Dom Fernando Hotel
Evora, Alentejo, Portugal
“ Excellent, booked for 2 nights and extented our stay.8.8 Excellent
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“ Easy to find...polite staff with various languages spoken....clean bright and very good value for money. On our arrival the room was warm and inviting..heating had been switched on and was so nice after a long day driving ( 10 hours )10.0 Spectacular
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This hotel is strategically located on one of Évora's main arteries, only a 5 minutes walk from the historical town centre. The city is classified as World Heritage by UNESCO, and is a connection hub with Spain, Lisbon and Southern Portugal. A selection of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and bars are to be found in the vicinity, and public transportation links are within walking distance.
- 24 Hour Reception
- Meeting Room
- Room Service
Property characteristics of Dom Fernando Hotel
- Suites - 2
- Total number of rooms - 103
- Number of floors (main building) - 3
- Year of construction - 1993
- Double rooms - 101
Local amenities & attractions close to Dom Fernando Hotel
- City centre m
- Nearest Bus / Metro Stop m
Our customer reviews
Philip from Halifax
“ Excellent, booked for 2 nights and extented our stay.
David from Bolton
“ Accom. very good. Excellent value, service etc. could not be bettered.
Michael from Enniskillen
“ Helpful receptionist, clean hotel, good breakfast. The retaurant was average,tour reps used it as an easy base to make loud lengthy speeches to their charges. Car parking is a bit off road opposite the hotel. Enjoyed our stay.
“ Top Tip: Good base to explore the sites in Evora yet easy t.o get back to main road
Bernardo from Glasgow
“ Great hotel for a good price!
Carol from New Milton
“ Good hotel with good sized comfortable room with balcony,just outside the old town walls but easily walkable distances to all major historical sites. Large swimming pool in central garden area. Good breakfast. Wi-fi available but not free.
“ Top Tip: Most restaurants in Evora serve traditional portuguese meat or fish dishes - not veggie friendly (which applies to all of Portugal). Not all the restaurants were even open in the evening. However, Evora did have a pizza restaurant which did a good veggie pizza and salad.