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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
This design hotel stands in the spot of the 1859 Teatro Baquet, a swank hideaway done up by interior designer Nini Andrade e Silva. — Lonely Planet
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7 reviews
This top player, a member of Leading Hotels of the World, is the city's most reliable international-style hotel, welcoming a steady flow of groups, tourists and individuals year-round — Star Service
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7 reviews
Set on the banks of the Douro, on the east side of the Arrabida Bridge, a short five-minute taxi ride to the old city, and looking out across the river toward Vila Novia. — Star Service
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11 reviews
This pint-sized property is a darling of savvy individuals who seek full immersion in Porto's lively and lush old city — Star Service
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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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6 reviews
One for special occasions, this refined, modern restaurant in the Sheraton sets the scene with high-back caramel chairs, pristine white tablecloths and ceramic lights. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Located close to the inner-ring road, north of the old city, this property looks, from the outside at least, like a clone of the Porto Palacio — Star Service
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7 reviews
Operating as a hotel since 1880, this 94-room property isn't short on character, with a fancy Victorian facade, elaborate chandeliers, high ceilings, and marble columns. — Concierge
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4 reviews
So much more than just a bed for the night, Gallery Hostel, with its rooms named after local architects, writers and artists, gives you a real flavour of Porto. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
A small and welcoming river-front hotel at the heart of Porto’s old town. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
Besides regular rooms, the hotel has suites and self-catering apartments for up to eight people, making it ideal for families. — Frommer's
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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
As the name suggests, this friendly modern guesthouse a short walk from the shops of Rua Santa Catarina has six rooms, so book ahead. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Named after prominent avant-garde artists, designers and musicians – from Warhol to Nina Simone – the luxe rooms and suites are decorated in rich colours and fabrics. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
A classic, 19th-century seaside inn outside and a thoroughly modern if somewhat characterless hotel inside. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Casa do Conto is one of the trendiest-looking guesthouses in Porto — Time Out
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3 reviews
The modern Bluesock is a hostel-hotel fusion of sorts, well suited to the slightly older backpacker market — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
This hotel dates back to Porto's halcyon years in the 1950s but reopened in 1992 with an up-to-date look and good-value prices. — Frommer's
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