Hotels in Porto, Portugal

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  • Alma Porto Hostel: This small 19th century house offers a great social experience. It has a well maintained garden, lounges and wonderfully designed interiors. Very popular with young people.
  • Andarilho Porto Hostel: Centrally located, good quality service and extensive guest facilities. Kitchen is open to all guests. The hostel occasionally holds cultural events as well.
  • Wine Hostel: Affordable clean and comfortable rooms with shower facility. Situated close to the train station.
  • Porto Spot Hostel: The hostel has clean and spacious accommodation. Kitchen is open to the guest and they have a bar on the ground floor. Wi-Fi, DVD and library facilities are offered. 


  • Pestana Porto Hotel: 16th century building situated near the Douro River. Beautiful and spacious bathrooms accompany the well-designed guestrooms.They offer you a complementary wine when you check in.
  • The Yeatman: Each room is equipped with flat screen TV, well stocked minibar and very nice toiletries. Their excellent facilities include a hot tub, indoor pool and wine tasting events.
  • Hotel da Bolsa: Situated close to many touristy sites such as Palacio da Bolsa. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and complementary breakfast to all guests.


  • Pousada Do Porto: Guests will enjoy this 18th century baroque hotel with its range of luxurious facilities. Each room has a separate seating area and is stocked with fancy amenities. The hotel has its own spa, infinity pool, Turkish bath and sauna facilities. Very aristocratic!
  • Hotel Infante De Dagres: Centrally located. All public transport is easily accessible. Their fine dining restaurant prepares some of the most exquisite dishes and drinks and is very popular even among the locals.


Porto food has the best to offer both in terms of quantity and quality. The Francesinha sandwich is to die for! The sandwich is stuffed with assorted meat and a spicy cheese sauce is lathered onto each layer with a side of french-fries. A variety of tripe based dishes are also very popular with the locals. Here are some popular Porto restaurants.

  • Ancorad’Ouro: One of the oldest eating joints at Porto and known to be a popular student haunt and thus very affordable.
  • Yuko: Try their Francesinha sandwiches and wash it down with a refreshing glass of Sangria. Good food at great prices.
  • Mauritania Grill: Excellent customer service and amazing views of the beach.
  • O Filipe: A good place to try traditional fish dishes. A little on the expensive side.
  • Retiro Do Jardim: A hearty meal for a reasonable price. The staff speaks English and their menus are also offered in Spanish, English and French.
  • Nakite: Vegetarians need not fear. Nakite offers a vegetarian version of the famed Francesinha. Nakite doubles as a food store. 

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