Miss’Opo Guest House in Porto, Portugal, likes to think of itself as a home, a happy home where creativity and an interactive community are encouraged through design. The setup includes six guest studios, plus a restaurant and bar that have played host to many a cultural activity, from exhibitions to performances.
Set in an overhauled historic building that’s been given a midcentury-industrial vibe, the hotel is well situated near the main square of the city, which itself is having a moment: The New York Times recently dubbed Porto “the Portland of Portugal” and singled out Miss’Opo as the local creatives’ clubhouse.
Above: The wine menu is written on the wall with chalk. Photograph via Miss’Opo.
Above: A midcentury sofa stands against a shimmering partition. Photograph via CostaSur.
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This post is an update; it originally ran on November 1, 2012, as part of our Miss Havisham issue.