I would definitely recommend this place for everyone looking for a low cost accommodation in Porto. The location is the best you can find there: you are in between the new part of the city and the old part. The room was algo very good: nice views, nice and simple furniture from Ikea and a comfy bed with soft blankets. However, we were in the 3rd floor and the wifi did not work there (but you could use the laptop in the reception whenever you felt like it). There were no private bathrooms but they were quite clean and the showers were good (clean, with places to leave your stuff...). The people working there were also nice and friendly and they were willing to help you whenever you needed. We had free breakfast but we woke up late so no idea about it :P
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Flores Street, the Hostel is in a historical building is around 100 years old.Porto Alive Hostel is considered the best located Hostel in Porto. At 1 minute from the Metro and Rail Station 'Sao Bento'. Porto Alive Hostel is in the heart of downtown, surrounded by the main square Aliados, main monuments, restaurants, gardens and nigt life.And off course, the old Porto centre (Ribeira), just 5 minutes to the river. Free use of fully equipped kitchen, living room and internet. ... more less
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