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The hotel was okay but I wanted to sleep until a bit later than the usual as i was on holiday but the cleaners were talking very loud and making noises I called the reception they said they were going to tell them but nothing changed, so I had a shower before leave the hotel when I was trying to ...
Farbiger Duschkopf war super Zimmer recht klein aber gemütlich und sauber
Located in Centro / Baixa, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Almas Chapel and Bolhao Market. Porto Cathedral and Ribeira Square are also within 1 mile (2 km). Bolhao Station is 5 minutes by foot and Faria Guimarães Station is 9 minutes.
Beautiful old building in a great location with really helpful and friendly staff throughout. An amazing breakfast in the Vogue cafe was included with so much choice. Loved the free glass of welcome chilled port, perfect after a long day of traveling! The rooms were beautifully decorated and the ...
The front desk made the experience so much better! They were there to answer any questions we had whether it was about transportation or food or etc.
Great central location for city walking. Lovely hotel, very comfortable, really great staff who were very friendly
Lovely afternoon in the Spa followed by dinner in the New York bar. Staff superb. Looking forward to next visit already.
Porto is the home of some of the most stunning convention centres in the world, including the Palacio da Bolsa, which is an actual palace that was converted to a congress and convention centre. The glamour doesn't stop there, as the Porto Convention Bureau is happy to arrange pick ups and limousine rides from the airport, golfing and spa days, and luxurious accommodation in some of the finest hotels in Porto. For those in search of a little less luxury, the Portuguese Business Association offers event and convention halls for those in need.
Portugal is famous for its unique cuisine, and Porto's hotels and restaurants serve up some of the best the country has to offer. The entire city is brimming with quality bars and cafés that offer excellent, top-quality food, but some of the better choices include the The Yeatman, the Pedro Lemos, and A. Grade. Of course, Porto has so many great restaurants it would be impossible to list them all.
Shopping in Porto often becomes a wine tasting trip, as many of the wineries and wine shops offer a free taste of their vintages, and often in the form of a whole glass or two. A Vida Portuguesa is the local vintage and antique hotspot, while Portosigns and Galo Luoco are two of the better places to find souvenirs and keepsakes.
The many medieval churches in Porto are sure to hold visitors in awe with their grandeur, but they aren't all Porto has to offer. After visiting the Clerigos Church, Portigo Cathedral, and Church of Sao Francisco, visitors can make their way to the Rivoli Theatre, visit the Sea Life Porto, or the National Museum Soares dos Reis for a change of pace.
Porto is home to swimming clubs, the Orpota Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club, and the Boavista Street Circuit Racing Club, but is most notable for its football teams: the F.C. Porto, Boavista, and Salguieros, each with its own respective stadium.