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About Rojas All Suites Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 12 PM
Property Location A stay at Rojas All Suites Hotel places you in the heart of Sao Paulo, within a 15-minute walk of Sala Sao Paulo
Property Location A stay at Rojas All Suites Hotel places you in the heart of Sao Paulo, within a 15-minute walk of Sala Sao Paulo Concert Hall and Municipal Theater. This hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Pinacoteca do Estado Museum and 5.9 mi (9.4 km) from Paulista Museum.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 68 guestrooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and ceiling fans.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.
Dining Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a computer station, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
Facilities offered in Rojas All Suites Hotel :
Television in common areasLuggage storageCoffee/tea in common areasFree WiFi4+More Amenities
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Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 12 PM.
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Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 16 reviews
VERY GOOD 60 reviews
AVERAGE 45 reviews
POOR 7 reviews
TERRIBLE 8 reviews
31 Aug 2016
Nice suite, poor neighbourhood
Very good value - we got a suite for the price of a room. The 11th floor suite comprised 2 bedrooms, reception room (2 settees, desk, chairs and fridge), and toilet including shower. Wi-fi in rooms. The bedrooms had a rough wall texture which might be of concern to parents.
The area is central (close to Santa Cecilia metro station), but felt to be unsafe after dark. The hotel does not do dinner, and there are very few nearby good restaurants. 5 stars for accommodation, 3 stars for neighbourhood.
27 Jul 2015
Ok but in a rough neighboorhoo....
I stayed here last year with 2 friends and I wasn't very impressed overall.
I found the location to be poor and felt uncomfortable walking around outside the hotel at night.
We was hit with a huge bill for laundry, the receptionist was very clear about the cost when we enquires only to be left with a massive bill when checking out.
I wouldn't recommend this hotel.
Solo travel Traveller
05 Aug 2012
Dreaful & threatening
I have stayed in more than 200 hotels but I can't forget this hotel in my life. Upon arrival the big long hall was full of black plastic bags (arounf 50-60) and it was so stinking, I would vomit. I think it was tobacco item. This hotel seems to be cheap choice of street howkers or small vendors. The hotel was very low from a averge hotel. It was stinking, rooms were too small, smaller than a bathroom of an average hotel, there was 1 single bed and no more place at all. Towels were small and outworn. I have adjusting nature but here I woudn't surive. So I had leave at all. I have stayed from most expensive 5 star hotels to small hotels like Etap, but this was out of the world. I explained the staff and they co-operated and finally I took asylum at Formule 1 hotel nearby and that wats10 times better (Imagine, how would you compare with Hilton or Intercontinental). Accor group is at least hyginic and I believe every guest has write on healthy air in the room. Not to forget, very strange type of lift I came across, it operates only on the wish and trucs of the staffs and looks likfe from 18th century.
Friends getaway Traveller
16 Jan 2012
Good place to stay if you're g....
Average hotel in an average SP neighborhood. Don't expect anything grand...more like a hostel/hotel with some questionable customers as expected in this area.
Good value compared to the rest. Friendly and honest staff.
No parking but there's a bunch of lots across the street for $R14/night. There's a big well known club called D-Edge nearby. The club sucks on most nights but there are nights that are worth checking out.
Solo travel Traveller
13 Feb 2011
Ok, no fills hotel, but incons....
I have to day I found the location and price of this Hotel (cheap through Hostelworld) very affordable, I ready some online critizim of the neighborhood, but honestly if your coming to Sao Paulo...there are no nice neishborhoods with hotels.
This is a realy good place to see the whole of Centro on foot from, plus there are plenty of bars and restraunts 5 mins walk away, ok you have bums sleeping on the road and transexaul hookers on the corners but this is Brazil.
Only critism are:
My Single Room is very small (but not as small as the room I had in Rio), there is no A/C in my room , just a fan(so just leave the fridge door open). They dont have safes or even safety deposit boxes (so leave the lights and th TV on all the time to create the illusion of some being in the room). The walls are very thin and like many latins, other customers at the hotel a noisy into the early hours.
The breakfast started well but went down hill after 2 days, first the hot food (only one dish of Scambled Eggs or Boild Sausage) stopped, then the juice stopped. So it was bread roles with cheese and ham or cornflakes, with coffee.
Only one of the 2 of the staff speak any English (the younger 2) but they were very helpfull.
I would definately stay here again for the price and centralness of the location.