Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
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For those seeking an unforgettable experience, an exclusive and individually tailored dinner or tasting can be arranged in a private dining room which recreates the atmosphere of a wine cellar.
This unique environment is also available for VIP receptions or events. A dedicated event coordinator will take care of every detail and be on hand to provide assistance at each stage.
Private thematic events, such as wine dinners or gastronomic evenings, can be organized by prior arrangement. A special table set on an elevated private veranda and commanding the hotel's most breathtaking views of the river and the city can also be booked exclusively for a spectacular lunch, dinner or barbecue.
For guests seeking to dine in an intimate and romantic setting, al fresco meals can be served, weather permitting, on the private terraces of the guest rooms.
The hotel also has access to other venues in the area, including the nearby Port ‘lodges', where private events and functions can be organized.
To create a unique experience phone us on +351 220 134 200 and ask for the Events Team or contact us by email via firstname.lastname@example.org
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