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The quiet surroundings and easy accessibility are two of the greatest benefits of staying at the Hotel Golden Tulip São Paulo Jardins. The prime location on one of the streets parallel to Paulista Avenue provides the hotel guest with the convenience of being close to the city center and the main roads of the city with the tranquility of a residential neighborhood and extreme silence. The area around the hotel, however, provides for all your shopping needs, replete with boutiques, beauty salons, small open air markets and pleasant restaurants.
Get to know a few of the main attractions around the hotel:
MASP: The Museu de Arte de São Paulo (São Paulo Art Museum) is a definite must see in São Paulo. The attraction truly begins outside the building, with the view of the bold and impressive architecture: a building supported by four enormous columns and a great space measuring 70 meters among them where antique fairs and Paulistas from all walks of life meet up to spend time with friends. The mixture of influences and arts continues to the inside of the building where the expositions can boast of having displayed paintings by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Boticelli. This museum holds the largest collection of western art in Latin America.
Trianon Park: Trianon Park is a green and almost pastoral haven in the heart of the financial center of São Paulo. With running and walking trails, the recreation area and the lovely walk through the Burle Marx that preserved the Atlantic forest of the region make Trianon Park a refreshing option for nature and relaxation in the middle of Paulista Avenue’s fast-paced lifestyle.
Paulist Avenue: The most emblematic avenue of São Paulo is only minutes away by car and features a wide array of restaurants, offices, events and other interesting attractions, such as the FIESP and Gazeta buildings.
Ibirapuera Park: A car ride less than 4 minutes separates the Golden Tulip São Paulo Jardins from the paulista capital’s most famous park which houses the Museu de Arte Moderna, the Museum of Modern Art and Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, the Biennial Foundation of São Paulo. Bicycle and running trails run through the whole park, a weekend hotspot for tourists and locals alike.