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Porto’s charms are easy to draw, it rises out of the Douro river so steeply, that you can easily capture the layers of red-roofed buildings as they rise out of the historic part of town like steps — but not neat ones! There’s the pleasing jumble of angled streets and alleyways, winding between elegant churches and historic buildings, that makes a city magically open up to on-foot wanderers. Many of our recommendations for the best places to stay in Porto can be found within these historic areas — wonderfully converted palaces and grand townhouses — or even less grand ones. But there are options closer to the coast too, near the river mouth, where the views are spectacular and there are beaches, and in the up and coming areas on the outskirts of Porto’s historic heart, where innovative contemporary architects are adding their own flair to the skyline.
Some of our Porto Collections:
- The Best Small Hotels in Porto
- The Best Value Hotels in Porto
- The Best Five Star Hotels in Porto
- The Best Family Hotels in Porto
- The Best Boutique Hotels in Porto
- The Best Luxury Hotels in Porto
Porto works beautifully in three dimensions too, it’s a wonderful city to spy from all angles, and some of the best places to stay in Porto have great roof terraces, or lookout points to make the most of the views. Up high it’s easy to appreciate the variety, yet cohesion of Porto’s architecture, and plan your wandering routes. In the most maze-like parts of town, Riberia, Massarelos and Miragaia, there’s always somewhere to stop and have a drink, or chat to a local, who will help you get your bearings. You can also try remembering where you are using Porto’s iconic azulejos tiles like way-markers, as you can spot them all over the city.
The best places to stay in Porto have likely long been on bucket lists for anyone with a penchant for port. This tawny wine begins its days in the vineyards surrounding the city, the grapes growing plump on water from the Douro, and this is definitely the place to get into it. But there’s a lot more to sup in Porto. This city has a myriad of food markets, colourful and fragrant, and a well regarded stable of impressive chefs drawing from them, and translating them into meals in Michelin-starred restaurants, Petiscarias (like tapas bars), steakhouses and cafes. If you're here with kids consider our recommendations for the best family hotels in Porto and if not, you might want to consider the most romantic hotels in Porto — it’s that sort of a city!
The Best Places to Stay in Porto
For a Special Occasion
- Le Monumental Palace is deserving of its grand name, a wonderful Art Deco era building with a grand Gothic facade to match its neighbours on Avenida dos Aliados, Porto’s magnificent main avenue. This is a relatively freshly refurbished hotel, though, with 76 newly designed and decorated rooms and suites, a state-of-the-art Nuxe spa with a heated pool, and two excellent restaurants. The first is the stylish Monumental Cafe, a grand affair when it opened in the 30s, and now returned to its grandeur, and a gastronomic option, Le Monument. We love the American Bar too.
- If you prefer your decor palatial, the Palacio Freixo offers just that: triple height ceilings, gilt flourishes and frescoes, and parquet flooring as standard. Though it’s not all like that, some of the 87 rooms and suites have a contemporary flavour, though still an overwhelming sense of luxury. The views are incredible, over the Douro, and some rooms benefit from windows on two sides — these are our favourites. The building dates from the 18th century, and its grand facade and gardens will impress anyone. You'll also find a fabulous river-side pool, plus a spa and several dining options.
- Torel Avantgarde is on a hill overlooking the river, and the historic part of Porto, so it’s views are some of the best in the city, and it’s within a charming stroll of the major sights. It’s a chic property, with super-stylish design interiors, and individually designed rooms, 47 in all, that elevate it to ‘boutique’ status. The bar is especially impressive, a riot of coloured flowers covering both walls and ceiling. The restaurant is excellent, the spa is expansive, and the infinity pool has spectacular views.
For the Views
- Located on the other side of the river mouth from Porto’s historic centre, The Yeatman is able to offer views of Porto. And it certainly looks pretty from here. The Yeatman is one of Porto’s grand dames, with 82 spacious, luxurious rooms and suites, a two Michelin starred restaurant, an impressive Vinothérapie spa with Roman tepidarium and hamman, spacious grounds, and one of Porto’s most beautiful infinity pools.
