Sao Paulo is the one biggest city of Brazil and a is one of the gay-friendliest place in South America along with Rio De Janeiro on the Atlantic Coast. We will find most of the accomodation to be suitable for gay couples in Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo.
The Gay Scene in Sao Paulo is á Frei Caneca gay shopping district is Sao Paulo’s unofficial gay area, and it’s packed with gay bars and clubs.
LGBT tourism in Brazil is a form of niche tourism marketed to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people who come to Brazil. The city of Rio de Janeiro was elected the best LGBT destination of the world, according to the U.S. Logo channel, owned by Viacom’s MTV Networks.
Rio de Janeiro also was elected the most sexy city of the world to LGBT people, according to the U.S. Logo channel and TripOutGayTravel. In 2014, Brazil and the United States were the two countries more wanted by international LGBT tourists, according to the World Travel Market
About 26% of visitors to São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Florianópolis, Salvador and Fortaleza are LGBT people. Brazil has more than 6,000 gay-friendly hotels and hostels registered in travel agencies and mainly specialized in the gay-oriented sites, which are the major source of information for travelers. The establishments receives a sticker with a rainbow, a global symbol of the gay movement.
São Paulo, Brazil’s vibrant financial center, is among the world’s most populous cities, with numerous cultural institutions and a rich architectural tradition. Its iconic buildings range from its neo-Gothic cathedral and the 1929 Martinelli skyscraper to modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer’s curvy Edifício Copan. The colonial-style Pátio do Colégio church marks where Jesuit priests founded the city in 1554.
Top attractions to visit in Sao Paulo
- Parque Ibirapuera
- Paulista Avenue
- Neo Quimica Arena
- Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo
- Museu do Futebol
Best tours in Sao Paulo
- Full Day Rain Forest and Indian Reservation Tour from São Paulo
- 3 Beaches Hiking Santo Amaro Island – Paradise Route Tour from São Paulo
- Ecotour of São Paulo
- 4WD One Day Tour visiting Water Fall and the Big Stone from Sao Paulo
- Discover Sao Paulo History Guided Tour
1. Blue Tree Premium Paulista 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo
Situated 160 m from Paulista Avenue, Blue Tree Paulista offers great location in São Paulo. With easy access to public transportation and surrounded by the theatres, museums, shopping malls and restaurant, this hotel feature free WiFi and an indoor pool.
All rooms of Blue Tree Premium Paulista are air conditioned and equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, a safe and a minibar. Room service is available 24-hours.
Restaurant Noah serves buffet meals featuring international cuisine. An western-style breakfast is also provided daily and features some Japanese cuisine dishes.
Looking for a place to stay in Sao Paulo? Then look no further than Blue Tree Premium Paulista, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Sao Paulo to your doorstep.
Rooms at Blue Tree Towers Paulista Hotel offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Blue Tree Towers Paulista Hotel, a parking garage is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Italian Building (1.3 mi) and Liberdade (1.3 mi), guests of Blue Tree Premium Paulista can easily experience some of Sao Paulo’s most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Nakka, Djapa, and Aska, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Sao Paulo is also known for some great historic sites, including Mosteiro De Sao Bento, Faculdade de Direito da USP, and Igreja Chagas do Seráfico Pai Francisco, which are not too far from Blue Tree Premium Paulista.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Blue Tree Premium Paulista as you experience everything Sao Paulo has to offer.
This hotel is right off Avenida Paulista, one of the main avenues in town, near one of the most sophisticated areas in town with good restaurants, cultural activity and stores. Also, a quick ride to old downtown. The room is fairly small but nice, the bed is queen size and comfortable, nice view and well illuminated.
The service was exceptional, our room had a view to MASP museum and Paulista Avenue which was very nice. The room was very clean and tidy just like in the pictures they advertised. Breakfast was good and fresh. Staff was super friendly and helpful at all times. The hotel is very close to a shopping mall and main shopping streets, 5 min walk and you can get anything you need.
The Hotel is located about a block away from Paulista Avenue, and many attractions are walking distance away. Breakfast is a full buffet breakfast with many options. Nearby attractions I visited on foot: Fogo de Chao – Churrascaria, Kilove- Buffet meals sold by weight of your plate after serving yourself, Pao de Azucar – Supermarket, pharmacies nearby, Pastel Da Maria. Room is not too big, but is comfortable enough, only channel in english was CNN. Complimentary Toiletries are very basic, best bring your own. Only two pillow on bed, one firm and one soft, you can make 1 out of both. In general, good hotel, great location, would definitely stay here again.
