Cheap Hotels in Porto
D. Duarte I is located a 10-minute walk from Campanhã Train Station, in Porto. This pet-friendly guest house offers free WiFi access and a 24-hour front desk. Rooms are simply decorated with dark-wood furnishings. Each has a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The 24-hour reception can arrange luggage storage, ironing and laundry services. Guest can enjoy wine tasting sessions on Douro River banks. Infante Bridge, offering access to Vila Nova de Gaia city, is 300 metres from D. Duarte I. The iconic Ribeira District and its riverside restaurants, cafes and summer terraces, is 1.5 km away. Francisco Sá Carneiro International Airport is less than a 40-minute metro ride.
Offering a barbecue and terrace, Portuense Alojamento Local is situated in Porto. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The rooms include access to a terrace where you can relax. Some rooms have a private bathroom, others access to a shared bathroom. Portuense Alojamento Local features free WiFi throughout the property. You will find a shared kitchen with a coffee machine and a kettle. City Market Bolhao is 500 metres from Portuense Alojamento Local, while Oporto Coliseum is 500 metres away. Porto Airport is 11 km from the property.
Located in a recently restored building from the 1940’s, the CoolHostel is 100 metres from the picturesque Bolhão Market. Free WiFi access is available throughout the property. Accommodation range from private to shared rooms with individual reading lights and a private locker. Each room is colourful and bright. All rooms offer access to shared bathroom facilities. A breakfast buffet can be enjoyed in the dining room or in the fully equipped kitchen. Guests can also choose to sunbathe on the terrace or have a barbecue. After a day of sightseeing, guests can relax in the living room while watching TV or browsing the Internet in the available computers for guests’ use. Porto International Airport is 15 km away, and the hostel provides a shuttle service at an additional charge. Bolhão Metro Station is less than 2 minutes’ walking, and Santa Catarina shopping street is around the corner.
Set on an intimate square opposite Porto’s university, Pensão França offers traditionally decorated rooms with private bathrooms. The blue-tiled Igreja Do Carmo Church is just steps away. All rooms at França Pensão feature functional furnishings and wood-carved bed frames. Rooms have access to shared or private bathrooms. Guests can connect to the free WiFi access in the hotel’s public areas. The Pensão França is located 550 metres from the popular Avenida dos Aliados. The Douro riverfront is a 10-minute walk way.
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Hotels in Porto
Situated along the Douro river estuary in Northern Portugal, the picturesque city of Porto is the country's second largest after Lisbon and one of Europe's oldest centres. Its historical heart was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996.
The city's layers of history are very evident from Porto hotels, especially in the Ribiera district. There are Roman ruins beneath the foundations on many streets, as Porto was an outpost of the Roman Empire called Portus Cale. Medieval relics, beautiful baroque churches and beaux-art vintage architecture compete for your attention along narrow colourful streets and alleyways. The city is of course the birthplace of port and so is a centre of pilgrimage for wine enthusiasts. In the 14th and 15th centuries, the shipyards here produced vessels that were central to the Portugese Age of Discovery, a period famous for its feats of navigation and exploration. It is from these times that the nickname given to Porto residents comes: tripeiros or ‘tripe people'. At the time of the great voyages, higher quality cuts of meat left with the sailors, leaving the off-cuts such as tripe for the citizens!
Spanning the Douro River is Ponte de Dom Luis I, the soaring bridge created by a student of Gustave Eiffel. While the lower deck conveys the city's traffic, the top deck is now exclusively for pedestrians and a single Metro line. From here the views of Porto's Old Town and beyond are stunning. On the other side of the great bridge you can discover Vila Nova de Gaia and its fascinating port-wine tradition. Covering the steep riverbanks are scores of port bottlers and exporters, many dating back to the 18th century. Their terracotta-topped ‘lodges' or warehouses are spectacularly lit up at night, and a number are open to visitors. Stroll along the waterside promenade here to drink in the atmosphere and gain idyllic views of Porto across the water. For a dramatically different experience, visit the Museum of Contemporary Art back in the city. Cutting-edge exhibitions are housed in its impressive white minimalist spaces, plus there's an elegant Art Deco mansion too. Both these museums and their extensive post-60s collections are in Parque de Serralves.
Restaurants and Cafés
Culinary delights await you in Porto. This is a city that effortlessly balances tradition and the cutting edge, and that's reflected in the fine food you will encounter. Right on the waterfront is Casa de Pasto da Palmeira where you can enjoy a superb selection of ever changing small dishes in colourful, intimate surroundings. Deep in the labyrinth of alleys up from the Old Town, discover Miss'Opo. With shabby chic ambiance and fantastic food miraculously created in a tiny kitchen, you might need to book, especially at weekends. Near the city lighthouse is Boa Nova Tea House, designed by a famous local architect in 1963. Perched high above the sea on its Cliffside plot, this low-rise minimal white building is surrounded by huge boulders, and features a peaceful, elegant wood and stone interior.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Porto
What are the most booked hotels in Porto?The best hotels to stay in Porto are TRYP by Wyndham Porto Centro Hotel, Eurostars Das Artes and Crowne Plaza PORTO.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Porto?The cheapest price for a double room in Porto is £18, offered by Lunar Guest House.
What hotels are in the central Porto neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Porto, you can consider staying at Three Houses & Bedrooms, Baumhaus Serviced Apartments and So Cool Hostel Porto.
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