Porto, Portugal

Cocorico

Rates per night from$104.49

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR94.34), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

French kiss

Setting

Steps from São Bento

A love affair between French and Portuguese culture, Cocorico hotel in Porto fuses the best of both countries, incorporating art, food and design elements into one unique and historic setting. Each airy room of the converted townhouse is named for a French-Portuguese couple, and all are uniquely designed with local crafts, beautiful tilework and sumptuously grand bathrooms. Downstairs, the terrace is ideal for leisurely breakfasts or afternoon port cocktails. The restaurant is locally beloved for its brasserie-inspired French food paired with the best local wines, proving that the Franco-Portuguese union is all in good taste.  

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Facilities

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Need to know

Rooms

10 suites.

Check–Out

Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Rates

Double rooms from $104.49 (€94), excluding tax at 6 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €2.00 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates include Continental breakfast, a spread of pastries, eggs, cereals, jams, juices and coffee.

Also

Nab souvenirs from the lobby, where the staff curate a selection of local crafts.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout. In rooms: Flatscreen TV, air-conditioning, free bottled water, coffee-maker, Echo bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Each suite is uniquely decorated and named for famous Portuguese-French couples. We’re particular fans of the Deluxe rooms, each of which have a balcony overlooking either the historic city buildings or the hotel’s terrace.

Packing tips

Bring a wine key to facilitate impromptu picnics featuring Porto’s legendary bottles.

Also

The hotel isn’t wheelchair accessible.

Children

Welcome, though there are no special amenities for little ones beyond high chairs and baby cots. The Prestige room is ideal for families, with a bunk bed.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

On beautiful evenings, head to the patio. Otherwise, request a cosy booth.

Dress Code

Embrace the casual-cool French vibes with linen and breezy dresses.

Hotel restaurant

Parisian chef Flora Mikula prepares a selection of dishes, that nod to both cuisines, with dishes like grilled duck with port sauce, and French charcuteries, all best paired with Portuguese and French wines.

Hotel bar

Set within the restaurant, the bar has a tapas menu and drinks that include Douro wines and a spritz using white port instead of Aperol.

Last orders

Breakfast is served from 7am to 11am, lunch from 12.30pm to 3pm and dinner from 7.30pm until 10.30pm.

Room service

Breakfast items can be delivered to the room, by special request.

Location

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Address
Cocorico
R. do Duque de Loulé nº 97 175
Porto
4000-325
Portugal

Cocorico is near the centre of Porto, near the Douro River and Batalha Square.

Planes

Porto Airport is 13 kilometres away. There are direct flights from London and cities throughout Europe on British Airways and Tap Portugal, and from London Stansted and Liverpool with Ryanair. Contact Smith24 for travel and transfer arrangements.

Trains

The beautiful, historic São Bento Station – known for its 20,000 azulejo tiles – is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, with regional connections and a metro station; it also connects to Campanhã, the main Porto depot for train service to Lisbon (approximately three hours) and into Spain.

Automobiles

If you’re planning to drive, let the hotel know well in advance: there’s only one private parking space nearby for €10 a night, and it must be reserved.

Worth getting out of bed for

Stroll the banks of the Douro River, then cross it via the Dom Luís I Bridge, a soaring two-level metal expanse designed by a protege of Gustave Eiffel – a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The top level is closed off to cars and ideal for capturing views of the city. On the other side, in Vila Nova de Gaia, await several port caves that host tours and tastings. Wander along and choose any that look welcoming, but Ferreira and Taylor have especially rich histories, and the more contemporary Espaço Porto Cruz has a fantastic rooftop terrace with panoramic river views. To sample the wines in a more natural setting, arrange a trip into the Douro Valley, which is home to the port vineyards. Not feeling thirsty? On a hill above town, the Crystal Palace Gardens have beautifully curated garden paths and fountains, with sweeping river views. Stock up on reading materials at the wonderfully gothic Livraria Lello, with towering stacks of books and stained-glass windows. Catch a concert at the Casa da Música, designed to celebrate Porto's 2001 designation as European Capital of Culture. Designed by Rem Koolhaas, the stark marble polygon is the home of the National Orchestra of Porto and was designed to maximise acoustics.

Local restaurants

Set in a historic pharmacy, Traça specialises in meaty Portuguese dishes like rolled breaded pork with prosciutto, venison carpaccio and stewed pigs’ feet. Hidden away in a cave-like setting near the hotel, Ode prepares traditional Portuguese dishes with local ingredients to pair with its exceptional wines. Dried, salted cod is a local classic known around the world. If cravings strike, head for a place where it’s the name of the game. With a riverfront balcony, Bacalhau prepares exceptional fish, including its namesake bacalao (salted codfish).

Local bars

There are plenty of sultry, dimly lit wine bars around town, with exceptional selections of vinho verde and port. For a change from the norm, head to Base, a garden-set bar by Torre dos Clérigos, with icy cocktails, sangria, cider and wines.

Reviews

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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this city hotel in the Douro Valley and unpacked their port and tiles, a full account of their wine-region break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Cocorico in Porto…

Tucked away in a converted townhouse near the glorious beaux-arts São Bento railway station and the sweeping arched-metal Luís I Bridge, Cocorico is a design-lover’s dream. Created as a love letter to both France and Portugal, the hotel has 10 rooms, each named for French-Portuguese couples throughout history and all uniquely designed. The rooms are bright and airy, with soaring ceilings, bold textiles and oversized tiled bathrooms. Street-facing rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, and some have balconies overlooking historic Porto; back rooms face the tranquil terrace. Downstairs, the brasserie-style restaurant fuses both cultures in a lively setting, with bistro chairs, plush banquettes and a primarily French menu crafted to pair with local wines from the Douro Valley for the ultimate French-Portuguese fusion.

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