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Set in an iconic building, Hotel Império do Rei is a hotel located in the historical center of Castelo Branco. Free WiFi access is available. On a whole this place is ideally situated. Super friendly staff. They helped me with my Portugese and I with their English. My concerns (if any) were met with respect and promptly dealt with.
Located in Castelo Branco city center and in the heart of its shopping area, Hotel Rainha D. A like the place cos have been stay in the place for a long time and they always been very good to me or my friends. A think a was in city when they open .a most getting on .lovely place and staff
Hotel Meliá Castelo Branco is located on a hilltop, offering panoramic views of Castelo Branco. It features a health club with an indoor pool, sauna and Turkish bath. Breakfast was a hot buffet with a lot of selection. The staff was always professionally dressed and they went out of their way to make us feel like valued customers.
Providing garden views, BOUTIQUE a ESPLANADA in Castelo Branco provides accommodations, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. Passadiço do Parque do Barrocal walkway is 1312 feet away. I have been on a roadtrip through Portugal since COVID-19 started, this has been THE PLACE that welcomed the best so far. Staff and Owner are always wearing masks and you can tell they have new safety measures in place, yet while it looks different it feels the same, I felt welcomed and safe...for once no fear...You receive your room door lock pin codes prior to arrival and literally don't have to speak to anyone to go in and out and my breakfast was setup in the room. Hope to be back to visit a bit more of Castelo Branco!
Pousada de Juventude de Castelo Branco is located in the charming city of Castelo Branco just a 15-minute walk from the train station. This youth hostel includes free WiFi access. breakfast very good choice, room and bathroom facilities lovely and warm, clean, spacious. good WiFi, lovely, friendly staff very accommodating. Overall a very positive and enjoyable stay. will do it again
Located within 1312 feet of St. Michael's Church and 1312 feet of Cargaleiro Museum in Castelo Branco, CASA 92 - OS LUGARES DE CASTRALEUCA offers accommodations with a flat-screen TV. Very central, modern and clean! Appreciate the help on arrival with the key pad lock! Would recommend...
Located in the historic center of Castelo Branco, Telhadense offers air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. Jardim do Parque da Cidade is a 5-minute walk away. Can't fault this hotel ,great cham and clean as a whistle,staff and owners very friendly also:)
With free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception, Horta d’Alva is in central Castelo Branco. Set a 5-minute drive from the landscaped Bishop’s Palace Gardens, it has lots of free parking spaces. Very friendly staff. They do their utmost best to let you feel at home. Free parking in the city is a big plus. Fast internet. Very clean. Very spacious and comfy bathroom.
Casa das 4 estações is located in Castelo Branco, 1.1 miles from St. Michael's Church and 1.2 miles from Episcopal Palace Gardens, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed.
Casa de Perais is located in Castelo Branco, 18 mi from Cargaleiro Museum. Free private parking is available on site. Host was the most amazing person in Portugal Thanks Laura
Pousada de Juventude de Castelo Branco is located in the charming city of Castelo Branco just a 15-minute walk from the train station. This youth hostel includes free WiFi access. breakfast very good choice, room and bathroom facilities lovely and warm, clean, spacious.
On average, 3-star hotels in Castelo Branco cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Castelo Branco are $81 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Castelo Branco can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The town is a great place with lots to do and see and central to a lot of areas. I was in Portugal buying a property so this area had everything I needed to have. At 135 miles from Lisbon Airport, it was a gentle drive but very easy on the Toll Roads (A1 - North\A23). Nice area and visually very clean and tidy.
Very nice area. In march, we stayed outside in a park for 2 hours, in the sun, it was like july. The people are 90% of the time extremely welcoming. Prices are low, food is excellent (too much !) You will not regret this jewel, far from classic touristic areas.
Castelo Branco is a good-sized city with many different facilities. There are many different villages and other things to see a short distance away. Monsanto is not far away. I could not list everything to see. There is so much that is good. I have found the people of Castelo Branco to be very accommodating, welcoming and friendly. The Castelo Branco district makes me want to stay for much longer. From Castelo Branco, with a car, we were easy to access other areas of Portugal in the central Portuguese area. Get out and explore the small towns. It will be worth your time for sure.
LIKE: One street has some big, beautiful shade trees and a couple of colonial style houses remain in place -- perhaps not for long, as they are sure to be replaced by monstrous high-rise apartment buildings, which appears to be the face of most towns and cities in modern Portugal. DISLIKE: Everything else. Did not find people as friendly as in the north of the country -- specifically Porto. Workers in the railway ticket office were especially rude, making it quite clear that they did not want to be bothered with some foreigner making enquiries about train destinations. Eating in CB is NOT easy; only on the 3rd day of the visit were we able to locate a "proper" restaurant (Kalifa) that served meals. The other days we had to satisfy our hunger with sandwiches in one of the myriad cafes. In one such cafe, we were charged EUR6 for a hamburger: one patty, cheese, lettuce and tomato no onion, no condiments + fries. Shocking!! Personally, I detested the place and never want to return.
Located on a vast plain that bakes in summer, Castelo Branco is rich in history and has made quite an effort to create cultural attractions such as museums. Sadly, they are badly curated and the interpretation of exhibits typically has text only in Portuguese and with text so tiny nobody can read it. They have treasures, but no idea how to present them, or promote them to foreign tourists. The city itself is easy to navigate with sat nav, and full of nice restaurants and cafes, but the old town around the castle features narrow, winding medieval lanes that try a driver to the limit. Signage is, as usual in Portugal, pretty poor.
Pretty central, rural yet a busy town. Try the bestest restaurant at affordable prices with the coolest ever staff, making it a worth a visit to Castelo Branco just for the restaurant together with a stay at the esplanada is: A Seara. Av Carapalha, lote 83-3.Esq. 6000-320
On a whole this place is ideally situated. Super friendly staff. They helped me with my Portugese and I with their English. My concerns (if any) were met with respect and promptly dealt with.