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Hotel Village
Hotel Village
7.3 Good
Rua Prates, 936, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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2.4 km from city centre, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil 
GoodBased on 611 reviews
7.3

Conveniently located in the middle of the city, this 3-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Sao Paulo. It also provides luggage storage and a 24-hour reception.

Luz Plaza São Paulo
Luz Plaza São Paulo
8.7 Excellent
Rua Prates 145 Bom Retiro, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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1.6 km from city centre, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil 
ExcellentBased on 797 reviews
8.7

Boasting a popular location, the hotel provides views of Parque da Luz and Sao Paulo, and is a short walk from Sala Sao Paulo. It is ideally situated in the city centre.

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Cheapest month:February
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Bom Retiro:₱2,625/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱1,031/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
₱1,031 - ₱4,018
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₱1,477 - ₱4,258
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Hotel Village
Hotel Village
7.3 Good
Rua Prates, 936, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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2.4 km from city centre,  

Conveniently located in the middle of the city, this 3-star hotel makes for an excellent base in Sao Paulo. It also provides luggage storage and a 24-hour reception.

₱670
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Luz Plaza São Paulo
Luz Plaza São Paulo
8.7 Excellent
Rua Prates 145 Bom Retiro, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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1.6 km from city centre,  

Boasting a popular location, the hotel provides views of Parque da Luz and Sao Paulo, and is a short walk from Sala Sao Paulo. It is ideally situated in the city centre.

₱2,297
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About Bom Retiro

Sprawling along the Tietê River in central São Paulo, Bom Retiro is a busy commercial and industrial hub. It flourished as one of São Paulo’s richest neighbourhoods during Brazil’s coffee boom years, with a scattering of historical landmarks and a vibrant Koreatown.

The historic Luz Railway Station lies in the south-east corner of Bom Retiro, built in the late 19th century as the headquarters of the São Paulo Railway. The building was designed by English architect Henry Driver and assembled in Glasgow, before being shipped to São Paulo and reassembled with its distinctive clock tower. It was here that coffee was shipped to the Santos Port and imported goods arrived in the city, and today it houses the interactive Museum of the Portuguese Language which delves into its influence across not only Brazil but also Portugal’s African colonies. The station lies on the edge of Jardim da Luz, one of the oldest green spaces in São Paulo and home to the city’s oldest museum, the Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo art museum which is housed in an early 20th century mansion. The Sacred Art Museum of São Paulo is also found in the district, renowned for its Brazilian Baroque Art collection and giant Nativity scene, together with the Tom Jobim Escola de Música, dedicated to this renowned Brazilian composer and musician. Bom Retiro has officially been recognised as a Korean cultural neighbourhood, with many of the retail shops, bargain fashion outlets and eateries along Rua José Paulino and Rua 25 de Março occupied by Koreans. The district now has the second largest Asian community in the city, as well as being home to many Bolivian immigrants.

Luz Station is still a major transport hub in the area with its own subway station, while the Tiradentes metro station provides easy access to Bom Retiro along its eastern edge. Public buses access all corners of the district and guided city tours are a safe and convenient way to explore its historic landmarks.

The area that is now Bom Retiro served as the entrance point for many immigrants arriving from Santos Port to Luz Station, ready to continue their journey to the coffee plantations of Minas Gerais. The industrial factories established here gradually gave way to small retail shops in the 1960s, many of which were originally owned by European Jews, Levantine Arabs and Italians.

Bom Retiro travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Bom Retiro?

    Luz Plaza São Paulo, rated with a score of 8.7 from 797 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Bom Retiro. Other top stays include Hotel Village, with an average rating of 7.3 from 611 reviewers, and Hotel Vilamoura, with a score of 7.8 from 713 reviewers.

  • What is a good hotel near Barra da Tijuca Beach?

    A good hotel close to Barra da Tijuca Beach is Hotel Laghetto Stilo Barra Rio (rated 8.6/10 from 2,138 reviews).

  • What is a good hotel in Bom Retiro near Copacabana Beach?

    Rio Othon Palace is the most recommended hotel near Copacabana Beach on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.0 over 4,941 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near Beto Carrero World?

    A good hotel near Beto Carrero World is Villarejo Parque Hotel, which has been rated 8.6/10 by 676 HotelsCombined user reviews.