Hotels near Sao Paulo (GRU-Guarulhos - Governor Andre Franco Montoro Intl.)

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Sao Paulo (GRU-Guarulhos - Governor Andre Franco Montoro Intl.) Hotels

Bidding “ola” and “tchau” to 10s of millions of passengers each year, Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) is one of the busiest airports in all of Latin America. Spliced through by the Tropic of Capricorn, it provides connections throughout The Americas, as well as cities in Asia, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. On-site you’ll find a trove of tantalizing eateries and beckoning shops, whilst minutes away the bewilderingly big city of Sao Paulo offers an endless palate of experiences.

Hotels in Sao Paulo (GRU-Guarulhos - Governor Andre Franco Montoro Intl.)

The hotels near Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport range from budget-friendly inns and chain name hotels, to upscale establishments featuring pools, saunas, and onsite restaurants. You’ll find plenty more choice in Downtown Sao Paulo too, whether you want a thrifty sleepover, or a stylish high rise stay with a cityscape view.

Where to stay

Sao Paulo is chock-full of everything, from glossy cultural centers and world-class museums, to foodie-approved restaurants, mall and market-style shopping, and jumping nightclubs. If you want to get your teeth into a little bit of everything however, Downtown Sao Paulo makes an ideal central base. Adorned with historical architecture, its centerpiece is the picturesque Praca da Se square, which boasts the ornate Sao Paulo Cathedral.

How to get to Sao Paulo (GRU-Guarulhos - Governor Andre Franco Montoro Intl.)

Sao Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport provides year-round scheduled services to many major cities in The Americas, including Bogota, Buenos Aires, Havana, Lima, Mexico City, and Santo Domingo. There are also non-stop flights to further afield destinations including Amsterdam, London, Madrid, Beijing, Dubai, and New York, among many others. If you’re staying in Sao Paulo once you’ve arrived, it’s around a 40 kilometer journey to the city center. The airport is regularly served by public buses that make their way there, whilst taxis make a more convenient, but more expensive alternative.

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