The best cheap hotels in Porto
This venue, where you can now get a good night’s sleep at a budget-friendly price, has a lot of history. The century-old Art Deco building first held the Águia D’Ouro Café and Inn in 1839, and in 1908 saw the inauguration of the Cinema Águia D’Ouro, one of the best cinemas of the era. The hotel has preserved some references to the old cinema in its theme.
Double rooms from €45.
This boutique hotel, located just a few meters from the riverfront, came out of the imagination of a food expert and a mechanical engineer. Teresa Ferreira and Rui Carvalho opened the doors of this 19th-century building in February 2016, after refurbishing the whole space.
Rooms from €60.
Boavista Guesthouse has everything you want for a getaway. It’s close enough to walk to Baixa (downtown), but far enough from the nightlife area to get a restful night’s sleep.
Rooms from €45.
Let’s present Porto’s Grande Hotel the way we would tell a story… Once upon a time, there was a grand hotel that was founded right in the middle of the city, in the year 1880. Yes, Porto’s Grande Hotel is almost 140 years old, and it continues to be a reference.
Rooms from €60.
Tryp Porto Centro is located close to Santa Catarina street. The breakfast buffet is enough to recharge the energy you spent during the night (whatever you did) and, at the end of the day, the bar has a cocktail menu. There’s also a babysitting service upon request.
Rooms from €58.
Pão de Açúcar (Sugarloaf) is one of the oldest hotels in the city. Construction started in 1939 and it welcomed its first guests in 1953. One of the first things you’ll notice is the spiral staircase that leads to the 50 rooms. The hotel is also located on one of the city’s most up-and-coming streets.
Rooms from €55.