- 1872 River House is a cosy townhouse conversion right on the river, with water views from all of the eight rooms and suites. Interiors are done in a pared back style that makes the most of the original stone walls, huge windows and stained glass; this is a safe choice for minimalists. The bathrooms all have waterfalls showers, and other mod cons, and there’s a charming breakfast room which offers a generous spread each morning.
For A City Break
- Many of the hotels in Porto’s historic centre are small traditional conversions, but if that’s not your taste, consider the Portobay Teatro, a large and stylish contemporary hotel, with 74 rooms and suites, and the amenities to match. Expect plenty of space, and lots of light in both the rooms and communal spaces, with the option of a private balcony, or terrace with some room types. The hotel also has great family suites. The decor is neutral and elegant, there’s a chic gym, and the Italian restaurant on the ground floor is lively and hip.
- The Rosa et Al Townhouse is what the Portobay Teatro is not, a small and charming conversion in historic Old Porto. It has just seven rooms and suites, simply decorated to make the most of the building’s original features — like the double height windows, stylish fireplaces and beamed ceilings. Expect light and space, wonderful three course suppers, and fancy brunches in the hip restaurarnt.
- Flores Village Hotel & Spa is situated in a very central sport in historic Porto, converted from a very elegant historic mansion. We like this property for its views over Porto — especially from the roof terrace — and its range of room, suite and apartment sizes. All are spacious and well laid out, with lots of light, and chic, yet simple furnishings. There’s no restaurant, but they do offer breakfast, and many rooms have self-catering facilities.
For Historic Porto
- Porto A S 1829 has been converted from one of the oldest stationary shops in Europe and the building is appropriately decorated with vintage typewriters, printing paraphernalia, and beautiful prints. It has 41 rooms and suites, in varied layouts, but all feature contemporary bathrooms. Our favourites come with either a balcony or terrace. The hotel restaurant is a great place to sample local delicacies, even if you’re not staying here.
- The Hotel Infante Sagres is another of Porto’s grand dame hotels, an historic and very charming choice — actually Porto’s very first five star hotel — located just off the magical Avenida dos Aliados. The Infante Sagres’ original features include colourful tiles, parquet floors, stained glass and wrought iron, beamed ceilings and chandeliers. The 85 rooms and suites are elegant, decorated with original antiques and contemporary art, the spa is Asian inspired, and the restaurant is gorgeous. As is the pool.
- Armazém Luxury Housing started out as a warehouse in downtown Porto, close to the river and Sé do Porto, Porto’s cathedral, but what was a warehouse in the 19th century, is now a collection of 13 self-contained apartments. The decor is simple, making the most of the building’s original exposed stone walls, wood and beamed ceilings, and huge windows. Definitely warehouse chic, and ideal for families and groups.
- Malmerendas Boutique Lodging has been converted from a late 19th century building just to the north of the historic part of Porto. The townhouse has been divided up into six suites, all of them light, fresh and airy, and decorated with a chic collection of mid-century style furnishings. Some of the suites overlooking the shady courtyard and gardens. The Garden Studio is our recommendation for families, with its self-catering facilities, and a lounge area. But there are other family-sized options too.
- Gran Cruz House is another beautifully restored townhouse turned boutique hotel in Porto’s old town. Its seven rooms and suites are all individually decorated, making the most of their original features and dimensions, and the style and taste of the owners. We love the river views, unique art, and intimate size. The hotel restaurant is intimate too, and also overlooking the water.
- The Torel Palace is another gorgeous palace conversion, this time of the 19th century Palacete Campos Navarro. Many of the beautiful original features behind this salmon-coloured facade have been retained, like the fancy plaster-worked ceilings, chandeliers, high ceilings and French doors, but the decor in the 24 rooms and suites suggests contemporary luxury, with artwork that pays homage to the greats in Portuguese literature. We particularly like the sophisticated bar, chic library lounge and lap pool in the courtyard.
