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13 reviews
Spend a quiet, comfortable night in 5-star accommodations at the Porto Intercontinental. — Afar Magazine
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10 reviews
Built on a hillside overlooking Vila Nova de Gaia... and the Douro River, the luxurious 82-room hotel gets its identity from the local wine trade. — Condé Nast Traveler
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11 reviews
Built on the former site of the 1859 Teatro Baquet, Teatro Hotel Porto is an innovative, four-pearl boutique property with chic theatrical interiors. — Oyster
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11 reviews
A stylish steakhouse that is hoping to lure more locals to the Ribeira, the riverfront neighbourhood of touristy eateries and the embarkation point for many of the Douro River cruises. — Wallpaper
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7 reviews
Even the lobby with its soft carpets and comfy sofas is inviting in this top-notch business and leisure hotel. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
Palacio do Freixo is an elegant, historic hotel situated on the Douro River. — Oyster
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6 reviews
With its winsome modern additions, distinguished 18th-century art and elegant architectural elements, looking into the front door...is a bit like staring into Lewis Carroll's looking glass. — Star Service
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5 reviews
This hotel is a solid luxury option with a roster of facilities and somber but comfortable guest rooms. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
Seen by many as the city's top hotel, the Sheraton Porto's declared aim is to blend design and comfort. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
This landmark hotel retains much of its former splendour, its public areas exuding an old-fashioned charm. — Michelin Guide
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5 reviews
Smack bang in the middle of Porto’s bustling downtown area, Flores Village combines the feel of a hotel with the convenience of an apartment. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
It is cozy, family run and best for couples seeking an up-close immersion into Porto life, rather than an amenity-heavy hotel experience. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Gallery Hostel is anything but dodgy share accommodation, with a boutique concept that aligns it more to a shared-room hotel than a hostel. — Time Out
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4 reviews
Everything you see there is Portuguese - from the sofas to the chandeliers, through to the furs and artwork on display - and it can all be purchased online. — Time Out
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4 reviews
In a restored relic overlooking the Douro, these eight rooms have been blessed with gorgeous wood floors, plush queen beds and marble baths; the best have river views. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
This beautifully restored guesthouse has just six rooms, all with simple but stylish details that effortlessly blend old ..... with contemporary. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
It offers a range of accommodations from cool, modern suites with private bathrooms, to dorms for up to 13 people with extra-wide bunks and locker space for luggage — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Casa do Conto means ‘House of Tales’ in Portuguese, which is fitting given this guesthouse’s diverse history — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
The name means "nice view" and this hotel does indeed overlook the Douro estuary and the Atlantic Ocean. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
One of Europe’s oldest stationary shops has been converted into a modern yet cosy hotel in the heart of Porto’s downtown area. — The Telegraph
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