If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Guimaraes, look no further than Das Taipas.
Close to Capelas dos Passos da Paixao de Cristo (2.9 mi), a popular Guimaraes landmark, Das Taipas is a great destination for tourists.
Das Taipas offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available on-site.
While staying in Guimaraes, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like Restaurante Principe Parque, which is serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Citania de Briteiros is a popular ancient ruins that is relatively easy to get to.
The staff at Das Taipas looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
This room gave me allergies...literally..family that runs it hangs out watching TV downstairs. Bathroom curtains have mold stains. Breakfast doesn't impress. The carpet on the floor should be vacuumed and the curtains washed.. Has too much dust for people sensitive to allergies.. Staff is noisy.. Mattress is too worned out and has bumps. Meh. Wi-Fi has problems staying connected. TV was nice to get my head out of the problems of the hotel bed I was laying in. Could hear my neighbor cough and shower. I wouldn't repeat the experience unless those issues were solved.
Dated but clean hotel. Close to Guimaraes. Staff very friendly and attentive but on arrival we were checked in by a grumpy grandmother who turned out to be the owner. We stayed 3 nights having used "Odysseias" vouchers with (so called) "room free of charge" but with compulsory minimum spend for food & drink. Bearing this in mind, the food was (although tasty and well prepared) very simple and extremely poor value for money by Portuguese standards. Imagine: Simple roast chicken, salad and fries with soup and a small basic desert including unspecified wine and coffee for €19.50 per person. Elsewhere this would cost €10 at most. And... all 3 nights there was no choice of menu either. You had to eat what you got! As far as I could judge, the house wine was poured from a container into a used bottle (with a label!!), a definite no,no. The restaurant was kept closed but a table was prepared for us in a small side room where the owners and family (including a noisy toddler) also had their meals. Breakfast (this in the restaurant) was of the simple standard Portuguese variety but with good quality rolls and croissants. All in all an odd experience. If the room price is OK, by all means stay, but check on food choice and price first before ordering!…