Luxury Hotel in São Paulo Reopens its Doors, Using Einstein Hospital Safety Rules

With a new open-air Michelin-starred restaurant, the first weekend of the Tangará Palace is currently with 75 percent occupancy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Tangará Palace, a luxury hotel in the city of São Paulo, has had its doors closed for almost six months, with no guests. Now it is preparing to reopen with new attractions, an outdoor restaurant, and security protocols developed in partnership with Albert Einstein Hospital.

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