Best Western Hotel Inca4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Very friendly front desk staff, our room was on the 6th floor with windows on both sides of the hotel. Lovely views. No problem finding the hotel from the metro. Fairly straightforward. There is an outdoor parking lot right in front, €15/day. Breakfast was interesting, a lot of choices. My first BW that sets the tables for the buffet. The lady who is working down there (possibly the manager) never smiles, felt a bit strange. Overall it was still one of the better BW buffet breakfasts I've had.
This is a small 60 plus Hotel, There is a small lounge and buffet- style breakfast room. The breakfast offerings should cater for most people: fruit juices, cereals, continental- style pastries and meats etc. The Hotel does not have a restaurant, so guests have to find somewhere else to eat for other meals. There are plentry of these within a short walk, so this is no hardship. The Hotel is situated in a somewhat bohemian area favoured by students and arty people. There are hostels, shops and cafes catering for this kind of clientel nearby. The centre of town is within reasonable walking distance. It is all downhill, leading down to the river, so coming back is a bit more difficult. Taxis are about 6 Euros from the centre. Porto is an interesting city, much more attractive and varied than might be thought, with attractive riverside and beach areas as well as good shopping. It is not totally overwhelmed by tourists, although there are plenty of these.
Arriving in Porto by train from the airport we had great difficulty at first in finding this hotel and had to get the help of a young couple to point us in the right direction. Once found the hotel is actually in a good location about 5 minutes walk from the city centre. The room was clean and tidy, comfortable bed and plenty of room for two people. The maid came in everyday and tidied and cleaned the room and bathroom. Staff were friendly and the buffet breakfast was very good with plenty of choices both hot and cold. Our room overlooked a carpark but the street outside was fairly quiet at night so no great problems. Would stay again.
I rent for 6 nights and that was great. Service was correct, the room quiet good but noisy. Especially when the room besides takes a shower at 1:00am. You can hear the loud and screeching noise the water pipes produced. I was in a room facing the street and that was noisy too. Except these, I've had a good experience: the breakfast was good with various things to eat. The location is quiet central, close to everything.
Location is good. Rooms are clean but service is not good! There was no warmth whatsoever in the service except one barman who was truly smiling. Every time we talked to the front office & F&B staff, we had the feeling to "disturb/annoy" them. Ever time I was greeting/greeted by housekeeper however she was so lovely.
Stayed for 3 nights Great location with virtually everything being walkable. From the airport it's just as easy to get off at Trindade rather than Aliados, and it saves changing lines Staff were friendly and helpful - they let us have our room at 12:30 pm which was a massive help Reception and bar area were small but suitably furnished. The bar was relatively cheap We were on a room on the 2nd floor...what can I say? Very, very dated. It reminded me of my bedroom when I was a small child...in the late 60s/early 70s. On saying that, it was in a good state of repair and perfectly adequate. It didn't have the expected scuffs which you tend to get with dated rooms. It was clean and the beds were comfortable. Air-conditioning was fine. Flatscreen tv. Looks like the 1st floor has had a recent refurb btw Breakfast was ok rather than good, with the cooked choice being really quite limited However, for the price, I'd say it was good value
hotel is situated perfectly Rooms slightly dated Staff is very friendly-in particular the 2 receptionists -Armanda (?) and a young man. Breakfast was fresh and nice We booked 2 nights and returned there after a holiday in vila real
Only positive is the location; in the middle of the city centre. Think part of the hotel rooms are updated, but most of them are old fashioned, dirty and just not suitable for 2017 anymore. Parking possibilities are OK and private, do not expect too much from breakfast.
Everything about this place was average except the service. Service was great. Room was clean and not uncomfortable. Everything was small. You are a bit away from things but it was still walkable. Parking was close by
Hotel Inca suited us perfectly. It is conveniently placed in a quiet square, but note that it is an uphill walk from other parts of the city, including the short distance from Trindade metro station. The staff speak English and were pleasant and helpful at all times. The rooms were spotless and supplied with tea-making facilities. There was a wide choice at breakfast, including local specialities which varied from day to day. We would not hesitate to stay there again.
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61% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 563 reviews