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The Lusitana Hotel, with more than two decades, is located in the center of Porto, near tourist attractions like the Clérigos Tower, Super Bock Arena (Crystal Palace) and Soares dos Reis National Museum. Also, it is close to places such as the Maternity Julio Dinis, the Hospital Santo António and the British Council.
This comfortable hotel is equipped with all the facilities that will give you the perfect stay at a fantastic price.
This downtown area is ideal for walking around the ancient Porto, get to know our monuments and delight you with good restaurants. Also offers the best location close to streets full of traditional shops.
The Hotel is equipped with Wi-Fi and guests can make use of a car park next to the hotel with access 24 hour/day. All rooms have a private bathroom. Rooms are divided into 3 floors and the hotel does not have a lift.
To better serve its guests, all rooms have air conditioning and soundproofing. Some even have a minibar. The outdoor area, renovated in November 2019, invites you to relax a little outdoors.
The cozy atmosphere of this small hotel will make you feel like you’re in your own home. Our staff is prepared to give you the welcome and present you to our city.
Our hotel enjoys an excellent location in the center of Porto.
Starting at the Lusitana Hotel, you can discover Invicta starting at the emblematic Rua de Cedofeita or passing through the Soares dos Reis National Museum. From there, in an instant you reach the famous Clérigos Tower. Here you will have an impressive view of the city from 75 meters high!
In the meantime, you can visit Livraria Lello and enjoy an éclair at Leitaria da Quinta do Paço, located in downtown Porto since 1920.
With renewed strength, he is ready to walk down Rua dos Clérigos and continue to discover our city. Discover our suggestions for must-see places to visit in Porto and Vila Nova de Gaia.
One of the oldest and most typical places in Porto, next to the Douro River and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Notable for its 18th century baroque gilded carving set.
The ex-libris of the city of Porto.
Famous for its historically themed tile panels.
Porto’s historic cafe.
Very diversified spaces that maintain the layout outlined in the late 19th century.
Voted the third most beautiful in the world.
With exhibitions of Portuguese painting and sculpture from the 19th and 20th centuries.