The rooms at the Holiday Inn are functional and rather modern. Spacious, fitted with carpet, they all have white walls decorated with abstract paintings, and they include a double bed or two singles, two blue armchairs, a black bed-side cabinet, an desk chair on wheels, a desk and a closet with shelves and compartments, an ironing board and a (free) safe with an electronic code. The equipment and facilities are complete with individual air-conditioning, a telephone, wireless Internet access (for a fee), a mini-bar fridge, tea and coffee facilities and a satellite TV with 47 channels. There is no balcony (which may be a good thing considering the height of the building) but there is a large window giving an unrestricted view of the motorway and waste land of the district, but also of the sky-scrapers of Sao Paulo which stretch out as far as the eye can see. Only then do you realize how gigantic this incredible megalopolis is. The sound-proofing equipment leaves little to be desired.
The bathroom, clean and pleasantly decorated, includes a shower with one fixed and one flexible head, a string to dry clothes on, a handle for elderly or disabled people, a toilet, a bidet, a hair-dryer, bathrobes, tissues, a magnifying mirror, hospitality products, scales, a shaving and tooth-brush kit, cotton buds, a comb, a nail file, in short, enough to let you forget your toiletry bag! However, there is no bath tub. Room service is available 24 hours a day.