Hotel Infante Sagres

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  • Address: Praça Dona Filipa de Lencastre, 62, 4050-259 Porto
  • Tel.: +351 223398500
  • Website: http://hotelinfantesagres.pt
  • Opening hours: Open 24 hours
  • Cost: Exclusive (€€€)
  • Tags: Tram
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  • Internet access point: Yes
  • Wireless internet access: Yes
  • Languages: Portuguese, Spanish, English, French
  • Payment cards: Multibanco, VISA, American Express, Mastercard
  • Infante Sagres is a boutique hotel. It is housed in a building from the 1950s which mixes the neo-baroque with an irreverent contemporary style. It is located in the city centre and is a few metres from the UNESCO World Heritage site and from the art and fashion bar district. It is one of the 'Small Luxury Hotels of the World' and offers 70 rooms, 8 of which are suites.
  • Characteristics: Air conditioning, Restaurant, Facilities for meetings and events, Satellite TV/ Pay TV
  • GPS: 41.1479715, -8.6129362
  • E-mail: reception@hotelinfantesagres.pt
  • Fax: +351 223398599
  • Nearest Wi-fi/hotspot: Wifi Porto Digital - Avenida dos Aliados , From Praça General Humberto Delgado to Praça da Liberdade
  • Bus: STCP - 1M, STCP - 200, STCP - 201, STCP - 202, STCP - 207, STCP - 208, STCP - 300, STCP - 301, STCP - 302, STCP - 303, STCP - 304, STCP - 305, STCP - 3M, STCP - 400, STCP - 4M, STCP - 500, STCP - 501, STCP - 507, STCP - 5M, STCP - 600, STCP - 601, STCP - 602, STCP - 703, STCP - 7M, STCP - 801, STCP - 8M, STCP - 900, STCP - 901, STCP - 904, STCP - 905, STCP - 906, STCP - ZH, STCP - 10M, STCP - 11M, STCP - 12M, STCP - 13M
  • Tram: STCP - Circular trip Carmo - Batalha
  • Metro: Metro do Porto - D
  • Sightseeing Tours: City Sightseeing Portugal - Blue Line, Red Line; Yellow bus - Historical Porto, Porto Castles
  • Recommended for: Couples, Families, Seniors, Businessmen, Exclusive, MICE Organizers

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