See why so many travelers make Hotel Turismo their hotel of choice when visiting Miranda do Douro. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Hotel Turismo is a family-friendly hotel offering a minibar, air conditioning, and a sofa in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service.
Miranda do Douro has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Restaurante e Pizzaria o Moinho and Pizzaria Gorgonzola, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for something to do, Miranda do Douro Cathedral (0.4 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Hotel Turismo.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Turismo as you experience all of the things Miranda do Douro has to offer.
The hotel is located close to the old city. In fact from my room i could see the fortress. The room was ok and the price was good. The staff is very friendly. The room had a balcony but with no access to it. The breakfast was basic but good.
The hotel is very well located; at the entrance of the old city and next to good restaurants as the Mirandês. For the quality you get and the price you pay you cannot ask for more. The rooms are big and clean. Probably in a short medium term it will be necessary to redecorate the rooms once one starts noticing that they have been quite used. Enjoy!
A pleasant stay in this somewhat dated hotel. Good air-con and shower was good in our rather quaint bathroom. Hotel is very central. We drove out to some of the small villages nearby which were very picturesque. Some great scenery in the area. Wifi was available in the lobby only.
Hotel in good location, parking at the front no problem in the evening. Rooms a bit dated although hotel is not that old. Also very annoying light switches in hallways; they really need to be replaced by sensors. Bathroom dated as well, but that was in most hotels we visited in Northern Portugal. Clean, airco/heating. Wifi just on the edge in our 4th floor room. Fresh bread for breakfast, coffee not great. Friendly service.
My husband and I stayed here midweek in the winter of 2013. The town becomes unbelievably busy at weekends, mainly with Spanish shoppers and restaurant goers but it's a lovely place to visit. It's cold in winter time here, with frost most mornings and evenings. This hotel was in the modern part of town and within easy access of the town centre including the taxi rank. Rooms are spacious, we checked out the rooms before staying as we had previously been booked into a hotel in the old part of town which had very small rooms and short beds - strange but true, if you are near 6ft ask to see the room. There was free, fast wifi, widescreen tv with usb connection and remote, good air conditioning which we needed as heating because it was quite cold when we were there, -3 C most nights. The bed was large and comfy, plenty of pillows and extra blankets. Lots of storage, large wardrobe build-in. The bathroom was fine, clean and everything worked as it should. Our room had a balcony, useful for hanging out your laundry (we were on a long trip with small amount of clothing) as the front of the hotel received good sun during the day despite the cold nights. The lift works well and the hallways are well lit with sensor lights. Breakfast was average and adequate for a budget hotel, no complaints about it, eat as much as you want buffet. Considered a budget hotel however we were very happy there and would have stayed longer but the entire hotel was prebooked for the weekend and we had to find an alternative for the remainder of our stay in town. We were teaching locally for a period of 10days. There is a large tv/entertainment room on the top floor so check that out if you don't want to spend all your time in your room or you want to meet some new people.…