5* Hilton Morumbi

Hilton Morumbi is a luxury hotel within easy reach of the circuit (approx. 20 minutes transfer time). At 28 stories, and with a pool on the top floor, it boasts panoramic views of skyline and The Estaiada Bridge. The dining options at the Hilton are excellent. Try the modern Armazém Morumbi, or admire the artwork suspended from the ceiling as you dine in Canvas. The alter serves contemporary Brazilian cuisine, accompanied by a choice from the 170-label wine cellar. There is live music in the bar area of Canvas and a tempting cocktail list to round off the evening. Rooms at the Hilton are large and comfortable, offering all the usual inclusions that one would expect from the brand. There is also the Amazonian Spa, fitness room, sauna and of course the pool which has one of the best views in Sao Paulo.

  • 2 night minimum stay
  • Inclusive of breakfast & taxes
  • Choice of 503 room and suites
  • 25 minutes by car to the circuit
  • In-house dining provided via a range of restaurants and bars
  • Indoor pools, sauna, spa & fitness centre
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