Flattered are holiday apartments in the exclusive Foz do Douro neighbourhood of Porto, overlooking the nearby beach and ocean just 50 meters away.
How would you describe Miss’Opo in a nutshell?
Miss’Opo is a small guesthouse with 6 beautiful holiday apartments available for rent in the center of Porto. It is place where we want our guests to become friends – that’s the spirit of the guesthouse. It has a curious architecture of basic cement and antiques, it’s a mix between a very new space and beautiful old things, a place dedicated to welcoming people interested in cultural tourism.
What was the inspiration to create Miss’Opo?
The two owners, Ana and Paula, already had experience having holiday guests stay in their own house in the past. They really enjoyed welcoming people to their home, so they both decided to leave their old jobs and create Miss’Opo.
How would you describe the atmosphere at Miss’Opo?
Miss’Opo is relaxed and friendly. People love the mix of the traditional with the modern and find it beautiful. The intention wasn’t to create a contemporary space, Ana and Paula just wanted to create a beautiful and friendly guesthouse to welcome their guests. And a lot of them have become friends over time.
Miss’Opo is not like other spaces. If you like culture, fashion and interior design, it’s an intriguing place to be. So if you’re into cultural tourism, you will enjoy it. But if you are looking for a standard hotel with all its services, you better stay somewhere else.
It’s also important to mention is that since we are right in the center of the city and with the bar downstairs, it’s not the most silent place – it’s a place full of life.
Since you started working at Miss Opo, what has been the biggest reward?
Definitely the guests! Sometimes there are guests who I would really love to know better. I am a people’s person, so the most rewarding thing for me are the guests. Sometimes they enjoy staying with us so much or eating at the bar that they make little surprises for us. That’s really rewarding!