Suite Royal Leonardo da Vinci
Suite Royal Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci


{April 15, 1452 (Anchiano, Italy) – May 2, 1519 (Amboise, France)}

In our Torel Avantgarde, a hotel in the center of Porto, we pay homage to Leonardo Da Vinci with one of the best suites you can find in the city.

If you are looking for a room with a balcony, views of the Douro and a jacuzzi, in our award-winning boutique hotel Torel Avantgarde we have something even better: we present the Royal Leonardo Da Vinci Suiteone of the most sought-after suites by lovers of Renaissance Art .

In this tribute to the artist, we refer to his best-known work: Mona Lisa.

Bearing in mind that Mona Lisa was a simple country woman, we chose to adopt a rustic and minimalist material, contrasting with the marble bedside tables, which, on the contrary, represent the wealth and luxury associated with this work.

The dark tones of this hotel room in Porto represent the absence of light, since, at the time, there were only candle lights.

The color green refers to nature, the starting point of all his inventions.

Our suite dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci has the possibility of choosing between a twin bed, balcony, outdoor jacuzzi and views of the Douro River.

Double or twin bed
Connecting room with Executive Deluxe Marcel Duchamp room
View of the Douro River
Mini bar
Nespresso Coffee Machine
Air conditioning
Occupancy: up to three people
Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay




Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci was an Italian Renaissance Polynesian.

Despite being a multifaceted artist with diverse areas of interest, it was invention, painting, sculpture, and literature that made Leonardo Da Vinci one of the most emblematic artists in the history of mankind.

Historians recognize Leonardo as the prime example of the "Universal Genius" or "Renaissance Man". According to them, an individual of "a feverishly inventive imagination".

Some of his main works:

Mona Lisa;
The last supper;
Vitruvian Man.

Artistic currents: High Renaissance; Rebirth.

“He who thinks little, errs much.” – Leonardo da Vinci

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