Pensao Estoril

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rua de Cedofeita 193, Porto, Northern Portugal, 4050-179, Portugal
Pensao Estoril
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Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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where to sleep? confused

by piglet44

Hi all
have done massive combing of internet to find a hotel in Porto. We like modest residencial type places not fancy hotels. can budget around 60E for a double.But we will be with a car so it seems very hard to find something central with parking! I have found these places can anyone give me input on any of them?
Peninsular, Cristal, Grande Rio,Unversal?
I don't really like the chains like Mercure or Ibis so much but maybe if they have parking its better??
I REALLY like to be in walking distance of the main downtown area when I visit a city. Can anyone advise?? We will be travelling in July.thanks

Re: where to sleep? confused

by Redang

Residencial S Gabriel, modest (it says 5 stars but it deserves lower category), central Porto but ask about parking

Re: where to sleep? confused

by Redang

Their site says private garage; I've been there several times, but always without car, ask them.

Everything, at a stone's throw!

Re: where to sleep? confused

by piglet44

thanks Redang I found this one
which also has a private car park. How is the location?

Re: where to sleep? confused

by colares

We have stayed several times in the Pensao Santa Catherina in Porto. Its an old castle with a nice garden. It is quiet there and you walk in few minutes to the center of the city, although it is located on a busy road (Rua de St. Catherina). Private parking, really locked in the evening. We found this ideal. If it fits into your budget presently, I don't know. There are reviews on Tripadvisor:
Enjoy your trip.

Re: where to sleep? confused

by Redang

It's the same street as Residencial S Gabriel but further from the city center; I haven't been to that area before but I'd bet it's ok but I really don't know, sorry. When I said 5 stars, I meant 4 but it dereves less, sorry for the mistake.

Travel Tips for Porto

Dom Luis bridge

by AndyRG

It is maybe the most impressive bridge of the city, which offers the delights of a river city, as it is situated in the mouth of Douro river, from where boats leave to sail up. The view is excellent, its typical quarters -especially the "zona riberinha"- and the hills of Se and Vitoria are admirable.

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by arasnosliw

And here's yet another one of those Port wine advertisements. There are way too many wine caves to visit, but if you're feeling especially energetic you can visit them all. I only saw 3. They all start to feel the same after a while.

Vinho do Porto

by suvanki

Vinho do Porto is the geographic name of origin.

Port wine is a sweet fortified wine, which is exclusively produced in the Douro Valley, then aged and bottled in the city of Porto.

Apparently, there is some conlict between the farmers and wine producers who claim that this world renowned drink should be renamed Douro and not Port, as this is where it is initially made.
To be continued........


by micas_pt

Porto is Portugal's second main city, also called the North capital. There you will find everything a big city has: education (universities), good health services, culture (Porto was European Culture Capital back in 2001), good nightlife, good access such as airport, railway, highway, excellent food and wine ... On map you can see "position" in mainland Portugal.

Steep Stands

by Frankinho

The stands in the Estadio do Bessa are quite steep. We were located in the upper part of the main stand. If people stand up during the match (and our fans are standing for most of the time, usually ...), one can hardly see the action at the near sideline. But generally, the view is great and the roof provides for a loud atmosphere.


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