- Cocorico Luxury Guesthouse is an utterly charming ten room townhouse conversion in União de Freguesias do Centro. Expect individually designed rooms, romantic in their simplicity, with whitewashed walls, lots of natural light, and beautifully designed bathrooms. The restaurant is beautiful too, and serves European fusion cuisine in the sunny courtyard.
For Something Different
- Casa do Conto is a unique, six room design hotel in hip Cedofetia, just to the north of central Porto. This is a hotel for architects, and lovers of contemporary design — its six rooms are all uniquely decorated to make the most of their space and location; some of the walls and ceilings are engraved concrete, and the huge windows are just simple glass boxes. There’s no restaurant, but you’re surrounded by cool places to eat and drink, and they offer breakfast.
- M Maison Particuliere is another charmingly converted townhouse in historic central Porto, with ten rooms and suites, some wonderful original features, and memorable views over the rooftops. The townhouse is 16th century, but the interiors have a much quirkier set of influences than period, with some hints at Asian design, one very striped room, and some with beautiful-albeit-unusual colour schemes. Our favourites have private patios. And they all have access to a butler service.
For Great Value
- Centrally located, spacious and beautiful, Casa dos Lóios offers guests fantastic value. Converted from a 16th century residence in the historic heart of the city, its 20 rooms and suites have been carefully reimagined to make the most of the original building, both when it comes to space/layout, and original features. Some of the larger suites — with up to three double beds and two bathrooms — could easily accommodate families, but they also have comfortable single rooms. If you have a choice always opt for one of the rooms with a balcony or terrace. No restaurant, but they do offer breakfast, and there are plenty of eateries nearby.
- Still super centrally located, but converted from a rather grander building, the Charm Palace Porto offers affordable opulence in its five rooms and suites. Built around 1900, with double height ceilings, beautiful tile-work, elegant wrought iron balconies and huge windows, these rooms haven’t needed much in the way of contemporary decoration to make them look impressive.
- The InPatio Guesthouse is another well priced and located choice, a 19th century townhouse conversion in the Old Town. There are just six guest rooms, all decorated with pared-back, contemporary style, but making use of the building’s original azulejo tiles and exposed stone walls. Guests are within a ten minute stroll of many of Porto’s attractions, and you can borrow a bike if you want to explore on two wheels.
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- Porto Airport, or to give it its full name, Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport, is a convenient 25 minutes on the subway from the centre of town, or 13 minutes in a shuttle bus, or by car or taxi. Porto has two large train stations, São Bento, which is the start of the scenic Douro line to Pocinho, and Campanhã, which is linked to Lisbon.
- If you want to hire a car we recommend you visit our online partner, Rentalcars.
- While Porto is a fantastic city break destination (usually we’re all about recommending cities as year round destinations), it does have some distinctly wet seasons. Autumn and winter are mild, but can be damp, especially in October, November and December. Porto’s proximity to the coast means it’s busiest in summer, when visitors combine trips with holidays to the Costa Verde. Citywide celebrations for the Festas Santos Populares are great to line your visit up with if you can, and happen mid June. If you’re hoping to avoid peak season, and the rainiest months, the best time to visit Porto is May, June, or September.
