2013 IAAPA Leadership Conference and Latin America Networking Event
6 - 8 March 2013 | Sao Pualo, Brazil
Hotel | Travel | Weather | Important Visa Info
Hotel Pullman Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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Rua Joinville 515
Vila Mariana 04008011
Sao Paulo, Brazil
All transportation will depart and return to Hotel Pullman Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
. Please contact the hotel directly to make your reservations.
Located next Ibirapuera Park, the hotel is close to the main business and leisure districts of Jardins, Itaim, Moema, and Vila Olimpia, with easy access to avenidas Paulista, Faria Lima and Berrini, and to Paulista, Ibirapuera and Iguatemi shopping centers. In addition to 2 restaurants, Hotel Pullman Sao Paulo Ibirapuera features an outdoor pool. Other amenities include a full-service spa and a coffee shop/café. Rooms include LCD televisions with cable channels, complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access. Bathrooms come with showers and makeup/shaving mirrors. Click here
for more information on the Hotel Pullman Sao Pualo Ibirapuera.
The Hotel Pullman is located just 3.1 miles (5 km) from Congonhas (CGH) Airport and 15.5 miles (25 km) from Guarulhos (GRU) Airport. For information on airline travel into Sao Paulo, please visit:
Congonhas Airport (CGH) information: http://www.aeroportocongonhas.net/en/
Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) information: http://www.aeroportoguarulhos.net/en/ Weather
Sao Paulo experiences warm weather year-round, making it a great escape any time of year. The summer lasts from January to March. This period also gets some afternoon showers. Average high in March is 81 degrees Fahrenheit with rain.
Important Visa Information
For most travelers, visas are required to travel to Brazil, but entry requirements vary from country to country. We do know that all individuals entering Brazil holding a U.S. Passport are required to obtain a visa. Please click here for the Consulate General of Brazil in Chicago, USA to find your country of origin to review visa requirements
. The acquisition of visas is the responsibility of the individual traveler. In addition to application forms, you may also be requested to present travel documentation (airline ticket or itinerary), vaccination record, passport, one (1) passport photo and an invitation letter. During the registration process for this meeting, IAAPA will collect you and your spouse’s information (if applicable) and will create a visa letter and letter of invitation 3-5 business days after registration. The letters will be created on U.S. and Brazilian letterhead.
Please contact your local Brazilian consulate for additional details and assistance. The visa process can be time consuming and to ensure you receive your travel documents in time for travel, we recommend you begin working on your travel arrangements and register immediately.