See why so many travellers make Dan Inn Planalto their hotel of choice when visiting Sao Paulo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Dan Inn Planalto, visitors can check out Mosteiro De Sao Bento (0.3 mi) and The Julio Prestes Cultural Center - Sala Sao Paulo (0.5 mi), some of Sao Paulo's top attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a minibar and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service while staying at Dan Inn Planalto. In addition, Dan Inn Planalto offers free breakfast, which will help make your Sao Paulo trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While in Sao Paulo, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Dan Inn Planalto, including A Casa do Porco (0.6 mi), Terraço Itália (0.6 mi), and Famiglia Mancini (0.9 mi).
Sao Paulo is also known for some great parks, including Ibirapuera Park, Villa Lobos Park, and Florestal Orchard of Sao Paulo, which are not too far from Dan Inn Planalto.
At Dan Inn Planalto, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Sao Paulo.
This "hotel" claims to have 3 stars +. I wouldn't even give them 1. Rudest personnel i've ever seen, they don't speak a word of English, the rooms are dirty, there's no heat, just a very poor and old AC machine. Blankets aren't thick enough. I got a cold after one night. Bathroom was small, toilets were clogged. Breakfast is terrible. Wifi keeps disconnecting because this hotel can't provide a "normal" wifi service with a security key. You have to log in all the time. I strongly don't recommend this hotel. Go to Braston Hotel. It's a 4 star with a cheap rate. Very good.
At the reception 2 guys laying down on the sofas watching TV, (the security guard and another employee), no kitchen nor room service, there was ham and cheese to make a sandwich, rooms are awful, everything is old, it has motel beds that I even thought about sleeping in my clothes, awful bathroom...
I stayed during the World Cup. The hotel is quite accessible for wheelchairs. Rooms 1110 and 1112 are accessible, providing roll-in shower and a lot of space to roll around. Big issue: the toilet does NOT have space at its side to place your wheelchair, you need to put the wheelchair in front to transfer. Good location, right next to the city's downtown; pretty close to Stock Exchange and Vale do Anhangabau. Subway and train stations pretty close. Yet, I wouldn't recommend to walk around the neighbourhood at night. Outstanding breakfast: eggs, cakes, fruits, ham, cheese, all kinds if bread; there even was an employee checking the temperature of the food! I also enjoyed having lunch and dinner. Wifi almost did not work at all. Had to connect from lobby; as I had no signal on the room. It was frustrating trying to connect my devices; there were a couple of PCs but Internet did not work good. Employees were pretty kind but none of them spoke other language but portuguese so communication was sometimes difficult. All in all, a very good hotel for its price.…
I've been staying in this hotel for more than 15 years (The name and the management changed a few times). It was a great hotel until some years ago, but it seems to hardly move onwards. It's pretty much the same as it was ten years ago. The breakfast is so-so. Was way better. The staff got relaxed - in a negative way - they don't really seems to be there to help you to have a good stay. Some of them are quite lazy, too. Not all of them are like this, though. It's not that expensive - not cheap, also. It has a terrible point: the internet in the room is paid. R$20 (about US$10) for 24 hours, or R$5 (US$2.50) for 1 hour. It seems that it's free in the lounge, but the ambient is just not pleasant, so I didn't even tried. The location is ok. Quite near a subway station (around 4 minutes walking), but everything around closes really early (after 9pm, it doesn't seems to be a nice idea to go out). There's a small market crossing the street. There's no restaurant near. The bedroom is nice, large, with a good a/c, but some of the objects are too old, not really in good shape. The TV is bad, few channels and a precarious signal.…