Hotel Unique in Sao Paulo, Brazil
A stunning, award-winning hotel located on a residential area of São Paulo, Hotel Unique is a wonder of modern architecture. Both original and intriguing, this hotel has an elegant contemporary design which attracts guests from all over the world. Guest rooms are comfortable and continue with the intriguing architecture of the hotels – most with no right angles and circular windows like over-sized portholes. Unmatched service from the friendly staff will make everyone feel right at home, and premium amenities, comfortable furniture and modern design combine to make these rooms the perfect retreat from the bustling city life.
Ideally located within walking distance from Ibirapuera Park, shopping and other attractions, Hotel Unique is a great place for guests who seek to explore this vibrant city. Soak in the sun while taking in the beautiful views of Ibirapuera Park and the entire São Paulo skyline at the rooftop pool. It is also the place to be when the sun sets as well. At Skye Restaurant, guests can enjoy delicious cuisine and drinks as the city lights sparkle in the night sky, making a remarkable and enchanting way to discover São Paulo.
Location of Hotel Unique
Nearest Airport: GRU, VCP
Amenities for Hotel Unique
- Rooftop Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Wellness Center
- Rooftop Pool
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Catering Services
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hotel Unique
A modern, trendy hotel with unusually dark halls and elevators, and nice rooms, though the room controls are over-complicated. The rooftop bar is the scene for Sao Paulo, and the fresh air is invigorating. The health club is very cool and well equipped. The food is only average, though, which is disappointing.
MikeMcG2015 - Baltimore, Maryland
Hotel Unique is a spectacular building with hughe volumes and nice circle windows. All in the room is white, which is nice but a little cold at some point. And at the opposite, corridors are too dark. Service was impeccable. Restaurant and pool on the top floor are great and offer nice views on the city.
Monolakke - Paris, France
There is nothing to do there except the sky lounge which is really nice. But it is overpriced. The quality of food and service is great. But I think overall the hotel looks boeinf I don't know why it is showing as a top attraction in Sao Paulo
Sarah E - Giza, Al Jizah, Egypt
I travel a lot for work all over the world and stay in top hotels such as Waldorf Astoria in NYC, Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, St Regis, etc. Hotel Unique is the best I've ever been. First, the service is really incredible ... almost like they do favors for you. They always remember you by name, they know when you come back, they know your preferences. During first time they escort you to your room and show all the amenities and also tour facilities such as the gym. Then the facilities. The lobby is impressive, bar "Wall" is like no other, Skye restaurant has one of the best views of SP. Gym sits on top of the pool so you can run on top of water, there is a slider to take you to the pool. There is art everywhere, from the chairs in the library to the designer sofas, to a statue of SÃ£o Jorge. Rooms are functional, they have bluetooth so you can listen from your phone, towels are heated, the bathtub window opens to the room, the room window is automatic. It's uber cool! Having dinner at Skye is an experience like no other in SP. Food is incredible from renowned chef Emmanuel Bassoleil ... with a great wine list. Some of the most beautiful people in the city dine there. While you are waiting for your table you can head to the deck and enjoy one of the best skyline views of the city. The hotel is expensive but clearly worth every penny (... or centavo).
dmartines - Lexington, Massachusetts
One does wonder what to make out of the CondeNast Ratings when this hotel apparently has been elected as "The Best Hotel in South America" in 2016.... The hotel is located in what appears to be partially residential/partially business neighborhood close to a park (although no one would recommend walking or jogging there given that this is Sao Paulo) and definitely stunning in its design outside, the lobby and its roof-top. The hallways leading to your rooms are nearly completely dark and once you have figured out where your room is located you are vexed with the circular window and the sliding wall used to close it. You discover your coffee-machine and notice you will be charged by the capsule. The room is fairly sized, the bathroom functional. You find your way to a rather small gym in the basement perched above a colorful swimming-"pool" (i.e. basin). Breakfast is served on the top-floor, good but more or less standard. Key take-away: outside design alone does not make a hotel "best"!
MJN - Salzburg, Austria