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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Mind & Body
The Yeatman is set in extensive landscaped gardens, a serene and tranquil retreat where guests can unwind and relax as they absorb the stunning views over a refreshing drink or a leisurely game of croquet.
The Caudalie Vinothérapie® Spa is an oasis of calm and wellbeing, where guests can enjoy a unique range of facial and body treatments based on beneficial natural ingredients extracted from the grape, renowned for their antioxidant properties.
Guests have exclusive use of two panoramic infinity pools. The indoor pool with direct access from the spa features a post-treatment relaxation area. Surrounded by gardens, the outdoor pool enjoys spectacular panoramic views from its spacious sun terrace.
Next to the indoor pool we have a fully equipped gym where a resident personal trainer provides advice on a range of fitness and exercise programmes.
A comprehensive programme of tastings and seminars stimulates both mind and senses, offering guests the opportunity to develop an understanding of the rich and varied culture of wine. The Yeatman's restaurant team leads guests on a voyage of discovery of imaginative food and wine pairings and the varied flavours of local fresh produce.
The Yeatman experience is designed to allow every guest to depart restored and refreshed in body and mind.
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