- A king size or twin beds featuring luxury linens
- A large marble bathroom featuring Caudalie® amenities including a lavish double vanity area
- Deep soaking tub
- Walk-in double shower
- Separate living area featuring a sofa, lounge chairs and an entertainment centre featuring a Plasma television
- A second television
- Dressing area
- A writing desk
- Private bar
- In-room safe
- Dual-line telephone
- Integrated sound speakers
- Complimentary standard internet access
- A choice of books illustrative of Portugal and/or the theme of wine
- Fully furnished, private, double terrace featuring a small dining set and lounge chairs
226 Ideal Drinks
Suite 226 is incredibly light and airy, with carpeted floors, a living room area, dressing room, double terrace, second TV and integrated speakers throughout the suite.
As with all our suites, 226 has been individually decorated, with light yellow walls and matching furnishings.
Suite 226 has approximately 65m² of room area, a furnished private terrace of approximately 40m² and a bathroom area of approximately 15m².
Traditional, whitewashed louvered shutters open to give the bathroom a stunning view of the city.
As well as luxurious comfort and comprehensive amenities, our generously proportioned suites offer a relaxing living area with sofa and lounge chairs as well as a fully furnished private terrace with breathtaking views over the Douro River and the historic city centre of Oporto.
Suites feature a minimum of 40m² and are luxuriously appointed and decorated. Each private terrace offers between 20m² and 45m² of space, perfect for families or small gatherings. Many junior suites are situated on corners of the hotel and will benefit from spectacular sunsets. Many suites can be configured as a two-bedroom suite with the addition of a connecting room.
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«The panoramic indoor pool is heated and offers spectacular views over the city of Porto and the River Douro.»Thomas Byron, London