*****One of the 2 best hostels in Sao Paulo, chosen by the most important brazilian travel guide: Guia 4 Rodas ( http://viajeaqui.abril.com.br/estabelecimentos/br-sp-sao-paulo-hospedagem-uvaia-hostel )*****
*****Uvaia Hostel is #1 of 225 in Sao Paulo on TripAdvisor.com*****
The guests will find more than a really good hostel structure, they will also find that cozy home sweet home feeling, a super comfy bed,
24/7 reception and bar services in a space truly devoted to art with turnover exhibitions, movies, artistic and musical influences and performances!
A space where the new and different really counts!
Our little retreat in Vila Mariana is from now on yours as well, is a shared space for heart and minded people that love to add and share.
We want you to live, dream and exchange.
Welcome and make yourself at home!
From Wednesdays to Saturdays we got doubles for you! Wednesday is Double Caipirinha, Thursday is the Double Cachaça day, Friday Double Whiskey and Saturday Double Vodka to get you ready for the party. All from 7pm to 9pm
We have 3 dorms and 1 private bedroom with confortable beds, ultra soft pillows, electrical outlet and individual lights for each bed
Nice common kitchen for those who like to cook
Breakfast included - with natural orange juice, home made bread, fruits, coffee,milk and more
Feijoada & Samba Event
Free WiFi and 2 computers if you didn't bring yours
An outdoor area to relax listening to some music, reading a book or chatting with old friends and just met friends!
Friendly and welcoming staff
If you have to cancel your booking, you must do it at least 48hrs before arrival.
Check in: 14:00
Check out: 12:00
If you book between December 15th and March 15th you will be charged 50% in advance in order to secure your booking (non refundable).
You also may be contacted by the property requesting the CVV code of the credit card used for this booking or asked for a deposit.
This also applies if your booking is during a national holiday, New Years eve or Carnival.
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