São Paulo, Brazil

Fasano São Paulo

Rates per night from$455.00

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD455.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.


Slick city pad


Jazzy Jardins party

In the heart of São Paulo’s swankiest neighbourhood, Fasano São Paulo hotel is a tower of mid-century magnetism, blending clubby furnishings and imported international materials in rooms with world-class views. At night, the city’s in crowd heads to the hotel for booths at Fasano, the best-in-class Italian restaurant, and caipirinhas at the bossa nova bar.

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Need to know


Sixty, including 10 suites.


Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from $455.00, excluding tax at 5 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of $9.00 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Rates do not include breakfast.


Superstar Brazilian architects Isay Weinfeld and Marcio Kogan teamed up to create the 1930s-inspired building, including the towering lobby, with its long copper front desk and a wall of imported English bricks.

At the hotel

Spa, gym, WiFi (R$45 a day). In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, iPod docking station, minibar, free bottled water, coffee machine.

Our favourite rooms

Opt for a higher floor to best take in the hotel’s breath-snatching city views. The suites are ideal for families or fashion hounds, with extra lounging space, including sprawling walk-through wardrobes.


The indoor heated plunge pool is on one of the highest floors of the tower, with four windows for perfect views of the city.


Up in the tower, the spa by Renata de Abreu offers a range of treatments, including hot-stone massages and a Cleopatra-inspired bath.

Packing tips

Bring binoculars for peeping far-flung corners of the city from the hotel tower. The musically inclined should bring composition books, lest inspiration strike at the jazz bar.


All public areas are wheelchair accessible, and there are rooms with roll-in showers.


Small dogs under 7kg can stay, for $350 per booking. The hotel will provide food, bowls, a dog beg and welcome signage. See more pet-friendly hotels in São Paulo.


Children of all ages are welcome. The hotel has child-size dressing gowns and flip flops, as well as welcome treats for little ones.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Couples should request a two-top in the centre of the dining room, beneath the massive skylight.

Dress Code

Pack your Prada: the hotel is a favorite of the Brazilian fashion crowd, and the clientele dress to suit the mid-century Milanese vibe.

Hotel restaurant

The food is one of the top reasons to visit Fasano: Restaurante Fasano is considered the city’s best Italian restaurant, and one of the top destinations in all of South America. A beautiful space with soaring ceilings, the restaurant racks up most of the city’s culinary awards, and is ideal for special dinners. The menu fuses Italian classics with Brazilian ingredients, and is best paired with the exclusive Barolos sourced on the team’s special tasting trips. The trattoria-style second restaurant, Nonno Ruggero, is open from breakfast through dinner, and is ideal for families.

Hotel bar

There are two bars. The clubby, comfortable lobby bar serves drinks and snacks throughout the day. The classic Baretto bar is renowned for its live jazz and bossa nova. Order a caipirinha, settle into a green leather banquette and watch some of the country’s greatest musicians, including Caetano Veloso and Bebel Gilberto, take the stage.

Last orders

Breakfast is on offer at Nonno Ruggero from 7am until 11am; the restaurant closes at midnight. Fasano serves dinner from 6pm until midnight. The lobby bar is open from 7am until midnight, and Baretto bar from 7pm until 3am.

Room service

Breakfast and a shortened menu are on offer 24 hours a day.


Photos Fasano São Paulo location
Fasano São Paulo
Rua Vittorio Fasano, 88 Jardins
Sao Paulo


São Paulo’s main airport, Guarulhos, is 30km away (an hour’s drive) from Fasano; hotel staff can organise airport transfers for no additional charge. There are regular flights from London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle, along with most major American cities.


On-site parking is available for R$60 a day, though drivers beware: traffic can be brutal in São Paulo.

Worth getting out of bed for

As South America’s biggest city, sprawling São Paulo has plenty to keep visitors occupied.

Bibliophiles and architecture buffs alike should pop around the corner to gorgeous bookstore Livraria da Vila (Alameda Lorena, 1731;), a printed-word playground designed by Fasano’s architect, Isay Weinfeld, and featuring rotating shelves, 360-degree book rooms and three stories of literary enticements.

The city is spoiled for museums, including MASP, the São Paulo Museum of Art, a 20-minute walk from the hotel, which holds the city’s most impressive selection of works, including several by Van Gogh, Modigliani and Renoir. Athletically inclined visitors should drop-kick their way into the Museu do Futebol for goal-worthy shots and a detailed history of the country’s love of the sport.

Local restaurants

Around the corner from the hotel, Brasil a Gosto serves creative Brazilian fare, with a focus on local ingredients. , an award-winning restaurant run by a husband-and-wife team, is also renowned for its Brazilian dishes, including ingredients like jabuticaba, yucca, and manioc root. The confidently named ‘perfect’ egg lives up to all expectations.


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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this boutique hotel in São Paulo and unpacked their Havaianas flip-flops and jazz albums, a full account of their urban luxury break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Hotel Fasano São Paulo…

How does one building stand out in South America’s biggest metropolis? Hotel Fasano São Paulo creates a Sampa sanctuary, taking the city back to its roots with great food, mid-century style and one of the best jazz bars on the continent.

Designed by native superstars Isay Weinfeld and Marcio Kogan, the towering hotel pulls together the best in design, including warm wood, imported English bricks, travertine marble, clubby leather and Eames chairs. The result is Brazil at its best, with smartly styled rooms as the perfect vantage point for views of swanky Jardins, home to the city’s best shopping.

Fasano also has evening activities locked down, with rustic pastas and meats at Fasano, the hotel’s century-old Italian stallion. Then end the night with caipirinhas and live music at Baretto, where all of the city action fades under the slow, smooth sounds of classic Brazilian bossa nova.

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