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Well situated in Coimbra, Sapientia Boutique Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, a bar and a terrace. Great room, very spacious, excellent facilities including wonderful breakfast and very helpful staff. The outside terrace is lovely. Location is perfect, just behind the university.
This recently renovated 5-star hotel is situated in a historic medieval palace. It features botanical gardens and a state-of-the-art spa with views across Coimbra. When I had a problem with the linen on the bed the staff immediately arranged for my linen to be washed separately. They were very concerned about my comfort and did everything the could to make sure I had everything I might want. The service was personalised and we were made to feel special.
Set in Coimbra, 3.6 km from Santa Clara a Velha Monastery, Hotel Ibn-Arrik offers accommodation with a fitness centre, private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. The location is very near to the Botanic Garden and University. Very quiet area, with several pubs around. 15 min walking from the center
Hotel Botanico de Coimbra is located in Coimbra, just 200 metres from Coimbra University and its Botanical Gardens. The unit is a 10-minute walk from the city’s historical centre and República Square.... Friendly staff , nice breakfast and good location
Located along the picturesque Mondego River, the family-run Vitória offers modern, air-conditioned accommodation in the heart of historical Coimbra. Great location, in the city Centre, but no noise from the people outside. Very friendly staff. It's an elderly couple who runs the hotel, they speak French. The receptionist speaks English. Very clean rooms, with air conditioner. Good king-size bed, good shower and good wifi. Parking of the car is possible in the nearby Parking garage for a small amount. You can unload your luggage in front of the hotel. Breakfast was very good. Fresh fruit, fresh bread, home made cookies etc.
Oslo is a family-run hotel situated 50 meters from the station with views over the city and its historical University. It offers recently renovated rooms with free Wi-Fi. Location is superb, breakfast delicious and terrace overlooking the city is stunning.
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Hotel Bragança offers a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi, just opposite the Coimbra-A Train Station. The Portugal dos Pequenitos theme park is a 10-minute walk away. The breakfast was up to standard.
Set in a historic building that counts as one of Coimbra’s architectural landmarks, Hotel Astória overlooks the Mondego River in the historic Baixa district. It offers rooms with classic décor. Perfect location, beautiful building and very accommodating staff.
Featuring free Wi-Fi, Hotel Alentejana is a charming guest house in the heart of historic Coimbra. A 10-minute walk from part of Coimbra University, it provides modern bathrooms. Great location for exploring Coimbra. Very clean, easy to locate, check in and out quite easy.
The Stay Hotel Coimbra Centro is situated in the heart of Coimbra city centre, at a short walk from the Mondego River and 300 metres from the Coimbra Train Station. Very close to the city center, very kind staff, comfortable room.
Hotel Dona Inês Coimbra is located within a 10-minute walk of the Coimbra centre and Coimbra Train Station. It features a business centre, tennis court, outdoor pool and car rental facilities. Pequeno almoço normal mas suficiente. Staff atencioso.
This modern 4-star hotel is located near the Mondego River in historic Coimbra. Its modern rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite and paid movie channels. The rooms were huge and the entire hotel was updated, clean, and convenient.
With a façade featuring wall tiles and an ornate door, Hotel Jardim is a historic building dating back to 1902. We enjoyed returning to Coimbra and exploring around the university area.
Hotel Domus offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk, just 80 metres from Coimbra-A Railway Station. It takes a 10-minute walk to the Old Cathedral of Coimbra. Nostalgic atmosphere that brought us back in time.
On average, it costs £72 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Coimbra for tonight. You'll pay on average around £92 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Coimbra will cost around £150 (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Coimbra cost £65 per night, and 4-star hotels in Coimbra are £61 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Coimbra can on average be found for £138 per night (based on Booking.com prices).
Boring, really, utterly boring. No point to stay there. The city is more a giant university dorm with no flair. Stay somewhere else if you want to visit the university museum. Otherwise, so much more interesting places in Portugal to visit.
Was only there for 2 nights and arrived late 1st night Ended up visiting the monastery and cathedral that has crypt of Queen Isobel. We thoroughly enjoyed it, took our time and I tried to imagine the life of someone living there( my little idiosyncrasies). Take time to smell the pink roses, amazing. Shame public can't tour upstairs and we missed the choir section as it wasn't the weekend. Drove around the town, would like longer next time to explore more.
Do not travel to Coimbra in early May. This is the celebratory time for the University students and probably the worst time to visit as a traveller. On our arrival on the Sunday we were unable to park at our accommodation and were further confronted by a huge drunken parade of students just down the road from our apartment. The second night of our stay we were awoken at midnight by partying students yelling and whistling as they paraded around the streets for a couple of hours. The university has some wonderful sites and we had great meals at Dux Taberna, but I would actually recommend staying away from Coimbra and travelling in to visit the sights. Unfortunately the city itself is dirty and uninviting and we will not be recommending it to friends.
Having traveled with kids the highlight definitely was Portugal dos Pequenitos - miniature architecture of Portuguese houses and monuments. The entire city is however the city of universities with a rich history and lots to see and explore (especially impressive was Baroque gallery). Didn`t have enough time to explore Science museum.
