Quality Suites Imperial Hall
Rua da Consolacao, 3555
Sao Paulo, 01416-001
Phone: (55) 11 21374555
Fax: (55) 11 21374560
Rua da Consolacao, 3555, Sao Paulo, BR, 01416-001
- Phone: (55) 11 21374555
- Fax: (55) 11 21374560
In Brazil, the place to be is the beach. Stroll the sands in style with bikinis from famed designer Amir Slama, whose work has been featured in such prestigious events as New York Fashion Week. The versatile styles are crafted using a number a different fabrics to fit a variety of people and styles. Slama designs beachwear for both men and women.
Brazilian native and fashion stylist, Tufi Duek, extends his passion for style by way of Forum. With the brand's logo coined by Mauricio de Oliveira, its flagship store was launched in 1987. The trendy boutique ups Rue Oscar Freire's trend quotient by matching addresses with international powerhouses like Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Marc Jacobs, and Salvatore Ferragamo. The unrivaled collection features a plethora of stylish bags, shoes, belts, sunglasses, eye-gear, lingerie and perfume. With outlets across the country, the label is a popular favorite among celebrities and trendsetting global icons.
Clube Chocolate is a glitzy multi-storeyed building that is a tourist attraction in itself. The structure is a mélange of concrete, wood, steel and stone, with haute couture displays. Inside, a collection of street denims, chic party dresses, knee-high boots, home decor, pottery, sculptures, toys and accessories greets you. The architecture of Clube Chocolate is noteworthy for its innovatively designed windows and play of colors. Local and international designers are well represented here.
Lita Mortari is known for classy and elegant partywear for women. Located in Rua Bela Cintra in Jardins, which is lined with niche, upscale brands, the store features gorgeous dresses made from finest fabrics that will dazzle any soiree. Having four stores across the city, Lita Mortari is easily one of the best designer clothing brand for cocktail dresses.
Marcedinho Chic is one part craft fair and one part boutique at the retail-heavy intersection of Rua Oscar Freire and Rua Haddock Lobo. The twenty four stalls inside the market space brim with an assortment of accessories, clothing, jewelry and more, some stands representing more established independent brands while others simply showcase the work of a local craft maker. The selection frequently shifts at Mercadinho, so guests who are on the fence about a purchase ought to think long and hard about it before returning to find the item, if not the whole stall, replaced by something new. Created by Jair Mercanzini, Mercadinho Chic is a top-notch spot to stock up on one-of-a-kind local souvenirs and crafts.
Established in 1924, Galeria Arte Brasileria is probably older than most such establishments in the city and is still going strong. The delightful store has put its heart into arts and crafts that come only from Brazil. From hammocks and sculptures to paintings and folk art, you'll find everything to be uniquely Brazilian. Reflective of the number of years they've been around, you're most likely to find exquisite and rare pieces here.
The name Granado has enjoyed a long-standing association with au naturale cosmetics. Established in 1870 by José Antônio Coxito Granado, the debut collection was manufactured with floral extracts from the founder's farm. Albeit having been inherited over three generations, the brand retains its original commitment to quality. The line of vegetable soaps, herbal creams and plant-based lotions is a by-product of a nurtured relationship with nature. Traditional techniques combine with European formulas to create breakthrough and effective products for beauty and wellness. It extends its environmental consciousness with ethical testing, the absence of artificial agents and recycled-paper packing.
Dedicated wholly to the Brazilian dessert, brigadeiro, Maria Brigadeiro is located in Pinheiros neighborhood of São Paulo. Established in 2007 by gourmet baker Juliana Motter, the store takes large and small orders for many different varieties of the confection. Ranging from classics like dark chocolate, milk chocolate to the nuttier pistachio or almonds, from the fruitier orange or mango to the more exotic sesame flavor and even the Indian masala flavor, you can take your pick from over forty different versions of brigadeiros. All products are hand-made, using the best ingredients available which reflects in every bite of the favorite Brazilian bonbon from Maria Brigadeiro.
Take home something exclusively Brazilian from Arte Tribal’s remarkable collection of gifts and souvenirs. From clichéd keychains, hats and bottle openers, to more unique tapestries, ceramics and handicrafts, this store has something for everyone. A browse through these traditional products and regional artisan work offers a glimpse into the nation’s vibrant culture and heritage.
If you are a huge fan of soccer and in particular, the Santos FC - the professional Brazilian Football Club in the state of Sao Paulo - then Vila do Santos is definitely the place for you. From shirts, key chains, jerseys and sports gear, fans will not be disappointed by the merchandise this store provides. Vila do Santos also has a plethora of items supporting the Brazilian national team. No matter the age or gender, fans can stop by to represent their favorite teams.
Running parallel to the high-fashion street Oscar Freire, the Alameda Lorena street market is a great addition to Brazil's dynamic shopping scene. Open on Sundays until 2p, it stretches between Rua Augusta and Rua Haddock Lobo. On sale are farm-fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, herbs and spices. Local specialties and fast food stalls are popular pit stops. Savor delectable acarajes (traditional re-fried bean dumplings) and arguably the best pastel in town (minced meat and cheese wrapped in pastry and deep fried to perfection). The diversity and bustle are synonymous with São Paulo's infectious vibe.
Since its inception in 1926, Casa Santa Luzia has established itself as a leading retailer of gourmet products. Spread over two levels, the ingenious arrangement of luxury foods encompass local and international markets. Stroll down aisles of fresh fruits and vegetables, meat and fish, oils, exotic dressings, herbs, sauces, vinegar, specialty tea and coffee. For those with a sweet tooth, foreign chocolates share space with freshly baked confectionery, the kind you can sample before you buy. The cellar boasts Belgian ales, German beer and Argentinian wine, while cured cheeses and charcuterie are must-samples. The hands-on sales personal ensure an unrivaled shopping experience.