Hotel addressRua da Alegria 29
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- Tel. (+351)223400700
- Fax. (+351)223400709
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ibis Porto Centro - hotel reviews in Oporto
Hotel code: 3344
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"Very good hotel in downtown Porto"
14th September 2013, Clay001, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
We were very satisfied with this Ibis hotel. The staff, rooms and location of the hotel are very good. The only not so good thing is the entrance to the building (between the sidewalk and the lift to the hotel -- yes, the reception is on the 3rd floor) which smells a little bad.The sleeping quality is +++!
"Very clean hotel with friendly staff"
31st August 2013, Axl L, Hong Kong
This hotel is conveniently located at about 10-15 mins walk from the Sao Bento train station. The housekeeping is doing a very good job in keeping the room spotless, and the staff are friendly. The room is not very spacious, but enough for a budget travller.
"Good Budget Hotel in a quiet and convenient location in the heart of town"
17th July 2013, AdelaideRobbie, Adelaide
Ibis Port Centro is located in a fairly quiet back street in the old part of Porto. The hotel has reasonable sized rooms with modern facilities. The staff were friendly, welcoming and helpful. There is an onsite cafe for breakfast and light meals. Next door to the hotel is a supermarket (Pingo Doce) which is great for a quick breakfast (try Menu 1) or coffee. In the street, just a few metres away are two good local restaurants (Don Rodrigo and Muca No Porto) that serve excellent local food at very reasonable prices. The biggest plus for this hotel is its location as it is an easy walk from the metro station, close to the local buses and many of the local tourist attractions. For the budget traveler this is a good choice.
"A portal to Porto"
3rd February 2013, alakimoff, Salem, Oregon, USA
We enjoyed our stay right at the entrance to the old town of Porto. The location was excetllent since it was just off the walking street and close to everything. The service was great and you just could not beat the fact that there was parking and a supermarket all below you.
"Lack of Breakfast"
10th November 2012
Having booked three nights at Ibis Porto, to include breakfast each morning was very annoyed when going down to breakfast at 0540 to be told that they did not do breakfast until 0630 ( all info, including that on the room key cover shown 0400 - 1200 with only a lite breakfast being available 0400 - 0630). So breakfast on our last day was denied but we were still charged then to add insult to injury we were charged for two coffees and then had to pay 14Euro for food at the airport prior to leaving Portugal. Complaint has been sent but apart from an Auto-gen response no further contact received
"Very good budget hotel with perfect location"
3rd July 2012
Very good budget hotel with perfect location near Rua de Santa Catarina with many shops. Supermarket just under the hotel. Same standard of rooms as in other Ibis hotels.
"My Stay At Ibis Oporto"
19th June 2012, JamesDean_12, Bristol, United Kingdom
I was surprised by the genuine friendliness of the staff when we arrived. The room as clean and the bed good for sleeping. There was also ample room for working and free WiFi in the lounge area. I also got 30 minutes free wifi in the room. The Hotel is in a good location for exploring the beautiful city of Oporto on foot.
"A comfortable, clean budget option in Porto"
2nd June 2012, Travelbugonabudget, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Sure, the Ibis may lack the charm and luxury of some independent European hotels, but for the price, you really can't beat the comfort and convenience of the Porto Centro location. For those looking for a safe, welcoming place to hang their hats while traveling, the Ibis is a wonderful option. We liked the newly refurbished rooms, with their welcoming color scheme and ample storage for clothes. We appreciated their environmental commitment and the fact that they had a 24-hour bar for those who might be suffering some travel insomnia. Everything we asked for -- from our wake-up call to arranging a very early morning taxi - was handled without a hitch by friendly, English-speaking staff. These may seem like small things, but believe me, when they're not part of the experience, it can color one's impression, sometimes significantly. So we appreciated the Ibis for exactly what it was: A reliable chain hotel with all the basic amenities.A few things we wish were a little different: The entrance to the hotel is quite depressing, underneath a dark walkway where panhandlers tend to hang out. I can say that the panhandlers we encountered were actually very sweet and friendly folks -- not at all intimidating -- and it was actually nice to have some other human 'eyes on the street' in an otherwise dark point of entry. But it would be nice to see the entrance brightened up a bit if possible.I also wish they offered free wifi in the rooms (it was free in the lounge area only, with a modest fee to pay for use in the rooms) and free breakfast to guests. These are upcharges many budget hotels include in their prices, and it might be a reason I would seek out an alternative next time I travel to Europe. I might actually feel better paying a few dollars more for the room and having these conveniences built in, but that may just be me. All in all, we had a very good experience at the Ibis and I would recommend it to those who like to spend less on their lodging so they have more at their disposal to truly take advantage of all the city has to offer.
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