Guilherme Paulus is a successful entrepreneur, hailing from the Latin American country of Brazil. He has done wonders for the Brazilian tourism industry, and a notable amount of economic growth in Brazil can be attributed to his hard work and know-how.
The name of Paulus’ company is CVC Brasil Operadora e Agemcia de Viagens. It is a tourist-oriented company that owns various resorts and hotels. As of 2013, about 15 establishments were owned by CVC Brasil Operadora e Agemcia de Viagens. However, the company currently owns more hotels and resorts.
One of the newest resorts created by Guilherme Paulus is Wish Natal. Wish Natal is a lovely resort that stands next to a natural beach. The resort offers various services, as well as pool areas that are manicured to look like islands in an ocean. The indoor and semi-indoor areas have a spacious, modern, high-end feel to them. The outdoor areas are filled with beautiful, strategically-placed palm trees.
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Another one of Paulus’s newest creations is St. Andrew’s Mountain. St. Andrew’s Mountain offers a different, yet parallel, experience to what is offered in Wish Natal. It is set in the mountains of Gramado. There are great mountain and forest views atop where the hotel is set. The hotel also has pool facilities, as well as a beautiful interior. There is a modern element to the furnishings of the hotel, though not to the same extent as Wish Natal. There is more of a Victorian feel to the furnishings and the way that the hotel looks.
Guilherme Paulus has been in the tourism industry since 1972. With a co-founder, he founded CVC Brasil Operadora e Agemcia de Viagens. His co-founder, Vicente Chechiari, eventually walked away from CVC Brasil Operadora e Agemcia de Viagens four years after the establishment of the company. CVC was not always the big company that it is now—it used to be smaller and humbler. However, years of good business decisions on the part of Guilherme Paulus has led to massive growth and wealth. He became part of Forbes Top Billionaires.