Quality Hotel Faria Lima
Rua Diogo Moreira 247
Sao Paulo, 05423-010
Phone: (55) 11 21977050
Fax: (55) 11 21977051
Lions Nightclub is not just another nightclub; just like the King of the Jungle, it stands out tall and proud among other popular choices in São Paulo. Its interiors are fit for royalty with ornate lamps and chandeliers hanging from a luxurious olive green ceiling, stuffed animals lining the walls plastered with richly-designed wallpapers, magnificent ochre curtains and a polished red flooring. It boasts of multiple rooms, each designed for a different purpose such as dancing, smoking or drinking. One of its lounge areas has been decked up with special 3D effects whereas its terrace affords magnificent views of the street scene. Its theme nights host a variety of musical genres, from Electronic Dance and Rock to Pop music, giving guests diverse options to party in style.
A former church, Clube Glória's exteriors could not be more different from the spirit that rages within. Reminiscent of the disco clubs of the 80s and their attempt to recreate the elegance of their European counterparts has proved fruitful. Bright colors and vibrant lights take the cake, while a dedicated dance floor buzzes with activity. Sip on a cool cocktail and take in the vibrant ambiance. Want a respite from all that action? Lounge around on their balcony upstairs as you snuggle into cozy sofas. DJ nights and gigs are held here from time to time. Entry on Fridays and Saturdays from 11.30p. Check website for more details on current and upcoming shows.
A three tiered club with funky music and interiors, Sarajevo is quite popular with the people. Within the club, there are multiple bars and seating places. Local bands take the stage and fill this club with lively melodies, jazz, rock, samba, funk are some of the genres played here. Occasionally DJs add to the vibrant beats at Sarajevo. Call ahead for event schedule and other details.
With three different bars and a party atmosphere, Aloca is the place to be. The music is primarily a mix of 80s, rock, and alternative, and it is always packed. All kinds of people frequent the club, so you are sure to blend in. Head on over to Aloca and dance the night away!
Besides being the name of a selection of appetizers originating from Spanish cuisine, Tapas is also a popular bar and nightclub in São Paulo. With a beautiful decor that exudes creativity and intimacy, a well-equipped bar, and a host of live music performances, the Tapas Club is the ideal place to enjoy a quite drink on your own, chill out with buddies, or meet new people. There's also some excellent DJ music that this venue is famous for, and the heady combination of drinks and dance numbers are sure to make you let go of your inhibitions, and party like there's no tomorrow. And if you get hungry after all that dancing, you can feast on some delicious tapas or appetizers on offer at Tapas Club.
Since 1983, this jazz hole has provided a steady stream of innovative and challenging music, from bossa-nova fused with drum&bass to traditional samba and erudite tunes. By grabbing any seat in the place you are still assured a good view of the musicians on stage and the contagious frivolity that circulates through the room can be felt. Even the waiters join in with the dancing and festivities, all the while never forgetting a drink order or customer. This is definitely one place that matures and gets better with age, as anyone who has been here can tell you. They also serve strong drinks and the menu is focused on healthy dining, all the better for you to have the energy to dance with one of the waitstaff.
This club was once a home, a secondary school and a place where some Korean immigrants used to make confectionery goods clandestinely. The moniker comes from Iggy Pop, he gave the name to emphasize that this was the best place to have fun in the city. Iggy's band even closed the doors to the Funhouse for seven hours to record an album that lasted 36 minutes, and the album was aptly called "Funhouse." Despite this bit of history, the club presents a varied style of rock that refuses generic labels, not just punk or indie.
Located in the hip and historical center of Consolação, Inferno presents a myriad of different acts to entertain this megalopolis of nearly 12 million. All types of music are played (both live and DJ sets) as well as heterogeneous crowds on any given night. Most of the live bands that play here are from Brazil, but sometimes the rare international acts comes on through. The highlight of this club is the mezzanine, where there are views of the dancefloor, stage and of the club in general.
Great food and great jazz, this pretty much sums up the mission of Tom Jazz. Neither the music nor the food are more important at this venue, both harmoniously come together to provide visitors with a superb experience. So whether you are looking to hobnob with great musicians or provide a gustatory treat for your tongue, Tom Jazz is the place to visit.
Run by a Brazilian couple, Astronete is quite popular amongst the locals and tourists alike. The space consists of a pub and dance floor, both of which are crowded most of the times. The ambiance is retro, with music from the 1950s to the 1970s blasting from the speakers. The continuous flow of beer and beverages that keeps people coming back for more. Call ahead or check the website for further information.
Hot Hot is the proof of how a depleted and a broken building can be converted into a hub of nightlife. Housed in a discarded structure, the two floored building was revamped and life was blown into it after Hot Hot was opened here. Hot Hot is the definition of what a nightclub should be like. The place hosts some live concerts and DJ events on regular bases apart from the famous in-house DJ who keeps the energy levels high with his rocking dance numbers. The ambiance of the entire place resembles a large post modernist painting with graffiti and colors splashed all over its walls combined with large electro lights. If you get tired of the loud music and equally loud decor, simply climb up on the second floor to the lounge and relax there with a few drinks. All in all, if you plan to go clubbing in São Paulo, heat up your night out with a visit to Hot Hot.
Alberta #3 is a three-storied nightclub that boasts of a bar on each floor and multiple dance areas, including one in the basement. Paying homage to the multi-talented American musician Bob Dylan, this club has been named after his two songs known as Alberta # 1 and Alberta # 2. A huge poster of this iconic singer adorns the wall; its sepia tones with yellowish tinges lend a sentimental charm to this place. Guests can let their hair down and dance to a variety of genres including Soul, Rock 'n' Roll, Indie Rock, Classic Rock and Electronic Dance music. For a more premium experience, head to their whiskey bar, which is frequented by smart business executives. Keep an eye out for their free entry nights and Happy Hours for the best deals on drinks and parties.