquettes or crisp-fried calamari with lime caipirinhas or ouzo at this late-night eatery.
This lively cafe effortlessly transitions from a day to night venue; it is a great spot for a healthy breakfast or a night out on the town. On weekends, the restaurant is buzzing with friendly locals mingling over drinks and chatting till the wee hours of the morning. Fusing the best of both worlds, the cafe serves Greek specialties like moussaka (eggplant baked with minced meat and bechamel) and psari plaki (fresh cod with tomato and caramelized onion), which gel surprisingly well with Brazilian libations like cachaça or a coconut batida. On a pleasant evening, opt for a street-side table and savor the experience, Paulistano style.
Address:R. Augusta, 1449, São Paulo, 01305-100
phone:+55 11 3262 1945

Livraria da Vila

Browse through rows and rows of colorful books, read to your heart's content and bask in this gorgeous atmosphere.
Livraria da Vila is not your average book store - not only does it carry an impressive collection of books in every imaginable genre, DVD's, music and more, but the architecture of the store is simply gorgeous. Designed by Isay Weinfeld, the store features an open concept floor plan that includes atriums on the ground floor a basement with reading material for children.
Address:Al. Lorena, 1731, São Paulo, 01424-002
phone:+55 11 3062 1063

Parque Trianon

Relax in the little jungle on Av. Paulista and be whisked away from the bustle of the city at Parque Trianon.
Parque Trianon has stood in the heart of Avenida Paulista since 1892 and continues to be a landmark little jungle in its metropolitan surroundings. Opposite the MASP, the park features native plants and a number of sculptures sprinkled throughout the winding pathways and peaceful benches.
Address:R. Peixoto Gomide, 949, São Paulo, 01419-001
phone:+55 11 3289 2160
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Spa des Jardins

This exquisite spa offers all kinds of treatments to body and mind, all complete with food and drinks.
The Spa des Jardins is a multipurpose day spa in São Paulo. The spa tries to emulate luxurious European day spas with their services and friendly staff. Services offered include massages, various different spa baths, a beauty salon and their incredibly popular nail salon. The Spa des Jardins also offers a light menu of healthy foods and beverages including juices and cocktails.
Address:R. Haddock Lobo, 935, São Paulo, 01414-001
phone:+55 11 2362 8861

Parque Ibirapuera

Admire the sterling monuments, visit the museums, or simply take a break at São Paulo's Central Park.
Inaugurated in 1954 to celebrate the city's fourth centenary and designed by famous architect Oscar Niemeyer together with landscape designer Burle Marx, Ibirapuera Park covers an area of almost two million meters and is São Paulo's very own Central Park.
Address:Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, S/N, São Paulo, 04094-050
phone:+55 11 5573 4180

Melissa

The store doubles up as an art gallery, with futuristic prints and graphic designs that are presented on the facade.
Pick up a pair or two from Rashid Karim's signature plastic shoes featured at the Galeria Melissa. A staple for the fashion-forward, the exquisite collection comes in a host of vibrant, fruity shades. The flagship store also doubles up as an art gallery.
Address:R. Oscar Freire, 827, São Paulo, 01426003
phone:+55 11 3083 3612

D-Edge

With the integration of both light and sound systems in the club, you'll have an unique experience.
At D-Edge, the hottest and most vaunted DJs spin nightly sets. Each night a different type of electronic music is featured; house, breakbeat, techno, drum & bass, etc. This club provides the ultimate São Paulo's nightlife experience.
Address:Al. Olga, 80, São Paulo, 01155040
phone:+55 11 3665 9500

Purple Berry

Get energy and refreshment from açaí, the local flavor, and have fun choosing all your favorite toppings!
On hot days, there's nothing like cooling off with the famous and traditional açai bowl, a Brazilian dish made from frozen and mashed açaí palm fruit. Purple Berry goes beyond and offers a healthier organic option made with juçaí fruit. It also has handmade and creamy yoghurts. To make things better, there is no limit to the toppings you can add!
Address:Rua Augusta, 2032, São Paulo, 01412100
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MPB by David Silvah

MPB by David Silvah

David Silvah began his career yet child influenced by his father who is a trumpeter. His first love was the cavaquinho harmonic instrument mainly...

David Silvah began his career yet child influenced by his father who is a trumpeter. His first love was the cavaquinho harmonic instrument mainly used in samba, soon after came the guitar which met with the bossa nova. He was nominated in the award of Brazilian popular music, he opened the show of Lauren Hill at Credicard Hall and much more.

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
Address: Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
Phone: +55 11 3069 2233
Bartender's Call

Bartender's Call

A quick talk with bartender and you will discover what is the special of the day. A new and unique cocktail created to sip.

A quick talk with bartender and you will discover what is the special of the day. A new and unique cocktail created to sip.

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
Address: Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
Phone: +55 11 3069 2233
Unplugged by Trinca Acústica

Unplugged by Trinca Acústica

American, British and Brazillian pop-rock songs in unplugged versions. That's Trinca Acustica's show; with Eduardo Emilio (voice and percussion),...

American, British and Brazillian pop-rock songs in unplugged versions. That's Trinca Acustica's show; with Eduardo Emilio (voice and percussion), Flávio Felix (bass) and Hugo Sinisgalli (acoustic guitar). Since 2002, one of the best unplugged bands in São Paulo with six recorded albuns, plays classic bands and brazillian artists as well. A kind of music to relax and enjoy the best bar in São Paulo.

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
Address: Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
Phone: +55 11 3069 2233
Wine Experience

Wine Experience

We are inviting you to have a moment with a specialist of wines, let´s have a taste of wine. Join us at the Lobby Bar to know more about this...

We are inviting you to have a moment with a specialist of wines, let´s have a taste of wine. Join us at the Lobby Bar to know more about this sacred drink.

Sao Paulo, Brazil
Venue: Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel
Address: Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
Phone: +55 11 3069 2233