Torel Palace PortoTorel Palace Porto


Your five star Boutique Palace.

Torel Palace Porto is an elegant new boutique five star-hotel in the heart of Porto with 24 rooms and Suites that opened in February 2020. 

This new project by Torel Boutiques is housed in one of the most stunning historic palaces in Porto, the Palacete Campos Navarro. The Palace, dating back to 1861, and typical of those of the bourgeoisie at the time, is one of the most impressive and distinguished examples of the romantic architecture period in Porto. A highlight is the exceptionally stunning skylight (“Claraboia”).

Torel Palace Porto is a Writer´s Palace - its concept is to honor Portuguese writers and poets, among them Eça de Queiroz, Florbela Espanca and, of course, perhaps the best-known Portuguese writer, Fernando Pessoa.


Honoring the most iconic Portuguese writers and poets

The work of another exceptional writer, José Saramago, is celebrated in our gastronomic space Blind. “Blind” refers to one of Saramago´s most well-known novels, City Of The Blind. Located on the ground floor of the palace, the concept of Blind is to live the experiences of all five senses created by Blind´s Master Vitor Matos.

In our Wellness Suite you can enjoy massages and treatments with exquisite products.

Our outdoor space with a pool offers the perfect place in the heart of the city to relax after a long day while sipping one of our signature cocktails.

Our Design Concept

The interior design was handed to Isabel Sá Nogueira, who has already worked on some of the group’s other hotels, including Torel Palace Lisbon and the common areas at Torel Avantgarde. At Torel Palace Porto, the basic challenge was how to combine the building’s characteristics and its classical style with the comfort and convenience of contemporary decoration. The common areas were designed to respect the mansion’s history and age to create a modern space. The architectural structure was maintained and most of the changes introduced were in the form of furniture, colours and lighting, with the aim of emphasising the mansion’s beauty and of restoring its former splendour - as can be seen in the lobby, the central staircase and the skylight, undoubtedly its standout feature.

In the rooms, the decor includes portraits of the writers they are named after, painted by Jorge Curval. But the most surprising element, and one that breaks with everything else, are the giant cubes, covered entirely with mirrors, planted in the middle of some of the rooms. They look like an art installation, creating a game of reflected images that can confuse the more distracted, but have a special purpose: the bathrooms, decorated with all kinds of colours of marble.

Welcome to Torel Palace Porto