following the tips on here, we boked the superior room, meaning the 3rd flood one.
Plenty of space and reasonable furniture.
The mini-fridge stank, and when opening, the room kinda smelled too, but we could open the window... thank god for incense sticks!
The plumbing also had a smell, like they weren't used for a while.
The windows were dirty, with dust and the rain (although it was a hot week)
We were very welcomed by the receptionist, who guided us by phone as the city is in construction / road pavement and we were driving in circles in viseu.
After checking in, we only walked through the city: The old town, the historic buildings, the funiculaire (dunno how to say it in english, is like the one they have in Montmatre/ Paris). Wear confortable shoes when exploring the town, as Viseu is all cobble stone pavement and up and down hill!
The hotel itself is located on a uphill street.
The parking is very narrow and linited, you might have difficulties in parking in front of the hotel or in the same street.
the breakfast was poor, and lacking of so much. THere was: milk, coffee, tea, yogurt, powder dissolved juice (blhahhhh), bread, sweet cake, fresh fruit, cheese and ham, fruit salad (!!). For a non dairy it is even more limited the options...
the elvator was a joke, small as a button, with very sensitive sensors, keeping bringing us down to ground floor! the 2 of us could hardly fit there with out minimal 1 night luggage!
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