Four Seasons São Paulo Announces October 15 Opening Date

Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo

The first Four Seasons hotel in Brazil is prepping to open its doors next month. The Four Seasons São Paulo at Nações Unidas has announced that the reservation lines are open for bookings from October 15, 2018. The hotel is rolling out the red carpet with a number of special introductory offers, including an advanced booking discount, a complimentary third night package, a hotel credit offer, and the “Summer Love Romance Package” which includes add-ons like champagne and daily breakfast.

Here’s the skinny on Four Season’s first Brazilian foray: Housed in a new 29-story tower on Avenida Nações Unidas (Avenue United Nations) in southern São Paulo, the luxury hotel overlooks the Pinheiros river. San Francisco-based BAMO oversaw the design of the interiors, including the 258 guest rooms, which they describe as “bold and evocative modern, an international luxury aesthetic rendered in Brazilian materials and infused with classic Paulistano flavor.” Expect artwork by the likes of Burle Marx, Francisco Brennand, and Paulo Mendes da Rocha.

The top digs can be found on the 14th floor; the Ambassador suite and Presidential suite are spacious abodes with sweeping views.

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Hotel highlights include the spa, fitness center, and an indoor-outdoor pool that’s unique in the city. Planning a party? The hotel will offer 15,160 square feet of flexible event space, including a grand ballroom. There will also be 84 Four Seasons Private Residences. 

Overseeing the restaurants is Executive Chef Paolo Lavezzini, who has an impressive resume at international establishments like the Fasano Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence and Restaurant Alain Ducasse at the Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris. The hotel’s General Manager is Swiss-born Michael Schmid, an industry veteran.

Other Four Seasons hotels in South America can be found in Bogota, Buenos Aires and Costa Rica.

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