Coimbra is a historic city in Central Portugal, which serves as the regional capital and, with almost 150 000 inhabitants, is the largest municipality there and one of Portugal's four largest metropolises. An important urban and administrative centre since the birth of the Portuguese nation, the city has amassed vast cultural and architectural heritage and is the seat of one of world's oldest universities with a UNESCO-listed campus.
A former palace owned by the Almadas Family, was built in the 16th century. For several years it received members of the European nobility. In the first half of 19th century, the palace was transformed in an hotel inn, later on it was an orphanage to poor children and finally an asylum homeless elderly people.
Residencial Gouveia is located in the heart of downtown Coimbra. It is an excellent compromise between comfortable and affordable / economical price. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning (optional) and allows you to make reservations at the official site. It does not include meals.
Hostel with lockers, free Internet, no curfew. Dorms €18 and double rooms 20 per person per night. It's a big house with a big garden and a nice and friendly atmosphere! There is a spacious living room, a well-equipped kitchen and a terrace for the guests to use.
O Hotel Comfort Inn Almedina Coimbra is located at Coimbra city center. Free access to Wi-Fi and Internet. Nearby train stations and bus stops. Transportation to all the city 50 meters from the hotel. Parking facilities.
Small but tasty dishes, rich in flavour mainly because they use local products, good vegetarian even vegan choice, nice selection of Portuguese wines, surprising(ly good) desserts.
Organic vegan food. Location isn't great tucked away at the back of the 2nd floor of a slightly run-down shopping centre, but the food and the staff totally make up for it.
Located near the train station. Recently renewed. Excellent location, has good rooms with AC/good heating during the colder months. Very friendly staff. Superb kitchen.
Great location near transportations and all main attractions. Good alternative to hotels or hostels with a good quality-price ratio.
Near the train station and all main attractions. It has recently been renewed, the staff are helpful and the view is nice.
The best and most expensive hotel in Coimbra. The hotel itself is a historical site.
On the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2013 - the famous old library shuts at 7PM.
The country's first boutique hotel. Located in Serra da Lousã.
It's a modern looking hotel with amazing features.