Caesar Park Faria Lima / Ceasar Business Faria Lima Hotel
Enjoy the cosmopolitan hospitality of the largest city in Latin America at the luxurious Caesar Park Faria Lima hotel or the Caesar Business Faria Lima hotel. Two very distinct towers, offering the best that the Caesar Resorts have to offer.
Located in the heart of the new business center of the capital of Sao Paulo, Vila Olimpia, within the Continental Square mega business complex. The hotel offers spacious suites and guest rooms, in a sophisticated and inviting environment.
Special rates for Aviation Safety Summit participants are available at both towers:
* Rates subject to a 5% City Tax & federal taxes. An additional one time porterage fee of USD 5.00 will be charged as well as a daily charge of USD 2.50 for maid service.
To book online, please click on the selected box and don't forget to include your reservation code. You may also contact Rodrigo Tort via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at: (55 11) 21 61 49 00
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The largest city in Brazil, Sao Paulo is recognized as the “business capital” for being the country’s center of commerce and finance as well as the mecca for the arts and entertainment. Although this is a well-deserved title, it falls short of revealing this great metropolis true essence; its restaurants, its intense nightlife and its busy cultural calendar. These are the main reasons responsible for prolonging the stays of those visitors who arrive in the city for work or to participate in events and who end up surrendering to these wonders.
For you to have an idea how important the Paulistano (resident of the city of São Paulo) ranks cuisine, all you need to say is that it is treated as seriously as business. That is why all those who appreciate the pleasures of food can be certain that São Paulo will never let you down. Gastronomy in São Paulo is varied, unbiased and completely cosmopolitan.
A melting pot of a kind, immigrants from every corner of Brazil and the world can be found here. You will find Jews, Italians, Japanese, Arabs, in short, people for everywhere on the planet living in communities that preserve their traditions and in perfect harmony with each other.
- You must contact your local Brazilian Embassy/Consulate to find out your applicable Entry Visa requirements.