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Casa dos Lóios Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro) 20 rooms from £50Value chic - Despite the luxury offered (think grand historic rooms with modern touches) room rates start as low at 58 EurosFamilies - The deluxe family suites with three double beds and two bathrooms are ideal for familiesBoutique - Stunning interiors where traditional features sit comfortably alongside smart modern design touchesSights nearby - Close to the Sao Bento Station, Clerigos Church and the Ribeira river zone
This boutique hotel is housed in a beautiful renovated 16th-century residence nestled in Porto's historic centre. The interior design pairs period touches and modern furnishings; the best rooms boast original features like magnificent painted ceilings. A charming heritage hotel in a great location. See More
InPatio Guesthouse 4050-567 Porto 6 rooms from £82Families - A family-friendly hotel in a great location - a perfect base for families looking to jampack their day with urban explorationLocal exploring - Located in the heart of Porto's old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its medieval architectureFoodies - Explore Portugal's food capital from a central location! Think local coffee, fresh fish, smoked meats and wine...Great walks - In under a ten-minute stroll, you will reach the iconic attractions of São Bento Train Station and Clérigos Tower
A 19th-century townhouse turned into a chic guesthouse. Rooms feature exposed stonewalls, earthy tones and azulejo tiles, yet the feel is fresh and contemporary. Although the hotel is located in the heart of Porto's old town, the ambience is quiet. Perfect for urban exploration. See More
Charm Palace Porto Porto 5 rooms from £82Local exploring - Located in the heart of historic Porto, this is a decadent base is ideal for exploring Porto's pretty historic streetsHoneymoons - Make yours a honeymoon with a difference and stay in a superior suite in this palatial hotelRomantic Break - The luxurious beds and free-standing bathtubs make these suites a favourite with couplesLocal markets - A trip to Porto would not be complete without visiting Bolhão Market, a traditional farmer's market
An opulent heritage hotel occupying a restored 1900s bourgeois residence in the heart of Porto's historic centre. Intricate tiles line the hallway leading to the bright, expansive suites; the best of which boast balconies. Original features abound, updated with modern design details. A stylish stay. See More
Casa Carolina, Porto 4050-174 Porto 8 rooms from £90Families - The top-floor suite is spacious & has a fully-equipped kitchenette - perfect for families seeking an affordable yet stylish baseValue chic - Portuguese architecture, juliet balconies, wood-panelled floors, and white walls make for stylish rooms at a reasonable priceLocal exploring - Located on buzzing pedestrian street Rua de Cedofeita - bars, restaurants and attractions are within walking distanceGreat walks - Walk through Porto's iconic cobbled black and white streets to admire traditional architecture and views of the Duoro river!
This Portuguese townhouse is now an owner-managed eight-roomed boutique hotel. Rooms are spacious; some with Juliet balconies, some with kitchenettes. Vintage furniture stylishly merges with the whitewashed style. Terraces overlook Porto's bustling street life which is right on the doorstep. See More
PortoBay Teatro Porto 74 rooms from £103City Style - With stylish modern rooms, an atmospheric Italian restaurant opening onto the street, & a central setting - this is a chic baseLocal exploring - Located in the theatre district, right in the historical centre of the city, this is ideal for exploring the best of the citySights nearby - Walking distance from some of the city's most famed sights including Lello Bookshop, Clérigos Tower, and Porto ColiseumRestaurant - The Il Basilico restaurant offers Italian comfort foodRecommended by - Kiwi Collection
A stylish modern hotel located in the heart of the historic centre. Spacious rooms and suites are decorated in neutral hues, with clean lines, and large windows. Downstairs, a vibrant Italian restaurant opens onto the street. A hip base ideal for those who want to explore the city on foot. See More
Gran Cruz House Porto (Northern Portugal) 7 rooms from £108Romantic Break - Enjoy a glass of wine on your private terrace overlooking the Douro River; an ideal romantic getawayFoodies - Foodies will love the seasonal Portugese food on offer at the hotel's gourmet restaurantCity Style - The bright, summery tones of the riverside rooms are perfect for a stylish city breakGreat walks - Take a walk through Ribeira, the historic old town, or stroll along the sunny beaches in Foz
This beautifully restored heritage hotel is in Porto's old town. Sitting on a UNESCO World Heritage site, the warm, individually styled rooms feature unique artworks; choose from views over the Douro River or Ribeira Square. Be sure to sample the rich wine cellar at this intimate Porto guesthouse. See More
Cocorico Luxury Guesthouse Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro,) 10 rooms from £118Romantic Break - The warm accents in the rooms and the charming terrace restaurant make this hotel a favourite with couplesCity Style - This is one of the most stylish of Porto's heritage hotels; enjoy the city's sights from your balconyFamilies - Family rooms with bunk beds are great for travelling with younger childrenLocal markets - Visit the Mercado do Bolhão, a traditional farmer's market with cafés and restaurants
