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Avenida Suites Brazil adds new Serviced Flats in Sao Paulo at Vision Brooklin located in the Berrini Business District
Date:1/14/2013

Sao Paulo, Brazil (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

These new serviced flats in Sao Paulo at Vision Brooklin are not of the typical furnished flat style. Rather, these “flats” are actually full size, very comfortable, corporate style apartments. The typical flat in Sao Paulo for rent on a temporary basis is a small suite or one to two room apartments usually containing just a kitchenette, with minimal dishes and cooking utensils, communal laundry facilities, and located in a hotel type building. On the other hand, most of Avenida Suites Brazil’s “flats” in Sao Paulo and other cities in Brazil contain more space, full size kitchens with full sets of dishes and cooking utensils, and almost always have a laundry area inside the apartment.

With the addition of this new location, Avenida Suites Brazil is again redefining the serviced flat in Sao Paulo. At Vision Brooklin, the “flat” or corporate apartment options range in size from a one bedroom, one and half bath apartment with 52 square meters of living space, a large private balcony and separate laundry facilities, to a three bedroom, two and half bath 110 square meter apartment with private balcony and separate laundry facilities. Also offered is a two bedroom, two and half bath apartment with the same features at 80 square meters. Each apartment also has a reserved parking space for the smaller apartments, and two or three spaces for the larger apartments.

All of these serviced flats at Vision Brooklin include a full furniture package, full kitchen package, all linens, towels, and also high speed wire-less internet service, cable TV, and local phone. Avenida Suites Brazil offers all of its flats in Sao Paulo, including these new ones at Vision Brooklin, for a simple, all-inclusive price, that includes all of the items just mentioned plus all condomi
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