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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Helping the Environment
Many features have been incorporated into the design and operation of The Yeatman to help reduce its impact on the environment.
Solar panels are used for water heating and photovoltaic cells generate electricity in order to reduce consumption of mains power. Low energy lighting is installed throughout the building. Rain harvesting supplies water for sanitary use and garden irrigation. A reverse osmosis system produces purified drinking water from the mains supply, reducing emissions created by the transport of bottled water and the recycling of glass. Preference is given to local sources of produce in order to reduce the carbon footprint of The Yeatman's supplies.
Making up one of the few remaining significant areas of green vegetation in the central area of the city, The Yeatman's extensive gardens are managed as a refuge for rare and endangered local plant species and a haven for local and migratory birds. Care has been taken to preserve several mature trees already growing on the site.
The Yeatman has also been designed to harmonise with the city landscape, using materials and an architectural style which allow it to blend.
What's a Wine Partner?
This luxury 5 * hotel in Porto represents the very best of Portuguese wine.Read More >
Sociedade Agrícola de Santar, presents the prestigious portfolio, with the wines Casa de Santar. The name of João Portugal Ramos has been related to Portuguese wines for over 30 years, firstly as consultant winemaker of renowned wine brands, and since 1992, as a producer. Thomas Reynolds, an English seaman and a merchant, arrived in Portugal in 1820 lured by the wine business. He set up in the Northern town of Porto with his two sons, Thomas and Robert. Herdade das Servas is located in Estremoz, Alentejo, Portugal and belongs to the Serrano Mira family. The family owns 200 hectares of vines and has been producing fine wines for countless generations. Quinta do Ameal is a small ancient property (1710) of rare natural beauty.