Vila Madalena Hostel
AddressRua Francisco Leitao, 686 Sao PauloSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
BOHEMIAN & Art neighborhood! At perfect location, safety prime area & really clean! Prices included: Wi-Fi, internet access, lines, air conditioning, heater & cable TV.
We have craft beers for sale!
Open to travelers who like art and design! We are a new concept of Hostel in São Paulo in a creative atmosphere that allows exhibitions of upcoming artists and designers. Ask us about it?
You'll enjoy this spirit of Vila Madalena Hostel at a strategic and exclusive location on the outskirts of the suburbs Vila Madalena and Pinheiros. It was created by a group of friends who has traveled a lot around Brazil and abroad. So we know and attend the indispensable needs of those who stay at hostels. Check it out!
São Paulo is known as the Brazilian capital of art and gastronomy. At the neighborhood you can also appreciate the best of regional foods and a variety of international culinary: Japanese, American, Italian, Moroccan, Arabian, Chinese, Mexican, French, Chilean, Thai and many veggie options. After the city walk, you will enjoy relaxing in our accommodations and rooms a contemporary decor.
As we love our home city São Paulo or 'Sampa' like people call it here, we'll be pleased to help you to plan your trip around São Paulo, Brazil or South America. We recommend you to stay at a minimum of 3 days. There are lots of things to do! Our guests always say they'd love to have one more day to be in the city. Make your booking!
Feel invited to get to know Vila Madalena Hostel and unleash your creative imagination onto our free drawing wall!
Just in case, if you want to cancel your booking, you must to do it 2 days before your arrival.
Services & facilities
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Linen Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
Boca de Ouro
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