APRIL 25TH | TUESDAY

4pm to 8pm | Opening Ceremony & Welcome Cocktail at Hotel PalácioTangará

In 2017, Travelweek Sao Paulo Opening Ceremony and Cocktail will be fully dedicated to badge holders participants (Vip Buyers, Exhibitors and Press).

 

We expect to foster the exchange of ideas and help strengthen professional networks in a exclusive trade only environment.

 

To launch this new format, it will be an honor to host the event at Oetker Collection’s new property in Latin America, Hotel Palácio Tangará.

 

It will be the first opportunity for the world of luxury travel to preview this new masterpiece hotel in São Paulo.

 

4pm to 6pm: Opening Ceremony

6pm to 8pm: Welcome Cocktail

 

Exclusive access to participants badge holders.

 

Shuttles will be available, please consult timetable in Location & Shuttle Timetable.

 

Hotel Palácio Tangará

Rua Dep. Laércio Corte, 1501 – Panamby

Side entrance of Burle Marx Park

www.palaciotangara.com/eng

 

Kindly note that as the Hotel will not be officially open, for security reasons guest list will be controlled at the gates.

 

Make sure you are officially registered to attend the event.Registration will be available onsite to collect badges.

THE VENUE - HOTEL PALÁCIO TANGARÁ

The newest addition to Oetker Collection´s exceptional portfolio of one-of-a-kind hotels, Palácio Tangará São Paulo is Oetker´s first property in South America. Built in the environs of the vast Burle Marx Park, whose gardens were created by the celebrated eponymous Brazilian landscape architect and designer, all the hotel guestrooms have beautiful views overlooking the park. Leading Brazilian interior designers William Simonato and Patricia Anastassiadis shaped an elegant bespoke design concept for each space.

 

“We are delighted to welcome the guests of Travelweek Sao Paulo by ILTM as the first to preview Palácio Tangará: its unique location, exceptional building and creative experience – a true partner in spirit with Travelweek.”

Frank Marrenbach, CEO of Oetker Collection

 

Tangará comes from the paradise Tanager of Amazonia (Tangara Chilensis), a Brazilian multicolored neo-tropical songbird, a very becoming name for this extraordinary urban retreat in the helm of Brazil´s most pulsating city. Palácio Tangará combines European hospitality and Brazilian art the vivre, filled contemporary elegance. It offers 141 spacious rooms and suites, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and an amazing Spa by Sisley – all combined with brilliant ballrooms, banqueting spaces, and exceptional culinary experiences by the renowned Michelin-starred chef-restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten – including signature Restaurant Tangará, a chef’s table, a wine cellar, lobby & lounge terraced bars.

 

Located in the noble Panamby region, it is a welcoming addition to the city.

DRESS CODE l OPENING CEREMONY & WELCOME COCKTAIL

  • LADIES: smart casual /cocktail hour
  • GENTLEMEN: smart casual /cocktail hour

 

Take a look at our complete Dress Code guide.

HOT TIPS

Shall you wish to have a late supper after the cocktail, we suggest the restaurants below that may be on the way of your return to the hotel.

 

For a complete selection of restaurants and bars across town please consult our HOT TIPS guide.

 

JAPANESE , FRENCH AND BRAZILIAN CUISINES AT THE GRAND HYATT SAO PAULO

The hotel offers nice food and ambiance in its three restaurants (the trendy Japanese Kinu, the bistro Eau French Grill and the Brazilian C-Comfort Food), as well as two bars and a stunning wine cellar lounge.

 

Avenida das Nações Unidas, 13301 – Brooklin Paulista

Phone: +55 11 2838-3208

saopaulo.grand.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining.html

 

EATALY SÃO PAULO

Eataly complex São Paulo is the 1st in South America, with eight restaurants and market with 7,000 products is open until 11:30pm.

 

Avenida Pres. Juscelino Kubitchek, 1489 Itaim Bibi

Phone: +55 11 3279-3300

www.eataly.com.br

 

ITALIAN CUISINE AT TRATTORIA FASANO

Classic recipes that celebrates the Southern gastronomy from Italy in a cool spot designed by the restauranteur Rogério Fasano and the architect Isay Weinfeld.

 

Rua Iguatemi S/N (between Rua Joaquim Floriano and Avenida Horácio Lafer) – Itaim Bibi

Phone: +55 11 3167 3322

www.fasano.com.br/gastronomia/trattoria