Hotel Unique in Sao Paulo, Brazil
A stunning, award-winning hotel located on a residential area of Săo 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 Săo 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 Săo 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
I stayed in the hotel for 5 nights and while the staff were fantastic, the Skye bar lovely (including the food/cocktails), there were some basic problems. The maintenance of the hotel was lacking. There was damage on walls, paint, mirrors. The gym is terrible and depressing. The room was very small, but very expensive. It seems that the only reason to stay in the hotel is the Skye bar, the only attraction. If you are looking to stay in the âmiddle of the actionâ in SP, this is not the Hotel for you. The location is a little remote, although this does afford amazing views of the city (from the Skye bar). Overall, this was a disappointing and expensive stay. I suspect that in a few years, this will be an âaverageâ Hotel. If I could give a 3.5 rating, I would.
john k - Zurich, Switzerland
Hotel Unique was perfect! The Nicest room we had in Brazil. The sky bar and pool were outstanding. We also enjoyed the welcome treats, indoor pool, sauna, steam room , and fitness centre, were great as well.
kemrybrett - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
I do not regret my business trip to Sao in this UNIQUE hotel! The design architecture of the hotel is surprising. The location in Jardins is safe and convenient for a trip in this city. The service is pro. The room are big, comfy (bed is awesome) with a great bathroom which could have been "refreshed". Apparently the hotel is renovating all rooms. If you have the choice, take a room on the street because on the other side there may be some noise coming from the conditioning chillers. The top is the roof with the great red pool, amazing views of the city and a good restaurant that I only tried for breakfast: excellent!
Flo2lux - New York City, New York
Spent couple of days as part of a business trip. The room was of very good size, very nice design, very light and very confortable. The bathroom was of good size with a great shower, with good water pressure. The breakfast served on the top floor is very good, with multiple options and the joy of being outside. A great hotel
Hotel UNIQUE Now, a REAL HOME !!! I write this during a cold morning in New York City, where I live. Iâve just returned from the Hotel Unique, where I virtually âlivedâ for an entire three months. Can I be called a âresidentâ by now? I guess I could. If the Unique were to be a country, Iâd most certainly have a Green Card by now. Over the past 12 months I must have accumulated more than my fare share of (at least) five months (if not more) of staying at that spending piece of architecture, friendliness, hospitality and just about every single compliment you can think of in terms of a hotel. And, in spite of its grandiose and daring design â its magnificent and revolutionary architectural design by Ruy Ohtake (somewhat Japanese, somewhat in the future), you will be greeted at the door by the likes of Kleber Santiago, most probably the friendliest smile and most courteous person youâll ever meet. His personal stories are fun, intelligent, worldly. His smile is contagious. As you enter, in the left hand corner of this stark high granite hall, all exquisite (I never cease to me amazed at this building, no matter how many times per day I enter or exit), youâll find â tucked away, in a triangular corner, a huge sculpture of Saint George, killing the Dragon. This is a huge contrast to this building and a great part of Brazilian popular/ folk culture but itâs there to tell you something: youâve entered into a great melting pot of cultures. The hotel Unique is a great celebration of cultures. This is what Iâve learned from living there for three months and talking to all their employees and getting to know their stories. And what fabulous stories they are. As for example, their concierge, Sergio Menezes; one of the most cultivated men Iâve known, capable of disserting about Shakespeare as well as Samuel Beckett (my turf, of course) as well as traditions of remote countries in the world â where he has been. Or one of the managers, Fabiola Carezzato, who, in spite of her surname, is half Japanese (following the tradition of the hotel), she goes out of her way to make things better than just right, and to make sure things are in place and in perfect order. I canât list everyone. But I can mention the fabulous addition of the restaurant manager and sommelier Jonathan Appelt, a native of Berlin, a man interested in innovating the âwine fleetâ and investing in the biological / organic wines that are booming along the world. Jonathan has brought a new kind of vision to this rooftop restaurant (SKYE), a restaurant brilliantly run by award winning Franch Chef Emmanuel Bassoleil. The food is simply indescribably delicious. Other than eating at the hotel every day (before and after performances of my play), I only went to DOM and Esther. Yes, this is a little bit of this fantastic atmosphere which the Unique provides. And to top it all, there is a larger than life person, a beautiful person, Nellia Paula, who seems to be the head waitress at the SKYE. No matter how youâre feeling, low, very low or even lower, with one tiny smile and a hug by her, youâll be up and about your day wanting to enjoy life, thanking everyone for yet another day. âA coconut Gerald?â â Yes, Paula, please. And my usual frozen AĂ§ai in a bowl.â Both Paula and Jonathan smile, since this routine went on for three unstoppable months. I've stayed in hundreds of hotels around the world over these decades. Maybe even a thousand. No kidding. This one is, indeed, unique. Good Lord and how much do I miss them! LOVE ENJOY Gerald Thomas
Gerald T - New York City, New York