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Convenient to the centre of town, the metro and fabulous breakfast. The architectural details and charm in every room are impressive. Highly recommend a stay. I must admit to being a bit nervous when I first arrived and our room door was positioned on the...More
It was like walking into a castle. The grounds were beautiful and the tile work on the older buildings was exquisite. We stayed two nights in one of the modern buildings in this lovely old hotel which had everything we needed. A delicious breakfast was...More
We had difficulty finding the hotel and so did our GPS but we finally arrived and were "greeted" by a sullen man at reception. He informed us that our room was on the third floor and no lift. We are 77 and 88 years and...More
If you have ever watched a hammer horror film with a creaking door and that is if you can get in in the first place really disappointed creepy and a building site - furious will book else where in the morning 😡More
Thank Andy F
Response from Castelo S, Gestor de Relações Públicas at Castelo de Santa CatarinaResponded 26 March 2018
It is unfortunate to read such comments.
We are currently doing a general painting on the exterior of the castle.We are not making any kind of noise.
It is sad to read from the customer this type of commentary in which they compare us to...More
We were in the garden rooms as we didn't want to climb stairs. All for the best, as the main building was still under renovation. The rooms were immaculate, beds comfortable, shower great. Plenty of space both to sit and to store clothes. The staff...More
Thank Donald R
Response from Castelo S, Rececionista at Castelo de Santa CatarinaResponded 14 March 2018
We have registered and taken in consideration your positive review regarding our establishment. We are very glad and proud to see all the effort that Castelo Santa Catarina’s staff has put together being appreciated. It serves, indeed, as an encouragement to keep improving...More
You don't need a car in Porto, so it's better to take a cab or transit from the airport to the hotel. We did have a car and our GPS got us there easily from the highway, but we parked the car and didn't move it for the five... More
You don't need a car in Porto, so it's better to take a cab or transit from the airport to the hotel. We did have a car and our GPS got us there easily from the highway, but we parked the car and didn't move it for the five days we were in Porto. I don't think we paid for parking, but I think it might be 10 euros a day. It's easy to take trains to places nearby if you want to visit Braga, etc. If you do park the car at the hotel, security is on all night. There had been a car break-in the week before we were there. We loved our stay at Hotel Santa Carolina.