Ca'd'Oro Hotel


Ca'd'Oro has always been considered more traditional, the most welcoming and with one of the best cuisines in São Paulo. Its restaurant continues to be a great star of the super crowded scene of the gastronomic of the city, being the precursor of the kitchen of the north of Italy in Brazil.

The word Ca'd'Oro is the name given to a palace located on the Grand Canal in Venice, used in antiquity to house illustrious guests ("DOGI") on an official visit to that city. Today transformed into a museum, literally means in Venetian dialect "Golden House".

The hotel has 147 apartments, 6 meeting rooms, panoramic swimming pool and fitness center, sauna, library plus its famous restaurant.


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