Located in one of the most prestigious areas in town! Our place was done for people who want only the best: a bed that satisfies even more than at home, decoration that stimulate the senses and an experience unlike any other.
Bom Jardim Street is an artery that is historically referenced since the thirteenth century and was a medieval route to the north in the Roman time. Starting in Marquês do Pombal Square and extending to Rua Pasos Manuel, is one of the biggest and most important streets of the city of Porto, highlighting to the centuries-old shops, typical restaurants , grocery stores, hair salons, health food stores , bookstores , Rivoli Theatre, and also many modern shops.
- Room 1: with queen size bed, confortable mattress and duvuet;
- Room 2: with 2 single beds (turns into a double bed);
- Room 3: with 2 single beds (turns into a double bed);
- Room 4: with 2 single beds (turns into a double bed), with very nice views ans balcony;
- 1 bathroom with bathtub;
- 1 bathroom with walk-in shower;
- Living room with confortable sofa, cable TV and dining table that seats eight;
- Kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need including microwave, oven, dish washer, fridge, coffe machine, toaster, kettle and everything you need for home cooking. You will also find a small balcony;
- Towel and linens are provided;
- Wi-Fi is provided throughout the apartment;
- The property also offers breakfast delivery;
- The building does not have lift.
Interaction with guests
We will be here to welcome you and to give you tips to discover Porto, offering the best experience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Always available on the phone or in person for everything you might need and make your stay in Porto a pleasant one.
Other things to note
São João Festival: This is the main festival in Porto, staged on 23 June in honour of Saint John the Baptist (patron saint of the city). People pour into town from all over the country and for 24 hours the city centre hosts a gigantic party, with street music, concerts, grilled sardines on open-air barbecues and all sorts of imaginative happenings and events. Don’t be surprised if you see the partygoers striking one another with garlic flowers or plastic hammers – it’s all part of the traditional fun! The events comes to a climax at midnight on 23 June in the main square in Ribeira, by the river, with Chinese lanterns released into the night sky and a huge fireworks display over the River Douro.
Serralves Festival: Porto’s biggest festival of contemporary arts is held in the beginning of June in Serralves Park and various other venues around the city. The programme lasts just a weekend and features concerts, avant-garde theatre, dance, cinema and special events for children.
Fantasporto: An international festival of fantasy cinema and horror films, held in February/March each year at the Rivoli Teatro Municipal. The programme features everything from blockbusters to small independent art films.