If France and Portugal had a lovechild it would be this hotel. Rooms are named after famous unions made between the nations and offer cosy, romantic beds and period accents; the best have balconies overlooking the historic city. The restaurant is also a fusion affair. A charming Porto hotel. See More
Flores Village Hotel & Spa Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro) from £121Local exploring - Perfectly positioned in the heart of the city with many of its attractions within walking distance.Families - The self catering apartments work well for families or small groupsGreat walks - Take a stroll through the pretty Jardins do Palácio de Cristal.Sights nearby - Just a six minute walk from the cathedral
An elegant hotel offering contemporary style in an historic building in the heart of Porto. Rooms and apartments are spacious and well appointed with all the latest mod-cons. The staff are enthusiastic and friendly and all the main attractions are close by. A smart base for a city stay. See More
Torel 1884 Suites and Apartments Porto 12 rooms from £121Local exploring - Set in the heart of the city near pedestrianised streets filled with shops and eateriesCity Style - An elegant converted palace offering all the granduer of days gone byRestaurant - Bartolomeu Bistro & Wine serves typical Portuguese dishes with a French twistSights nearby - Within walking distance of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ribeira
An elegant palace situated in the heart of Porto. Interiors have been painstakingly renovated keeping all the building's original grandeur yet with a chic contemporary feel. Rooms of epic proportions boast large works of art, antiques, and seriously indulgent bathrooms. A very fine stay. See More
Malmerendas Boutique Lodging Porto 6 rooms from £132Families - The spacious suites and self-catering apartments are great for those travelling with childrenBoutique - A beautiful Portuguese house redesigned with modern features, a stylish boutique stayHideaway - Book a suite with a private terrace to make this the perfect hideaway holidayGreat walks - On a sunny day, take a walk through the beautiful Serralves gardens, a perfectly romantic Porto landmarkRecommended by - Great Small Hotels
This modern boutique hotel is housed in a restored, late 19th-century building in Porto's city centre. The best of the bright suites overlook the charming terrace garden. The garden studio is perfect for families, with self-catering facilities and a lounge area. Stylish accommodation downtown. See More
Casa do Conto Porto (703) 6 rooms from £138City Style - Interiors perfectly merge the building's historic features with minimalist modern style creating a chic design hotelLocal exploring - Located in the up-and-coming Cedofeita area, there is lots of local exploring to do from this hotelLocal markets - Take a trip to Mercado Do Bom Sucesso, a food market rich in history with lots of great restaurants to sample local delicaciesSights nearby - Visit the historical centre to views its many monuments and antique facades
A unique concept hotel in Cedofeita, central Porto. The unique architecture of the six individually designed rooms has won the hotel a number of awards; bold, exposed stone engravings adorn the ceilings of the suites, exploring the concept of a 'house'. A stand-out city hotel for design lovers. See More
Torel Palace, Porto Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro) 24 rooms from £139Total relaxation - Equipped with a spa, pool, restaurant and sumptious rooms, this hotel offers it all in the heart of the cityLocal exploring - In the heart of Porto, the Clerigos Tower, Oporto Coliseum and Ribeira Square are nearbyCity Style - Stay in luxury in one of Porto's most popular districtsOpulent - Breathtakingly beautiful inside and out, a stunning renovation of a building built in Portugal's architectural heyday
A newcomer on Porto’s streets, this 24 room hotel is housed in the beautiful 19th century Palacete Campos Navarro. Ornate interiors blend maximalist design with contemporary art, all paying homage to the greats of Portuguese literature. An emerald-green lap pool is a welcome addition. See More
1872 River House Porto 8 rooms from £152Hideaway - Tucked down a narrow sidestreet, 1872 River House is an ideal hidey hole for those looking for a blissful retreatBoutique - An intimate B&B with that perfect mix of the old and the new make this a very desirable boutique stayLocal exploring - Boasting a prime riverside position, walking distance from the UNESCO historic centreLocal markets - Get lost in the famed Mercado do Bolhão (market) between the barnacles and the pigs hoovesRecommended by - I Escape, Tablet
A cosy blue-tinted utopia with gorgeous views over the Douro river. Wonderfully designed and decorated following extensive renovation in 2014, and accessed via a dazzling stained-glass hallway. An enormous range of breakfast options includes fresh local produce. Conveniently placed and very chic. See More
M Maison Particuliere 4050-545 Porto 10 rooms from £155City Style - A revamped 16th-century townhouse stylishly combines soft lighting with ancient tapestries and international artworkRomantic Break - This exclusive hotel provides an intimate setting with dim lighting, chandeliers, grand suites and private butlersLocal exploring - Located in heart of Porto's Historical centre which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage SiteSights nearby - Visit bustling Ribeira Square or Porto Cathedral - both can be seen from the hotel's suites!
