JW Marriott Hotel São Paulo

A Brazil-inspired luxury oasis

Luxury was no afterthought at JW Marriott Hotel São Paulo, which debuted in 2022. Marble-clad and thoroughly modern, Marriott’s first property in Brazil’s most populous city provides an elegant oasis from the hustle and bustle without losing touch with its local roots.

Known for its energetic streets filled with lively crowds, Sao Paulo can be an exhausting endeavor. That’s where the high-end hotel comes in. A central lobby bar specializing in the caipirinhaBrazil’s national drink, offers a chic space to escape, as does a modern indoor-outdoor swimming pool. A spa featuring locally inspired treatments invites you to experience Sao Paulo-style relaxation, while 258 spacious accommodations provide a quiet spot to rest your head after a day of sightseeing.

From the restaurants to the artwork lining its walls, JW Marriott Hotel São Paulo eschews the traditional cookie-cutter property in favor of a local — and much more enjoyable — flavor.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • When in Sao Paulo, do as the locals do and sip on a caipirinhawhile listening to live music. Luckily, the luxury hotel offers both at the sleek and stylish Caju Bar.
  • Sicily meets Sao Paulo at dining venue Neto. A seasonally inspired menu features dishes like a hearty stew with Bragança pork sausage, handmade pasta enriched with local cheeses and sorbets made with Brazilian fruits like jabuticaba and cupuaçu.
  • Locally inspired touches can even be found in the hallways leading to your spacious room. Look for accents made from banana fibers and patterned rugs inspired by the nearby Pinheiros River.
  • For the ultimate Sao Paulo stay, check into the 2,000-square-foot Presidential Suite. The modern-meets-contemporary space boasts a living room, dining room and wet bar all doused in natural light from oversized windows overlooking the city skyline.
  • Unwind in JW Marriott Hotel São Paulo’s heated indoor-outdoor pool. Plush loungers and daybeds invite you to sunbathe on warm afternoons while a sleek black marble interior allows for rainy day dips.

The Look

  • The chic hotel lobby makes a striking statement with its black marble floors and floor-to-ceiling mirrors lining the walls. The sleek space is anchored by the dark wood Caju Bar, where cocktails have a Brazilian twist.
  • A subtle Brazilian touch can be found in the artwork lining the lobby. Look for décor carved from Brazilian hardwoods by local artisans and pieces by Sao Paulo native and renowned landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx.
  • Another striking feature of JW Marriott Hotel São Paulo’s lobby is the ostentatious vermillion staircase leading up to the event spaces. Trimmed with gold, the Venetian plaster structure does double duty as both a walkway and a statement piece of art.
  • Art lovers will want to pay close attention to the collection lining the walls of the hotel. Works by Brazilian artists like Regina de Barros, Ramon Martins and Rubens Ianelli can be found dotted across the property.
  • Even the Sao Paulo hotel’s landscaping features a Brazilian influence. Architect Sérgio Santana utilized native Atlantic Forest trees and plants in the design of the grounds to attract native birds and animals as well as guests.

24-hour room service
Fitness classes
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
14401 Avenida das Nações Unidas, Chácara Santo Antônio, Sao Paulo 04794-000 Brazil
CGH (14-35 min)   GRU (55 min-1 hr 50 min)  
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