Our cozy apartment has one of the best views in São Paulo. With private bedroom and bathroom, the place is close to Paulista ave and walking distance of Ibirapuera park. Enjoy our kitchen, chill in the spacious living room or play some old school nintendo in the bedroom.
With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living-room, kitchen and a laundry space, the place will make you feel at home while staying in the heart of one of the world's biggest cities.
Guests have access to the entire apartment and have their own bedroom and bathroom. Cook, work with internet wi-fi access, wash your clothes or just watch a movie on the couch, it's all available.
Interaction with guests
Ana works at home, so she'll always be around to help. We love to interact with our guests and go for a beer or have dinner together. The Itaim neighborhood, is one of the main concentration of restaurants and gastropubs in São Paulo, so there's plenty to do in a walking distance.
Other things to note
There's a huge collection of movies guests are more then welcome to watch and a Nintendo 64 videogame to pass the time. The guest bedroom has guides and maps that are handy to explore São Paulo.
Don't forget though, the best here is the view, so it might be nice at the end of the day to grab a beer and relax in the living room while watching the sunset behind the skyscrapers.
We expect guests to act as if they were in their own house. Please clean after yourself (especially in the kitchen). We love pets!
Daniel is a filmaker who lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Maryland, USA. He frequently travels to New York and Boston for work and once in a while gets a chance to visit Europe in different film festivals .
Ana is a photographer and editor who was born in the beautiful Bertioga coast, but has adapted to life in São Paulo's skyscraper filled environment. Of course, she loves the sand and ocean and once in a while, has the chance to visit beaches around the world.
Both are married and living in a large apartment in São Paulo. They love to have guests over and meet new people, especially while having a beer or wine.