Very good hotel, spacious rooms, great location, 30 seconds walk from Avenida Paulista…. walk distance to Jardins for amazing shopping and eating experience… it isn’t a trendy hotel and could do with some updating but it is located in a lovely neighbourhood, very clean room and spacious too.. delicious breakfast, amazing selection.
The location is really what makes it great, easy walking to Paulista avenue, close to metro stations.
How much does a room costs at Blue Tree Premium Paulista?
This double room features air conditioning.
Where to book online – Blue Tree Premium Paulista – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo – you can find the best hotels deals in Sao Paulo during São Paulo International Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sao Paulo on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. H3 Hotel Paulista 3* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo
Conveniently located 900 m from Paulista Avenue, Art Museum of São Paulo (MASP) and Trianon Subway Station, H3 Hotel Paulista offers a snack bar and free WiFi.
Rooms have contemporary décor and provide air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a desk and a minibar. They come with a private bathroom including a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Buffet breakfast is available daily, including tropical fruits, fresh breads and cakes. Dining options are within walking distance.
Frei Caneca Shopping Mall is just 500 m from H3 Hotel, and downton Sao Paulo is 1.5 km away.
A lot beyond the basic!Great service and comfortable rooms are just the beginning of what we offer.Privileged location:Waking-up next to Paulista Ave., You will easily have access to the whole town and you will be able to enjoy all the city can offer you.Our staff is attentive, helpful, multilingual and prepared to provide all necessary information. The team will leave you comfortable to enjoy your stay.
It’s very close to Avenida Paulista, the heart of Business of Sao Paulo, the only issue is if you going to Avenida Paulista from the hotel it’s a bit of exercise as you have to climb a strap Hil, but nicer when climbing down hill, the breakfast is a typical cold Brazilian breakfast, if you love eating healthy then you will love it, as the juice is fresh and fruits. I am more of a traditional English breakfast, the rooms are nice and clean , TV channels are also in English, and next to the hotel there is restaurants to eat, the hotel has full free WiFi, and they have computers if you need to access the internet.his
Hotel is about a half mile, less than 1 km from the heart of the Paulista Avenue. You can walk (although its a steep hill) or take an Uber which shouldn’t cost you more than R$8.00 reais. The rooms are very spacious and modern looking, bed is comfortable and they have cable TV with american and other international channels for convenience.
Food in the restaurant was great as well. Overall a better option than staying at Hotels at Paulista Avenue in my opinion due the cost benefit relation, its relatively cheaper to stay here than a Hotel in the Paulista few blocks away.
This is a simple hotel…the rooms are basic with worn woodwork. But, the staff is truly one of nicest I have met. The breakfast is wonderful and the location is excellent if you need to visit FGV.
While the rooms are simple, the beds are comfortable and the floors have been redone with laminated wood style, which is clean and neat. The breakfast and meal area is attractive and well maintained.
A fair price and the staff make it a lovely option for gay couples.
Amazingly large rooms, nice decor, good shower (although takes some time to warm up). Breakfast was fantastic – the bed we’ve had in 3 months. Staff very attentive. Fairly decent wifi.
The bed was very comfortable, the bathroom clean and open, it had a TV, Air Con and a closet. Definitely the room was the best of the hotel. And I must say I highly recommend it despite of the cons I might mention.
The restaurant, though it comes very handy at night, has a very limited menu and only works from 18h-23h.
Location: It is very close to Avenida Paulista, which is of course very good. Though you might have to climb quite a hill to get there. AV. 9 de Julho is close by to the hotel, which is good for mobility but due to the fact that is surrounded by homeless people, I would recommend not to walk alone at night. Uber and Taxi are always around the corner.
Staff: very helpful and nice
Services: As I said this hotel has a very fair price. You will get a very decent room without all of the services that another hotel might offer. The breakfast is included, with decent options like fruit, eggs, bread and coffee. There is no gym nor pool. Also no laundry service in the hotel, but they do have a room with an Iron you can borrow to iron the clothes. They have two computers for guests use. And the wifi is quite good.
How much does a room costs at H3 Hotel Paulista?
This double room features air conditioning.
Where to book online – H3 Hotel Paulista – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo – you can find the best hotels deals in Sao Paulo during São Paulo International Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sao Paulo on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Hotel Unique 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo
Unique boasts exquisite architecture and stunning views of São Paulo and Ibirapuera Park. Designed by renowned architect Ruy Otake, it is in the trendy Jardins area. The rooftop hosts a pool and the stylish Skye Restaurant & Bar. The hotel is 100% non-smoking. Free WiFi is available.