A 16th-century Portuguese townhouse turned 5-star boutique hotel. The hotel's ten suites are luxuriously designed, some with Picasso hangings, some with private patios. All come with a private butler. An intimate, romantically lit haven, in the midst of Porto's bustling Old Town. See More
Hotel Infante Sagres Porto 85 rooms from £158City Style - Located in the UNESCO heritage site of Porto, the interiors mix neo-baroque, antiques and contemporary style to great effect5* Luxury - This is Porto's first five-star hotel. Expect attentive service, elegant design, and standout diningSights nearby - Walk through the UNESCO heritage city centre and see the Sé Church, the Clérigos tower and the D. Luís bridgeLocal markets - Check out the charming Mercado do Bolhão market, where you can pick up local produce straight from the farmersRecommended by - Fodors, Frommers, Small Luxury Hotels
A grand historic five-star hotel brimming with tasteful opulence- think stained glass stairwells, carved wooden lifts, and oil paintings. Spacious rooms and suites boast original antiques and indulgent marble bathrooms. Expect modern European dining, an atmospheric bar, & spot-on service. Very chic. See More
Palacio Freixo Porto 87 rooms from £164City Style - A stunning 18th-century Baroque palace boasting frescoed ceilings, gold-trimmed mirrors and infinty pool right on the riverTotal relaxation - Spend some time rejuvinating in the Turkish bath, followed by a pampering spa session and a cocktail on the waterfrontSights nearby - Daily shuttles to the area of Ribeira where you can see Fundação Serralves and Casa da MúsicaRestaurant - Three restaurants offer casual international fare, Portuguese dining, and Italian
Palatial splendour on the banks of the Douro. A sumptuous 18th-century construction with parquet floors, frescoes and ceiling panels, and a Hall of Mirrors. Contemporary rooms are minimalist in design and most offer fab views. A luxury choice with a spa, infinity pool, and several dining options. See More
Porto A S 1829 4050-097 Porto 41 rooms from £167Local exploring - Located on beautiful Rua das Flores which is full of shops, cafés and restaurants plus the river is less than ten-minutes awayRomantic Break - The beautiful rooms and suites are stylish, historic, and intimate. This historic part of Porto calls for evening explorationFoodies - Galeria do Largo Restaurant, which looks out onto hotel's bustling street, serves excellent authentic Portuguese foodCity Style - The rooms merge historical tiles with wood-panelled floors, free-standing baths, velvet armchairs and city viewsRecommended by - Great Small Hotels
Housed in one of Europe's oldest stationary shops, Porto A.S. 1829 is now a stylish boutique hotel in the middle of Porto's old town. The hotel's history is emulated through vintage typewriters, whilst white-washed bedrooms offer a modern, comfortable stay. Bustling urban life is on your doorstep. See More
Rosa et Al Townhouse Porto 7 rooms from £174Local exploring - With a prime location in the arty quarter, there are restaurants & boutiques abound while the historic front is a 15 minute walkCity Style - A beautifully converted townhouse with an innovative restaurant and rotating collection of modern art making it a hip stayRestaurant - Delicious brunches are served and multi-course dinners are offered if ordered in advanceSights nearby - Take a stroll through Ribeira (the Old Town) - a World Heritage SiteRecommended by - Mr & Mrs Smith, I Escape
