Flores Village Hotel & Spa
Time Out says
Flores Village has the facilities of a hotel, the convenience of an apartment and the personalised service of a guesthouse, and therefore offers a good all-round accommodation option in Porto. The hotel also happens to be located on one of the city’s liveliest streets, Rua das Flores, which is lined with shops, cafés and restaurants. Furthermore, the hotel’s own wine and tapas bar, Pateo das Flores, serves quality food in a trendy enclosed courtyard.
Other onsite facilities include a spa, sauna, steam room, gym and an underground Roman bath. There’s also a big back garden with chilled music, sun lounges and city views, and the inside lounge area offers complimentary tea, coffee and juice all day.
The rooms are simple yet elegant with varied characteristics such as bathtubs, kitchenettes and balconies. Some also have incredible city views. Groovy mod cons include touchpad lights and TVs disguised as mirrors and all rooms have a coffee machine.
Excellent customer service forms the cornerstone of the hotel experience, with the bright and bubbly staff happy to go above and beyond to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay. You also get a complimentary port wine on arrival. Bonus.
Rua das Flores, 139
|Transport:||São Bento train and metro stations|
|Price:||Double rooms from €122 in low season and €170 in high|