Area Attractions


The largest city in the Southern and Western Hemispheres, thriving São Paulo serves as a worldwide center for commerce, arts, and entertainment. To fully experience the city, stroll down Paulista Avenue, the city's main artery lined with shops, restaurants, and cultural centers, which hosts a massive street fair each Sunday.

Grand Hyatt São Paulo

Avenida das Nacoes Unidas 13.301
Sao Paulo, Brazil, 04578-000



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Morumbi Shopping

One of the largest malls in the city, Morumbi Shopping lies just a few blocks from the hotel and features more than 450 department and specialty stores, plus restaurants, a movie theater, an arcade, and an indoor playground.

Market Place Mall

This high-end shopping center offers apparel and goods by local designers and international brands. Sample authentic Brazilian cheese bread, savor a meal at one of the many restaurants, or enjoy family fun at the kids' park and movie theater.

Praça Benedito Calixto

Experience authentic São Paulo at this Saturday flea market known for antiques and collectibles, wood furniture, silverware, and art. You can listen to local street bands and browse boutiques in the surrounding square.

Liberdade Street Market

Witness the heritage of Japan's largest emigre community at this outdoor market every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. You can browse artisan booths offering Asian wares, crafts, plants, and delicious street food.


Street Musicians

São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP)

This stunning building on Paulista Avenue epitomizes modern Brazilian architecture. It houses the finest collection of European art in South America and an extensive body of Brazilian art. Each Sunday it hosts a celebrated antiques market.

Pinacoteca do Estado

Founded in 1905, the museum is located in a stunning reclaimed building in the old downtown area. The collection focuses on Brazilian works from the 19th century onward, with an emphasis on contemporary art.

São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound

Established in 1970, the museum is devoted to the study and collection of new media works such as photography, film and video, audio, and graphic design. Screenings and other events take place monthly.

Museu do Futebol (Soccer Museum)

Learn about Brazil's beloved sport through interactive displays, photos, and ephemera from the game. This family-friendly museum located at Pacaembu Stadium is a must-see for soccer fans and fosters appreciation for the uninitiated.

Parks + Landmarks


Ibirapuera Park

One of Latin America's largest urban parks, this oasis in the city includes buildings by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. Along with lakes, green spaces, and trails, it holds a large music venue and multiple museums of art and culture.

Parque do Povo (People’s Park)

Inaugurated in 2008, this park in the trendy Itaim Bibi neighborhood is accessible by bike or scooter from the path that runs past the hotel. The park features multi-sports courts, outdoor exercise equipment, walking paths, and gardens.

São Paulo Municipal Theatre

Completed in 1911, this grand building is admired for its elegant facade and rich interior reminiscent of the Paris opera house. It hosts the Symphonic Orchestra, Lyric Choir, City Ballet, and other events. Free guided tours are available.

São Paulo Cathedral

The towering neo-Gothic cathedral architecture features colorful stained glass and one of largest organs in Latin America. Intricate carvings throughout represent Brazil's flora and fauna, including coffee beans, pineapples, and armadillos.