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Four Seasons Hotel and Residences São Paulo at Nações Unidas Opens in Brazil

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Four Seasons Hotel and Residences São Paulo at Nações Unidas Makes Its Mark in Brazil’s Largest City

The 258-room Hotel is located amid the leafy green spaces along the Pinheiros river in southern Sao Paulo. Hotel guests, residents and locals can now enjoy a new restaurant and a lounge, an oasis-like spa, and a variety of event spaces that can accommodate anything from a private board meeting to multi-room conferences, social galas and weddings for up to 400 attendees.

"Sao Paulo has held a special place in my heart for many years. Now, the opportunity to welcome our first guests from the community and around the world to a city that continues to evolve and excite is a dream come true," says General Manager Michael Schmid, who has returned to Brazil to lead a team of 220 carefully selected staff who are united in their desire to ensure that every guest's stay is memorable.

Chef Concierge Luca Medeiros offers a wealth of reasons to be among the new Hotel's first guests. "We are particularly excited to welcome Formula 1 fans from around the globe during the Brazilian Grand Prix from November 9 to 11, which takes place at the Autódromo de Interlagos just minutes from Four Seasons, and of course here in Sao Paulo we host the world's largest comic con, CCXP, from December 6 to 9."

Just past the welcoming smiles of the Hotel's team of doormen, bellhops and valets, guests entering the new Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo are immersed in a gallery-like domed space that showcases contemporary works by local artists including a trio of sculptures by Francisco Brennand, a bold and striking painting by Burle Marx, and additional furnishings and works by Tora Brasil and other local designers and artists. A truly stunning spiral staircase floats its way up to the ballroom against a shimmering wall that captures light from both the outdoors and the space's dramatic chandeliers.

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