Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Porto, Carris Porto Ribeira is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its quiet environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Carris Porto Ribeira makes it easy to enjoy the best of Porto.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Carris Porto Ribeira offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Guests of Carris Porto Ribeira are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and a lounge, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Close to some of Porto's most popular landmarks, such as Clerigos Tower (0.3 mi) and Palácio de Cristal (0.6 mi), Carris Porto Ribeira is a great destination for tourists.
Porto has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Taberna dos Mercadores, Ostras & Coisas, and Terreiro, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Livraria Lello, Ponte de Dom Luís I, and Rail Station Sao Bento are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Carris Porto Ribeira is sure to make your visit to Porto one worth remembering.
The discovery of new spaces is always an attraction for me and that is what led me to choose Carris Porto Ribeira. A very good architectural intervention took advantage of several buildings in Ribeira do Porto to transform it into a hotel full of surprises, in the unevenness, in the discovery of the connection between the new and the old, in the spaces that surprise us and force us to look more closely. The room was comfortable and well integrated from the bathroom with window to the bedroom. Very nice view of the Douro from the room Breakfast, despite the virus situation, always went well, with attentive staff and well served Emphasize the courage to be open and do everything for our safety
This hotel is excellently located for the river, the hotel is smart and nicely furnished. The room we had was however very small - with literally no flat surface other than tiny bedside tables and the space around the bed was very tight. Things were so tight that we had to move the tea/ coffee tray to the bathroom. The bathroom was nice and there was a very small wardrobe. The situation due to Covid 19 made things exceptionally difficult for everyone in the city, the bar and restaurant were closed though we were able to get room service ( though had to eat it in the lobby as there was nowhere we could place the dishes in the room). So in summary - great location but perhaps pay for a better room than the basic one. I hope things get back to normal soon - Porto is a beautiful city.…
First of all the location of the hotel is amazing as it is very close to Luís I Bridge & Ribeira Square which has many cafe's and restaurants etc. The square has many people walking around so can get little lively. The hotel had a good set of staff who helped me with a quick Check In and other things as i was visiting Porto for work. The hotel has good and clean rooms and is quite despite the great location. An overall great stay.
This hotel is in a great location, just a couple of minutes from the river Douro, where there are an abundance of bars and restaurants. Our suite (a large double with a sofa) was on the fifth floor with a lovely terrace overlooking the river, which was well used as the weather warm, a bonus for March. Due to the Coronavirus there was no housekeeping and the bar was shut, but it didn't impact us as we were staying just for the weekend. The staff were friendly and helpful. I'd be happy to stay here again.
The position of this hotel is excellent- really convenient for the main square by the river and also accessible for the newer bits of the town. The hotel is generally very smart and the renovation of the old buildings has been done with attention to the original features; some lovely exposed stone walls for example. The bar area is pleasant and we sat here two or three nights for a drink before or after going out to eat. The prices were reasonable too...comparable with bars in the town. Our room was supposed to be a superior one and although it was large and smartly fitted out it was an odd shape with only one small narrow window at one end meaning that the other end where the bed is was very dark and completely lacking in natural light. There were two good sized wardrobe/ cupboards but only one of these had a hanging rail and it only had 6 hangers. There were no drawers anywhere either, despite there being plenty space for stand alone ones in a range of places. There was no dressing table just a large table- again this seemed like an odd use of space. There was a large full length mirror by the door but the poor lighting here meant that the only real place to do make up etc was in the bathroom. The bathroom was a good size and the shower excellent with a large rain shower and a hand held option. However there was no extractor fan meaning that it was a rather steamy affair for the second user! Had a great stay...just some odd design choices that could be easily be remedied.…