At the verge of the twentieth century, end of belle époque, a palace is born in the heart of Oporto, built by the best craftsmen of the time.
DSC01303Located at the top of Rua de Santa Catarina, in a wooded park with plantains and century-old palm trees, the Castelo Santa Catarina, classified as a building of patrimonial interest, recalls the art of living of the great mansions, with elegant rooms furnished in the style of the season that provide comfort and wellbeing with unique details of Portuguese tiles, paneling and doors with carved details, paintings and noble finishes.
Fully rethought and inserted into the itinerary of the Porto romantic locations, Castelo Santa Catarina, offers 25 rooms divided into two distinct wings:
- 11 rooms
- Comendador Hall
- Renaissance Hall
- Luís XV Hall
- 14 rooms
- Santa Catarina Hall
- In the midst of the Mediterranean gardens lies a chapel in honor of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, Queen and Patron of Portugal.