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The Hostel

We know that looking for a hostel is time consuming so we won’t waste your time with a very long description. :)

So, basically LimeTime Hostels Sao Paulo is the best located, most fun hostel in town (you can check the ratings). We are two blocks from Avenida Paulista, the main avenue here, and the subway (Green Line). It’s very easy to come from the airports and bus stations, and to go to all the good tourist spots and fun parties!

Our staff is ready to answer any question you have about the city, travels, and anything else you need to know. In Google we trust!

We try to take our guests out partying almost every night to different clubs, and we managed to get special discounts for the LimeTimers. And before we go out, we warm up down at our own bar. Oh, and most important, since we know night life is ‘da sh*t’ in Sampa, we don’t have a curfew. You can come and go as you please. There will be always someone to open the door for you!

Different from most hostels in Sao Paulo (and, why not, in Brazil) we don’t charge for Internet or WiFi. We think that’s lame! And oh, we have Macs, cause we don’t like computers that crash.

And if you don’t believe our words, please read the reviews and see for yourself why you should stay here! :)

We hope to see you soon at LimeTime Hostels Sao Paulo!

Read what people are writing about us on the Internet:

“I stayed in the lime time hostel (I don’t think I’ve met anyone thats been to Sao Paulo that didn’t stay there), and had a pretty good few days. Met a few really cool people in the hostel, went out clubbing twice to a place called ‘d-edge’, …” - Think of the Stories’ Blog

“The hostel in question was LimeTime, and I highly recommend it for any budget travelers headed to Sao Paulo. I booked them because they’re highly rated on Hostelworld.com, and when I mentioned to Andi that I’d found a place to stay she said “no, you have to at my friend’s place!” Of course, small world that it is, they were one and the same. It was really well-located for everything I wanted to see, and (…) I met some nice people to chat with.” – Don’t Call Me Gringa’s Blog

“On our return we had a free Caiphirinha (sic) waiting which we thoroughly enjoyed along with other travellers staying in our hostel!” – Jon and Lisa Travel Blog

  • Great location
  • Bar inside the hostel
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Internet on Macs
  • Television and DVDs
  • Library and book swap
  • Individual lockers
  • No curfew
  • ISIC discounts
  • All this and much more!