Situated in the historic centre within the heart of Porto, the Pensao Residencial Aviz occupies a wonderful position on a hillside overlooking the Douro River. The hotel provides guests with some interesting views of much of the nearby historical attractions such as neoclassical stock exchange building and the typically Portuguese Manueline-style Church of Santa Clara as well being just a few minutes away from the shopping centre.This elegant but intimate 3-star hotel in the centre of the city provides a warm and cosy place for visitors to stay and relax, with its 63 simple yet comfortable rooms and a pleasant selection of facilities to help you enjoy your stay in the city. Guests can enjoy some delicious meals at the hotel restaurant or enjoy your favourite drink in the cosy bar. There is also free Wi-Fi internet provided throughout the entire building and to help with any additional assistance you might need there is a 24-hour front desk that can also help arrange services such as care hire, laundry and safe deposit boxes.
If you are looking for cosy and affordable accommodation in the centre of Porto then the Pensao Residencial Aviz would be the right choice, with all the essential facilities and a brilliant a central location that all helps to make an enjoyable stay in the city.
The hotel does not have a swimming pool.
The simple but well-appointed rooms come with all the essential comforts you would need including: satellite/cable TV â€“ telephone â€“ private bathroom.
Eating and Drinking
The restaurant at the hotel serves an extensive breakfast each morning to help get the day off to a good start.There is also a bar that provides a welcome place to sit down after a long day and enjoy a refreshing drink.
Porto is the 2nd largest of Portugalâ€™s cities and enjoys a wonderful location that will suit all sorts of visitors, close to the coast and with many sandy beaches found nearby. The city is one of the oldest centres in Europe and has been designed a UNESCO World Heritage site for its many historical monuments with some dating back from the 14th century, including the magnificent Oporto Cathedral the oldest standing building in the city and the impressive Ponte D. Maria railway bridge, considered a feat of wrought iron engineering. There also several popular modern attractions and buildings that makes up this cosmopolitan city including artistic sculptures such as the She Changes, the official graphic symbol of the city and the impressive Casa da Musica concert hall. The most well-known and popular shopping area in the city is the Rua de Santa Catarina in the centre with a huge variety of shops to explore along with more modern commercial shopping centres offering all you endless entertainment possibilities.