Armazém Luxury Housing Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro) 13 rooms from £174Romantic Break - This design hotel makes for a unique romantic getaway; book a room with a four-poster bed for added luxuryGroups - The self-catering apartments are perfect for groups and offer ample living spaceSights nearby - Take a tour of the local churches in this historic part of Porto; enquire with the hotel to arrange your tripGreat walks - Take a walk along the Douro River; ask the hotel for a delicious prepared picnic basket
This luxury accommodation occupies a converted 19th-century warehouse in downtown Porto. The bold interior design nods to the building's history with exposed stone walls and iron and wood accents. Self-contained apartments offer a stylish living space, great for groups. A unique, avant-garde hotel. See More
Le Monumental Palace Porto (União de Freguesias do Centro) 76 rooms from £191Honeymoons - Enjoy five-star luxury on your honeymoon staying at this hotel and spa; enquire about honeymoon packagesSpa breaks - With a sauna, hammam and pool, the spa in this hotel covers all bases for guaranteed total relaxationCity Style - This hotel is an excellent, central location, perfect for exploring Porto's sights and soundsRestaurant - The gourmet restaurant Le Monument mixes French and Portuguese flavours while Yakuza is a Japanese restaurant
Torel Avantgarde Porto (Porto, 4050-501) 47 rooms from £200Local exploring - An ideal hilltop location from which to explore the beautiful town, and just a short drive to beaches tooSights nearby - Visit inspiring sights such as Luís I Bridge, Church of São Francisco and Palácio da BolsaSurfing - Discover many surf beaches just a short drive awaySwimming Pool - Outdoor poolRecommended by - Sawdays
A chic hillside hotel with great views over Porto, featuring stylish yet homely interiors. The riot of colour in the floral themed bar is offset nicely by the more elegant restaurant, while light rooms are bold and colorful or muted and sophisticated. The indulgent spa and pool are a real highlight. See More
The Yeatman Porto (Vila Nova de Gaia) 82 rooms from £223Spa breaks - The superb Vinothérapie Spa boasts a tepidarium, Roman bath, sauna and hammam plus a range of Caudalie Vinothérapie treatmentsFoodies - The Yeatman Gastronomic Restaurant is a two-star Michelin restaurant serving contemporary Porto dishesRomantic Break - Totally lavish suites with epic views of Porto and the best boasting an in-room copper tubFamilies - Spacious grounds, kids club and a wide range of accommodations to suit all family groupsRecommended by - I Escape, Kiwi Collection, Relais & Chateaux
Porto’s grand dame of a hotel offers Michelin star dining, a spa and 82 luxurious bedrooms, many overlooking the Douro. It sits high up above the port houses, overlooking its decanter-shaped infinity pool and the River Douro beyond. Designer in style whilst keeping comfort and character in tact. See More
Vila Foz Porto (Nevogilde) 68 rooms from £256Romantic Break - Couples love the romantic rooms at this luxury hotel; book a suite for added indulgence on your couples' getawayCity Style - Situated in a heritage building with modernist interiors, this hotel has lots of contemporary Porto styleLocal exploring - With a coveted seafront location in the city, this hotel is a great starting point for local exploringRestaurant - Elegant Vila Foz restaurant specialises in seafood while the Flor de Lis Restaurant serves more traditional Portuguese dishesRecommended by - Design Hotels, Tablet
This luxury hotel and spa is located in a heritage Porto property. Rooms and suites feature contemporary design with a modernist twist; book a suite for sea views and separate living space. Dine at the seafood restaurant before visiting the sleek onsite spa. An indulgent city getaway. See More