Comfort Suites Alphaville
Alameda Rio Negro 1030
Phone: (55) 11 2137-4100
Fax: (55) 11 2137-4111
Colorful is how you would describe this place at first glance. Psychedelic lights dot the scene at the famous club called The Week. Party animals find this place irresistible as the varied DJs spin wonderful music and the dance floor is quite expansive as compared with others in the area. The bar is well stocked and the cocktails available are amazing. Events take place on a regular basis, with famed DJs making their presence felt at this popular night haunt. Check the website or call ahead for future event details and timings.
Joy Club is a vast space that caters to all the party people. It has a lounge upstairs that individuals can relax in. Downstairs, you could have a fun time with friends dancing the night away. The DJs that spin music here are well versed with what the crowd desires and thus plays the most amazing tunes. The drinks available are excellent. Overall you will be missing a lot if you do not head here. Check the website or call ahead for future event details.
If one is looking for a happening weekend party, then head to the Eazy Club. Located in Barra Funda neighborhood of the city, the club hosts themed nights throughout the week with popular DJs and bands churning out mind-blowing music. The club boasts of a large dance floor where one can dance till late in the night, and a private lounge to relax and gulp down a few cocktails. The bar remains open from 11 p. m. on every Monday, Friday and Saturday, while it closes after the last customer leaves, that is mostly in the wee hours of the morning.
Stylish, chic and trendy, the Bleecker St (named after a famous New York road) is an elongate nightclub and bar which truly speaks of Sao Paulo's nightlife. Well designed with minimal furniture, bright lights, great acoustic sounds and an upper level too, this club is just where you would want to be for a fun time out. Very welcoming, the Bleecker St hosts many a DJs, live bands and comedians from all over the world. The music here is typically Jazz, samba, R&B, soul and funk as well as Reggae. Stop bye to get a glimpse of some of the best local performers around or just to sip a drink and rub elbows with locals.
Madeleine is nestled in the vibrant Vila Madalena neighborhood of São Paulo. Candles, exposed bricks and vines contribute to an intimate setting. This space includes a stage, an underground cellar, mezzanine-level dining and veranda seating overlooking the street. A nightly schedule showcases live performances of jazz, soul, samba and pop genres that are a big draw among music lovers. International beers and wine go great with the handcrafted bistro-pizzas that are chef Ana Soares' signature creation. Vintage coasters quoting famous jazz legends are a quirky addition to the decor.
Come to Teta Jazz Club and listen to all types of jazz, including the poplular folk singing called "Chorinho" which means "Little Lament", it is a type of blues native to Rio and Brazil in general. In the kitchen they serve up delicious Brazilian specialties like farofa and feijão, and to drink, the barmen specialize in whiskey based cocktails, and the ever popular cachaça is here also in addition to some real absinthe. The service is attentive, friendly and always willing to listen to any comments or suggestions.
Bubu Lounge is a great place to experience São Paulo nightlife. Located in Jardim Paulista, this gay club is one of the best in the city. Spread across three rooms, it has a total capacity for 1200 guests. Hit the dancefloor to the eclectic playlist and unwind on their plush sofas with drinks and spirits for a fabulous time.
Considered to be one of the best places to hear Sertaneja, which is music from the countryside, or more specifically, music from the "Sertão", the most deserted area in the country. The club is a veritable stronghold for this type of music, but also for other types of folkloric genres, such as American country/western, Mexican corridos, and everything in between. The decor is taken straight out of the old west with a saloon, dance floor to two-step and a pretty good restaurant. So come on down, wear your boots and order a sarsparilla, only down here they call it cachaça.
Most Paulistas like to differentiate themselves from the Cariocas, or denizens from Rio, but there is one thing they have in common, both cities get started late and nobody would dare set foot in a club before 11pm. Tribe House is the quintessential party club that fits this description, considered by many to be the best club to dance in the city. They have an excellent and eclectic assortment of music on any given night, top-shelf whiskeys and some of the most beautiful patrons you could ask for; in fact, this club is a great place to meet that special someone.
Ringue Lounge is a great addition to São Paulo's nightlife scene. With an eclectic schedule of events held here every week, it draws in the crowds for live gigs of myriad genres. The space is decorated in plush red, gold and velvet to resemble a boxing ring. Sip on their signature cocktails and let your hair down on the spacious dance floor. With a capacity of 100 guests, it is also ideal for hosting private events.
For unlimited fun and frolic Azucar- Club Cubano is the right place. The interiors are attractive with interesting pictures on crimson walls. Cocktails are most popular here because they are blended like none other. Great music and friendly people make it difficult to stay away from the dance floor. As the evening progresses, Azucar hardly has any room to accommodate more people. So just grab your partner and put on your dancing shoes. Contact them for more information.
Red is the dominant color in this club, from the signage's to the interiors everything drips of the color. The geography of the place has been divided into two levels where one at the ground floor there is a bar and some sofas to laze on. The lounge is located on another level where there is more furniture to rest on. The place mostly plays house and alternative black genres.