With scenic views of the park, the 5-star accommodation at Hotel Unique features modern furniture, a hot tub and Acqua di Parma amenities. It includes air conditioning, an LCD TV, JBL speaker and minibar. Suites also have a spacious seating area.
A Nespresso® coffee machine is fitted in the room and guest can purchase their capsules with the hotel
Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Sao Paulo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Unique, a nice option for travelers like you.
Hotel Unique is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Sao Paulo. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Jardins District (1.3 mi) and Rua Oscar Freire Shopping Street (1.3 mi) make Hotel Unique a great place to stay when visiting Sao Paulo.
Travelers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to Figueira Rubaiyat, D.O.M. Gastronomia Brasileira, or Arturito. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Thai restaurant such as Tanka Restaurante, Mestico, or Tomyam Southeast Asia.
Sao Paulo is also known for some great parks, including Ibirapuera Park, Villa Lobos Park, and Independencia Park, which are not too far from Hotel Unique.
Hotel Unique puts the best of Sao Paulo at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel is hip, comfortable and welcoming. The staff was incredibly courteous, both at the front desk (GREAT concierge) and on the top floor breakfast lounge/pool area. The breakfast, included in our rate, was top notch.
The location is not in a walking neighborhood, but you are a short Uber/taxi ride to anything in the city that is central.
The room was very nice. A huge round window with a auto controlled wall to black it out. Wonderful clean room, nice products on the mini bar, and an ultra-comfy bed.
The restaurant and bar on the roof of The Unique, Skye, is awesome. Fantastic atmosphere, good service. At night, it is a great spot.
The property and restaurant are definitely on point, but what made my experience at The Unique, the service. Sergio, Samuel, the door guys/valets, and the rest of the staff were so warm and friendly. Great hospitality from check in (champagne and room tour!), and we appreciated the explanation of the hotel purposely being designed for a sensory experience (why it is so dark) in honour of a blind family/friend connection.
The lobby is open, airy and had a very grand feel to it. It had a cool sideways sofa that many took photos in. The rooms were modern and comfortable. HBO channel was a bonus for GoT fans. The best part was the rooftop lounge. We were there every day for breakfast and late night drinks. Clearly a hot spots for locals! Acai smoothie for breakfast was delicious.
Great hotel – very modern, excellent service, friendly staff. From an espresso when you check in to the complementary coconut water delivered to your room, the service is on point. The rooftop bar and restaurant definitely set this property apart and I hope the weather cooperates during a future visit to enjoy the outdoor rooftop pool. As for any slight drawbacks, the hotel is in a fairly residential area, so not adjacent to much to do.
Breakfast was very sumptuous and the restaurant on 8th floor with beautiful views and sunshine was a great place to start the day. Ending it with drinks on the roof terrace is another highlight! The indoor pool and sauna/steam is architectural very interesting and nicely done. Staff is super polite, well trained and always at your service.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Unique?
Featuring views of Ibirapuera Park, this stylish, larger suite offers a separate seating area, air conditioning, 2 LCD TVs with cable channels and DVD player. An MP3 dock station and minibar are also provided. The bathroom includes a spa bath and fine amenities. Wi-Fi is free.
Where to book online – Hotel Unique – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo – you can find the best hotels deals in Sao Paulo during São Paulo International Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sao Paulo on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
4. TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo
Located in Sao Paulo, 2.5 km from MASP, TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso provides accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a bar and a garden. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service. Paraíso metro station is only 500 m from the hotel.
At the hotel, each room has air conditioning and a private bathroom.
Continental and buffet breakfast options are available daily at TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso.
HCOR is only 750 m from the accommodation, while Shopping Pátio Paulista and Japan House are 1 km away.
TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso is a newly built property perfectly located to enjoy a great stay in Sao Paulo. This 263 room property offers a convenient location, only 1,5km away from Paulista avenue and close to major business and tourist sights. Offers modern and comfortable non smoking room with complimentary WiFi and breakfast.
This hotel was a nice surprise. It is close to Paulista av as well as bars and restaurants. The staff is a major plus; they are kind and helpful. Breakfast is good. Room is a bit small but cozy. I can stay there again easily. Price is very good compared to what the hotel offers.
How much does a room costs at Hotel TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso?
This double room features air conditioning.
