Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
All Suite interiors are decorated in an understated classic style providing an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication and individuality.
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A great classic hotel defines a destination, providing an authentic and memorable sense of place. The magnificent World Heritage city of Porto is defined by such an iconic property. The Yeatman Hotel.
Member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux collection of hotels and distinguished with a Michelin Star for its restaurant under the direction of Chef Ricardo Costa, The Yeatman Hotel in Porto is a unique and distinctive landmark in the world of classic luxury hotels.
Oporto (or Porto, as it is known locally), is the city in Northern Portugal which gave its name to Port wine, and has been the home of British wine shippers and their families for over three centuries. Inspired by this heritage, The Yeatman Hotel blends the finest Portuguese traditions of hospitality with a uniquely British flair for understated and stylish comfort.
Timeless elegance and a wealth of authentic detail create a very special atmosphere which evokes the distinctive personality of this ancient city and its historic link to the world of wine. Occupying a commanding hillside position on the south bank of the River Douro, every room at The Yeatman Hotel enjoys breathtaking, panoramic views over the historic centre of Porto.
Offering individuality of character and a sense of effortless comfort, The Yeatman Hotel is the address of choice for discerning travellers visiting Porto and the North of Portugal.
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