Palácio Tangará, the newest Oetker Collection property, officially opened its doors on May 11. The new hotel has 141 guestrooms and 59 suites overlooking Burle Marx Park in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Palácio Tangará offers multiple dining spaces masterminded by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and directed by Executive Chef Pascal Valero and Chef Felipe Rodrigues. Dining spaces include signature restaurant Tangará Jean Georges with a display kitchen and Chef's table; Park Lounge & Terrace serving afternoon tea; Burle Bar, Pool Par for snacks and appetizers; and a wine cellar with Sommelier Gabriele Frizon.
Spa & Leisure
The hotel's Flora Spa has six treatment rooms with experiences designed by Sisley-Paris. The fitness center has state-of-the-art equipment by Technogym, a semi-Olympic, heated indoor pool and an a climatized, outdoor 20-meter pool. There is also a Kids Club with a mini-cinema, toys and a library.
Designed by architect Patricia Anastassiadis, Palácio Tangará draws inspiration from Brazilian art and natural landscapes. The Grand Lobby has artwork by artist Laura Vinci, introducing the same greenery as found in Burle Marx Park. The Burle Bar has photographs of the Amazon rainforest signed by Cristian Cravo, Araquem Alcantara and Alessandro Gruetzmacher. In Tangará Jean-Georges, a green carpet imitates the bottom of the lake and reflection of the forest on the water.
The interior of the rooms and corridors were designed by Bick Simonato using a blue, beige, grey and green color scheme. All rooms are designed to open onto a balcony or terrace.
Oetker Collection comprises nine luxury hotels:
- L’Apogée Courchevel
- Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa
- Le Bristol Paris
- Château Saint-Martin & Spa
- Eden Rock - St Barths
- Fregate Island Private
- Hotel du Cap- Eden Rock
- The Lanesborough
- Palácio Tangará