Tuesday, May 14th

3:00pm to 8:00pm – Registration Desk open in Renaissance Hotel Lobby
7:30pm to 9:30pm – Welcome Reception at Terraço Italia, a famous rooftop of Sao Paulo. The bus ride will leave Renaissance Hotel at 7:30pm and return will take place at 9:00pm / 9:30pm / 10:00pm.

Wednesday, May 15th

8:00am to 11:00am – Registration Desk open at Américas room in Renaissance Hotel
9:00am to 6:00pm – SCAPR General Assembly at Américas room in Renaissance Hotel
Evening free – Tips about “things to do” in São Paulo in Travel and Accommodation

Thursday, May 16th

9:00am to 6:00pm – SCAPR General Assembly at Américas room in Renaissance Hotel
8:00pm – Gala Dinner at Casa das Caldeiras,  a charming and traditional place built in 1920 to serve as the main power plant to the industries of that time in São Paulo. The bus ride will leave the Hotel to Casa das Caldeiras at 7:30pm and return to the Renaissance Hotel will be at 1:00am / 1:30am / 2:00am / 2:30am / 3:00am

Renaissance Hotel

Make the most of your trip to Sao Paulo at the Renaissance Sao Paulo Hotel. Our luxury hotel is located in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil – just a few steps away from the iconic Paulista Avenue. Our multifunctional rooms and suites fit perfectly with your needs; our rooms feature a flat-screen TV, high-speed Wi-Fi access, luxury bedding and breathtaking views of Sao Paulo. Take some time to visit our ZenZone – an entire floor focused on your well-being: stay up to date with your workout routine at our fitness center or relax in our swimming pool.

Our renovated Spa is ready to offer unique experiences, refreshing your body and mind during your stay in our Sao Paulo hotel. Discover new flavors at one of our on-site restaurants and delight yourself with local ingredients. Our hotel features meeting and wedding facilities to impress your guests. Enjoy more than 20,000 square feet of modern and flexible event space. Whether traveling for work or pleasure, we’re committed to deliver a unique experience.














Casa das Caldeiras

A 1920s factory building, built to house boilers coming from Europe to produce energy for the whole industrial park that stood in the hands of Count Francesco Matarazzo, in an area of ​​approximately 100,000 m2.Monumental space of alvânia of three types of chimneys, which is a large number of abbreviations for people who are today great sculptures that tell stories of times past. Representative of the history of the industrialization and development of the city of São Paulo. The building was restored in 1998-1999 when it was revitalized with a new use and was once again part of the events and development of the city as a special space for celebrations and social, institutional, artistic and cultural events

Address: Av. Francisco Matarazzo, 2000 – Água Branca, São Paulo – SP, 05001-200 / Telephone: (11) 3873-6696