Where to book online – Hotel TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Paraiso – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo – you can find the best hotels deals in Sao Paulo during São Paulo International Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sao Paulo on Booking.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
5. Hotel Cadoro São Paulo 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo
Featuring free WiFi and an outdoor swimming pool, Hotel Cadoro São Paulo offers accommodation downtown São Paulo. Metro Station Higienópolis-Mackenzie is just 650m from the hotel, while Edifício Copan is 1 km away.
The air-conditioned rooms feature a desk, heating, a minibar and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The private bathroom is fitted with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Guests can enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant or a drink in the bar and workout at the fitness centre. Other facilities at Cadoro include valet parking and concierge service.
Frei Caneca Shopping Mall is 600 m from Hotel Cadoro São Paulo, while Edifício Itália, where beautiful views of the city can be appreciated, is just 1 km away.
The Ca’d’Oro is an independent hotel, not part of any chain or group and operates in Brazil since 1953, initially as a restaurant. Operated by Guzzoni family since the foundation, whose long tradition in high-class hotel originated in Switzerland in 1910, following then to Italy and finally Brazil, over 4 generations, passed down from father to son. Its central location, close to Avenida Paulista is “close to everything.” Since its foundation until today, was the hotel that received the most important figures who visited São Paulo and is part of the history of the city.
In 2009 we started a complete process of revitalization, knocking its 3 towers and forming a new design concept “mixed use” encompassing a residential tower and a second divided into commercial offices and the new Hotel Ca’d’Oro. The hotel now has 147 rooms, 6 event rooms, panoramic pool and fitness center, sauna, library as well as its famous restaurant. The Ca’d’Oro has always been considered beyond the more traditional, more welcoming and one of the best kitchens of.
His restaurant continues to be a star of the already overcrowded setting of the gastronomic attractions of the city, and the northern kitchen precursor of Italy in Brazil. The Ca’d’Oro word is the name given to a palace located on the Grand Canal in Venice, used in antiquity to host distinguished guests ( “DOGI”) on an official visit to that city. Today a museum, literally means in Venetian dialect “Golden House”
This is an amazing classic hotel located in São Paulo’s historic district on Rua Augusta. Known for its gastronomical experience as one of the finest italian restaurants in São Paulo, stretching back to the late 1950’s when it was founded by renowned hospitality entrepreneur, originally from northern Italy, Aurelio Guzzoni, who’s family name proudly lives to this day.
We stayed in a modern and classy suite with a terrace with one of the best views of the historic city center. The pool, gym and sauna facilities at the top of the building are perfect for relaxing and enjoying nearly a 360 view of the historic side of São Paulo.
It is walking distance to Famiglia Mancini, a classic italian restaurant located on a cosy and charming european-style street Rua Avanhandava, as well as, other touristic spots in the historical district. I would recommend staying at the Cadoro for anyone who wants to visit São Paulo for a truly historic, classy and gastronomical experience.
The Ca’ D’Oro is like staying at a St. Regis in the middle of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Wonderful, personal staff, who remembered and remarked I was a repeat visitor, and gave me a room with a spectacular view in recognition of the loyalty.
Spotless, gloriously-quiet and well-designed rooms, something that is a rarity in São Paulo.
Lovely common amenities, including a library space and a really nice rooftop pool.
Breakfast is also excellent, and very good quality.
But best of all is the location – who are all these drab people saying the area isn’t nice?
It’s one of the coolest areas of São Paulo, smack dab in the middle of downtown/Higienopolis (with fantastically hip restaurants, cafés and shopping) and Paulista (which is convenient for touristy things), close to the metro L4, which gets you anywhere in the city in no time, and in a quiet part of Rua Augusta, which has bars, restaurants, and some of the best nightlife in Brazil.
This hotel is well located in the city of São Paulo (close to the main neighborhoods, malls and the airport).
I truly recommend the restaurant (great breakfast, drinks and Italian food). The room is really spacious and clean, good internet connection and new furniture. Ask for a room at the 26th floor (the view is awesome). They also have a nice gym at the 27th floor (mostly treadmills and bikes – not so good in free weight and dumbbells). Sauna and swimming- pool are on the same building level (rooftop) and are simply a must go.
In a nutshell, food, amenities and service are really good.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Cadoro São Paulo?
This air-conditioned room features heating, a desk, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a dining area and a minibar.The private bathroom is fitted with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Where to book online – Hotel Cadoro São Paulo – Gay Friendly Hotels Sao Paulo – you can find the best hotels deals in Sao Paulo during São Paulo International Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sao Paulo on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.