Guilherme Paulus ensures you are well accommodated whenever you are visiting Brazil.


Brazil remains one of the world’s tourist hubs. This sector continues to grow within the country and in the process has seen investors such as Guilherme Paulus continue to expand their investments to match the demand for services. Since he sold a majority share of CVC to the Carlyle group, he has turned his focus to the GJP network, which he has helped establish a number of hotels all over Brazil. The new crown jewel in his investment portfolio is already estimated to be worth six hundred million dollars. Here are a number of destinations that continue to excite tourist as well as offer accommodation from one of Guilherme Paulus hotels.

Confins, MG Read more about Guilherme Paulus on Crunchbase.

As one of the oldest regions to experience human activity, the former gold town has been able to outgrow that title and today is considered a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The Confins caves are well known for having given the world some of the most famous female fossils that date back eleven thousand years. The Lagoa Santa Regional Archaeology Museum is also very popular among students of history and archeology who are looking to learn more about the origins of man. While in the area Linx Confins, which is located next to the International airport offers perfect accommodation.

Rio de Janeiro, RJ

Being the second largest city in the country, Guilherme Paulus would not ignore its strategic importance. The city is home to a 65-mile beach which has become quite popular with tourist. With the numerous water sports like surfing and Kiteboarding tourist can only be limited by their imagination. In the city, the GJP network has established two hotels, i.e., Linx Galeão and Prodigy Santos Dumont. They offer excellent accommodation to those who want to be within their budget while experiencing an enjoyable stay.

Foz do Iguaçu, PR

This is a personal favorite for Guilherme Paulus, and he has stated so on a number of occasions. This is home to one of the world’s largest hydroelectric dam known as Itaipu dam. It is today responsible for the provision of twenty percent of the country’s electric needs. The GJP network runs the Wish Foz do Iguacu hotel.

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