The 3-star budget Porto Domus Hotel is a casual, yet elegant choice that features a golf course and boating as well as room rates at 61£. For budget travelers, look no further than Porto Spot Hostel, set 600 meters away from the city center. For a more budget-friendly option, try Vice Rei, just a 20-minute walk from Clerigos Tower. Residencial Porto Novo and Cristal Guest House offer affordable rates in the heart of Sé district.
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Where to stay in Porto?
Best cheap hotels in Porto
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Hotel Puma is a cozy apartment that puts you within walking distance of Francisco Sa Carneiro airport and features a free private car park and complimentary parking. Hotel Paulista is a great choice that is right next to Aliados metro station, which offers room rates from 54£. Teatro is a 5-minute walk from São Bento train station and offers all the conveniences of a modern hotel.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
To be based in the city center, look for accommodation in Sé district, such as Istay Hotel Porto Centro which is close to Passeio das Virtudes. A top-rated option is Infante De Sagres, which is less than 0.3 km from the city center. Guests planning to visit Paranhos district could consider booking a room at Hotel Palanca, which is a short walk from Fonte da Praca de Ribeira.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Porto
Hotels including Hotel Aliados and Pestana Vintage Porto offer high-end facilities and access to a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a wellness centre. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Pestana Palacio Do Freixo, which is also a 15-minute walk away from Quinta de Bonjoia.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Historical Porto Studios By Porto City Hosts is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 250 meters from Rui Paula DOP. Home Made Guest Studios is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 25-minute walk from Ferreira Cellars. Porto Nautico is located a 15-minute walk from Quinta de Sacais and offers a family-friendly holiday apartment with an outdoor swimming pool, hiking and a sundeck. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near PortuGalito, such as Hotel Grande Rio or Hotel Portinari.
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Associated with the port wine trade since the 18th century, Porto is an industrious and fascinating city. Located at the mouth of the Douro estuary, Porto is built in a series of winding streets up the sloping banks rising from the river, with dramatic views and a unique atmosphere. Much of the action focuses on the Douro with its imposing port lodges, elegant villas and cluster of narrow streets in the old quarter. Porto is an ideal destination for wine buffs and anyone who enjoys a city with character. Online accommodation specialist Hotelmix.co.uk has partnered with a great choice of places to stay in Porto Portugal to ensure the best value hotel rooms in the city, regardless of your requirements or budget. Booking Porto accommodation in advance leaves more time to explore this compelling city.
What's Porto Like?
The Cais de Gaia waterfront area and the Vila Nova de Gaia neighbourhood on the south bank of the river are an obvious focus for visitors interested in the port trade. It's possible to take a tour round the evocative port warehouses with their famous brand names and learn about the British connections with the port lodges. Porto has plenty to offer in addition to its wine. The 12th-century cathedral is a dramatic Gothic and baroque fortress-like structure with exquisite tiled cloisters. Gustave Eiffel designed the striking iron bridge over the Douro on two levels, carrying trains, cars and pedestrians. The old town quarter of Ribeira, heading uphill from the quayside is a UNESCO World Heritage site, a warren of atmospheric streets with little bars and restaurants in medieval porticoes. It's a lively and romantic area to wander in the evenings. Booking Porto hotels allows a leisurely exploration of the city. If you have a problem where to stay in Porto, we will help you make the best choice and choose the best cheap hotels in Porto.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Porto
The port trade connection means English has been a familiar language in Porto for three centuries, but it does no harm to offer a few phrases of Portuguese even if they are limited to a "bom dia" or "obrigado". The locals in Porto are nicknamed "tripe-eaters" because of their fondness for this particular dish, but northern Portuguese cuisine offers plenty of alternatives. Many menus feature bacalhau, traditional salted cod, cooked in many ways, often in fragrant stews. Look out for small bars offering petiscos, little plates that are Porto's version of tapas. Hotelmix.co.uk presents a wealth of information to allow visitors to make an informed choice about their hotels in Porto Portugal. By featuring certified guest reviews alongside photos, sample room descriptions and maps locating the main tourist sights and transport connections, Hotelmix.co.uk ensures you have all the facts to identify the best hotel to stay in Porto.