Oetker Collection’s New Sao Paulo Hotel to Open Doors in May

A Prestige Room at Palacio Tangara. // Photo courtesy of the Oetker Collection

The Oetker Collection recently announced that its newest hotel, Palacio Tangara in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is projected to open in the heart of Burle Marx Park this May.

The hotel will offer 141 guestrooms, including 59 suites (all with balconies), cuisine by Jean-Georges (his first restaurant in South America) and spa service in partnership with Sisley-Paris.

Additional facilities will comprise of nine meeting and event rooms, including a ballroom called "Crystal," that can welcome up to 360 guests; a fitness and spa managed by the award winning Sisley brand with its own private garden; indoor and outdoor swimming pools (25 meters each) and a kids club.

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“After our successful partnership in the Caribbean with Eden Rock St Barths, we are thrilled to open a hotel in Sao Paulo, our first property in Latin America, a natural complement to our portfolio, in perfect harmony with our requirements: unique location, exceptional building, creative cuisine and the legendary Brazilian smile,” said Frank Marrenbach, CEO of the Oetker Collection, in a written release.

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