Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi Spent $2 Million on a New Lobby Café

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Brazil takes its coffee seriously. As the world’s number one coffee exporter, producing more than 43 million 60 kilograms bags of beans a year, Brazilians fervently believe that you can’t make the perfect cup of Joe without a perfect setting. Recently, the cosmopolitan Hilton São Paulo Morumbi underwent a $2 million renovation to recreate its Caffè Cino coffee shop, build its new Armazem Morumbi restaurant, and give a minimalist update to its soaring atrium lobby. Now, the aroma of fresh-brewed Caffe Americano wafts up the central lobby to guestroom hallways, making a perfect wake-up call.

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Culinary options at both spots focus on healthy dining with locally-sourced organic ingredients. Caffè Cino, the hotel’s traditional open-all-day coffee shop, has been remodeled and its menu renewed to offer light meals, natural juices, and grab-and-go goodies. But the specialty of the house is coffee, including a special blend developed by Suplicy, one of Brazil’s most passionate coffee roasters.

Armazem Morumbi offers a new seated dining space for breakfast, brunch and lunch. It features seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, including fresh fruits, house-made jams, and traditional pão de queijo. Located in one of São Paulo’s main business districts, the 28-floor Hilton São Paulo Morumbi forms part of the CENU business complex featuring direct access to a heliport and designer-labels shopping mall. 

Vicki Arkoff

Based in Los Angeles, Vicki Arkoff is a longtime Contributor for JustLuxe, reporting on travel, entertainment, and luxury goods and experiences. She is Editor at Large for The Awesomer, Rides & Drives, Pursuitist, 95 Octane, and Technabob, and reports for Atlas Obscura, Connect, The Daily Meal, Lonely Planet, Prevue, WestJet Magazine, Where Traveler Guestbook, Where Traveler Magazine, Baltimore Su...(Read More)

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