Clarion Hotel Faria Lima
Rua Jeronimo da Veiga 248
Sao Paulo, 04536-001
Phone: (55) 11 2197-7550
Fax: (55) 11 2197-7551
Rua Jeronimo da Veiga 248 248 - Itaim, Sao Paulo, BR, 04536-001
- Phone: (55) 11 2197-7550
- Fax: (55) 11 2197-7551
If you like to party and get high on quirky entertainment then the Vermont Itaim is the place you need to check out. With live music performance, snazzy DJ nights and even an all woman Samba band performing on Sundays, the Vermont Itaim is growing as an increasingly popular nightclub in the Brazilian city of São Paulo. If the scene on the lower floor gets to suffocating, you can head over to the terrace, where you can enjoy you drink, while cocooned in the calm of the night.
For a whiff of São Paulo’s up-and-coming rock scene, head to Manifesto Rock Bar. Hard rock and heavy metal dominates the scene here with a great line-up of concerts and live music events. Previous performances have included the likes of top names Iron Maiden, Metallica and Deep Purple. Head bang to your favorite band, dance the night away to the DJs eclectic playlist, and unwind at the lounge with cocktails and spirits for happening experience.
For unlimited fun and frolic Azucar- Club Cubano is the right place. The interiors are attractive with interesting pictures on crimson walls. Cocktails are most popular here because they are blended like none other. Great music and friendly people make it difficult to stay away from the dance floor. As the evening progresses, Azucar hardly has any room to accommodate more people. So just grab your partner and put on your dancing shoes. Contact them for more information.
Red is the dominant color in this club, from the signage's to the interiors everything drips of the color. The geography of the place has been divided into two levels where one at the ground floor there is a bar and some sofas to laze on. The lounge is located on another level where there is more furniture to rest on. The place mostly plays house and alternative black genres.
The traffic jam on J.K. Avenue is the unmistakable give-away: the Charles Edward is packed again which happens just about every evening. It looks like the perfect English pub with antique furniture and a London-like atmosphere. The shows that are presented live on stage provide the perfect soundtrack to the dance floor where the mostly over-30 crowd groove to the sounds of pop music, reggae and blues. The Whisky Club boasts more than 1000 members and 50 different brands of Scotch.
Rey Castro is a well known Cuban bar that serves traditional dishes and drinks. Besides food, it is known for the interesting line-up of events and theme nights complete with funky beats spinned by the DJs; the in-house bands play the best of Latin tracks. The patrons find it difficult to sit back and end up grooving to the cool tunes. Check website for complete schedule.
This small, cozy and charming New York-style bar is a haven for jazz and Brazilian bossa nova music lovers with great performances by jazz musicians and members of well-known bands presented daily. There is a store on the first floor with hundreds of Brazilian pop and jazz CDs as well as video tapes and books. The clientele is made up by couples mainly in their 30s who fill the place every night.
Atop Hotel Unique, the exquisite Skye resto-bar promises an exhilarating time like no other. Indulge in a drink or two from the extensive list of wine and spirits to go with the complementing contemporary menu - an eclectic blend of European and Asian cuisines. The rooftop pool, tasteful decor, mood-enhancing lighting and beats, coupled with breathtaking views of São Paulo, ooze a luxurious and sophisticated aura.
Bubu Lounge is a great place to experience São Paulo nightlife. Located in Jardim Paulista, this gay club is one of the best in the city. Spread across three rooms, it has a total capacity for 1200 guests. Hit the dancefloor to the eclectic playlist and unwind on their plush sofas with drinks and spirits for a fabulous time.
With the advent of punk, pop and metal, the good old classic songs seem to be fading away and so is the trend to play these at a club. With electronic and house music being played at clubs these days, The History is one place where you can actually listen to the epic songs from 1970's, 1980's, and 1990's. So just wear your best, grab a drink and groove to the evergreen songs from the 1980's.
Ringue Lounge is a great addition to São Paulo's nightlife scene. With an eclectic schedule of events held here every week, it draws in the crowds for live gigs of myriad genres. The space is decorated in plush red, gold and velvet to resemble a boxing ring. Sip on their signature cocktails and let your hair down on the spacious dance floor. With a capacity of 100 guests, it is also ideal for hosting private events.
Most Paulistas like to differentiate themselves from the Cariocas, or denizens from Rio, but there is one thing they have in common, both cities get started late and nobody would dare set foot in a club before 11pm. Tribe House is the quintessential party club that fits this description, considered by many to be the best club to dance in the city. They have an excellent and eclectic assortment of music on any given night, top-shelf whiskeys and some of the most beautiful patrons you could ask for; in fact, this club is a great place to meet that special someone.