A medieval town that has tried to preserve much of its heritage. Narrow cobblestone streets run in every direction. Numerous UNESCO buildings. The university and it's library are magnificent. Numerous old churches and monasteries with great beauty and opulence. Remaining references to the Romans, Moors and present Christian culture. Even with all the history, there is a modern vibe with bakeries, cafe's, pubs and restaurants. University population makes up about 1/5 of the entire populace and contributes greatly to the city's attempt to maintain a 21st century environment from a 12th century base....works pretty well and the people are great. I was surprised but also grateful for the amount of English that is spoken as the natives try to put the tourists at ease.
Coimbra is a city of students and universities, there is nothing else apart from that. The city seems falling apart, many old houses/buildings are closed, sealed off or uninhabitable. I expected a different city, stopped by for one night only on my way to Porto, I would rather spent one more day in another city than there. A bit disappointed.
9.3 Superb 325 reviews
Me and my girlfriend have been living in Lisbon for a year and we wanted to change our perspective on Portugal and we loved our stay in Coimbra! It is a lovely cute city but more than anything Quebra Luz gave us exactly what we wanted! A clean, cozy, perfectly located place!! The ratio price quality is outstanding but the cherry on top of the cake is Filipa, the manager of the guesthouse!! She is simply great and she explained so much about the portuguese culture! We would highly reccomend the place to everybody!!!
9.5 Exceptional 1,274 reviews
The room was lovely, modern, clean and extremely well equipped. The location was wonderful—close to shops, old town, restaurants and a nice walk to the amazing university. I can’t say enough good things about our host, Bruno. He was quick to respond to every need, and even gave us a ride to the train station when we left. This was the best lodging value of our entire three-week trip to Portugal. Coimbra also has a very nice feel. You will not be sorry if you choose Sofia Residences.
9.4 Superb 493 reviews
Everything! Beautiful corner suite Bright and cheerful. Windows opened to a small terrace with a view of people below. Just below the university, it is perfectly located. A generous breakfast. I had to leave early and Ana invited me to make a sandwich, as I would miss breakfast. Very cool bathroom with tub & shower. If you come to Coimbra, you will love staying here. At 22 euros / night in October, it was a great find. My favorite pension in Portugal!
9.4 Superb 266 reviews
This is beautiful authentic guest house close to the university district. Recently opened and fabulously restored retaining many of the original features but with 21st-century facilities. Our room was large and spacious with all the facilities expected in high-class hotel . Elizabeth was superb in her assistance with a great recommendation for a restaurant . Our best meal in Portugal so far . Would not look to stay anywhere else
9.0 Superb 1,511 reviews
We had the best progressive meal of our lives. I don’t understand how Michelin gives its stars, but this hotel restaurant deserves at least 2. The meal we had was better than the 3 Michelin star meal at The Jules Verne Eiffel Tower restaurant. Lovely grounds, although they could do with a fair bit of grooming. Walking to and from Coimbra was excellent. The riverside is beautiful.
9.5 Exceptional 1,250 reviews
Everything was just perfect! The room is beautiful, unique and special, very clean and comfortable. The staff was the nicest in Portugal! She was very helpful, kind and welcoming. The location is also very good, just 5 minutes from the old city (need to cross the bridge and you are there). We will definitely book again!
8.5 Very good 128 reviews
The house is magnificient, a villa from the 19th century. The host and her son are lovely. We enjoyed the hospitality and got great tips gor visiting the town. And the breakfast was the best during our whole Portugal trip.
9.4 Superb 471 reviews
Is my best in Portugal! Quick check in！The room is clean and beautiful! Breakfast bread is very tasty, the refrigerator have eggs, milk, juice, yogurt, coffee! Very generous and considerate! 100% recommended to live here!
9.3 Superb 1,031 reviews
Room above expectations! Extremely cute. Spacious, clean and looked like brand new. The hotel was a delight. We stayed only one night but loved it. Highly recommend! We travelled with our 2 sons.
8.3 Very good 1,446 reviews
The front desk clerk was excellent, very professional and helpful. We were only in Coimbra one night, and he gave us great directions on how to see the most of the City in such a short time.
9.0 Superb 1,423 reviews
Grear place and location. Super nice staff. Clean and comfortable rooms. The breakfast was one of the best iv'e had in Portugal! The house is beautiful and tastefully designed.
8.1 Very good 1,171 reviews
If you rent a car, the office is just next to the hotel. With it you can travel Portugal and leave car in another city. The location of hotel and renovated rooms are super!
7.8 Good 1,692 reviews
Fantastic location, 5 star staff, old world charm. Basically like taking a trip back in time. We’re very glad we stayed at this Grand old hotel.
8.6 Fabulous 1,670 reviews
The Location, it was really close to Portugal dos Pequeninos and if want to go to the city centre you only need to cross the bridge!!!
7.4 Good 1,459 reviews
Excellent value for the price, this sweet guest house is one of the best accommodations we have had in our Portugal experience.
8.2 Very good 1,082 reviews
Everything! The terrace is amazing to chill and the location is perfect. Best place during my trip to Portugal so far!
9.2 Superb 2,967 reviews
Great rooms, good location and best breakfast in Portugal! Staff very helpful! Loved our stay.
8.8 Fabulous 2,392 reviews
Great location. Room was spacious. Bathroom was roomy by comparison to other Portugal hotels
9.4 Superb 938 reviews
Everything! Highly recommend this hotel!
8.5 Very good 2,363 reviews
Pequeno almoço normal mas suficiente. Staff atencioso.