Best hotels and hostels in Aveiro

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    Aveiro Rossio Hostel

    One of a trio of solid Rossio accommodation options, this hostel has an inclusive laid-back vibe and stylish, colourful decor, with family heirlooms, recycled furniture and scavenged objects. Dorm rooms, all mixed, come with individual reading lamps, and there are a couple of air-con rooms under the eaves with beds rather than bunks.

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    Aveiro Rossio Bed & Breakfast

    More a boutique guesthouse than a traditional B&B, this cracking place has got the lot: a convenient central location, welcoming staff and nine modern guestrooms. Sunlight pours into the pristine white rooms equipped with speakers to which you can connect your smartphone. There's also an attractive open-plan kitchen and lounge area.

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    Hotel das Salinas

    Seemingly larger inside than out, this hotel is a stylish bolthole. Long corridors, floored with mosaic tiles and lined with poems and paintings, lead to modern, minimalist-white rooms and nine studio apartments furnished with kitchenettes and plasma TVs. A good breakfast is served in the pleasant indoor-outdoor patio.

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    Aveiro Rossio Lodge

    An upmarket annex of the nearby Aveiro Rossio Hostel, this coolly renovated yellow house has compact but stylish rooms, created with an eye for colour and design. Its location is a further plus: in a quiet street but within easy walking distance of the centre. The hitch? Tiny bathrooms, and breakfast isn't included. Check-in and admin is done at the hostel.

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    Hotel Meliã Ria

    Some way back from the action, this large four-star sits at the eastern end of the main canal. Its cubelike exterior is shrouded in brise-soleil (sun-shading cladding), while inside it’s all contemporary lines and business-friendly services. Check online for specials.

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    Tricana de Aveiro

    A good budget choice, this handsome art nouveau guesthouse is opposite the old train station, about a 15-minute walk from the centre. The owners, who also run the ground-floor pastelaria (pastry and cake shop), have fixed up the bright, high-ceilinged rooms simply but tastefully. No credit cards and no English spoken.

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    Aveiro Palace Hotel

    Aveiro's most central hotel, and one of its smartest, overlooks the canal in the heart of town. Its four-star rooms, the best of which have ria (canal) views, are comfortable and soberly-decorated. There's a pretty 1st-floor lounge, and you can leave your car for only €6 a day in the nearby underground parking.

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    Hotel Aveiro Center

    This small hotel is a short stroll from the heart of town and has a quiet backstreet location. Rooms, in the main hotel and nearby annex, are smartly furnished with polished wood floors and modern functional furniture, and there's a bar and small outdoor patio. The English-speaking staff are helpful.

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    Hotel Moliceiro

    A prime canal-side location combines with attentive service, polished public areas and bright carpeted rooms at this elegant central set-up. Higher-grade rooms add views over the park and canal, as well as zippier decor.