Good value for price - stayed there for 5 nights for a very affordable price. A step up from a true hostel, but not quite a full service hotel. Customer service was good - we arrived late, phoned ahead and the clerk stayed late to see us in. Cheap private rooms are in the basement, not the greatest sleep quality, but hey, we're traveling on a budget and aren't in the rooms except to sleep. Free wi-fi was nice. Breakfast was decent but grew to be a bit repetitive, it could stand to have some variety and more fruits, however the marmalade and coffee was very good. Moroccan decorations were nice, overall an enjoyable experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Porto’s city centre, just a few meters from the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Porto Riad Guest House offers its clients an unforgettable and unique experience. Porto Riad is an enchanting and traditional house from the 40s totally renovated in 2009 under the theme of the Orient. Its mission is to provide clients an exotic and inspiring atmosphere. We invite you to share relaxed moments with an aromatic mint tea or a port. "Feel the magic of a Riad and discover the fascinating history of Porto." We are surrounded by the main touristic attractions and historical monuments of Porto, and we emphasize "Bolhao," the market, the Town Hall, Clerigos Church, the stock market and the historical area of Ribeira. ... more less
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